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  • 01:27

    Plum Luv Foods Season 2 Episode 11 Chef Derrick Prince from Master Chef

    in Food

    This episode we talk to Chef Derrick Prince from Fox's Master Chef. Derrick was great on the show and has parlayed it into a an awesome career as the Sous Chef at Ny's Stanton Social. Chef Prince's story is pretty great and is a story about hard work. We talk about Master Chef, judging compitions, food and running one of NYC's most prominent restaurants. We also talk about the state of the food television and more importantly how it has changed over the past few years.

  • 00:46

    Re-Fresh Radio Show with Pastor Regina Johnson

    in Podcasting

    Pastor will be LIVE from Landrys tonight. Make sure to go out and join her! This promises to be epic. 


    With a host of concepts flourishing across the nation and around the world, Landry's, Inc. continues to find success on all fronts. As the owner and operator of more than 450 properties, including more than 40 unique brands such as Landry's Seafood, Chart House, Saltgrass Steak House, Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., Claim Jumper, Morton's The Steakhouse, McCormick & Schmick's, Mastro's Restaurants and Rainforest Cafe, we tout a combination of good, fresh food, unparalleled service and marvelous locations. When you add four Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino locations to the mix, along with numerous hotel properties and other entertainment destinations, you can see how we have vaulted into position as one of America's largest dining, entertainment, gaming and hospitality companies.

  • 00:30

    Food Nation Food Talk Radio EP #34 Restaurant Management

    in Food

    Food Nation Food Talk Radio EP #34 Restaurant Management


    Horror Stories That’ll Make You Want To Quit Your Job
    How Your Favorite Restaurant Went From Hotspot to Failure
    Hooters Waitress Fired for Dyeing Her Hair Wins Discrimination Suit
    Raising Beef Prices and what the restaurants will be doing
    2015 Restaurant trends


    Food and fun is all we will be serving. A little behind the scenes action will be discussed and talked about. We love sharing our behind the closed doors restaurant industry knowledge with all out our listeners. You culinary complete us! Stay tuned for Food Nation Food Talk Radio, where we celebrate food with you! Chef Shawn and Tech Rob once again rockin the Casbah! And yes Chef Shawn does have a 2 year College diploma in Culinary Management! Say what? Who knew? A certified Chef/Cook and a Management diploma? This will be a 202 class....  Restaurant Schools in peeps!


     

  • 00:17

    NICK DI DONATO- Liberty Entertainment - Cibo

    in Business

    For over two decades, the Liberty Entertainment Group, led by Nick Di Donato has been redefining Toronto’s nightlife experience. As creators of numerous landmark establishments the Liberty Entertainment Group has become recognized as one of the most successful and innovative companies in this industry, appreciating a continuous growth and garnering constant media attention. At the heart of this evolving urban development is President and C.E.O., Nick Di Donato.
    Di Donato earned his Bachelor of Science and a Professional Engineering degree from the University of Toronto. With twenty five years of design and construction experience, as well as simultaneously working in the food service industry, Di Donato leads one of Canada’s top nightlife and entertainment companies.
    The Liberty Entertainment Group, has gained success and acknowledgment for developing an impressive roster of unique venues. These venues include Casa Loma, the Liberty Grand Entertainment Complex, Toronto’s premier special event facilities; Toronto most prolific restaurants including Rosewater, Spice Route, Ciao Wine Bar and Cibo Wine Bar; and three international properties the Coral Gables Country Club and Cibo Wine Bar with locations in Coral Gables and Miami Beach, Florida.
    With a passion for creation, a love of architecture, a barometer for trends, and an eye for design, all married with construction knowledge and engineering expertise, breathing life into any structure has simply become a never-ending adventure for Nick Di Donato. To that end, Nick Di Donato is a member of Heritage Toronto, a charitable organization and agency of the City that works with the citizens of Toronto to advocate for, preserve, and promote a greater appreciation for the city’s rich heritage.

  • 00:16

    Food Trucks – Chicago’s Tough Restrictions

    in Legal

    Food trucks have hit it big in the last few years. Before that, food trucks were generally just thought to serve coffee or basic sandwiches to construction workers.  Now, people are excited about food trucks like they are going to the opening of a new restaurant. They serve gourmet food, everything from tacos to specialty cupcakes. Chicago is a city chock full of foodies and great restaurants. But rather than be on the forefront of the food truck boom, Chicago’s food truck laws are extremely prohibitive – restricting what they can serve and where they can go.

  • 03:01

    Full Spectrum Radio with Special guest Patti Starr, Owner of ScareFest! 9 EST

    in Paranormal

    Join Matt & Dennis tonight as they welcome Patti Starr, Owner of the amazing ScareFest event.


    Patti Starr is a world renowned paranormal investigator who owns the Ghost Chasers International Inc., founded in 1996 based in Lexington, Kentucky. She is also owner of the Ghost Hunter Shop located at 835 Porter Place, Lexington, Kentucky. Patti is the tour guide for the immensely popular Bardstown Ghost Trek which she started in 1997 in Bardstown, KY.

