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Emmy award winning anchor-reporter for WTNH-TV Ann Nyberg shares her passion for diners. Ann has interviewed some of the country's greatest broadcasters, including the late Walter Cronkite and Peter Jennings, and has been on assigment to the communist country of Cuba and to the Vatican to cover Pope John Paul II.
Also on the menu: Producer and Director of "Why We Ride," Bryan H. Carroll (Titanic, Collateral, Miami Vice, Public Enemies). "Why We Ride" is a story about the journey, not the destination. Motorcycles represent the milestones of our lives. From a kid’s dream come true, to a retiree’s return to freedom. From a family riding together on the sand dunes, to hundreds of choppers carving through the canyons – the bond is the same. It’s about the passion of the riders and the soul of their machines.
Diner of the Week: Mays Landing Diner in New Jersey.
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In thios episode Big & Beefy will be Chewing The Fat with Founder & Owner of "Comic Book Jones" Mr. Socko Jones. Socko is a Long Time Childhood Friend of Chef Rob Burmeister. At 1 time The Staten Island Advance coined them as The True Members of The "Chamber of COOLMERCE". Pretty Cool. Comic Book Jones is one of Americas leading Comic Book Stores. They do catered events and movie openings and even have a podcast. The podcast is WCBJ Radio. The show is listened to weekly by thousands of fans worldwide.
In this episode we will be sneaking away from some food topics and to make our guest at home we will be doing a Comic Themed TOP 5 as well as Food Fight.
We also were threatened by Chef Justin of HK10 that he will be stopping by the studio to tear the place up. We will just have to stay tuned for that!!!!!
Clem and Rob will still be doing food news and who knows maybe Socko will want to talk about some GRUB !!!
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In this episode of Chewing The Fat with Big & Beefy , Chef Rob Burmeister and Chef Clemenza Caserta Jr. will be welcoming a special guest who's main goal in life is to end childhood obesity. He is the founder of a great organization called "Hip4Kids". Chef Chris Daly will be calling in to talk about his projects and great healthy products including the delicious "Chocolate HIP Cookie. Trust me when I say it is one of the best cookies I have ever eaten (quoted by Big). It is The Healthiest Cookie In The World as seen on The Rachael Ray Show. Chef Rob has helped out in Chef Chris' cause doing demos in schools to teach kids how to eat healthier.
Also on the bill will be a drop by to the studio by a local tavern owner (hopefully) and also Big & Beefy's Top Five which I believe will be A Healthy One ( FOR A CHANGE). Join in on the FOOD FIGHT and check out our weekly FOOD NEWS.
We will be welcoming The Curvacious Cook (Theresa) in her brand new segment which is still a surprise to the boys!!!!!
We will be giving away a couple of T-Shirts (Flagship Brewery & Nathans Hoy Dog Eating Contest Official)
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On this episode of Chewing The Fat with Big and Beefy , Chefs Rob & Clem welcome Jay Sykes of Flagship Brewery. FB is Staten Islands newest addition and they are kicking ass. The beer is great and the atmosphere is greater. Good times at Flagship Brewery. Jay Sykes, Matt McGinley & John Gordon are all buddies who grew up together and made their dream come true. We will be talking a lot about their Wit Beer, Dark Beere, IPA and their new Summer Ale.
Also on the bill will be a "BEER CHUGGING CONTEST " between Big & Beefy. Who will win the trophy and the bragging rights of Being The CTF Chugging Champ. We are taking bets, lol.
As always there will be a Top Five, Food Fight and Food News. Look for our new segment with Theresa "THE BRAINY BROAD" as we go over some culinary tecniques.
We also may be getting a visit from a local tavern owner to judge the First Annual Chugging Contest. Ya never know who else will be stopping by the studio.
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Rising Film and Television actress Danielle Vasinova completed a starring role in the indie thriller To Hell With A Bullet and has appeared in the features Bucky Larson: Born To Be A Star from Columbia Pictures and Should’ve Been Romeo. Danielle's other credits guest starring roles on numerous series including the critically-acclaimed show Dexter, Rules of Engagement, The Philanthropist, It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Nip Tuck, That 70’s Show, Friends, The Practice, Hostage Do or Die for The Discovery Channel and The Young And The Restless. She's appeared in the F/X telefilm Alabama and starred in the award winning short White Trash Noir.
Danielle was born in Connecticut (Garrison's home state!) and is of Czech, English and Irish descent. Her image is portrayed in the new comic 13 Chambers from Image Comics as the character heroin Belle. When Danielle isn’t in front of the camera she is an avid motorcyclist.
Also on the show: New York Rangers alum and fan favorite Pat "Hitch 16" Hickey to tlak about the the Rangers quest for the Stanley Cup and Ed Costa of the Business Division of All Star Driver to talk about May being Naitional Motorcycle Awareness Month.
Milling About visits Peachtree City, Georgia where ironically there is not a peachtree in sight. Hop on one of their 10,000 golf carts and drive around 90 miles of designated golf cart paths and you'll soon discover the charm of this southern city affectionately known as 'The Bubble.' Turn 15 and you are gifted a golf cart which Executive Director of the CVB, Nancy Price says, 'can be tricked out!' Celebrities who frequent Peachtree City can be seen cruising around like Bret Michaels; a regular performer at The Fred Ampitheater, a quaint venue celebrating it's 20th anniversary, which Price also manages.
