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  • 01:00

    Brandin Cooks - The next big thing in Fantasy?

    in Sports


    Bucs want to use a rotation at running back  Charles Sims, know the name. 

    Le'Veon Bell is competing with Blount  Say what? 

    Zach Ertz compared to legends. Should he rise up your board? 

    Knowshon has bad knee injury - What will Lamar Miller do for an encore? 

    We launched our Surprise Top 5 QB this week. What did you think? 

    Plus, Chris Johnson talk, Zac Stacy and Eric Ebron, tonight on Red vs Blue. 

  • 02:00

    The Branden Johnson Show: Gumbo Mix

    in Food

    After eating all this good food for Thanksgiving of which many people celebrate for different reasons. I celebrate being thankful for what I have and how far I've come as a person. You may not celebrate this day and that's cool too. I do want to hear about recipes and good food to try for next year or during the Christmas Season. As a lover of food, I am encouraged by new recipes and different takes on old ones. No one cooks like my Aunt Madeline, Aunt Pearl Dean, My Dad Willie Joe, or my Mom Dru at baking. With all these great cooks and chefs in my life it will be hard to be me on several recipes that I plan to share with you. Heck! We may even talk about what you are grateful for to this point in 2015.

    Check out the Sagaponack Corn Pudding Recipe here!

  • 00:44

    Johnny Manziel, alcoholic unicorn

    in Sports

    Mind of Mansion Radio Episode 187: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion believes Johnny Manziel enthusiasts are clinging to a myth.

    The New York Attorney General seeking notoriety by attacking an embattled industry is the least surprising event in the history of government. 

    Given the political risks, are DFS blitzkrieg marketing tactics clever, arrogant, or ignorant? 

    Willie Snead is more Antonio Brown while Brandin Cooks is more Emmanuel Sanders. 

    2015 Jay Cutler is the best version of Jay Cutler yet. 

    Ben Watson and Gary Barnidge are top-10 old tight ends in the Year of the Old Man with some hidden dynasty value. 

    Darren McFadden exemplifies Wolff's Law in the NFL.

    Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com

  • 00:41

    FFMVP: Charcandrick for President!

    in Sports

    The boys examine slow starts from Eddie Lacy, Peyton Manning, CJ Anderson, and Brandin Cooks, and tell you some potential players to pickup and start over these duds.

  • 00:30

    How Are We to Inject Gratitude into the Spiritual Void Thanksgiving Has Become?

    in Spirituality

    How grateful and exicted are turkeys for Thanksgiving to you think? :)... 

    We've rather largely lost our way, bit by bit, with a myopic fascination with food as the defining moment of what now consititues our Thanksgiving haven't we?  

    But, this deficit of heart is beginning to take its toll in the sensibilites of more and more people as they reflect how unfilling this holiday can end up being at the end of the day when our guests can't leave quickly enough after the food has been eaten. 

    I've been in some homes where the feast is more like an in-home fast food feast and in a blink of the eye the cooks are abandoned, the relationship time together goes up in a puff of tail--pipe smoke as the cars speed away to the malls. Anti-climatic, indeed!

    Days of preparation. Feasting. And everyone sticking their face into their cell phones and rushing off to the nearest and biggest sale of their desires for getting something for a deal. And there the chefs and company experience an anticlimatic event. 

    The heart of visiting and sharing our company, stories, and being drifts away from the hearth of our homes and enters the competition for goods. Is that becomeing an unappealing feeling-experience for you... more empty, dissapointing, useless than something to celebrate and something more along the lines of a hefty investment of time with a disproprtionate return (ROI sucks)? 

    When the preparation far outweighs the event, it fails to excite and satisfy in the same deligthful manner. Let's visit a warm hearth together and consider ways we can return our families to a Thanksgiving that feeds our belly and our Souls!

    Join us, Sharon Quinn and Will Gable

  • 00:52

    Chopped Junior Champion Daniel Kligmann

    in Writing

    Daniel is the 10th of 12 children. He is homeschooled and in 9th grade.

    He is a Master Sergeant in Civil Air Patrol, where he is first sergeant of his squadron and was just chosen last week to represent his squadron with 2 others in a joint American and Canadian exercise which happened this last weekend.

    He owns Salt Lake Catering Company with his brother and has a growing business there. He also cooks and serves with the homeless ministry at his church on a regular basis.

