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Part 3 of 3: Originally Aired May 5, 2013
Dianne Linderman talks about PETA and how incredibly hypocritical they are! Dianne also reads parts of a news article “Why the Left Hates Families.”
Also on this segment, a great recipe for Eggplant Parmesan – you can make it into Chicken Parmesan if you don't like eggplant. Also, find out how to make a simple green salad dressing to go along with this delicious meal.
Find out more about Dianne Linderman on her website: http://www.everythingthatmattersradio.com/ and be sure to check out Dianne's cook book Everything That Matters in the Kitchen.
On this show, I will be talking about eggplant. Eggplant is one of Italy's favorite vegetables. Eggplant is very common here in the United States. I will be explaining everything about eggplant. On this show I will be talking about ways you can cook eggplant, common eggplant entrees, when eggplant is in season, how to tell when eggplant is fresh, and finally where eggplant is grown. I will have a eggplant parmesan, stuffed eggplant, and eggplant rollitini recipes in store for you. Feel free to call in to ask eggplant questions, or to tell me your favorite eggplant dish and how you like to serve eggplant. Or call in to answer tonight's 3 questions to win 3 recipes of your choosing and the show of your choice, 646-716-6458
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FEEL FREE TO CALL IN WITH QUESTIONS OR ANSWERS TO THE NIGHT'S 3 QUESTIONS.646-716-6458
1.) What is your favorite way to have eggplant?
2.) How do you cook your eggplant?
3.) Does your family have a holiday tradition that involves eggplant
It's once again time to celebrate large bewbs! Or any size bewbs for that matter. Join Vince and co-host Danny Dantalion as we navigate the bowels of the Internet. We'll discuss: bewbs, the birth of the royal baby, Anthony Weiner's weiner, quantum mechanics, wiggers, Roseanne Barr is a Nazi, parmesan chicken recipies, the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, favorite sexual positions, and Rickey Henderson.
We will discuss how to use positive self-esteem as the basis for a successful outcome, and the negative effects of low self-esteem.
As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Parmesan and Onion Rice, and the "adventure" recipe will be Potato and Ham Quiche.
Let's Do Lunch! visits Isabella's in Lynchburg, Virginia with executive chef Sean Meeks who served up a delicious seafood bouillabaisse brimming with shrimp, mussels, scallops and squid over sun-shaped pasta in a spicy broth. A spoon is well needed to gather every last drop. Sean says it's a dish that is normally served in the fall but the hearty flavors still work in the spring. Most everything at Isabella's is farm to table including the beef for their Sunday brunch burger. 'Getting something shipped in from a third world country just doesn't have the flavor. If you know the farmer, the food just tastes better automatically,' Sean tells host Robin Milling.
The dish depends on the season getting fresh local vegetables to inspire the meal. Patrons don't seem to mind if it's summer or winter, ordering signature dishes like lasagna bolognese and walnut crusted salmon and savory parmesan risotto. Save room for dessert as their homemade baby cannolis are a taste of Italy.
Living in the south of Lynchburg, Sean grew up growing his own food and helping his mom and grandparents in the kitchen with pickling and preparing. His career actually began at 11 when he started appreciating giving simple foods a twist. Working at his family's concession stand Meeks Hotdogs, he would steam them with onions, celery, and garlic. His lucky break came at 16 while busing tables at a restaurant. One of the cooks cut his hand so Sean stepped in and took over the kitchen.
At home he teaches his kids how to chop up vegetables for their pet pig aptly named Chorizo! For the past 13 years Isabella's has become his second home mentoring others and encouraging their culinary education.
Dianne Linderman talks about the health of our economy and shares the article “Bad credit is looking good to auto lenders.” Our host also shares her take on having a good personal credit score based on her experience as an entrepreneur. Also on this segment – get Dianne's healthy, delicious recipe for Eggplan Parmesean. Find out more ab
Part 3 of 3: Originally Aired March 25, 2012 Dianne Linderman talks about the incredible benefits of coconut oil and why it's great for cooking. Also on this segment – a caller who works directly with Dianne talks about how much Dianne has helped her over the years.
On this show I will be disscussing Alfredo. Alfredo is an Italian parmesan cheese bechemel sauce. I will be explaning what Alfredo is, the history and origin of Alfredo, typical ingredients needed for an Alfredo sauce, meals you can make with alfredo and much more. I have a chicken and broccoli ziti alfredo and a tortellini alfredo with shrimp recipes in store for you. If you have questions on Alfredo please call in at 646-716-6458. Enjoy the show.
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On our first cooking/food show of the week I will be talking all about poultry. Everyone knows poultry.... everyone loves poultry. A common kind of poultry that everyone loves (of course except the vegetarians) is chicken. On this show I will explain the different kinds of poultry, the cooking methods you can use to cook poultry, different kinds of meals you can have with poultry and more. I have a fried chicken, open faced turkey sandwich, chicken cordon bleu, and turkey parmesan recipes in store for this show.
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On this show ACF Certified Executive Chef George Norrell returns to talk Italian foods with us. As you know, I love Italian food. So anytime I can talk about Italian food puts a smile on my face. Being Italian, I think Italian food is the best. On tonight’s show, Chef George Norrell returns to give us his take on Italian food. This should make for one interesting show. Can’t wait to hear his chicken parm and marsala recipes. Call in with any questions for chef George at 646-7116-6458. I will be giving out my delicious Italian wedding cookies, chicken parmesan, and my personal favorite recipe, Chicken Marsala ala Cardinale. Tune in to one exciting show.To listen to our first Italian cooking show please click below
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Dianne Linderman shares an excellent Eggplant Parmesean recipe – and a very healthy way of making it, with flax seed and organic marinara sauce! Find more great recipes on Dianne's website: http://www.everythingthatmattersradio.com/ Check out Dianne's cook book
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