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Why a Collard Greens Cultural Festival? As a community, in many ways we have always lived green. Our food is an expression of our love.
Today, we must learn to take favorites like collards and prepare than in ways that are healthier. Our King and Queen Collard Green Cook-off”for the man and woman who can cook the best greens in Georgia is a fun, creative way to inspire everyone to eat better. And of course, don’t forget the Collard Greens Ice Supreme.
Have you truly thought about the frequency, the life force energy of your food? If you are looking for some inspiration in the kitchen, if you want to take your health to the next level and if you want to bring it all to your kitchen table with a higher frequency and with more mindfulness then don't miss this interview. Shakti Grace (aka The Holistic Chef) talks slow food, clean food, fermented food and herbal alchemy to nurture and nourish your family. She has translated her cheffing skills from high-end private yachts to your table. Shakti brings fine food to the household kitchen and includes super foods, fermented foods and herbal alchemy so that you can enjoy food on a whole new level - a level of nourishment and healing. "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food" has a whole new meaning here. Not only medicine for the body, but also for the soul, your family and the planet. www.theholisticchef.com.au
Tune in this Wednesday, July 11th at 12:00 P.M. for "ReNewable Now" with your host, Peter Arpin! This week, Peter will be joined with the Director of Programs from Grow Smart Rhode Island, Sheila Brush.
The topic will be focused on Urban Greens, a food co-op, and include a discussion with Urban Greens' Cassie Tharinger and Matt Tracy pertaining to building a regional food infrastructure. Cassie Tharinger is currently the marketing manager for a year-round farmers market in Bristol, RI and has been involved with Urban Greens since 2004. Matt Tracy is also a vegetable farmer from Red Plant Vegetables. You can listen to ReNewable Now on the radio (WARL 1320 A.M.) or online at 1320warlradio.com.
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Judith Simmons, Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona & Deb Sanders , Global Takeback Director, Dell
How to safely and properly dispose of electronic waste including computers is an ongoing challenge for businesses and individuals. What’s the right thing to do? (NOT throw it in the garbage!) E-waste is a global issue – the volume of it, the dangers to the environment if not disposed of properly and risk it can pose to countries in ways we might never even have thought of. Join us to hear about this partnership as Deb and Judy talk about just what they are up to. This show made possible due to the generous support of Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona.
David Yeung, Co-founder of Green Monday
Green Monday is a social enterprise group that promotes and enables green, healthy and sustainable living. Through his vegetarian promotion and food rescue initiatives, Green Monday has become a world leading platform that enables corporations, restaurants, schools, and individuals to join efforts in reducing our carbon footprint and performing our social and environmental responsibilities. As a social startup group, Green Monday aims to tackle climate change and global food insecurity by making low-carbon and sustainable living simple, viral and actionable. Green Common is Asia's first plant-based grocer with the mission to empower the community with sustainable, innovative, wholesome and responsible food choices. And ready for this? Green Monday was named by FAST COMPANY as one of China's Top 50 Most Innovative Companies in 2014. Mrs. Green truly goes global for this one. Hope you will listen in. This show made possible due to the generous support of Habitat for Humanity Tucson.
Andrew Quigley, City of Tucson
Do you recycle? Do you know what “not to throw” in your recycle bins? Andrew Quigley and his team are on a mission to educate people about what should go in the bins and what should not. Unfortunately Tucson has considerable challenges when it comes to contamination. Join us to learn what’s safe and what’s not as well as the impact contamination has on the entire recycling effort. Andrew will also share with us information about the recycling markets and hopefully move all of us a few steps forward when it comes to recycling and keeping as much as we can out of our landfills. I love to talk trash so I hope you can join us! This show made possible due to the generous support of the City of Tucson.
The Holidays are here and with that the inevitable food comas and weight gain! But it doesn’t have to be that way! You actually CAN enjoy all the yummy holiday food being served without having your waistline explode and then having to drastically diet in the New Year just so you can catch up from the last couple of months of overindulgence. Sound familiar?
The holidays are definitely a time to be thankful and enjoy quality family time and all the beautiful foods that come with that. But did you know that it is in fact possible to enjoy yourself without having to choose between restriction - which is never fun - or killing your cholesterol levels, blood pressure and weight?
In today’s Thanksgiving Special, Dr. Budweiser, founder of Weiser Living, will share with you his top tips for happy, healthy yet indulgent holidays.
You will learn:
Before The Meal
Quality Ingredients Makes All The Difference!
How To Set Up Your Plate For Success
How To Eat Without Guilt
What To Do If You Binged
Fun & Easy Calorie Offsets
How To Get Rid Of The Bloat
Have An Attitude Of Gratitude
… and much, much more!
So be sure to stay tuned for 30 minutes of golden nuggets for holiday eating.
Meanwhile, be sure to click on www.WeiserLiving.com and sign up to our newsletter where your will find more articles, recipes, videos, products and access to consultations too.
Come get your delicous all beef hotdogs and sausages for the holidays or order a spectacular plate of Oxtail with rice, collard greens and corn bread. Either way you will be eating the best homemade food in Highland's County made with love.
So come by and visit Pringles's Beef Hot Dogs stand or call Sharon for Special Southern Style cooking and Beef Hot Dogs as well. It's finger licking good!
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Pringles Hot Dogs~ Events & Catering ~ Sabrett All Beef
Mention Syndi Lumina and get a free drink wih each purchase.
Happy Holidays and Blessings to All!
Your hostess~ Syndi Lumina
Join Ms.Blue and The Forgtten Foods ( Bro Baratunde & Sister Kayah Ma'aT)
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Baratunde, the father of Forgotten Foods, is a manufacturer of Chinese Herbal Tonics and has a 28 year history with Traditional Chinese Herbalism, Alchemy and Spiritual Sciences. During his tenure, he has been blessed to study at the feet of many herbalist masters. He is a certified Qi Kung practitioner, has 35 years as a martial artist and is becoming known as the ‘doctors herbalist.’ Baratunde has a natural relationship with the plant kingdom, whereby like the late great George Washington Carver, the herbs and plants communicate with him directly.
His wife and soul mate, Kayah Ma’at, has a 30 year history of natural health and transitional diet activism. She is a prolific culinary artist and has owned and operated two vegan restaurants. She has facilitated dozens of workshops and seminars educating the public on health, nutrition and personal health accountability. She offers lifestyle coaching for many who are desirous to wholistically transform their lives. She has been an entrepreneur and self employed for almost 30 years. With a background of business, marketing and sales, she serves as the company’s COO. Together, they make up THE FORGOTTEN FOODS…REMEMBERED
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'Campaign 2016 w/ Stewart Alexnder' welcomes back Alan Maki, http://thepodunkblog.blogspot.com, political analyst and social activist.
Stewart and Alan will be discussing our first preview of Election 2016.
With less than 100 days before voters cast their votes for candidates for the next President of the US, they'll talk of how the 2016 election is shaping up for the Republicans and the Democrats.
What impression will the Greens, Socialists, and Liberals make in 2016?
Will it be the same old show in 2016, just w/ different characters?
Come to the chatroom and express your views!
Michael Shuman, Co-founder and Research Director, Cutting Edge Capital
Michael Shuman is an economist, attorney, author and entrepreneur, and one of the world’s leading experts on community economics. AND he is a truly wonderful human being. Did I mention that he has also authored, coauthored or edited eight books? And that he is a founding member of BALLE (Business Alliance for Local Living Economies)? Michael has given an average of more than one invited talk PER WEEK, mostly to local governments and universities for the past 30 years. I want to talk to Michael about lots of things and believe we would have no trouble doing a two hour show but for this show, I want to talk to Michael about two of his books: The Local Economy Solution – How Innovative, Self-Financing “Pollinator Enterprises Can Grow Jobs and Prosperity and his latest work Local Dollars, Local Sense – How to Shift Your Money from Wall Street to Main Street and Achieve Real Prosperity. This show made possible due to the generous support of The Fairfax Companies.
Broadway star Kate Baldwin joins host Robin Milling for Let's Do Lunch! at Village Prime in New York City. On stage at 59 E. 59, Kate gets her honky tonk on as Tammy Trip, a former Nashville Grand Ole Opry queen in Songbird; music and lyrics by Lauren Pritchard. She tells Robin she has never been to Music City but studied Robert Atlman's film 'Nashville' to prepare for the role and read up on famous female country artists like Wynona Judd and being a woman in the world of country music. She reveals her ultimate inspiration for the character looking sinewy and fit was inspired by a pop star. Her country twang came from listening to a playlist of several country singers, and one in particular became her model.
At Village Prime, the fresh baked bread on the table was tempting, but Kate abstained as she is keeping her strict carb-free diet that she began with her husband; fellow actor, Graham Rowat, who also got in shape to play a gladiator in A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum. A foodie herself, she jokes that they may look great but they're 'exhausted and starving!' She tells Robin how they met during a run of 1776 at the Fords Theater in Washington, D.C. playing Richard Henry Lee and Martha Jefferson. Kate says their four and a half year-old son Colin is an equalizer between career and motherhood.
Kate tells Robin her Broadway debut was as a swing in The Full Monty, and then as a dancer in the ensemble of Thoroughly Modern Millie. Learning the line dance in Songbird was plenty for Kate who jokes that she is a 'recovering dancer.'
The menu at Village Prime consisted of Pumpkin Bisque soup, Roasted Salmon with Hudson Valley spaghetti squash and artichoke puree, Vegetable Flatbread with grilled seasonal veggies and mozzarella cheese, and Tuna Nicoise with bonito tuna, hard-boiled egg, haricot vert, potato over mixed greens.