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  • 00:15

    Essential Oils: Adding Zest to your Spice Drawer

    in Health

    Amy Aubry shares her personal journey into the world of essential oils. 

    This week we are talking about essential oils and cooking. On yesterday’s show Amy shared her favorite hot beverage and essential oil recipes. From hot chocolate with peppermint essential oil to lavender infused coffee and even egg nog milk with nutmeg and cinnamon. 

    On today’s show we’re talking about how essential oils can be used to zest up your spice drawer.

    *Amy and Jennifer are Independent Distributors for Young Living. All personal experiences with essential oils and opinions expressed are our own and in no way reflective of Young Living. Consult with an aromatherapy professional to learn if essential oils are right for you.

  • 00:15

    Get Healthy Now with Denise Thomson, Bread Recipe

    in Health

    Good morning and welcome to Get Healthy Now with Denise Thomson, Founder and CEO of Miclknight. I am an Educator, Speaker, Radio Show Host, Author and a full-circle Health Coach.


    Today’s topic: Recipes

    original bread recipe:

    4 cups flour

    2 eggs 

    2 tsp salt

    2 tsp Fleishman’s dry yeast

    2 Tbl sugar

    12 oz lukewarm liquid

    Second version:

    3 cups flour

    ½ cup oats

    ½ cup rye flour

    Third version: same as 2

    6 scoops flax seed meal

    13 Tbl water = 2/3 cup  

    Fourth version

    3 cups bread flour

    ½ cup oats

    1/2 cup coconut flour

    ½ cup ground up avocado seeds 

    Fifth version: divide into 4, roll out each piece, then sprinkle some cinnamon, brown sugar, raisins and a cut up fruit on flat piece, roll up, put back into pan but without the hook. Do this with all 4 pieces. Push it all down a bit, close lid, then set on 80 min bake.

    Due to high blood pressure I have been leaving the salt out. We don’t need a preservative, as we cut the bread into slices when it’s cold and freeze it so it stays fresh. Put it in the toaster when ready to eat and it tastes like fresh out of the oven again!

    Let me know how your bread turned out!

    Gift: www.thomson.enagicweb.com   use this water

    Contact info: www.miclknight.com




    Until next week! Stay Healthy and Empowered!

  • 01:35

    TheKeys107: Healthy Drinks for a Healthy Life

    in Nutrition

    Master Herbalist Patrick Delves joins hosts Rafika and Brother James "Live Your Best Life: Healthy Drinks for a Healthy Life" series. Patrick will discuss the benefits and nutritional value of Healthy drinks such as: Ginger Beer, Sorrell, Mauby, Sour Sop, Peanut Punch, Okra punch, Sea Moss, and Carrot juice.  Included: the power of common spices: nutmeg, cinnamon, cayenne pepper, parsley, holy basil, tumeric, rosemary, thyme, and oregano. Lastly we will have a conversation about the famous Muslim Navy Bean Soup. Most of us will be amazed at the combined power and nutritional value that the tomato, oinion, garlic and the navy bean has to prevent and cure certain illnesses.

    The Keys 107 focuses on the 7 keys that open doors to endless possibilities in the pursuit of love, peace, and happiness. Each episode explores the 7 keys: spiritual, mental, physical, emotional, financial, art science & entertainment, and the social with emphasis on acts of kindness. It's our intention to invite guests who present information as we believe the 7 keys are the essential building blocks to help you get to the next level as you pursue love, peace, and happiness. Connect with us:

    Website: www.thekeys107network.com

  • 01:05

    Tanya IS Thankful! [Just in time for THANXGIVING!]

    in Entertainment

    TUH-NIGHT! On "TheMusicBox" with National Recording Artist Tanya Dallas-Lewis!

    I'M FEELING THANKFUL and just in time for Thanksgiving! LOL!

    Plus, [as always--like, FOR REAL-FOR REAL!] the BEST in gospel music by artists that you ACTUALLY know [wowsa!], news, interviews, updates, how-to's and so much more! 

    It's getting chilly in these parts of the country, so ya' girl has made some PUMPKIN BREAD MUFFINS from *scratch!* And YES--I'M SHARING!!!  Whipped topping comes with it, with a dash of cinnamon! MMM..mmm...YUMMY!

