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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.
Need a new dish for Christmas; these are always a hit with everyone that tries
these Sit back, relax and have a listen.
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’
Like most American designers and remodelers, we're obsessed with kitchen and bathroom design trends. Here's what cooking this year.
We were lucky and honored for Formica Corporation to host our talk show at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show in Vegas. Surrounded by amazing designs from nature-inspired to bold graphics from Jonathan Adler's new collection with Formica Corporation, we talked with the trendsetters in kitchen and bathroom makeovers.
Guests on this episode include National Kitchen and Bath Association president Maria Stapperfenne, DIY Network's 'I Hate My Kitchen' host James Young, Amanda LeBlanc of Organized Living, president of Formica North America Mitch Quint, and Dan DiClerico from Consumer Reports.
If you want to know what the design insiders are predicting for trends this year, you'll want to tune into this episode.
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.
We are thrilled to talk with, 12-year-old, Trey Best and his friend & coach, David Kitchens. On February 14, 2015 at the Myrtle Beach Marathon, Trey ran a 4:08:34 Marathon; breaking the previous South Carolina state marathon record (12-13-year-old age group) by more than 32 minutes which was set back in 2012. We are excited to hear from David and Trey as they recap this exciting journey. And, I am sure Trey will let us know what his next goal is!
Robots Are Everywhere
Yes it is our second robot-themed show in as many weeks. But there's no keeping up with them. We could do a robot-themed show every day and we still wouldn't be able to keep up. Where are the robots now?
They are in our kitchens.
They are in our workplaces.
They are running hotels (or will be soon)
The are on the battlefield (or will be soon)
They are on the scene in disaster sites where no human could survive.
They are swarming in the air.
And very soon -- they are headed for the great beyond?
Are you ready for a world that is ARATT (all robots, all the time?) Tune in and explore.
in Self Help
Spring is here and Spring-cleaning comes to mind. Today we are talking about Spring-cleaning our lives, letting go, distressing our lives, and organizing our Lives with our great guest Christie Iurato. From the time she can remember, Christie has been transforming spaces everywhere she went. "It's this natural urge I've always had to make any space I'm in clean, clear and less cluttered. When I was a little girl, I remember going into my friends’ rooms and wanting to play organizing as a game! It was so fun for me and still is!” Years later, her friends started asking her to come to their homes and help with kids toys, clothes, kitchens and more and told her she should make a business out of this! Well, Christie took her friends advice seriously and founded her own organizing company in 2003.
Christie has organized and transformed hundreds of homes and offices over the past 10 years, has taken courses on counselling hoarders from Professional Hoarding Expert Cory Chalmers and has developed herself to be able to help people of all situations, backgrounds and diversities. Christie’s approach is very holistic, therapeutic, and helps bring people to a greater level of connection and appreciation for their home, offices and everything in them.
For more information, contact us at: http://YourLifeNow.info or email us at: YourLifeNow.email@example.com
My questionis is simple. Have we lost our way?
Why are there so many cruel humans in the world? Cruelty is shown from children , adults, leaders, etc. I thought that to be human you were bestowed with having the ability to be humane..
Is mankind, humanity a thing of the past?
Does that make the cold heart , mercilessness , hostile,callous being, "beast or animals"?
Today.....animals are more humane than humans.
Martha J Hart · South High, Pueblo, CO
Each time you reach out to someone with a smile or a kind word you are sending love out into the world. You can also help by giving your time at local food banks or soup kitchens, some people do nothing because they just do not understand that it starts with one and then it will snowball into millions: Start seeing our world as a beautiful place with kind and awesome people:
For the inaugural show of Hungry Goddess Eats Radio, #HGEATS Radio, you are invited to join me and Sara (Home Cooking Goddess) for a an hour of food for the ravenous soul!
Since Spring is here and Easter is fast approaching, we are going to be talking Spring ingredients and recipes, inspirations for Easter eggs and your Easter table, all the mouthwatering creation happening in the Goddess kitchens, and more!
Join us at 12 noon eastern on April 1 for an hour full of delicious!
We will be live-tweeting during our broadcasts on #HGEATS – listeners and tweeps can chat and ask questions during every broadcast!
Follow @HungryGoddess ~ @STeixido ~ @KimberlyFMoore and use #HGEATS hashtag to chat!
Hungry Goddess Eats Radio is a live Blogtalk Radio Show that happens every other week. The show is hosted by Kimberly F. Moore (The Hungry Goddess Herself) and Sara Teixido (The Home Cooking Goddess). Each episode features special foodie guests, ingredient and recipe tips for the season, kitchen finds and tools, and more. You can tune in live or listen to the archives listed on the Hungry Goddess Eats Radio schedule page. Kimberly and Sara are food writers, recipe creators and share a passion for all things edible. Check out all of their delicious recipes on HungryGoddess.com! Tune in for serious Food for the Ravenous Soul!
Hr1 What if a gay baker refused to bake a cake for my couple’s church group? Or a Bakery owned by Muslims refused to make me bacon wrapped puff pastries for my church event? Can I sue?
Xander Gibb of XANDERMONIUM joins Joe to discuss Indiana’s new law. Xander is an openly gay conservative talk show host who came on to have an open, honest conversation about the TRUTH behind Indiana’s new law.
Hr2 COLLEGE CAMPUS CRAZIES - Xander Gibb finishes up with Joe to discuss real effect from Indiana law.
Nasty Listener comments.
Did you know Indiana Law and Federal law almost identical.
That was passed almost 100% of both houses run by Democrats how bad could it be?
Guns should be taken away from WHITE men only… so we can be safer!
College says TeePees are offensive… So NO replicas Really!
Hr3 There is a New Syndrome – Christian Privilege! Hows that working out for all those DEAD Christians
College campuses are exploding with stupidity.
Southern College Campus wants to change the names on building to eradicate and trace or reference to slavery.
Ahhh there SOUTHERN colleges How are you going to rid them of any reference to the SOUTH!
ANOTHER College has decided that the “free speech “ tunnel has to be censored to only have the PROPER free speech.
University of New Mexico want to have a Native American celebration day instead of Christopher Columbus day… Yup American’s Bad everyone else Good!
AND FEMALE Students protest an off campus sign suggesting that woman like kitchens more than men do… Hmmmm some of the greatest cooks are ………..!
Chef Ivan Flowers is the Five-Star Executive Chef of Top of the Market in San Diego, California. On this Eat, Drink & Be Merry segment, he chats with Big Blend Radio hosts Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith about keeping the momentum and balance in a busy kitchen, and his Warm Spring Salad that features fresh raw peas, piquillo peppers, king trumpet mushrooms, fresh baby spinach, and cooked asparagus. Chef Ivan Flowers is a frequent guest on Big Blend Radio. Watch for his Warm Spring Salad Recipe in the upcoming April issue of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine.
This interview originally aired on March 15, 2015, on Big Blend Radio's Champagne Sundays variety show!