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On Paired with Chef Mary and Duane our food and wine experts are talking with Laura Taylor of Tomato Matters learning her heirloom tomato secrets– how to grow heirlooms, the best soil to use, the different varieties, how to store and cut tomatoes – and the recipes and wines that go best with these tart and tangy fruits, yes, fruits.
The show first broadcasts Saturday, July 26th at 1:30 pm EDT. For more information about Laura and Tomato Matters please go to tomatomatters.com and don’t forget this you can buy your very own heirloom plant before the show and ask questions on how to grow it at your own home this summer, it’s not too late.
Part 3 of 3: Originally Aired June 2, 2013
Dianne Linderman talks about parenting and how to raise successful kids.
Looking for some good recipes with tomato and basil? Get Dianne's Tomato Basil Baguette Sandwich Recipe and a Homemade Tomato Basil Soup Recipe – both perfect for those delicious summer tomatoes that you will start seeing in stores and farmers markets any day now!
Get more of Dianne's recipes at http://everythingthatmattersinthekitchen.com and be sure to check out Dianne's cook book Everything That Matters in the Kitchen and Dianne's book series for entrepreneurial kids titled How to Become an Entrepreneurial Kid.
Tomatoes are in season! Tastings, festivals, fairs and you name it, everyone is going bonkers for Tomatoes. Slow Food Solano is taking the passion for tomatoes to a new height by sponsoring "Tomato Day" in Vacaville, California where a tasting, education and craft fair is an annual event to help raise funds for School Gardens. This program looks at the history and lore of tomatoes and takes listeners on site of the 2013 tomato day festivities in Solano County, California.
For the avid gardener, growing one variety of a particular herb, fruit or vegetable is never enough. It is always interesting to see the difference in plant growth, production and finally the taste of the fruit in your cherished recipe. Especially for culinary enthusiasts, the more varieties you have the more amazing your dish is, complete with a horticultural biography to entertain your guests leaving them in awe. What if you found that through the years you had quite the assortment of organic tomato seeds in your collection? This is exactly what happened to Gary Ibsen who suddenly found himself the keeper of this huge seed bank of organic heirloom tomatoes that began to grow thanks to the contributions of his friends, neighbors and gardeners around the globe. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Gary Ibsen, founder of TomatoFest Garden Seeds (http://www.tomatofest.com). TomatoFest has revitalized the appreciation and desire for true heirloom tomatoes. Ibsens belief in sustainable, organic farming and seed saving has inspired him to develop and grow heirloom tomato varieties for more than 30 years. For the 2009 season, he, and his partner Dagma Lacey, are growing more than 600 varieties of certified organic, heirloom tomatoes from seeds originally sourced from family farms around the world. Their hands-on tomato production and seed harvest techniques ensure the highest quality product and help ensure that these precious heirloom tomato varieties will be sustained for years to come. In 2008 Ibsen retired from 18 years of producing the nationally celebrated Carmel TomatoFest event in Carmel CA. Through their TomatoFest Seed Donation Program, TomatoFest Garden Seeds has been donating heirloom tomato seeds to more than 250 urban garden projects, school gardens, community outreach gardens around the U.S., India, Africa, Europe, China.
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Source Nation!! We have another great episode planned for Healthy Cooking with Chef Oliver. Take a look at the dish Chef Oliver will create tomorrow night. Eggplant, Mozzarella, Prosciutto, Asparagus, Basil, in Roasted Tomato Sauce.
In the second hour Dr. Julissa and I will discuss parasites being found in the human body. Take a look down below at this startling fact.
It’s been found that humans can be hosts to OVER 130 types of parasites. A staggering close to 90% of people in the US have had parasites at some point in their lives. And over 52 million children in the US are infected. As many as close to 25% of parents become infected by parasites by catching it from their own children.