    -Tanya, Stellar/Dove Nominated Recording Artist


  • 00:31

    Actress Victorye Pulliam from movies Ride Along,and Baby Moma joins us

    in Entertainment

    Actress Victorye Pulliam from movies Ride Along, Trick or Treat on Murder ST, By Any other Name  ,and Baby Moma joins us.  Ms. Pulliam has several movie,  theatre, and TV/commercial projects on her resume and is also interested in becoming a comedic actress.   Victorye has played Benetha in the play "The Raisin in the Sun" at Columbia College Theatre, and the Angel of Death in the play, "Marisol" also at Columbia college Theatre.   She will be here to talk about her latest projects. 


  • 01:00

    Top 10 Most Underrated Songs of the 70's and 80's

    in Comedy

    They didn't get enough airplay.  While the radio stations were vomiting classics like "Wake Me Up, Before You Go Go", these songs seemed to fall into the .50 bin at the back of your local K-Mart.  Or maybe we're just biased and like our music best.  Who cares?!  Join Shamy and Cinnamon as we enjoy some of these not so freshly squeezed tunes.

  • 00:25

    Simple Empowering ways to use Crystals in your daily life.

    in Spirituality

    Crystals can be a powerful tool as an appendage or accompaniment to YOUR EMPOWERMENT.

    Calming essential oils: lavender

    Stimulating essential oils: cinnamon, peppermint, black pepper, lemon, orange....

    much gratitude

    Zen          www.aryatara.net                  peace@aryatara.net

  • 00:23

    Obie Award Winning Actress Jessica Frances Dukes stops by

    in Entertainment

    Obie Award Winning Actress Jessica Frances Dukes talks about her appearance on CBS' The Good Wife and work in A Raisin In The Sun: Revisited on PBS. Dial 347.884.8997 to speak with the guest or the host. Listen to Jessica's interview about playing Beneatha from A Raisin in the Sun by clicking here. Watch a scene from the stage play Bootycandy by clicking here.

    From Jessica's Website: http://jessicafrancesdukes.com/live/bio 

    [The] 2014/15 season started off with BOOTYCANDY at Playwrights Horizons in New York City Off Broadway for which Ms. Dukes won an Obie Award! After that she booked a co-star role in The Good Wife.

  • 00:46

    A Foodie's Guide to London

    in Travel

    Join Travel Brigade as we eat our way through London in an episode featuring the wide variety of dishes and drinks being served in 21st Century England. We’ll try adventurous Indian recipes at Cinnamon Kitchen, sample delicious Italian dishes at Carluccio’s and soak up the ambiance, cocktails and fabulous fare at The Fable Bar & Restaurant. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @TravelBrigade.

  • 00:30

    Thinking Outside the Cupboard

    in Food

    Deep into Creativity Bootcamp for October 2015, I'm looking for ways to shake things up a little in my creative life. There are a whole lot of things to do with herbs beyond growing and cooking with them - let's talk about a few! 

  • 01:00

    The Beaches of the Virgin Islands: St. John

    in Culture

    Most visitors and locals will agree that when it comes to beaches on St. John a 'good to best' scale just would not do. The scale for describing St. John's beaches is 'Great', 'Greater' and 'It's a secret so I am not telling anyone'. All beaches on St. John are open to the public. Beachfront property however, in many cases is private and a few popular beaches have hotels nearby. Respect private property when accessing beaches. It is illegal to collect shells from beaches in the Virgin Islands; shells are confiscated at airport customs. There are no clothing-optional beaches in the Virgin Islands.

    General Beach Information:

    Don’t feed marine life or sea birds. Food not naturally in their diet, like various human foods, can create health problems for these animals.

    All beaches in the U.S. Virgin Islands are open to the public. Beyond a beach's tree line however is typically private property.

    Resort beaches are open to the public; only some, however, rent chairs and water sports gear to non-guests.

    Swimming pools and similar resort amenities are typically reserved for registered-guests only.

    Protect yourself from the sun. Wear sun block, a hat and sunglasses.

    Sun, rum, and fun can spell dehydration; so drink plenty of water.

    There are no clothing optional beaches; public nudity is illegal.

    Removing shells and sand from beaches is illegal.

    Courtesy of www.VINow.com/StJohn/Beaches_stj/