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Getting ready for a great show Monday evening - October 12th at 9pm
Please join us for a fun, entertaining and informative episode.
We welcome and love call ins... get ready with your stories, questions and comments.
Have a great Columbus Day weekend and to our Canadian listeners, we wish you a Happy Thanksgiving weekend!
Let us IGNITE YOUR PASSION FOR FOOD...
Dr. Dave™ and Venus
The evolution of food flavoring began during the industrial revolution. Meat and vegetables became available from distant lands. Foods were processed and preserved to lengthen shelf life. For the first time in history, foods were no longer going directly from the field to the plate. Freshness became an issue and the need to recreate flavors that had been lost by preserving and processing was born... and so started the addition of chemicals into our food.
But, along with that also came the perversion of our food supply SO profound that it can be linked, directly and/or indirectly, to a majority of the health concerns we face today.
In this episode, Dr. Budweiser founder of Weiser Living will cover the following:
How Flavorings entered Our Food Supply
What Is A Food Flavoring & How Is It Made?
The Trademark Secrets That Keep Us In The Dark
Artificial vs Natural Flavorings
Excitotoxins - What Are They & Their Serious Side Effects You Should Consider
Do You Eat Beaver Butt???
What Effect Do All These Flavorings Have On Our Health?
How Do You Avoid Flavorings
... and so much more!
So be sure to tune in to a very flavorful time with Dr. Budweiser and his golden wisdom!
For more information, articles, videos and recipes please visit www.weiserliving.com
Peter Vogel, founder and managing director of CulturePrep Inc., is a noted speaker on advancing cross-cultural relations and a philanthropist. Peter joins World Footprints to talk about how CulturePrep has been empowering individuals and groups from around the world to overcome the obstacles that threaten meaningful and productive cross-cultural relationships. He will also talk about the volunteer work his organization is spearheading in Uganda.
Then, David Morey, co-chair of The Fund for Peace and former chair of the Council on Foreign Relations’ Task Force on Public Diplomacy, sits down with World Footprints to talk about the current events in Northern Africa and the Middle East and how the insurgent strategy he has developed will help the U.S. to re-boot its foreign policy as . David is one of America’s leading strategic consultants. He has advised some of the world’s top business leaders, five Nobel Peace Prize winners and twelve successful global presidential campaigns, including President Barack Obama. David is also an award-winning co-author of The Underdog Advantage, a book that outlines a powerful insurgent strategy to put business on top.
Finally, prepare your taste buds and Malaysian Chef Susheela Raghavan cooks up the Flavors of Malaysia from her new cookbook with World Footprints. Flavors of Malaysia: a Journey through Time, Tastes, and Traditions, will take you on a wonderful sensory journey as Susheela serves up more than 150 amazing recipes, touching family stories, and fascinating notes about the multi-cultural origins of Malaysian food in this wonderful collection.
Have you ever dreamed of owning your own pub? We are meeting with Dan White, the founder and CEO of Growler USA. Growler USA - America's Microbrew Pub, launched in 2014, is a neighborhood gathering place dedicated to offering only American-made craft beverages and a menu designed to celebrate the unique flavors of each drink. With up to 100 taps of craft beer, hard cider, draught wine, root beer, cold-pressed coffee and kombucha tea, Growler USA invites guests to enjoy craft beverages suiting their unique palate. Each Growler USA captures the personality of the community it serves through its decor elements, localized menu offerings, and unique draught options.
Whitney Miller was only 22 when she defied the odds to become the winner of Season One Masterchef. Her energy and personality impressed the judges, but it was her creativity and knowledge in the kitchen that made her a winner. Now, just in time for the holidays, the Masterchef is available to share her recipes for a successful holiday party or meal with some timely and tasty tips. Whitney is the author of the cookbook Modern Hospitality: Simple Recipes with Southern Charm, with foreword by Gordon Ramsay, and is currently working on her second cookbook
1. YOUR FIRST BOOK IS ‘MODERN HOSPITALITY,’ SO WHAT CAN WE DO TO MODERNIZE
OUR HOLIDAY ENTERTAINING?
2. WHERE DO YOU START FOR A GREAT HOLIDAY PARTY AND DINNER? (Tervis)
3. WHAT KIND OF BEVERAGES DO YOU SUGGESTED WE SERVE FOR MODERN
4. WHAT’S YOUR SURPRISE HOLIDAY PARTY INGREDIENT FOR YOUR RECIPES?
5. HOW ABOUT THE MAIN COURSE?
6. ANY OTHER SUGGESTIONS FOR MODERNIZING YOUR HOLIDAY PARTIES?
7. TELLS US ABOUT YOUR NEW COOKBOOK?
8. WHERE CAN WE GO FOR RECIPES AND MORE INFORMATION?
Whitney's recipes have been featured in the MasterChef and Ultimate MasterChef cookbooks. She is a food writer of magazine articles for Flavors (Atlanta), Taste of Home, Southern Living, and Eat. Drink. Mississippi. Her recipes, articles, and/or book promotions have appeared in People, Women's Health, Masterchef, Clean Eating, and Cooking Light magazines as well as online at Self, California Olive Ranch, and SousVide Supreme.com.
