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Portobello, white button, shitake, oyster, crimini, wild, enoki - a fungi by any other name is just as savory. But how do you buy, clean and prepare the rich, earthy edible fungi? Chef Mary and Duane will be talking with Donald from Mushroom Adventure creators of at home mushroom growing kits so that your mushroom based dishes are filled with the freshest flavors.
And what wines go best with mushroom based dishes, which are often prepared with wines, grilling, and strong spices that enhance your savory dishes - from mushroom soup to grilled portobello sandwiches and everything in between. Recipe for perfect stuffed mushroom caps.
We are meeting with Meredith Hillman, VP and Account Director, ePrize and Annica Kreider, VP of brand development, Mellow Mushroom.
For 39 years, Mellow Mushroom Pizza Bakers has been serving up fresh stone baked pizzas to order in an eclectic, art filled and family friendly environment. Each Mellow is locally owned and operated with a unique vibe focused around great customer service and high quality food.
We are speaking with Meredith and Annica on how mobile marketing has made a positive impact on their franchise.
On The Menu: Mario and Bill make Mario's Wild Mushroom and Fontina Grilled Cheese Sandwich to celebrate Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day. Get the recipe HERE: http://jcook.it/1qPf6mz
They also discuss April being National Grilled Cheese Month and ask listeners to write or call in to tell them about their favorite way to make grilled cheese. The most interesting sandwich may be featured and made on a future episode of Just Cook It Radio!
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Wednesday, April 2, 2014
(2-4pm Mountain; 3-5pm Central,4-6pm Eastern)
4-2-14- Dr. Hildy®: Mushroom Wisdom, Breast Cancer, Alzheimers *AND* Remote Sensing Mystery Unveiled
First hour of the show, Dr. Hildy welcomes returning guest Mark Kaylor, Vice President of Education and Research for Mushroom Wisdom.com. A former doctoral student, Mark’s life took an abrupt turn when a part-time job in a health food store awakened in him a passion for holistic health and healing. His company, Mushroom Wisdom, brings the healthful benefits of medicinal mushrooms, backed by rigorous scientific research, to the daily routines of consumers worldwide.
In the second hour of the show, Dr. Hildy welcomes private investigator Melinda Kidder of Columbia Investigations to discuss her work with individuals who have mysteriously had computer chips and sensors implanted into their body. Columbia Investigations is one of a small handful of specialized agencies or individuals in the United States who are qualified to offer scans for frequency identification in individuals.
Join us live for a call in welcome conversation between Oliver Quintanilla and Hugh T Alkemi about the newest documentary on the religious and indigenous use of magic mushrooms (psilocybin containing) in Mexico filmed and directed by Oliver himself.
The website is http://littlesaintsmovie.com/
Direct link to trailer: http://vimeo.com/75118089
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/LittleSaintsMovie
Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/LittleSaintsDoc
Bio for Oliver Quintanilla:
Director, Producer, Editor. Oliver was born in Mexico and emigrated to Los Angeles in his early 20’s, he worked on the camera department of several film productions. While shooting some music videos and commercials he found cinéma verité documentary films as one of his favorites styles. Oaxaca Day of the Dead, was his first completed project and then with the support of National Geographic’s All Roads Film, family, friends, associates and even some strangers it came Little Saints.
Jim Angelucci knows all abougt mushrooms. Especially the ones grown at Phillips Mushroom Farm in the Kennett Square area of Pennsylvania. If you thought that those white button mushrooms or portabellos are the only kind, wait until you hear about the variety and flavors. Perhaps we can get some cooking tips as well.