• 01:02

    PAIRED: Summer Heirloom tomatoes & wine with guest Laura Taylor, Tomato Matters

    in Food

    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.

  • 00:30

    Recipes with Tomato and Basil

    in Cooking

    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.

  • 00:51

    Tomato Season with a Cause

    in Food

    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.

  • 01:00

    Overcoming Challenges

    in Education

    We will discuss how to overcome challenges and achieve a successful outcome.


    As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Tomato Chicken Fettuccine, and the "adventure" recipe will be Seafood Stew.


     


     


     

  • 00:59

    Education

    in Education

    We will discuss how participant education levels impact the group dynamic.


    As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Tomato Chicken Fettuccine, and the "adventure" recipe will be Seafood Stew.

  • 01:02

    Complex Thinking

    in Education

    We will discuss how to lead our group participants through the complex thought process necessary to reach consensus and a successful outcome.


    As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Tomato and Chicken Fettuccine, and the "adventure" recipe will be Jambalaya.

  • 01:23

    Eat, Drink and Be Merry

    in Cooking

    Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith – publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for this episode of Big Blend Radio’s EAT, DRINK and BE MERRY show, airing live form the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona. Featured guests:
    - Chef Ivan Flowers, the Five Star Executive Chef of Top of the Market in San Diego, CA discusses using fresh herbs in cooking, and shares his recipe for Tomato Confit with Thyme.
    - Howard & Ruth Milstein, husband-wife food and wine experts, with Ruth the author of 'Cooking with Love: Ventures Into The New Israeli Cuisine', discuss wine storage, serving wine, and wine tasting parties.

  • 00:50

    Grow Your Own Food Summit! on We Grow Ours

    in Education

    Grow Your Own Food Summit!
    We Grow Ours
    on American Preppers Radio 
    Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/


    Imagine being able to put a fresh strawberry in your morning smoothie without worrying about all the chemicals it’s been soaked in before you even touched it. Can you already taste the sweet and tangy homegrown tomato that you just added to your salad or made into dinner’s pasta sauce? Or maybe you’re simply looking forward to spending more time outside, teaching the kids about nature and nutritious vegetables, and watching them become excited about eating their salad and squash.


    Read More HERE: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/2015/02/16/grow-food-summit/ 


    Tags: American Preppers Radio, Prepper Broadcasting

  • 01:00

    How To Grow The Perfect Heirloom Tomato

    in Environment

    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.

  • 02:04

    Get Your Health up- Are you taking care of Yourself ?

    in Health

    Turmeric has incredible anti-inflammatory properties. We likely all struggle with some sort of inflammation in our bodies, so the more anti-inflammatory foods we can consume the better. Turmeric also helps improve immunity to colds and viruses, and it acts as a detoxifier that has a great impact on liver health.


    How to enjoy it: Turmeric works great in curry recipes and pairs well with citrus flavors. I like to season my soups and sometimes stir fries with turmeric. It also pairs well with eggs, or you can mix it into tomato sauce.


    Kale is already a well-known superfood. Kale is packed with vitamin K, a cancer preventative, vitamin A, wonderful for vision, and is loaded with iron, important for blood health. It also has plenty of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. It acts as a great detoxifier for the body and supports liver health. Additionally, it's high in calcium, which supports bone health.


    How to enjoy it: I love to sauté my kale with lemon juice and olive oil (the lemon helps your body absorb the iron); blend it into juices or smoothies, or bake it drizzled with olive oil at 400 degrees to make kale chips.


    Hemp seeds are a great vegan option for protein, as they contain all the essential amino acids our bodies need. They're also full of antioxidants from vitamin E, and are a great source of essential fatty acids, meaning they can act as an anti-inflammatory. Additionally, hemp seeds are high in fiber and contain calcium and magnesium.


    How to enjoy it: I sprinkle hemp seeds on everything. I love them on top of a smoothie, sprinkled them over my salads, and even use them on top of a stir-fry. They're the perfect addition to just about anything.

  • WebbWeaver Books Proudly Presents: Author Susie Cornfield

    in Books

    http://www.susiecornfield.com :


    RED ICE:


      In the third and concluding volume of the satirical sci-fi trilogy, The Chronicles of Dekaydence, Mother Nature quits God. God quits Heaven. Clowns invade Heaven. Meanwhile, back on earth, Will, Ruby Q and Piccolo pursue their dreams but experience nightmares. They now realise what the Phoenix knew all along - it's not climate change ruining the planet so much as greedy, corrupt adults such as those working for the Company of Dekaydence, under the control of the ruthless Lord di'Abalo. There's a killer chocolate cake on the loose, and a strange drug that erases most anyone who gets in the way of progress. Times, they are a changin' and getting darker by the day. There's a lost mother to encounter; justice for a murdered father; and time to admit a secret love. And then there's Colin, a wild crazy liz'oid addicted to tomato ketchup, that makes the metal critters, the haggoids, Cromarty and Ross, look like cuddly toys.

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