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Food Nation Food Talk Radio EP #37 MMM Mexican & Tex Mex
What can I say, Chef Shawn's nuber one passion in the food category is MEXICAN food. First Mexican then comfort food. I love all the fresh bold yummy flavours that make my life a fiesta. Tech Rob and Chef Shawn use to make a 4 hour drive just to enjoy the Mexican food restaurant chain Chi Chi's. Well ok that was 50% of ofriedur reason for that trip. What an amazing fun place, too bad it had it's fall from grace. We have some great recipes to share with you all and yes his very own FRIED ICE CREAM RECIPE! Our very first Mexican radio show and the not so Mexican fried ice cream recipe is shared!!!! What we consider Mexican food is Americanized and Canadianized somewhat.... We all know they don't eat authentic fried ice cream, but we sure do. Food Nation Food Talk Radio "Where We Celebrate Food With You".... Your table is reserved!
On Wednesday March 18th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, Maggie Howell returns for another discussion on Wolf conservation and programs. She will be focusing on the Mexican gray wolf, #Loboweek, and the WCC’s participation in the recovery of the rare species. Join us and listen to another great show with Maggie.
A woman online called Donald Trump Xenophobic and myscogenist. She was trying to paint a bigger picture about how humanity should not be labeled into right or wrong desirables or even defined where they belong legally or illegally. She featured a man holding two children on a refugee boat in the Mid East with nowhere to go. It is either standing still or risk death again to move elsewhere. Jon and Jane get into the nitty gritty of down and dragout politics. Jon challenges Jane in ways he should not. Towards the end of the show they discuss wild rice harvesting rights of Ojibwe.
The American understanding of Mexican food has undergone a change since the 1960's. From the Americanized frozen TV dinner and fast food to the current growing trend in local, sustainable Baja-Med cuisine. Just like there are regional differences in American BBQ, or cuisine in various regions of Italy or China, there are differences in the various regions of Mexico. In today's show, I'll be talking about some of those differences.
Hr1 Atty fights for chimps personhood rights comparing them to blacks & Native Americans. Media is silent!
Ann Coulter compares Mexican immigrants to ISIS. She says it's about culture and tell the host... If there wasn't a problem with Mexican culture, you'd be interviewing me in Mexico, but you're not, you fled that culture.
Free-range parents cleared of any wrong-doing. Why don't they leave these people alone? Let parents parent. We're not all the same.
The fate of the Duggars and 19 Kids and Counting.
Hr2 THIS is a protest! Community hides hate displayed by Westboro Baptist Church & shows love for slain Omaha officer. No fires, no shootings, no looting, no destruction.
Fr. Frank Pavone talks HHS mandate, abortion, and "proper" discrimination (it's not necessarily a bad thing), we are supposed to be discriminating in our choices.
State Department denies VISA's for Assyrian Christians. Forget the fact that they're being annihilated or sold into slavery. That's not persecution enough. But if they want to sneak over the border, then you can come and stay. No VISA needed.
Hr3 Feminist student says take a stand against sexualization of women, & end dress codes by baring belly, because dress codes dehumanize women. Really?
Pro-Life club Students for Life denied at high school because it's not inclusive enough. Aren't clubs supposed to cater to a subset of students, which by definition, makes it exclusive? Next excuse please!
NY DMV rules pro-life license plates are patently offensive... you know, like & public obscenities. Ridiculous!
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?.
Teens are participating in a new social media craze that attempts to summon a Mexican demon named Charlie. The Charlie Charlie Challenge surfaced Monday on Twitter and has gone viral across social media platforms. The challenge includes putting two pencils on a piece of paper in the shape of a cross. Are these signs of the times? Religious Freedom is not just a civilian issue. Our soldiers are under attack by their own commanding officers! This is insidious.