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Tracy Stern Tea & Co. is a bespoke, organic tea collection that infuses unique flavors with designer notes especially tailored to provide an opulent experience with the finest quality ingredients.Tracy Stern, Master blender of tea and author of Tea Party and Tea For You, crafted every product of Tea & Co. with a true passion for artful combinations for the ultimate indulgence.Tracy Stern is the author of two books on the art of entertaining. Tea Party & Tea For You.Tracy is the founder of the international tea company SALONTEA which has a flagship store on the fashionable Granville street in Vancouver, British Columbia.Tracy is a recognized society hostess and philanthropist in NYC, Palm Beach, Dubai and Paris. Setting the scene as a luxury trend-setter and interior designer.Tracy is a recognized society hostess and philanthropist in NYC, Palm Beach, Dubai and Tracy is a recognized society hostess and philanthropist in NYC, Palm Beach, Dubai and Paris. Setting the scene as a luxury trend-setter and interior designer. Tracy is featured in monthly column for "TRENDS AHEAD"at HOME ACCENTS TODAY - a national trade publication.. Tracy works with several New York & palm beach philanthropic charities giving a substantial donation to various local & national Paris. Setting the scene as a luxury trend-setter and interior designer. http://www.tracysterntea.com/index.html
Passionate about the saxophone since he was a kid growing up in New York City, Gary Palmer frequently turned to the horn as an outlet and stress reliever during his many years as a law enforcement official. In addition to playing it to change the trajectories of difficult workdays, he always had contemporary/smooth jazz on the radio, calming him and helping him focus even when he was on high stress stakeouts with the Lauderhill Police Department and Broward County Sheriff’s Office, Fort Lauderdale, Fl. – retiring in 2010. Now, with the release of the multi-talented musician and performer’s highly anticipated smooth/urban jazz debut Love Me Again, Palmer is the one helping others chill via his cool, catchy melodies, old school production vibe, tropical flavors and easy funk grooves.
Like many musicians who set their dreams aside for ‘straight careers,’ Palmer began making up for lost time after he retired from the Broward Sheriff’s Office. Just as he was becoming immersed in the writing and recording of the album, he returned to the Broward Sheriff’s Office – where he originally began serving in the early 80s – to become the Colonel of the Department of Detention and Community Programs. Palmer has found exciting ways to merge his two worlds, performing events for the Florida Sheriff’s Association, the Ft. Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce, the Lauderhill Chamber of Commerce and other civic functions. In addition to these gigs with his regular band (known as Gary Palmer and the GP Project, the saxophonist has created a side band comprised of colleagues of his at the Sheriff’s Office. They meet every Tuesday for two hours to work on cover songs and new material, and also perform regularly throughout the community.
Sabrina Marie found out that she had a low tolerance for caffeine and started drinking lemonade. The local markets had a variety of brands and flavors but Sabrina thought they were to pricey and included perservatives. So she decide to develop her own that doesnt have perservatives in it and has all fresh ingredients....Hence, "Brinamarie Lemonade" was born.
I'm a city girl, trying to change the world's mind, to think outside the box. It doesn't matter what color, race, or country you come from; you too, can ride the country highway, or different genres of music and cultures highway. Can you look outside yourselves, and experience something new? Something that you aren't used to, or exposed to? Come on, join me to try new things. I jumped on the Country highway, Rock highway, UK, and Ireland highway; just to name a few, and I'm loving it. Life ain't always the same ole tune. It's different flavors; chocolate, vanilla, Latino, English, Chinese, and many more. This city girl loves, my multi-cultural highway.
THE NDUSTRY PRESENTS ONE OF THE EAST COAST'S MOST PHENOMENAL CHEFS, CELEBRITY CHEF KEVIN WINSTON II! Growing up working his my family’s renowned Kansas City BBQ restaurant, Chef Kevin Winton II has always felt most at home in the kitchen. For him, it has always been a place that represented passion, creative freedom and family.
In 2009, he took a leap of faith and enrolled at Le Cordon Bleu in Pasadena, California to pursue his dream of studying culinary arts. It was during this time that he developed his signature style, combining classical culinary training with his downhome upbringing to create nourishing, satisfying food packed with flavor.
He was blessed to work alongside some of this generation’s most well respected chefs, including Emeril Lagasse and Wolfgang Puck – a thriving community he loves and the place, he, his wife and two young sons, currently call home. These experiences, paired with filling every role from slinging fast-paced orders on the line to overseeing the entire operation as Chef de Cuisine at restaurants from coast to coast, have refined his skills and palate while allowing me to collect new, exciting flavors and techniques to add to my repertoire.
Today, he offers Charlotte, North Carolina's most comprehensive personal chef placement services and am privileged to call myself Personal Chef to pop superstars and professional athletes, including Thomas Davis of the Carolina Panthers and Lance Stephenson of the LA Clippers. Catering tours for recording artists Justin Bieber, Chris Daughtry and Mindless Behavior have been career highlights for him. It is a true honor for him to be invited into the homes of people like Brendan Haywood of the Cleveland Cavaliers and former NBA player and current Phoenix Suns Assistant Coach, Earl Watson, to cook for them.
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This week, Chef Ceddy is bringing the heat w/ Fit is the New it. If you are trying to slim down, to fit into that dress, those pants, or you just simply want something healthy, but with lots of flavor; that can still tickle your pallet, than come hangout with the King of Food. He will be discussing how to "Grill Your Gut Off", "Feast In A Flash", "Meals On TAP", and Ab-Friendly Autumn Food. We promise, you don't want to miss this show. Chef Ceddy makes sure, to feed your mind, body, and soul through every recipe.