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Ever get tired of the same old same old restaurants? A lot of us do, but even if you are not tired stick around for our show because you just may find some new places and fun places to eat.
Monday's show, as you may have already guessed is about unique restaurants. Wouldn’t it be fun to go out to eat and be able to share an unforgettable experience?
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.
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!
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!
The last 40 years in the Bar and Restaurant scene in Niagara Falls. What happened to Main Street. A discussion with Rick Crogan of Cousins and Kevin Young of the Bakery Lounge
Do you love to eat out as much as we do? Have you ever gotten sick after eating out? Did you know people are hospitalized and some die every day from food poisoning?
In this episode, we discuss with Dr. Harlan Stueven, a Medical Doctor specializing in Emergency Medicine and Medical Toxicology and Founder of DiningGrades.com, the issue of food poisoning and specific steps you can take to avoid it when eating out.
For those who eat out regularly, we also share how you can become a part of the solution through rating the restaurants you patronize, and in doing so, how you could sometimes eat out for free!
Visit our blog here for the two clips we had to cut from the interview, in the interest of time.
At the beginning of the show, I referenced a previous show about how healthy foods sometimes make us sick if we have food sensitivities. You can listen to the replay of that episode here!
R alph Morton was not your average fan at last year's Super Bowl.
Morton, executive director of the Seattle Sports Commission, had more on his mind than Super Bowl XLVIII. He paid close attention to how he was greeted at the airport, the location of his hotel and the restaurants he dined at days before the game.
His objective? To gain insight into hosting a Super Bowl."Absolutely, I believe we will one day host it in Seattle," said Morton, who served on two Super Bowl host committees as vice president of operations for the Greater .
Pepsi is running a commercial using all deaf actors entitled Bob's House. Here are four videos to go along with this campaign of reaching out to the deaf community.
Our conversations are real and can take twists and turns resulting in perspective about Big Data you will never get from those ladder climbing professionals playing it safe. It's a weekly 30 minute show, completely uncensored on Big Data created by Bryan Wempen. No filters. Listen to the show every Tuesday, 9am/Central Time.
Joining us will be Michael Harms, Executive Director of Operations at TDn2K. TDn2K is the parent company to People Report, Black Box Intelligence and White Box Social Intelligence.
Connect with Michael: www.linkedin.com/in/mgharm
A NEW ORLEANS VACATION & PARANORMAL INVESTIGATION!
Tonight we bring you a panel of experts to tell you about "All things New Orleans" From the Haunted Hotels, Bars, Shops and Restaurants in the French Quarter, the Treme, Bywater area and more. David Laville (New Orleans Ghost Hunters) along with Louisiana native Dwayne Favors joins Faith Serafin (Alabama Paranormal Paranormal Research Team) and Michael Boler for a round table discussion on where to Investigate, eat, drink, the best hotels, entertainment and more! Dont miss this one!
Leading the field in the best in topical discussions surrounding the "Paranormal" field, "Dead Air Paranormal Radio" family of shows provides a myriad of forums discussing and questioning all aspects of the people who have dedicated their lives to finding proof and answers to mysteries, some of which have plagued man for centuries.
Mike Boler and show creator George R. Lopez host "Prime Time Paranormal" every Monday from 9-11 pm e.s.t.. Bringing you the top names in the community from John Zaffis and Rosemary Ellen Guiley to Nick Groff and Grant Wilson just to name a few.
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Be A Baller: The Blue Print To Have It All with Melissa Krivachek is our guest on The Core Business Show with Tim Jacquet. Almost everyone wants to Be A Baller but very few ever stay the course long enough to achieve the things they truly desire. Creating the confidence, charisma, passion and swag to be around hot chicks, sexy men, exotic cars, million dollar homes, while attending exclusive events, receiving first class service, dining at 5 star restaurants, and creating amazing relationships with the world's most successful and admired leaders doesn't come cheap. By defining and integrating each of Krivachek's lessons we can move beyond our fears and experience the true hidden potential we all have lying dormany within. So we can have it all, all at the same time. Love, Success, & Happiness.
With profound insight and the use of powerful and relatable stories, Be A Baller lays out the exact blueprint needed to make the sacrifices required while creating the new habits and disciplines, necessary to live a life beyond our wildest dreams. By truly understanding what it takes to have it all, all at the same time we will be left with one of two choices to step up and commit or to simply walk away and quit.
Do you feel frustrated by the lack of control you have with your personal finances? You’re not alone, and if you seek advice, you’ll get the help you need. Here we will take a look at ways you can be back in charge of your financial life.
Try to eat in the restaurants that are frequented by the local people in order to eat economically when you visit foreign countries.
TIP! Purchasing bulk lean protein allows you to conserve valuable time and money. Buying in bulk is always cheaper when you are going to use everything you purchased.
Save money by not eating at restaurants or getting take out. Only eat at restaurants on special occasions. Buying the ingredients and putting meals together at home will save one money, as well as giving one an appreciation for the effort it takes to make good tasting meals
People who need to listen to this show are entrepreneurs, career coaches, independent home workers
Bastia Marlowe was born in and grew up in New Orleans, LA under another name. There, she lived amongst the living and the dead, spent her early adolescence immersed in rain, attended Catholic church, and roamed the city's haunted and flavored streets. She loved all things New Orleans and once stood in line for 5 hours to be included in the film adaption of fellow New Orleanian Anne Rice's "Interview with a Vampire." After a stint of performing theater and writing, she moved to Los Angeles in 2001 in her 20s hoping to experience ghosts but mainly exists among the walking dead. She mostly misses Audubon Park, the low-hanging branches of trees lining St. Charles Ave., stage lights, hole-in-the-wall restaurants, NOMA, driving through City Park, creaky floors in old houses, old cemeteries, and rain. Bastia Marlowe is the great-grand daughter of Marie Laveau.
About Marie Catherine Laveau (September 10, 1801 - June 16, 1881 ) was a practitioner of Voodoo renowned in New Orleans. (As for the date of her birth, while popular sources often say 1794, the records indicate 1801.) Her daughter, Marie Laveau II, (1827 c. 1895) also practiced Voudoun, as well as Voodoo. She and her mother had great influence over their multiracial following. In 1874 as many as twelve thousand spectators, both black and white, swarmed to the shores of Lake Pontchartrain to catch a glimpse of Marie Laveau II performing her legendary rites on St. John's Eve (June 23–24)