  • 00:30

    Annie Mahon: Mindful Eating

    in Relationships

    In THINGS I DID WHEN I WAS HANGRY: Navigating a Peaceful Relationship with Food, Annie Mahon shares her journey toward a healthy and mindful relationship with food. After years of struggling with negative body image, eating disorders, and food-related anxiety, Annie tells a story we all know of growing up in a culture that constantly pressures us to be thinner while simultaneously encouraging us to eat more.

    Today we’re going to talk about how to apply mindfulness practices to change the way you eat, cooks, and think about food for the better. Annie’s story serves as a guide for anyone who is searching for a healthier and more mindful relationship with eating. Her website is www.rawindfulness.com.

  • 00:20

    Soul Food – a conversation about soul food and why most dislike food?

    in Pop Culture

    According to some sources, the term may have first been used in 1962 by civil rights activist and poet Amiri Baraka. 1962 was the same year that Sylvia Woods opened her now-famous Harlem restaurant Sylvia’s; today, Sylvia is known by many as “the Queen of Soul Food.” Soul food restaurants and cookbooks continued to be popular through the ’70s.

    The Food

    Soul food is basic, down-home cooking with its roots in the rural South. The principle staples of soul food cooking are beans, greens, cornmeal (used in cornbread, hush puppies, johnnycakes, and as a coating for fried fish), and pork. Pork has an almost limitless number of uses in soul food. Many parts of the pig are used, like pigs’ feet, ham hocks, pig ears, hog jowl, and chitlins. Pork fat is used for frying and as an ingredient in slowly-cooked greens. Sweet, cold drinks are always a favorite.

    “Soul” or “Southern?”

    To a lot of people, all that just sounds like a description of Southern food. The distinctions between soul and Southern are hard to make. In his 1969 Soul Food Cookbook, Bob Jeffries summed it up thusly: “While all soul food is southern food, not all southern food is ‘soul.’ Soul food cooking is an example of how really good southern Negro cooks cooked with what they had available to them.”

    Soul food has its roots in slavery, when African Americans had to make do with whatever food was available to them. For the next hundred years after the abolition of slavery, most African Americans lived in poverty, so recipes continued to make use of cheaper ingredients. Of course, this isn’t entirely a black/white issue.


  • 00:30

    Author Isiko Cooks aka Peter Mack talks #Filthy on #ConversationsLIVE

    in Books

    Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Isiko Cooks aka Peter Mack to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his journey to writing, what it's been like to see the way his words have affected others and the response to his newest book FILTHY.

  • 02:00

    Computer America - News; Kitchology

    in Technology

    Computer America

    Hour one: News, brought to you by Slimware Utilities!

    Craig and Ben do Computer and Technology News, brought to you by Slimware Utilities, the Official Optimization Software of Computer America, and answer your computer questions!


    Hour two: Kitchology.  Iris Sherman, Co-Founder and President of Kitchology

    Kitchology is about overcoming food allergies through the power of technology and community. Their thesis is that 1) when food is the problem, the cook is the solution and 2) as there is power in numbers, ten cooks are stronger than just one cook. Kitchology puts cooks at the center of their design to make cooking social as a means to deal with special dietary needs. Using powerful tools, cooks plan and build recipe collections that account for food allergies/intolerances, diets, preparation time, and ingredients they love. Based on their profile, Kitchology automatically provides ingredient substitutions, integrating flavor management and nutritional content. Kitchology encourages cooks to share their insight, discover and follow other cooks “foodprints".

  • 01:39

    The Sunday Morning Brunch

    in Sports

    The kitchen is open with the cornerstone show of Sport City that started everything!  Welcome to the Sunday Morning Brunch everyone!  The Sports weekend starts off with a lot of fireworks and unbeatens in the College Football world falling as well as the boxing world watches one of the more notable names hang em' up after his defeat as well.  Is it Ezekiel Elliott as the favorite for the Heisman now after Leonard Fournette and Travone Boykin both fall with bad performances by the two of them?  Come on down the the Kitchen we got everything your Sport heart desires.  Join Rhodri Jones aka The Welsh Dragon, Chandler Knight aka Nostradamus, Ignacio Silva aka Nacho and TP Tymeless bka Tyrone Powell as we get the best sports talk around the World Wide Web brought to you directly from the COOKS!  Tell a friend to tell a friend that its the Sport City Chefs AGAIN!!!  If they don't know....................... NOW THEY KNOW!!!!!!!!!!!