• 00:15

    World Kitchen Holiday Entertaining Radio: Rebecca Subbiah

    in Food

    Stephanie “The Kitchen Crusader” Rahlfs is well-versed not only in Hanukkah cuisine but in the history behind each and every delectable dish. “One of the things we celebrate this time of year is the lasting of the oil for longer than it should have. So we eat lots of foods fried in oil, like latkes,” she tells Chow and Chatter host Rebecca Subbiah. “Latke just means fried pancak in Yiddish.  And the most prevalent kind is the potato latke. That’s shredded potato with onion, egg and matzah meal all fried into a patty. Jews in Eastern Europe have been making these forever. And Jews in the Iberian Peninsula have their own variations—like zuccini latkes and chickpea latkes. But both regions share the tradition of frying foods in pancake form. Because of the oil, this became a popular Hanukkah treat.  My favorite is sufganiyot, which are friend jelly donuts that are a specialty in Israel. And in North Africa they have what are called bunuelos, which are deep-fried fritters dipped in honey syrup.”

  • 00:38

    Book Talk With Ginger Dawn - Stephen Mosley

    in Books

    This week on Book talk with Ginger Dawn, we jump on stage with author, actor, and musician Stephen Mosley
    Stephen introduces Ginger to "Spam Fritters" and explore old films with Lon Chaney, Simone Simon, and his film Kenneth, a winner of Best Actor and Best Screen Play at the Edinburgh Film Festival 2013!  
    KENNETH has been selected to be part of this years Arizona Underground Film Festival; the festival runs from the 13th to the 21st of September. This will be the first showing in America. 
    We also listen to his musical talent as he shares, Take Her Awayand Gone Girl.
     

  • 02:58

    Nevis Assn of South Fla Annual Picnic

    in Entertainment

    Hello Everyone Just a reminder, the Nevis Association of South Florida annual picnic will be this Saturday July 6, 2013 at the TY park in Hollywood Florida from 12 noon to sunset. The address is 3350 N Park RD, Hollywood Fl. 33024.  Please come out and have some fun, and show your support. Ivor Henry will be broadcasting live. Those who are out of town and cannot make it to the picnic,  the fun day in the park and you can also call in for live talk to 347 934 0226. There will be lots of food such as goat water, BBQ chicken and ribs, grilled and fried fish, satfish cakes, johnny cakes, pumpkin fritters and lots more. Drinks such as mauby and ginger beer. Lots of  games including a bounce house for the kids. Also Cricket, lime and spoon race, sac race and tug of war. There will also be a chance to win a 32 inch flat screen TV. So bring your friends and family and lets have some fun!! fun!! fun!! There will also be live DJ music. Please see attached flyer for more information. See you there!!!   Vida Baptista

  • 02:33

    Nevis Annual Picnic-continued

    in Entertainment

    Hello Everyone Just a reminder, the Nevis Association of South Florida annual picnic will be this Saturday July 6, 2013 at the TY park in Hollywood Florida from 12 noon to sunset. The address is 3350 N Park RD, Hollywood Fl. 33024.  Please come out and have some fun, and show your support. Ivor Henry will be broadcasting live. Those who are out of town and cannot make it to the picnic, you can log on to http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thecricketshow from 2p until sunset for live coverage of the fun day in the park and you can also call in for live talk to 347 934 0226. There will be lots of food such as goat water, BBQ chicken and ribs, grilled and fried fish, satfish cakes, johnny cakes, pumpkin fritters and lots more. Drinks such as mauby and ginger beer. Lots of  games including a bounce house for the kids. Also Cricket, lime and spoon race, sac race and tug of war. There will also be a chance to win a 32 inch flat screen TV. So bring your friends and family and lets have some fun!! fun!! fun!!  Vida Baptista  

  • 01:00

    LIVE! with Cathi---"Bon Appetit!"

    in Military

    How do you feed an Army, Navy, Marines and Air Force?
    Circa-World War II--- Army rations were not the best tasting meals you could get. 
    It wasn't until the early 20th century, The U.S. military didn't train cooks at all.
    Some of the best cooks in the country aren't in restaurants or on TV, they're in the MILITARY!
    IMAGINE...three stoned-faced judges wait to taste D.D. menu of flounder-scallops with quinoa and argula salad...sweet potato soup puree with Edan Cheese fritters and baked mini-cakes.  Sounds like an audition for TOP CHEF, but D.D. is a Senior Chief Petty Officer in the U.S. Navy, one of the 18 culinary specialists chosen to compete for the ARMED FORCES CHEF OF THE YEAR!
    STAY TUNED...etc.
    20 yr old competition...etc.
    Four courses in four hours...etc.
    Napolean said...etc.
    Food plays a big...etc.
    Circa..2012, U.S. Armed Forces...etc. 