Life is good at 15 mph where golf carts are the preferred mode of transportation. If you stay at The Wyndham Hotel don't miss their photo safari with Frank Murphy where you are given a map, a list of clues and a camera to photograph the answers. Friendly shopkeepers and locals don't even seem surprised when you ask if they have a red Solo cup or if they can model a throw of frisbee golf.
Dolce Hotels and Resorts General Manager Wende Blumberg along with Chef Len Elias and Georgia Shrimp Company restaurant owner Ant Murphy join host Robin Milling to talk about what makes Peachtree City so special. Wende tells Robin how the laidback lifestyle attracts guests. Some are high profile preferring the woodsy privacy of the property. Mums the word but she did fess up to neighboring Pinewood Studios gearing up for Ant Man starring Michael Douglas. Long Island native Dolce Chef Len Elias brings farm to table goodness with a southern flair featuring chocolate espresso shrimp atop grits sprinkled with local goat cheese, and oysters topped with University of Georgia caviar! South African born Ant Murphy puts a peri peri sauce spin on Georgia shrimp like you've never tasted before. And when he's not greeting diners, he's crooning Frank Sinatra standards with the house jazz trio fronted by songstress Toni Byrd.
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Welcome to another great evening of Let's R.A.P.! Kevis and Romero bring another gifted voice to tonights show!
Tonight the duo have special guest Chef TJ Torres out of Philadelphia. Torres is a recent winner of the April 19 episode of The Food Network’s “Chef Wanted with Anne Burrell.
The native New Yorker, who has spent most of the last 15 years in South Philly, returned to his home state in February after responding to social networking correspondence from producers. The second-season show finds Burrell, herself a veteran of culinary competitions through the network’s “The Next Iron Chef,” assisting establishments in their hunts for executive chefs, with Torres eager to see if he could fry his three competitors and emerge victorious.
The confident figure credits his upbringing for his pursuit of seeing sated diners. Hanging out in the kitchen as relatives prepared meals, he always believed cooking’s inherent hands-on qualities could yield his vocation.
“My family at times wasn’t sure, but I knew I could put my all into cooking, which I found so artistic and deserving of someone’s full attention,” Torres, who increased his adolescent interest by watching public television segments, including the late Julia Child, said.
Fully aware of his first turf’s reputation for producing appetite-answering professionals, he chose to come to Philadelphia to build his skills in 1996 and enrolled at The Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College. The facility helped him to absorb different influences that have continued to inspire tendencies to explore and experiment.
“Certain people have their distinctions, but I dabble in everything because I don’t want to be limited,” Torres said.
This is sure to be another great show! Tune in to hear how Chef Torres defines his trials to Triumph!
Hello Dear Friends;
This is the first broadcast of the YHWH Cafe for You. The home site was created to be like an old roadside diner-cafe where weary travelers on highways from the 1930's Depression Era through the early 1960's could stop to find shelter from storms, to rest, and be fed.
Many times in these places, the travelers would find shelter through the night, and rest there to leave on their journey the next day. Many diner-cafes would not only give shelter to drivers but also hobos and the homeless and disenfranchised that society wanted to forget... they would give them shelter, rest, and feed them for free on their journeys in true charity beyond churches then and now.
It was our intent to create place like those old roadside diners for ALL people to come and stop by in their travels to find shelter, rest, and be fed spiritually through the Word of God, via the 1611 King James Bible that has NO Copyright unlike all the other Bibles out there.
We will discuss things in Spiritual matters, events, and history as well as prophecy as they apply to Life in the Now.
The Law Enforcement Torch Ride is a celebration of the motorcycle industry, motorcycle enthusiasts and Law Enforcement Motorcycle Divisions and their support of Special Olympics Ontario. As part of the Law Enforcement Torch Ride program, all funds raised directly support the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Ontario. Whatever form the celebration takes, the message is the same: “Ride for a Reason, Ride for a Purpose, Ride for Special Olympics!” Check out their website.
Natalie Jahnke, entrepreneur, Harley-Davidson spokesmodel and former LFL's LA Temptations #16. Follow Natalie on Twitter.
Diner of the Week: the Smith Street Diner in Greensboro, NC
Read more at Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys website and follow Garrison's book signing tour for Classic Diners of Connecticut.
As a San Diego native and enthusiastic Honda owner since 1967, Bill Silver has owned over 300 cars and motorcycles (mostly vintage Hondas) and has translated the working knowledge of those bikes into Restoration Guide CDs, Honda History Books and has become an unofficial “Vintage Honda Guru” in the process. His latest publications are Classic Honda Motorcycles and History of the Honda Scrambler. Check out his website
Andrew Hurley is Professor of History at the University of Missouri-St. Louis where he teaches courses in urban, U.S., and Latin American History. He is the author of Beyond Preservation: Using Public History to Revitalize Inner-Cities and one of our favorites Diners, Bowling Alleys, and Trailer Parks: Chasing the American Dream in Postwar Consumer Culture. As a member of the Virtual City Project at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, he works with computer programmers, architects, and scholars to develop software for the 3D reconstruction of historic landscapes. His current research focuses on the recent history of industrial suburbs in the United States.
Read more at Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys website