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Join Tamara Eckles founder of Jem of the South as she chats about easy, no-bake desserts that are perfect for the Summer months. She will be sharing what she stocks her pantry, refrigerator and freezers with to be Summer dessert ready. She will also be sharing great summer desserts ideas. Some topics she will cover include no-bake pies, ice cream, banana pudding, summer drinks and more. Don't miss Sunday's show & Discover Something Sweet!
On this episode of The Glenda Ramos Radio Show, Glenda discusses Lake Las Vegas located in Henderson, Nevada. Lake Las Vegas features a dessert oasis with panoramic views of the lake and mountains, Mediterreanean style villas, outdoor shops, golf courses, hotels, and luxury homes.
For more information, visit their homepage at http://www.lakelasvegas.com/.
Part 3 of 3: Originally Aired July 14, 2013
Dianne Linderman talks about gun ownership – is it a good idea to teach your kids about guns? Dianne also talks about unemployment in America.
Get Dianne's new Tapioca Torte recipe that is oh-so-delicious!
Find out more about Dianne Linderman on her website: http://www.everythingthatmattersradio.com/ and be sure to check out Dianne's cook book Everything That Matters in the Kitchen and Dianne's book series for entrepreneurial kids titled How to Become an Entrepreneurial Kid.
Vietnamese 3 Beans Dessert with Mr. Nghia - Huong Viet Restaurant - Tel: 973.667.0827 - Address: 358 Passaic Ave., Nutley, NJ 07110
Chè (Vietnamese pronunciation: [c?^]) is a Vietnamese term that refers to any traditional Vietnamese sweet beverage, dessert soup or pudding. Referred to colloquially as three color drink, varieties of Chè are made with mung beans, black-eyed peas, kidney beans, tapioca, mung bean, jelly (clear or grass), fruit (longan, mango, durian, lychee or jackfruit), and coconut cream.
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Dessert…dessert…dessert is what Halli is serving up Wednesday, March 27, 3 pm ET on The Halli Casser Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds. Yep, Halli and her guests will be talking about that satisfying, sinful, sensational, sometimes salty, sometimes sweet and always seductive special treat that is dessert. Joining Halli in the conversation three delicious and delectable guests including author, chef, TV and radio personality Alex Hitz; chef, author and personality Nathalie Dupree; and owner, founder and chef of one of the premier catering companies in North America, Soiree Catering and Events: the scrumptious and charming Mary Hataway.
Nathalie Dupree has sold over half a million copies of her cookbooks and has appeared on PBS, The Learning Channel and The Food Network. She has won two James Beard Awards. She is most famous for having started the New Southern Cooking movement.
Alex Hitz has made entertaining fun again. His new book is My Beverly Hills Kitchen: Classic Southern Cooking with a French Twist.
Chef Mary Hataway has been honored by many top tier publications including Vogue, Bon Appetit, Gourmet, and Wine Spectator as one of America's top female chefs. She she appeared on ABC's Good Morning America. Mary has catered events for luminaries such as Julia Child and the Emperor of Japan, Akihito.
How do you find your voice and express yourself when you are the youngest of seven children? The answer: You take a lifelong passion and turn it into a sweet, artistic success! Pastry Chef Padua Player is as dedicated as they come and he is serious about his desserts! Coming from humble beginnings and the home of a single parent, Chef Padua learned a lesson very early, in work ethic and tenacity. Chef Padua has been praised for his work by Vice President Biden, featured in The Washington Post, on TLC’s Platinum Weddings and was a competitor on Food Network’s Sweet Genius hosted by famed Pastry Chef, Ron Ben Israel. His latest victory includes winning The 2013 Capital Food Fight’s High Stakes Cake Battle in DC, hosted by Duff Goldman. Chef Padua has provided his sweet delicacies to countless singers, comedians and actors. He has also launched his line of signature dessert sauces and jams available now.
What are you waiting for? Got something you'd love to do, see, or be? Then do it now! At least take steps toward it right now. Even baby steps get you closer to living the life you most desire.
Tune into this episode and hear about "eating dessert" first...or at least nibbling at it whenever you can. Life is short - Savor it! Enjoy the good stuff now.
First there were the Restaurant Wars. Then all the various cooking wars, including dessert-only wars. Then – you had to see this coming – the Cupcake Wars. My guest this week is Jason Hisley, and you know from that show. He was a winner! At the time, he was head chef at the Flavor Cupcakery. Now he not only has his own store called La Cakerie, but he's a chain! He has one store in Mt. Vernon and another opening very soon in Towson.
None of this is by chance. After graduating with a BA in Baking and Pastry Arts – did you even know that degree existed! – he traveled Europe, finally earning a Pastry Certification from the Restaurant School in Vitznau, Switzerland. That training is what got him the work that led to Flavor Cupcakery and onto fame and Fortune on the Food Network, and then to his own stores.
La Cakerie has a much more extensive inventory than his award-winning cupcakes. It will have pies, pretzels, cakes of all kinds, shapes, and sizes, AND he can cater to any diet, be it gluten-free, vegan, or whatever.
Here's one of the really surprising things about this guy: He's only twenty-five. Sheesh! What's he going to have done by thirty?
Norrinda's love for her grandmother and mother's baking and desire to bring a modern bakery to Philadelphia's pastry scene that focused on taste as much as design (in the way old school bakeries used to) is what compelled her to "convince" her mother to open Brown Betty Dessert Boutique. Brown Betty Dessert Boutique is named after mother/grandmother, Elizabeth Ruth Hinton (friends and family call her either Betty or Liz). It is a good for us (and now you) that Betty's natural gift for baking rubbed off on her only daughter, Linda. Today, Linda and a team of meticulous bakers and creative decorators produce each delicious cake that Brown Betty makes.
A lawyer by day and round-the-clock entrepreneur, Norrinda Brown Hayat splits her time between Washington D.C. where she is an attorney with the federal government, and her hometown of Philadelphia where she runs the city’s most beloved bakery, Brown Betty Dessert Boutique.
Norrinda has been recognized as both an attorney and an entrepreneur. Just recently she was featured in the Philadelphia Business Journal. Brown Betty, which has been featured in local and national publications such as Philadelphia Magazine and O Magazine, was named the ‘#2 Bakery in the Country’ by TLC on their show, ‘Bodacious Bakeries’.
Norrinda can now add “author” to her list of professions that details the family’s history, photos, and recipes that, when mixed together, are the ingredients for her growing cupcake empire with The Brown Betty Cookbook
Transman Chris Trapani is the owner and chef of the food truck Urban Cowboy in Austin Texas. He competed on show Chopped titled The Great Food Truck Race for $10,000 and title of champion. Each contestant was challenged with mystery baskets of strange ingredients, they had to create something that appealed to the judges and also show off their culinary skills and creativity in the appetizer, entree and dessert rounds. Chris was eliminated in the second round.
Chef/Owner, Chris Trapani is originally from Brooklyn, NY. He lived there for almost 30 years and moved to Austin, TX several years ago. He has trained at the Texas Culinary Academy, worked for several top catering companies in New York City & Austin, fine dining, corporate and casual dining. He's created and executed menus for celebrities, television networks, corporate facilities, film shoots and independent restaurant concepts. He is known for his kind & genuine approach to service & a deep love for the south & everything country. He has a diverse & passionate approach to cuisine that is true to Texas and his urban roots.
His webpage is http://www.urbancowboyfood.com and to see the episode of Keep On Trucking on Chopped go here: http://www.foodnetwork.com/chopped/keep-on-trucking/index.html
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