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TwoHealthyKichens.com is the brainchild between mom friends Shelley and Gretchen (no last names required – like Madonna). These self-proclaimed foodies love a delicious, nutritious meal, but they know how to get it done in a hurry. That’s why we reached out for help during our 30-day Meals @ Home challenge.
An unintended consequence of the Meals @ Home challenge is I’m making better food choices. I enjoyed the conversation with the ladies of Two Healthy Kitchens because they shared how to spice up mealtime without spending your life in the kitchen. Tune in and be inspired!
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Welcome back our Guest from CNN's Melissa A. Kitchens from Georgia.
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Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith – publishers of GardenGossipMagazine.com, for Day 2 of Big Blend Radio’s Home & Garden Expo, airing live from the Holiday Day Inn Express in Mill Valley, CA, as part of the Big Blend Spirit of America Tour of all 401 National Park units.
Featured Topics, Guests & Segments
- Porterville Iris Festival - Donnette Silva Carter, Porterville Chamber of Commerce in CA
- Pollinating Plants – Bill Whaley ‘Mr Vegibee’, creator of Vegibee Sonic Pollinators
- Home Lighting – Interior designer Corena Lea Kessel, Design Wise San Diego
- Vacation Homes – Tracy Billeb & Tish Fulton – ReMax Yosemite Gold
- Kitchens – Cooking and wine experts, Howard & Ruth Milstein, author ‘Cooking with Love: Ventures Into the New Israeli Cuisine’
Our guest for today's show is Melissa Kitchens. She worked for CNN for 22 years as the Senior Audio Designer. Originally from Georgia, she has sent meals and cakes to over 25 states and has a goal to send them to all states, we here at Flavor living wish her luck in reaching her goal.
Her pound cake is to be desired along with her Caramel Cake and toasted pecans, both are contest winners while during the busy holiday season she sells her fruit cakes. All her original recipes family tested and approved, handed down from her own family generations. Join us as we try to keep our sweet tooth under control.
Live inside the LampsPlus booth, watch on YouTube and Google+ as MyFixitUpLife talk show hosts Mark and Theresa take you inside the show.
You won't want to miss the unveiling of new innovations in lighting, and interviews with experts and celebrities about the hottest trends in kitchens, baths, and lighting.
Guests include designer Michael Murphy, Laurie March, Lauren Hunter, David Grey and Karl Mutchnik. And you never know who else will stop by.
Michael Murphy is an interior design and trends expert. He was the Supervising Producer on TV design guru Christopher Lowell's "Work That Room." Recently, he has completed projects with celebrity designer Kenneth Brown and fashion icon Heidi Klum. Follow Michael on Google+
“Interior Design is about using what you LOVE; COLOR dramatically changes everything; and GREAT STYLE doesn't have to cost a fortune.”
Laurie March is the on-camera talent for HGTVRemodels, host of "Good to Know' for CookingChanneltv.com, and has worked on more than 50 homes and 100s of projects.
David Gray from LampsPlus is sharing lighting trends and simple tips that designers and builders can use in projects to make customers delighted.
"The perfect living room should include seating for a dog too! :) Dogs Make the Best Accessories."
Karl Mutchnik is the solutions manager for Trane, which offers energy-efficient heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems that save homeowners money.
Our guests this morning are Tim Ahrens, Michael Cardenas and Scott Alevy.
Tim is the Director of Operations for The Rockefeller for both the Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach locations. He was born and raised in sunny Palm Desert California and began his restaurant adventure at the age of 15 when he got his first job as a host at a local restaurant.
Returning guest, Scott Alevy, is Manager of Operations for Car2Go. Car2Go, a division of Daimler Mercedes Benz USA, provides a unique, effective and sustainable car-sharing option, with point-to-point, by-the-minute rentals of "Smart for Two" cars.
Michael Cardenas was born and raised in Yokosuka, Japan. Following his graduation from the Benihana Chef School in New Orleans, Michael spent his early career as a teppan chef. After working six years in various kitchens in San Diego and at the age of 26 years old, he was recruited by Teru Sushi in Studio City to be General Manager of the restaurant operation.
So once again, Joe and I get to talk about one of our favorite subjects – food. This morning, we’re going to hear all about DINE MB which takes place the week of January 25 through January 30.
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The 2015 Pantone color of the year is Marsala, and we're wondering why. Let's talk.
This year, we're not quite sure. So we're talking through the Pantone color of the year choice Marsala with some of our favorite color and design experts this week on MyFixitUpLife talk LIVE!
We'll be talking about how the Pantone color of the year selected, why was Marsala selected for 2015, and if Marsala is going to affect what we're doing in home decor and interior design.
Amy Wax is an artist and experienced color consultant, recognized for her expertise in the world of color and design. Her first book, Can’t Fail Color Schemes is a nationally recognized bestseller on interior and exterior color ideas. Amy is also the creator of the award winning Color911 app, which many have recognized as a "Must-Have" app for color help and inspiration!
Kelly Morisseau is a designer for a residential design/build firm in Northern California, and a writer and author who has been specializing in kitchens and bath for more than 25 years. She's also the author of a guidebook for avoiding common kitchen design mistakes, Kelly’s Kitchen Sync,
Lori Sawaya is a color strategist and International Association of Color Consultants and Designers North America (IACC-NA) certified color expert specializing in architectural color consultation and color order systems. Lori is the author of Color Secrets Unlocked and the founder of the #colorchat on Twitter.