    With over 30 years of paranormal research and ghost investigations Patti has captured many anomalies in photos, videos and audios while investigating haunted locations. Her goal as an experienced and accomplished paranormal investigator is to collect evidence to support the premise that life goes on even after death. She is very active as a ghost researcher, author, lecturer, consultant, dowser, and teacher. Her book, Ghost Hunting in Kentucky and Beyond, is widely hailed as a must-have resource for all serious ghost hunters.

    Patti taught ghost hunting courses at the Bluegrass Community and Technical College in Lexington, Kentucky for eight years. Her Ghost Hunter Certification Home Study Course is in great demand and she has students from all over the world enrolled. She is currently lecturing at numerous universities, colleges, and libraries throughout the United States.


    In a resent TV special “Mystery Monday” Patti was able to reveal Henry, the ghost that haunts the Ghost Hunter Shop, with some pretty good evidence including a story with pictures and a convincing EVP to back up her evidence.


     


     

  • 00:41

    Sharp as Knives™ with guest Chef Rachel Yang

    in Entrepreneur

    Rachel Yang, a 2015 James nominee for the Best Northwest chef, is known for her singular culinary vision that artfully blends a love of bold, unexpected flavors with classic technique. Her food defies expectation and simple definition, and has earned her a reputation as an innovator and creative force. Yang's food is beloved by seasoned, adventurous diners and often considered a revelation by newcomers eager to expand their palates. Her cuisine is informed equally by her personal history as a Korean native as well as her kitchen experience at restaurants Per Se, Essex House, and DB Bistro Moderne. Yang’s work is consistently acclaimed and recognized, including two James Beard Award nominations for Best Chef Northwest in 2013 and 2014. Along with her co-chef and husband, Seif Chirchi, Yang owns two Seattle restaurants: Joule, a contemporary Korean steakhouse that was named one of 2013’s Best New Restaurants in America by Bon Appetite Magazine, and Revel, a lively, casual space for street food-style comfort food. Trove, one of 2015 GQ’s 25 best new restaurants, features noodle bar, Korean bbq, and parfait window.

  • 01:59

    Military Monday With John D. Gresham and Zenith Press Author Phil Keith

    in History

    USS Lexington (CV 2), along with her sister ship, USS Saratoga (CV 3), were America's first real aircraft carriers, and genuine wonders of the world we were commissioned in the late 1920s. Converted from a pair of battlecruiser hulls made surplus by the Washington Naval Treaty, the two ships were the largest, most powerful, and fastest warships in the world. Able to carry and operate up to 90 aircraft, twice as many as any of the contemporary British and Japanese aircraft carriers, Lexington and her sister ship were the platforms where the U.S. Navy learned to take airpower out to sea. But Lexington was more than just a ship, for she also was a home and a schoolhouse for the men who served aboard her. As American's aircraft carrier fleet grew prior to World War II, Lexington and her sister were the ships where the men who would crew those new carriers learned their trades. In addition, some of the U.S. Navy's greatest leaders in World War II were captains aboard the Lexington, including Adm. Ernest J. King and Rear Adm. Forrest Sherman. And even though Lexington was lost at the Battle of the Coral Sea in May 1942, her loss taught critical damage control lessons that are still used today.


    To learn more about "Lady Lex," tune in at 1 PM EDT for Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Network (@Writestream)) hosted by author, historian, journalist and documentary filmmaker John D. Gresham (@greshamj01). John's guest this week is Zenith Press (@Zenith_Press) author Phil Keith, who has written a new book, STAY THE RISING SUN, chronicles the story of the Lexington to her sinking in the Coral Sea.

  • 00:22

    Daily Gogetemism #206 Somebody Has To Flip The Burgers

    in Lifestyle

    Anybody who has an honest way of making a living needs to be congratulated regardless of their pay scale. Some people diss people who work in fast food restaurants or who work in the service industry but a job is a job and if we didn't have people to work in those industries then we wouldn't get served and then what? Every job is important.
     

  • 00:17

    A Theory of Parenting - Tribeca Family Festival

    in Film

    April 25, 2015


    hello, 


    Welcome to A Theory of Parenting on blogtalkradio.com


    My name is Tammi Joyner


    I am your Host for the Show


    Today we are reporting on The Tribeca Family Festival  between Chambers and Hubert Street


    The festival is free for all ages


    Website Info: www.tribecafilm.com


    The event last from 10am to 6pm 


    The blurb say: Celebrate the close of the Tribeca Film Festival at this Family Street Fair.


    You'll have the chance to see special performances from an Off-Broadway show on the Festival Stage, attend free screenings, participate in high tech activity stations and animation demo's in addition to enjoying food and face painting stations.


    The schedule is TBA, but previous years highlights have included live chef demo's from local restaurants and film making workshops, a bubble garden, and a book fair, where young readers can browse titles and enjoy readings.

  • 01:26

    Relationship Central: Is Technology Ruining Our Relationships?

    in Relationships

    We are living in the age of technology. Everywhere we look, whether in restaurants, lines, coffee shops... Everyone seems to be scrolling through their phones or tablets. Even couples out to dinner would both be on their phones and no conversation is going on. Do you feel technology is ruining your relationships?