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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes recording artist Phil French to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his new project EVERLASTING and what it's been like to inspire people through music.
Gluten-free expert, author, coach and advocate Jules Shepard hosts a weekly show offering news, interviews with intriguing guests, gluten-free baking tips and otherwise lively conversation.
The ever popular conversation about how to eat out with gluten and other food sensitivities is the topic of this week's show. Joining Jules are two gluten-free dining gurus to discuss how to eat out safely.
Jennifer Harris (gfgotoguide.com and @gfgotoguide) works as a consultant to restaurants wanting to offer gluten-free dishes to their diners. Jennifer is also the Atlanta Gluten Free Food Examiner and has worked as a chef in a corporate kitchen and a gluten-free buyer for a health food store. A gluten-free diner herself, Jennifer brings many perspectives to dining out, gluten free.
Sandi Gaertner (fearlessdining.com @fearlessdining) is a Bay area consumer dining advocate. She and her family share in a gluten-free lifestyle which she blogs about. She has also compiled a database of over 500 Bay Area restaurants which highlights what the restaurants do to practice safe gluten handling practices.
World Footprints traveled to New Orleans for our annual broadcast at French Quarter Festival. We streamed live from the heart of the Quarter at Jackson Square in the Tableau restaurant--Dickie Brennan's latest gem. Each year we bring you something new and this year was no exception. We took a deep dive into the city's African-American history, New Orleans role in World War II, the history of voodoo, culinary arts and the performing arts. We had an amazing year and we thought it appropriate to end 2014 in The Big Easy. Join us for the world's largest music brunch and let the good times roll.
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We are back and more excited than ever to kick off our winter 2015 show series, which will examine restaurants that have catering arms too. It’s a growing segment of the industry and one that has not been properly explored – how to create a great relationship with a restaurant (for smaller private parties) that also has a catering arm for the larger ones.
“Restaurants, Private Rooms and Catering too!” will cover the small but burgeoning market of restauranteurs that do it all and well. Tune in on Wednesday, January 14th at noon as BOTH the Director of Catering Sales, Sarah Weisman, and in-house Director of Private Events, Jodi Lynn, for Epicurean Events join us. Wondering if you should host your next dinner in a private room or at home? We will answer that question, explore cost structures and private space possibilities in the Epiucrean group, which also owns four restaurants in New York: dell’anima, L’Artusi, L’Apicio and Anfora. The Italian inspired cuisine is driven by seasonal products and high caliber service that focuses on being friendly rather than formal; the Italian seeking guests are driven by the amazing tastes, homemade burrata and exceptional customer service.
After covering everything you ever wanted to know about liquor in our last series, it is time to discover where to find the best food to pair with those cocktails you now know all about!
Today World Footprints will explore a sample of the multiple treasures that can be found in New Orleans. We will share a wonderful conversation with Chef Leah Chase of Dokie Chase restaurant fame. Chef Leah is an iconic figure in New Orleans. She was the inspiration behind Tiana, the principle character in the Disney Animated Picture Princess and the Frog. Then World Footprints will take listeners through two little known musuems, the Free People of Color museum and the African-American museum. Other stops on this audio trip include a tour through Treme and a visit to the famed Carosel bar in the Hotel Monteleone. New Orleans is a treasure trove of wonderful museums, rich history and cultural gumbo and today’s show will explore just a few of the treasure today.
Should there be limits to free speech?
Only weeks after the demonstrations in support of freedom of expression for Charlie Hebdo, a French court has convicted three individuals for posting homophobic tweets.
The hashtag used in the tweets was "let's burn the gays." While there is no argument that the language is offensive and disgusting, should we begin placing limitations on free speech to exclude remarks of this type?
If so, who decides what the line for what qualifies as offensive and illegal?
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Chatham, NJ – No matter what your circumstances, every person has the ability to live a rewarding, joyful and triumphant life.
Patti French is a certified master life coach offering services in the areas of wellness, relationships, spirituality and addiction recovery. With a compassion that could only have come from personal experience, Patti guides her clients through the coaching process by listening carefully and asking the right questions.
“My true calling and desire is to help others through the struggles I have been through,” says Patti. “And my mission is to coach people in ways that uplift, motivate, comfort, inspire and heal.”
As a coach, Patti uses a technique known as Deep Coaching, a holistic approach that takes into account the mind, heart, and body and the human condition. Whether you’re an individual struggling with addiction or addiction recovery or you simply feel stuck in life. French guides her clients to embrace who they truly are so they can bring all they are to their lives and speak truth in their relationships.
“I have a lot of skillsets helping people evaluate their lives and their relationships,” says French. “I’ve been in some really dark places in my life and made it through to the other side."
Patti says she hopes to help her clients realize how important it is to invest in yourself this way.
“There are so many people who are struggling in this life,” says French. “I’ve needed a lot of help throughout my life and I’ve received a lot of help, so I feel called to help others. I’m proud that I’ve been able to stand on my own two feet and give back to the world by helping others do the same.”
For more information on Patti French, visit www.patti-french.com
Stephanie Speaks will discuss the topic of kids & restaurants! Some time ago a restaurant decided that no kids would be allowed after a certain time to allow people to have a nice quiet dinner. Some were in a an uproar. Another one decided that no kids were allowed. Again people were in the uproar! The latest situation was where a child threw food on a customer and the parent was asked to leave. The parent was upset and said had the restaurant not taken so long with her food then the kids wouldn't have been unruly. I could tell that she really just wanted to sit and eat her meal but sometimes you can't do that with little ones. How do you feel about the restaurant asking her to leave. The customer pitched a fit about having food thrown on him. Now she claimed that the waitress said something about coming back when the kids were older and under more control. The mom had alot of supporterts but I had mixed feelings about this. Let's talk about it!
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