Virginia DesRoches is an interior artist and the host of "Blank Canvas" a webshow that shows you how to make over any room into a Vibrant, Striking space.
Bill Pullman joins host Robin Milling celebrating the 5th Anniversary show of Let's Do Lunch! at Urbo in the heart of Times Square. Just a couple of blocks west, Bill is starring in The New Group's Sticks and Bones at The Pershing Square Signature Center Theater. The play by David Rabe focuses on the devastating toll war can take on a family, and how they deal with their son returning home from the war.
Bill tells Robin of his affinity to the military and the intensity of the play, sharing a dressing room with co-star Richard Chamberlain, and his affection for the rest of the cast featuring Holly Hunter, Ben Schnetzer, Raviv Ullman, Nadia Gan and Morocco Omari.
The conversation with Bill is always delightful, as we discussed everything from his musical family, his adventures in Norway as he's on his way to star in Othello, with his friend and director Stein Winge, his next bow on Broadway, and of course the sequel to Independence Day.
Lunch at Urbo (named for Urban Bohemian), a two-story restaurant featuring an eclectic menu and warm dining with open kitchens was a delicious Chef's Sushi Platter, Autumn Vegetable Bisque and Goat Cheese Ravioli. Urbo not only offers delicious cuisine, but is a great space for events, featuring live music upstairs. Visit http://urbonyc.com
Originally from India, Chef Maneet Chauhan earned a bachelor's degree from India's top hotel management school, The Welcome Group Graduate School of Hotel Management and then interned at some of India's finest hotels and kitchens, including the Taj Group, Oberoi Hotels and Le Meridian. She continued her culinary education in 1998 by enrolling in the CIA's baking and pastry arts associate degree program graduating with top honors, while earning numerous service and scholastic achievement awards.
She started her career working for a family owned, fine-dining Indian restaurant in Cherry Hill, NJ before moving to Chicago to rise above 40 male chefs and be chosen as the opening Executive Chef at Vermillion, a Latin-Indian fusion restaurant. She also was the opening chef at Vermillion in NYC and during her tenure at the restaurant, earned many accolades including best import to New York City by Time Out Magazine.
After eight years Chef Maneet branched off on her own founding India culinaire, an avant-garde culinary and hospitality company. She was the only Indian female competitor on The Iron Chef and is now a judge on Food Network’s hit show Chopped. The show was nominated for a Critic’s Choice award and earned her a James Beard Award for Excellence. She has tremendous zest and has just opened a restaurant in Nashville, apart from embarking on a 21-city book tour promoting her new book Flavors of My World.
Listen to Chef Maneet in conversation with MR Rangaswami as she discusses her life, her successes and the hardships of rising to the top of a competitive industry.
Apartment design How do you create a gorgeous space in a rental? We're gathering renter design ideas from design experts Alison Victoria and Kim Myles.
When you can't turn to the paint department at your local home improvement center to update a space, what can you do to makeover your space? There are tons of other easy ways to personalize a space, and we're digging in to share our favorite easy renter design ideas with you.
We're talking easy rental design tips with DIY Network's Alison Victoria, who not only crashes and makes-over kitchens for contributors on 'Kitchen Crashers,' she's a designer working in both Chicago and Las Vegas. Seemingly always on-the-move Alison has tons of unique ideas to make the most of any space you are inhabiting, whether for a weekend, a year, or your entire life.
We're also lucky ducks to have the 2007 winner of HGTV’s ‘Design Star’, Kim Myles sharing tips on renter design ideas. She helmed her eponymous home makeover show ‘Myles of Style’ for three seasons, and continues to appear as a host and designer on shows like ‘HGTV’d’ and ‘America’s Biggest Yard Sale’.
Guest Arianne Bellizaire also is sharing her take on easy design solutions for apartments. Through her Inspired to Style blog. the Baton Rouge-based designer empowers her readers to combine solid design principles with intuition to create spaces that reflect their own personal style and individuality.
Rhoda Vickers is bringing her 'Southern Hospitality' to our show and sharing her take on thrifting and repurposing to find personal style and creativity.
The History of Christianity #63
Our History of Christianity Scripture verse today is 1 Corinthians 1:26-27 which reads: "For ye see your calling, brethren, how that not many wise men after the flesh, not many mighty, not many noble, are called: But God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise; and God hath chosen the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty."
Our History of Christianity quote today is from John Wesley. He said: "Do all the good you can. By all the means you can. In all the ways you can. In all the places you can. At all the times you can. To all the people you can. As long as ever you can."
Today, in the History of Christianity, we are looking at "Christian Life" (Part 1) from Dr. Justo L. Gonzalez's fine book, The Story of Christianity (Volume 1).
When telling the story of Christianity, one must always remember that the sources themselves are not a fair representation of all that was taking place. Since most of the surviving documents deal with the work and thought of the leaders of the church, or with persecution and conflicts with the state, there is always the tendancy to forget that these writings present only a partial picture, saying little of the life and faith of the rank and file, or of their religious practices. Furthermore, when one attempts to reconstruct the rest of the picture, one is faced with an almost total lack of sources, and must be content with piecing together bits of information.
The Social Origins of Early Christians
The pagan writer Celsus once complained that Christians were ignorant folk whose teaching took place, not in schools nor in open forums, but in kitchens, shops, and tanneries. Although the work of Christians such as Justin, Clement, and Origen would seem to belie Celsus' words, the fact remains that, in general, Celsus was telling the truth...
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