• 01:03

    PAIRED: Easy Holiday cookies and tips for festive food & drinks - Live, Monday,

    in Food

    LOS ANGELES Ca, December 5th, 2014 - It’s no secret that holiday cookies and cookie recipes are flooding the internet right now as we near the holiday and despite headlines homemade cookies aren’t always easy to whip up.


    This Monday join chef Mary Moran and Duane Pemberton on Paired as they discuss great cookie and chocolate ideas that aren’t all home made but will still leave your guests in awe. And if you’re one of those who loves to bake cookies, there will also be some great tips on how to make your family cookie recipe into a flat lace cookie or change into an almost cake consistency.


    Tune in to PAIRED, Live every Monday at 6:30pm EST and then available On Demand:

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    It's Story Time with JD Holiday: Cookies: A Tale of Friendship by Kirstin Lenane

    in Books

    It's Story Time with JD Holiday: Cookies by Kirstin Lenane &  The Bad Guys by Author Julie Federico, read by Agy Wilson. Cookies: A Tale of Friendship ~ How will Frog and Pickles find their way out of this mess and still manage to keep their new friend? Both young and older readers will enjoy this heart-warming, humorous tale about the summer the foxes moved to town.  www.amazon.com/Cookies-Tale-Friendship-Kirstin-Lenane/dp/1500636789/   Kirstin Lenane's site:kirstinlenane.com ~The Bad Guys ~ This book directs students on recognizing potential danger and preparation if such an event occurs. Parents and educators will appreciate the simple, non threating language that creates a school safety message that every child must hear. www.amazon.com/Bad-Guys-Students-Teachers-Prevention/dp/1449799493/  Julie Federico's site: juliefederico.com/  ~ Agy Wilson is the author and illustrator of Nana's Gift, Duke Day for Annie and Room Wars. Her site:


    JD & the show's site:jdholiday.blogspot.com & itsstorytimeforkids.blogspot.com


     

  • 02:02

    Music is the Key

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    Great tasting Music

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    Music Music Music

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    Good Music

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    DJ Dont Hurtem

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    Music Music More Music Good Music

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    Celebrating Sis Accomplishment From College

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    Celebrating Graduated from College Great Music Turn down for what

  • 00:58

    Fran Sobers, Owner of Bumps Cookies

    in Business

    For Fran, the Cookie Lady, Bumps Cookies was a labor of love to make 'oatmeal raisin pecan' cookies for her kids during the holidays in the 1980's.  Her kids nicknamed them ‘Bumps!’  Fran baked the best for her children and she bakes the same delicious quality for you!'  These ‘gourmet’ oatmeal cookies are made from scratch with organic, all natural (nothing you can't pronounce) ingredients.  Upon request, Fran Sobers began selling Bumps Cookies in Atlanta, GA in 2005.  Fran Sobers has been creating and perfecting recipes since 2005 because “I love to see people enjoy my cookies.” Bumps Cookies now has seven plus flavors and counting”. The 'Original' Oatmeal Raisin Pecan, Chocolate Chip, Cranberry, Sweet Potato, Extra Love Chocolate, Peanut Butter, Barack OBumps, seasonal flavors and our #1 seller is Chocolate Chip Pecan.


    Fran Sobers is a retired assistant principal who was looking for something to do with the rest of her life and was inspired by the possibility of selling delicious, healthy oatmeal cookies


    bumpscookies@aol.com * www.bumpscookies.com * 404-732-7889

  • Author Beth Hillson on The Gluten Free Voice with Jules Shepard

    in Food

    Gluten-free expert, author, coach and advocate Jules Shepard hosts a weekly show offering news, interviews with intriguing guests, gluten-free baking tips and otherwise lively conversation.


    Friend, mentor and colleague at Gluten Free & More Magazine, author Beth Hillson is one of the gluten-free greats. Beth returns to the show as Jules' guest again this week to talk about gluten-free holiday baking and Beth's new book, The Complete Guide to Living Well Gluten Free. Beth has been living with celiac for more than thirty-five years and raised a child with it, and in her newest book, she shares her hard-learned tips for surviving happily while living GF. Jules and Beth will talk Hanukkah and Christmas treats, recipe advice and of course, cookies!

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  • 00:33

    Metaphysics for Black People from Reverse Oreo White Jamaican Healer Part 2

    in Spirituality

    Kayt Healing Arts oppressed by slavery will be spoken about in detail and how this mixture of tribal, eastern, and western healing forms can benefit black people everywhere. Tribal thought how it is so different then the American way of thinking and how this affects people of African decent today! This information is part of your heritage and has been oppressed from you "the black people". The irony is I the white person was entrusted with this knowledge before leaving the Caribbean.


    “Kyat is a secret group of Caribbean healers that I was privileged to be part of. As the only Caucasian allowed into this organization I had access to privileged information that is not been shared with the Western world. Recently the headmaster has passed to the other side. He came to me in a dream and a meditation and told me it was time to share the secrets with the Western world. He already sent me here to learn the way of the West. And to spend time in the Western world. I never thought it would come to this. But I called down to confirm his passing with his neighbor; because of course he doesn't have a telephone. The neighbor confirmed his passing as well as a written message left to me saying only one thing "Rembrandt it is time". This to me is the message that it is time to share the teachings of my secret Healer group Kyat.


    I was allowed in: I was only allowed in because of who my parents are, passing the tests that they had sent me through to confirm my natural abilities, and the fact that I was going to stay on the island. This is highly unusual being Caucasian. Because of these reasons I was allowed into the group. When I joined I was about 15.  I had no idea they had started recruiting me when I was 11 or 12.  When I began studying with them the majority of them were in their 80s and I realized then that this was a dying group; but I stayed with them anyway because the knowledge that they offered was to....

  • 01:30

    Metaphysics for Black People from Reverse Oreo White Jamaican Healer Part 1

    in Spirituality

    Kayt Healing Arts oppressed by slavery will be spoken about in detail and how this mixture of tribal, eastern, and western healing forms can benefit black people everywhere. Tribal thought how it is so different then the American way of thinking and how this affects people of African decent today! This information is part of your heritage and has been oppressed from you "the black people". The irony is I the white person was entrusted with this knowledge before leaving the Caribbean.


    “Kyat is a secret group of Caribbean healers that I was privileged to be part of. As the only Caucasian allowed into this organization I had access to privileged information that is not been shared with the Western world. Recently the headmaster has passed to the other side. He came to me in a dream and a meditation and told me it was time to share the secrets with the Western world. He already sent me here to learn the way of the West. And to spend time in the Western world. I never thought it would come to this. But I called down to confirm his passing with his neighbor; because of course he doesn't have a telephone. The neighbor confirmed his passing as well as a written message left to me saying only one thing "Rembrandt it is time". This to me is the message that it is time to share the teachings of my secret Healer group Kyat.


    I was allowed in: I was only allowed in because of who my parents are, passing the tests that they had sent me through to confirm my natural abilities, and the fact that I was going to stay on the island. This is highly unusual being Caucasian. Because of these reasons I was allowed into the group. When I joined I was about 15.  I had no idea they had started recruiting me when I was 11 or 12.  When I began studying with them the majority of them were in their 80s and I realized then that this was a dying group; but I stayed with them anyway because the knowledge that they offered was to....

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