U.S. MARINE ANDREW TAHMOORESSI WAS BEING HELD IN A MEXICAN PRISON WHILE PRESDENT BARRACK H. OBAMA WAS PUTTING MORE IMPORTANCE ON PLAYING A ROUND OF GULF ,HANGING OUT WITH JAYZEE AND OTHER LIBTARDS OR MAKING SECRET DEALS TO RELEASE 5 KNOWN AND VERY DANGEROUS TERRORIST IN EXCHANGE FOR AN KNOWN ARMY DESERTER WHILE NOT EVEN HAVING THE RESPECT TO PICK UP THE TELEPHONE AND CALLING THE MEXICAN PRESIDENT AND DEMANDING THE RELEASE OF OUR MARINE, BUT 3 DAYS OUT FROM THE MIDTERM ELECTIONS OUR MARINE GET RELEASED, IT HAS THIS PATRIOT QUESTIONING THE TIMING OF OUR MARINE'S RELEASE AND I AM DEMANDING ANSWERS IN REGARD TO THIS ISSUE......PLEASE CALL THE AMERICAN PATRIOT AT 516-590-0146 AND MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD ON THIS ISSUE AND LETS WORK ON GETTING THE ANSWERS WE ARE OWED AS CITIZENS.....
So after we published a story from Pocho.com about the California realtor who filmed her outrage about a Mexican flag on the lawn of a private home and we discussed our reaction to it on last Sunday's show, Tressy Capps, the woman who made the video, reached out to us and said she would like to be on our show.
This Sunday night at 10pmET/7pmPT, Capps will join us. We did let her know that we will be asking tough questions, but she did agree to join us, so she will.
Tonight at 8pm ET join The Gist of Freedom as host, Preston Washington welcomes the world renowned Juneteenth Historian/Actress, Melissa Waddy-Thibodeaux! Melissa, a Texan will discuss Juneteenth and The Buffalo Soldiers. Please feel Free to call in ~ 347.324.5552! BlackHistoryBlog.com
Tonight The Gist of Freedom dedicates this show to Mexican Warrior Gaspar Yanga!
The first town of freed African slaves in the Americas is not exactly where you would expect to find it — and it isn't exactly what you'd expect to find either. First, it's not in the United States. Yanga, on Mexico's Gulf Coast, Known as the Primer Libertador de America or “first liberator of the Americas,” is a sleepy pueblito founded by its namesake, Gaspar Yanga.
Yanga an enslaved African who taking the role of spiritual and military leader, led a rebellion against his Spanish colonial slavers in the late 16th century and fought off attempts to retake the settlement.
Gaspar Yanga led one of colonial Mexico’s first successful slave uprisings and would go on to establish one of the Americas earliest free black settlements. Gaspar structured the agricultural community in an ordered capacity, allowing its growth and occupation of various locations.
Part 3 of 3: Originally Aired June 23, 2013
Dianne Linderman continues talking about the recent Paula Deen controversy, comparing the incident to our politicians' statements that don't get any punishment or serious attention from the news. Are we facing the beginning of a race war?
Dianne also shares a great recipe for her Mexican Lasagna.
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.
In a nutshell, the author, Gaines Baty, is a Dallas-area CEO and former all-conference football player at Texas Tech. Several years ago, he began doing some research to write a book about the dad he never really got an opportunity to know -- All-American Texas A&M QB Buryl Baty. Long story short, Baty was an all-everything quarterback and local hero who left A&M to serve in WWII. He came back after the war in Europe, re-enrolled, won big, was drafted by the NFL's Detroit Lions, shunned professional football and chose instead to coach at an impoverished school (Bowie High) in El Paso. There, he took a group of Mexican American kids who'd never won a thing or really been fought for in any way (Baty took a real stand against some deep-seated bigotry before anything like a civil rights movement began) and not only greatly shaped their character, but led them to multiple championships. Then, just as they were preparing to win a third, he was killed in an auto accident on a scouting trip. He was 30 years old (a few of the many pics we have are below). Gaines was just three.
50 years later, Gaines embarked on a journey to get to know his dad and tell his story. He interviewed dozens of his former players (who say he completely changed their lives and the course of destiny for their families for generations) and those he played against (he was a contemporary of guys like the legendary Doak Walker and Tom Landry and played them toe to toe. Hall of Fame coach Raymond Berry says, in fact, that Baty was the best back he ever coached). Sept.15 -- Oct. 15 being Hispanic Heritage Month, btw, and the ongoing immigration debate makes what he did all the more relevant.
The book comes highly recommended by the likes of Roger Staubach