Sauce the way your grandma made it! About a year ago, Matt Gallira founded The Atlantic Ave Co., an artisanal sauce company. All products share hand-crafted qualities: small batch sauces start with fresh herb-infused organic extra virgin olive oil, San Marzano tomatoes, Cabernet Sauvignon, and carefully sourced ingredients like hand-made Pancetta and imported Porcini mushrooms. After quitting his job as a financial services recruit in Boston, Matt came home to NJ to make sauce. “... I guess one day I got enough compliments from it that I thought maybe I could do this professionally.” He began by selling gift baskets and jars on Black Friday at the Garden State Plaza Mall. Matt says the problem with sauce in grocery stores is their industrial production. Companies mass produce sauce by passing very hot steam through the ingredients instead of cooking them. But the difficulties of giving artisanal care to large amounts of sauce are apparent. “At a certain point this sauce needs to slow cook for two and a half hours. That’s why no one makes it this way… it’s hard to scale up.” This is the 2nd of a 3-part series on food entrepreneurs. “What do you need to start a business? Three simple things: know your product better than anyone, know your customer, and have a burning desire to succeed,” said Dave Thomas, Founder of Wendy’s. An entrepreneur is someone who sees an opportunity, sizes up its value, and finds the resources to make it work. Entrepreneurs are typically innovators introducing something new to the marketplace, putting a different spin on a product – and willing to take a risk for their success. Find out from Matt what it took to launch his product. After the interview, check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
Because Jamie Oliver’s food programs originated in England, the question is, are kids there now choosing to eat healthier foods? If not, what is turning kids on to better-for- you meals there? Or, are they eating them at all? What about the school lunch programs – have they improved? Or, are moms in the United Kingdom dealing with the same struggles of how to feed kids as we do in the United States? Our guest, Katharine Tate, known as “The Food Teacher,” is a qualified teacher, nutritional therapist and “mum” who has worked with children in schools located in the UK, New Zealand and Hong Kong. She’ll tell us about food programs that do work, such as educating parents, “Cookery Schools” and inspirational Head Teachers. Judging from her recipes and family health tips, Katharine is innovative while focusing on nutrition, well-being and fresh and flavor-filled recipes that appeal to the whole family. These include: Citrus Mango Coco Bites (dairy free), Cinnamon Apple & Vanilla Cashew Cream (Dairy Free), Cauliflower Rice, gluten free/no added sugar chocolate brownies, Tomato & Lentil Soup (winter is coming), Parsnip Hummus… just a few of her treasure chest of delicious healthy ones kids will eat!
Come into our Family Food Experts Kitchen with Katharine, Carolina and me as we take you on a trip to England for some great food ideas for kids! Thursday, 1pm ET, on W4WN.com and W4CY.com.
Welcome To Grilliant Ideas Radio! It's All About Food, Fun and Friends with Some Entertainment and Lots Of Laughs Thrown In!
This week we have two Super Guests!
Our first guest is Martha Boneta of ParisBarns Virginia!
Martha is a Family Farmer in Paris VA. "A Tomato Lover's Paradise" (64 acres called "Liberty Farm")
Martha went up against the government in Faulkner County VA to save the Family Farm and was instrumental in bringing the passage of the Boneta Bill "Freedom To Farm". We will talk about what happened to Martha and her farm and how she beat back "Big Brother" to save the Family Farms in VA!
Our musical guest is Michael-Ann http://www.michaelannmusic.com
Michael Ann's music is a cross between cool country and bluegrass and we look forward to her joining us on the show to talk about her music and her CD "Heavy Load".
Laury and Grilliant will be talking about Food News as usual...with their own special commentary while Brian "The Wine Czar" takes a much needed vacation. He won't be able to defend himself this week!
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Chef Oliver - 6:00pm
Source Nation!!! What's cooking this evening? Chef Oliver's preparing a trio of bruschetta...tomato basil, peaches and berries, and herbs and beans. Another amazing dish that's healthy and budget friendly.
Dr. Julissa - Source Radio Network Resident Naturopathic Doctor 7:00pm
Did you know there are 11 Reasons Why Dehydration is Making You Fat and Sick. Tune in as Dr. Julissa and I discuss this very important topic. Take a look down below for statistics:
If you could point to the very first thing that determined your health and wellness, it might be water. Or more specifically, drinking enough of it. Depending on your weight and age, the amount
of water in the human body ranges from 50-75%. The average adult human body is 50-65% water, averaging around 57-60%. The percentage of water in infants is much higher, typically around 75-78% water,
dropping to 65% by one year of age.
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