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Adam Gertler is a cook, entertainer, and full time food enthusiast who first gained national attention as a finalist on Food Network’s hit series, The Next Food Network Star. Adam developed a true passion for barbecue while in college and began experimenting with unique ideas and recipes while catering for friends and family. He soon helped bring barbecue to Philadelphia as the executive chef of The Smoked Joint. Adam recently turned his passion for sausage-making into “Gertler’s Wurst," a collection of uniquely flavored hand-crafted sausages which will be featured at Dog Haus restaurants and Costco stores on selected regions.
Adam has hosted two primetime Food Network shows, Will Work For Food, and Kid in a Candy Store and is a regular contributor on The Best Thing I Ever Ate. Besides hosting Food Bites on Cooking Channel's YouTube station, he is debuting a late-night competition show on June 10th on Destination America.
TODD KLIMAN is the food and wine editor and restaurant critic of 'The Washingtonian'magazine. He is the recipient of a James Beard Award for his writing, and his work has appeared in 'The New Yorker,' 'Harper's,'' and 'National Geographic,' among others. He is the author of "The Wild Vine: A Forgotten Grape and the Untold Story of American Wine.
ADAM GERTLER is a cook, an entertainer and a full-time food enthusiast. As the charismatic star of Food Network’s "Kid in a Candy Store" and "Will Work for Food," his playful sense of humor and willingness to do anything for a great meal earned him fans across the country. He has also appeared on "The Best Thing I Ever Ate," "Chefs vs. City," and the upcoming "The Best Thing I Ever Made," and was a finalist on Season Four of Food Network’s breakaway hit "The Next Food Network Star." The popular Adam returns to Art of Living to update us on his newest venture, a web-based series for Cooking Channel called "Food Bites," a hilarious review on "all things food on TV and the Web." "Gertler's Wurst," an online sausage company, his pop-up dining and upcoming "Gertler's Kitchen" restaurant plans. http://adamgertler.com
JEFF SIEGEL, our resident and favorite "Wine Curmudgeon," award-winning wine writer and authoris back to talk about our favorite grape beverage, and share a big announcement with all of us.http://www.winecurmudgeon.com/
Join serial entrepreneur Vicki Fitch for He Said Red Said, a podcast that discusses social media, business, entrepreneurship and has a blast while doing it.
On this special episode of "He Said, Red Said", Vicki is joined by special guest Adam Nally. Adam is a no non-sense Family Physician, Obesity Specialist & Health Policy Fellow with special interest in the diseases of civilization.
Adam Nally can be reached via Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/docmuscles and online at http://www.docmuscles.com
Adam S. Nally, D.O., is the go-to no-nonsense community-based physician providing practical weight management & general medical health through ketogenic, low-carbohydrate, and paleolithic lifestyles combined with a cutting edge medical approach.
Learn more about "He Said, Red Said" at our website http://www.hesaidredsaid.com and visit Vicki's main website at http://www.vickifitch.com
Adam Tomlinson studied political science and archaeology (which included a 6 week dig in Cyprus) at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Canada; law (as well as rowing) at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver; then script writing at Humber College in Toronto. Writing lead to stand up comedy then acting where he played various villains on SyFy's hidden camera series Scare Tactics. Adam Tomlinson wrote and produced the feature narrative film The Shadow Man which is based on real-world “shadow people”, a topic he has studied extensively focusing on any line of inquiry- often scientific- that might help us understand the inexplicable phenomenon."
And website: themanintheshadows.ca
This week, Thursday Night Thunder with host Adam Sinclair (@faborplumbs) and co-host Mykkal Mulalley (@Mykkal61) opens their discussion of modern mtorsports with a review of this past weekend's action at Ephrata Raceway Park, which featured the debut of the Speedway Digest Thursday Night Thunder Mustang. We also dive head first into the recent controversies involving NASCAR, briefly review the IndyCar action at Barber, the NHRA 4-wide Nationals, and more.
Tune in for another exciting hour of high octane motorsports mayhem!
Adam’s debut album “Just the Beginning” will be coming soon. The first single drops February 22 and the street date of the album is March 15. This project has been 7 years in the making and features many of the artists he has been working with the past several years including Brian Culbertson, Euge Groove, Gerald Albright, Michael Lington, Eric Darius, Greg Manning, L. Young, and Tracy Carter. He currently has a funding campaign running on gofundme.com/adamhawleymusic where you can preorder the cd or participate in many other packages to be a part of the process, check it out!
Guitarist Adam Hawley’s debut album “Just the Beginning” has been 7 years in the making and features many of the artists he has been working with the past several years including Brian Culbertson, Euge Groove, Gerald Albright, Michael Lington, Eric Darius, Greg Manning, L. Young, and Tracy Carter.
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Filmmaker Adam Shell discusses Pursuing Happiness, his inspiring new documentary. What is the secret to actually finding happiness? The film follows Shell and producer Nicholas Kraft across the country where they talk to remarkable people who radiate genuine happiness. Every story shows a different struggle and a different triumph as artists, public servants, parents, and dreamers show the world what makes them happy – and how that happiness has a remarkable impact on the people and their communities. Featuring testimony from experts in the field of mindfulness, psychology, art, sociology, religion, and cultural studies, Pursuing Happiness brought Shell into contact with the worldwide happiness movement. After successful screenings at several film festivals (which lead to an appearance for Shell at the United Nations and on The Today Show), the film is scheduled to open in select theatres on March 20, designated as International Happiness Day, and will be released on demand and streaming services throughout 2016. Shell and Kraft also worked together on two previous documentaries, Put the Camera on Me and Finding Kraftland.
On this lunch hour edition of Devils Daily, Jeff O'Connor and Dave Turner dive into the career of Adam Larsson. Was he worthy of the number four pick in the 2011 entry draft.
The Vezina finalists have been released and one of the notable omissions is Cory Schneider. Did he deserve a nod?
All that and more, with of course, your calls.
This week, Thursday Night Thunder with host Adam Sinclair (@faborplumbs) and co-host Mykkal Mulalley (@Mykkal61) are ready to go truckin' with NASCAR Camping World Truck Series rising star Kaz Grala, and former ARCA RACING SERIES and Truck Series driver Alli Owens..