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Chef Ernesto Hayes may be the hardest working man in the holiday-cooking biz, but he doesn’t regret a moment of extra time spent on his confectionary creations. “I did a screamin’ cheesecake at work today. It was a vanilla cheesecake but I added a little lemon to it. I needed it to be a little more sweet. Where I normally would add a cup and a quarter of sugar, I added a cup and three quarters of sugar. It was awesome,” says the host of D’Vas 2 Radio. "I’ll give you the recipe right now: One and a half pounds of cream cheese. When you go to the store and buy the Philadelphia brand, it’s usually in an eight-ounce block. So you’ll need three of those. Let’m get soft and put them in a mixer, using the paddle attachment. Add one-and-three-quarters cup of sugar and mix it real slow, so there’s no extra air in it. That way, when you bake it, it’ll rise then fall into a perfect shape, rather than like a souflee. Then add your eggs one at a time. Once that first egg is totally incorporated, stop the mixer and scrape the bowl and make sure it’s all smooth. Then add your second egg. And scrape the bowl again. If you don’t do it this way, you’ll have chunks of cream cheese in your cake.”
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A rose isn’t a rose without its thorns. Singer Anthony C. Hayes is the epitome of an R&B artist with a slight edge to him. Born Oct. 27, 1994, in Atlanta, GA, Hayes began his musical career rapping at the age of 12. After discovering his true gift of singing at the age of 15, he dreamt of being a well-known R&B singer His biggest influences are his family, overcoming struggles and hardships. Hayes recognizes R&B Singer August Alsina as his role model because of the similarities in their music content. Hayes and Alsina both express themselves through their music about life experiences rather than flashy and materialistic objects.
Tom Hayes and Rudy Guarino and B. Porter spin and comment on the history of 'Old School Soul Music' performed at the Fabulous Sugar Shack Soul NIght Club in Boston, MA from 1966 to 1976. James Brown, Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Little Richard, Jackie Wilson, The Hot Nuts, etc. are featured in this show.
Special guests Mike "300" Hayes, Tony Kryptonite Lopez, Rob "IRONMAN" Cann, and JD ''THE BERZERKER'' Burns join the DrakoSports.com Impact Hour this week! Tune in every Wednesday night at 10pm(Eastern)/7pm(Pacific) and DOMINATE YOUR WORLD!
Ernesto Alvarado/Tano Quinquil is cited in the book, Shamanic Wisdom keepers by Timothy Freke. In 1976 he developed the first counseling center to utilize native healer, Diana Velasquez, as a treatment alternative in Denver, Colorado. He began his journey to the spirit world with roadman Jim Eagle-Elk on the Coleville reservation in the state of Washington in 1979. The plant teachers have opened the doors for him to the green world and the animal world. Some of his herbal training came from Michael Moore, Herbs of the Rocky Mountain West. He is recognized for his words and herbal cures by people in many countries. His services have always been offered for no fee. The ancestor spirits have gifted him the caring of the knowledge of the sacred glyphs written in stones. In 1989 he was anniciated as a medicine-man by Charles Many Horses.
His Gavilan Apache ancestors roamed Mexico in one of only two areas where the sacred plant teacher, Peyote is known to exist. He was given his healer name,”Tano Quinquil” meaning the Silent Wind, at the Apache Stronghold in Arizona. The ancestors have gifted him with knowledge of the portals and multiple dimensions.
Professionally he has been licensed as a Ph.D. psychologist, principal, social worker and community developer. He resides in the Denver, Colorado area while his spirit roams freely on mother/father Tierra. Palenque, Tikal, Machu Picchu, Uluru (Ayers Rock), Stonehenge, Glastonbury, Tula, Tres Rios,Copan, Tiwanaku, Tepoztlan and Tenochtitlan are but a few of the sites where he has been gifted with knowledge by the ancestors. His ancestral linage is Mexican Gavilan Apache and Spanish Celt.
In Mexico he helped construct three stone medicine wheels and assisted in training university students in the healing arts. Ernesto and his Apache sundancer mates, Tomas Shash and Geronimo Archuleta, are seeking publication of their book, “The Apache Way to Healing.”
To learn about our future , often we need to look at our past, and the patterns and influences that have been present on our planet since the age of time. Modern tech may have its advantages , but ancient connection to source out rocks any gig , ram or beam, we can plug into today....We live in a world where being in touch with ourselves, our universal language , and our connectedness in the universe, is to our advantage individually and as a global society. We can no longer deny the subtleties of energy around us, within us and how we contribute to it. If we are commiteed to evolving ourselves, our perspectives and our world then we need to look outside of conventional means to do so. We need to look at what built thriving civilizations years ago, and the connection to source indigenous people had and many still do today. When we value connection, heart, more than progress and advancement of our wi-fi world, then we have evolved our priorites and brought hope for a thriving future.
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