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Our guest this evening is a legend in New York's kosher culinary scene. She is popular cookbook author and international lecturer, Lévana Kirschenbaum.
We will talk about the Three Weeks period, the Jewish calendar is currently in, and any traditional foods associated with such, with an emphasis on Morrocan cuisine in contrast with the Eastern European cuisine.
Chef Lévana Kirschenbaum will talk about her latest book, The Whole Foods Kosher Kitchen, and cooking healthy.
All the buzz is 'eat food from local vendors', 'grow your own food' and still 'eat a plant based diet'. How is that possible and where do I start? Why is this so important?
Do you look at the sticker on the fruit or vegetables you purchase at the store and note the country of origin? I did, the sticker on the orange just last week said 'North Africa'! Are you kidding me? Do you believe that orange was ripened on the tree and shipped at the peak of freshness to bring to my diet the highest source of Vitamin C possible? No way, no how.
My guest today is Joshua Kirschenbaum of Territorial Seed Company in Oregon. Their mission is to improve people's self-sufficiency and independence by enabling gardeners to produce an abundance of good tasting, fresh from the garden food, 12 months a year. Sound difficult to start? We will be talking about how to get started, what is important to know before you begin and what choices you need to think about in seed selection.
If you are trying to eat a plant based diet and think eating produce from foreign countries that may not be grown in the methods you would like, then start to grow your own.
Territorial Seed Company website can be found here. They also have a specials page here. Growing guides are here.
Comedian Spotlight tonight is on Mike Kirschenbaum. He performs stand up comedy and has wrote for Freddy's Nightmares, D.C. Follies, Dennis the Menace, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe "He-Man and the Rck Warriors”, "Muppets Take America”, “Spiderman”, and more!
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Dan Kirschenbaum - Dan is the President of Wellspring, America’s leading provider of treatment services for overweight young people (therapeutic camps – Wellspring Camps, and boarding schools – Wellspring Academies); also, professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Northwestern University.
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Dr.Harry Stoller - Harry J. Stoller, MD, Masters Of Medical Management, Diplomat American Board Of Family Medicine, Board Certified Advanced Fellow American Academy Of Anti-Aging Regenerative Medicine, has spent 40 years in family medicine in North Central Indiana. In addition to his medical degree he has a master's degree in medical management, from the University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business, Los Angeles, CA, and is Board Certified in Anti-Aging/Regenerative Medicine.
Tom Williams - Tom Williams is a long time Indianapolis agent in Indianapolis, Indiana.
“You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep Spring from coming.” - Pablo Neruda
“In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt.” - Margaret Atwood
Spring is in full swing! And like poet Margaret Atwood says above, spring is the time for digging in the dirt and replenishing that wonderful gift that Mother Nature has bestowed upon the world: food. Specifically, food that grows in the ground. Though the advent of stores and markets has allowed most of us to move on from farming, there are still many who cultivate as hobby and craft.
This week on One Cell, One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy™welcomes back Josh Kirschenbaum of the Territorial Seed Company of Cottage Grove, Oregon and Sean Herbert, Owner of Got Sprouts? located near West Palm Beach, Florida to discuss the spring planting season. MORE>>>
Discussion with other foodie bloogers
Live broadcast from Manhattan's 18 Restaurant. Our guests will include restauteur Tammy Cohen, Encyclopedia of Jewish Food author - Gil Marks, famed cookbook author and cooking guru - Chef Levana Kirschenbaum, Kim Amzallag from Kosher Inspired Magazine and blogger Estee Berkowitz from the Prime Time Parenting.
Nationally known Healthcare attorney Jennifer Kirschenbaum discusses compliance issues particularly in the context of the new legislation. Jennifer can be reached at (516) 747-6781 or via her web site at Kirschenbaum and Kirschenbaum in Garden City NY at