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We talk about a hoilday that has many connections to America.. The 4th Of July...Food,Fireworks and Traditions all
make this day to remember..On our show we share food ideas for all..Have you ever made your own ketchup before..
Travel with us to Colonial Williamsburg Virginia..throu the history books..
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We at Flavor Living Radio would like to introduce from the UK.
Yes, Scoff & Quaff is a real culinary celebration, with guests eager to share information about their produce, recipes, restaurants and food shops. In each informative programme, Jules discusses the latest food news – cooking & recipe tips from the finest local producers and catering services in our area, taking your calls and enquiries along the way.
This fun and friendly show will have you salivating as the guests and presenters sample and discuss food and drink at its very best, and will help you to make the most of every recipe you may want to try..
Sponsors this week @SCOFFQUAFF is Aylesford Farmers Market @AylesfordFmMrkt. Presented by Jules Serkin @JulesSerkin, and Dr John Sykes @Johnonebill
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The smell of fresh roasted hotdogs, smores or even fish while sitting around a campfire is a memory we never forget. Funny stories or even scary ones told to listening ears. Flavor Living Radio presents: Fireside Creations – a series on camping, cooking and tents.
We travel to Tennessee to a famous camp ground in an area called “The Great Smokey Mountains National Park” and speak with Dana Soehn as she shares with us the happenings of this historical vacation place.
So pack up your camping gear, prepare yourselves for an outdoor experience you are sure to want to have with family and friends. Leave a comment on your camping stories and recipe’s and you may be heard on our next episode of Fireside Creations.
Written by Author Shirley Wiggerman
Cassie Fuller - founder of A TOUCH OF FLAVOR talks about her upcoming annual event in Baltimore on July 4th.
Flavor Living Radio...Talks to Brazil..about culture, history and the World Cup Soccer.. We listen in to
Luis of Around SP, a Tour guide service from the city of Sao Paulo where the opening cermony took place..
There are 12 stadiums hosting Brazil's World Cup. from many regions from Rio de Janeiro to Salvador..
all areas have there unquie style of food dishes. To name a few of the popular must have's while traveling there
is Feijoada and Picanha... Turn in and hear the rest of the story...
Today on Flavor Living Radio we're talking with Ohio Guests Chef Annarya "Nonni" Casino and Christopher Yurick from Cleveland Crops both are major designers of this fascinating, helping project...Thats taken Ohio by storm.
Here's a little bit about our guest "Nonni" Casnio. Nonni served as Personal Chef and Residence Coordinator for Ohio Governor Richard Celeste in the mid-1980s she went on to opened and managed the first vegan/vegetarian coffee house (The Root Cafe) in the Cleveland area,..in 2010 she became the Farm Sales/Product Development Supervisor, for Cleveland Crops...
Our second guest Christopher Yurick.. has a 20 year career in vocational rehabilitation... Chris explored the concept of urban agriculture as an economic engine and helped establish Cleveland Crops to address high unemployment of people with developmental disabilities in the wake of the 2008 “Great Recession”.
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About Mood : "Neo Soul Flavor"
On days like these, when they're chilled or a little busy, I like to groove to some neo soul to keep me moving and grooving. Groove with me tonight.~
We are revved up for U.S. Independence Day with an official Flavor Night event in Miami, Florida this Friday, July 4th. We interview the resident DJ Mr.E alongside Sunday Best Season 5 Finalist Julian Awari.
Talk radio host managing editor of NEWD Magazine Tiffani Knowles and Crystal Dundas gab for an hour about trends, music, faith and much more. Every week we interview a super cool guest appealing to a faith-filled, urban twentysomething market.
Flavor living presents: Kid Wonder Chef Eliana.
With a title such as: ‘Kids Ambassador’ for the Southern Food and Beverage (SoFAB) Institute, the IFCO Youth Produce and known as one of the “Top 10 Most Famous Kid Critics and Cooks” in the world by The Daily Meal, we can’t wait to speak with her and give our audience a chance to meet this talented young lady.
Tune in to have your chance to listen with such an amazing young lady we are sure she can teach us much and make us smile.
Written By Author Shirley Wiggerman
Catch a set of headsets with a cool glass of whatever your flavor is or crack up your sound system to enjoy the explorations of Johnny Graham Carcker (Graham Cracker) Davis. 2 hours of super spike and the music blend that will take you all over the place. Artists like Karyn White, Prince, Marvin Gaye, jazz, r&b - a lot, and a LOT where you can park your eardrums to get the full enjoyment. 347-205-9366, wait! I hear something smooth and fusion about to go down!!!!!
Torrian Ferguson was born and raised in Miami, Florida. He got his first taste of cooking at Bethune Cookman College (now University) in his dorm room where he cooked pancakes and sausage for other students for money on the weekends. He is a graduate of Johnson and Wales University, a published author of fiction novels and has been in Essence, Ebony and Upscale Magazines. Ferguson also owned Black Literature Magazine but has sold his portion to the current owner. Currently, he is the Executive Chef at Embassy Suites Hotel in Greensboro, NC. Ferguson is editor-in-chief and started Modern Flavor Magazine to give up-and-coming chefs a place to shine and let the world know who they are. He also hopes to educate people that love culinary arts but are not classically trained.
Marcus Cuffee is a Chesapeake, Virginia native who was introduced to the kitchen by his grandmother. He opened his own catering company while in high school and met the love of his life. In 2004, with the influence of two mentors at Oscar Smith high school along with the CCAP program, Marcus landed in Hyde Park, New York looking to earn an associate’s degree at The Culinary Institute of America on a $80,000 scholarship. Following graduation in 2007, Cuffee began his career with Thompson Hospitality as Sous Chef and relaunched his catering company with his lifelong friend. Certain catering and Thompson Hospitality became a huge part of his life. After five years of working for Thompson in Norfolk VA, Marcus relocated to Raleigh, NC and received a promotion to Assistant Food Service Director. Here is where he and Torrian Ferguson met and became business partners and now friends. Cuffee has recently received another promotion withThompson to Regional Chef and helped launch Modern Flavor magazine as associate editor.
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