  • 00:31

    The Fall Dessert Show

    in Food

    On this show we will be cooking fall desserts and preparing treats for Halloween, and Thanksgiving... Pumkin Pies to Apple fritters will abound....

  • 00:25

    How to Pray for Money, Jobs, Clothes, Cars and...

    in Christianity


    Our prayer motivator verse from the Word of God today is Acts 1:14 which reads: "These all continued with one accord in prayer and supplication, with the women, and Mary the mother of Jesus, and with his brethren." 

     

    Our prayer motivator quote today is from E.M. Bounds. He said, "The men and women who have done the most for God in this world have been early on their knees. He who fritters away the early morning, its opportunity and freshness, in other pursuits than seeking God will make poor head way seeking Him the rest of the day. If God is not first in our thoughts and efforts in the morning, He will be in the last place the remainder of the day." 

     

    Our prayer motivator devotional today is titled HOW TO PRAY FOR MONEY, JOBS, CLOTHES, CARS AND OTHER NECESSARY MATERIAL THINGS AND GET THEM FROM GOD WITHOUT DEBT, GUILT, OR SORROW from Dr. John R. Rice.

  • 01:00

    Majority Rules the Kitchen

    in Sports

    Now serving sports justice from Chef Major - To start a bitter NFL lawsuit salad w/ chunky Goodell-Jones dressing, followed by tangy Orange Carmelo-Kabobs w/ a side of deep-fried Cavalier-amari, Stormy South Beach Sword-Forcier w/ Cheesy Horned-Frog fritters, grizzly-habs tacos w/ spicy Matt Cooke suspension salsa, and a Tiger-Becks service Sundae to kick. Call & bring your apron, it gets messy 917.889.9592.

  • 00:10

    The Prayer Motivator Minute #3: E.M. Bounds and Acts 1:14

    in Prayer

    Our prayer motivator quote for today is from E.M. Bounds, who is one of the men God used to impact my life on this important matter of prayer. He said: "The men and women who have done the most for God in this world have been early on their knees. He who fritters away the early morning, its opportunity and freshness, in other pursuits than seeking God will make poor headway seeking Him the rest of the day. If God is not first in our thoughts and efforts in the morning, He will be in the last place the remainder of the day."

    Our prayer motivator verse for today is Acts 1:14, which says: "These all continued with one accord in prayer and supplication, with the women, and Mary the mother of Jesus, and with his brethren."

  • 00:30

    Book Bites for Kids-Carla Mooney,Owen and the Dragon-Amazing Africa

    in Books

    Host Suzanne Lieurance talks with author Carla Mooney about two books she has written.The First book is Owen and the Dragon and the second is Amazing Africa Projects You Can Build Yourself. Description of Owen and the Dragon-Owen is a ten-year old boy who has just moved to a new town and left behind his best friend and everything familiar to him. Unable to face unpacking his room, Owen decides to explore the woods behind his new home. He is stunned to discover a dragon named Phineas. Owen soon gains the dragons trust and learns that Phineas has lost the ability to fly. As he struggles to find a way for the dragon to return home, Owen learns friendship can be found in unexpected places.Description of Amazing Africa Projects-Separating the vast continent into its many distinct and diverse countries, this comprehensive reference introduces the ancient civilizations and tribes, unique traditions, and amazing wildlife of Africa. With 25 fun projects that kids can complete using easily accessible supplies and even recycled materials, this study clearly demonstrates what life is like in each unique setting. Step-by-step instructions show how to make shields for an initiation ceremony, cook banana fritters and benne cakes, and design animal masks to celebrate the seasons. Summarizing one of the world's largest and most populous landscapes, this overview also touches on the obstacles overcome by the African people and how the global community can help them face future challenges.

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