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Late Spring is when Strawberries are in peak season. This program explores the health benefits of Strawberries and how to find the best Strawberries around. Make sure to check the Real Food Empire Blog to get the recipes and resources to help you enjoy the seasons bounty.
Join Chef Egger from TheSoCalChef.com and Brian Douglas of Rincon Berries. Rincon Fresh is the largest grower of berries in California; in particular Strawberries, Blackberries and Raspberries. From the past to the future of berry growing, find out what it takes to these fruits to your table. From employing nearly 16,000 during the height of the season Rincon Fresh has evolved as the premeire producer of fresh berries. Also, Brian Douglas will give his expert advise on choosing the best berries and how to properly store them. Plus, Chef Gerald Egger will share his favorite recipes for all things berries.
Go to TheSoCalChef.com or RinconFresh.com for update information
The Ohio State university extension Program at the Ohio State University South Centers is proud to present a weekly blog talk radio channel. Co-hosts include: Brad Bergefurd horticulturalist; Duane Rigsby Technology Coordinator; Jerry Driggs, Manager of the Endeavor Centers and Patrick Dengel business development specialist.
We will be featuring Brad Bergefurd, Horticulturalist on April 23, 2013 Tuesday from 11:00 am to 11:30 on our BLOG TALK RADIO CHANNEL.
If you are thinking about growing strawberries, Brad has a lot of information available to you.
Brad will discuss:
- Variety Selection
- Selecting Sites
- Preparing the Soils
- Planning – When’s and How’s
- Care and maintenance
Brad will also be able to take call-ins and answering questions
This is a program you will not want to miss.
Berries by Quicha was created by CEO Quicha Brown in February 2014 and has quickly become
a success. For over 2 years Quicha has been presenting her delicious chocolate covered
strawberries as gifts to various family members and friends. After several request for the
scrumptious treat Quicha decided to make Berries by Quicha a staple in the culinary and events
Welcome To Grilliant Ideas Radio! It's All About Food, Fun and Friends with Some Entertainment and Lots Of Laughs Thrown In!
Our first guest this week is Holly Guenther! Owner/Artist at Kimchi Kawaii
Holly will be coming on the show to talk about her new project on Kickstarter for the Sweet Dreams Plush Strawberry kimchikawaii.com/kickstarter Who doesn't like Strawberries, Chocolate and Plush Toys??.. (except Grilliant) LOL
Our second Special Guest is someone who can really "Clean-Up" the show! Beer Soap... is what the suds are all about! Alyson Noel Swihart will be coming on to talk about their unique Beer Soap products! This we gotta hear!
www.handbrewedsoaps.com Rub a dub dub..3 Beers in the tub!
Our Singing Guest this week is our Good Buddy Tara Tinlsey
Tara was a regular on the early days of Grilliant Ideas Radio and has been honing her skills in Nashville and is coming out with a new album/cd soon! We will be catching up with Tara, see what's new in her life, and hearing some new tunes!
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Sexy vixens, hunky, half naked heroes, and tons of romance. That's what my guest likes, and that's just what she delivers!
Join me on Thursday, August 28th at 6pm EST as I sit down and chat with Niecey Roy, author of A What's Love series, about her latest novel, Done with Love.
Is Alexis Gorecki done with Leo Moss? We'll here from Niecey about that, so tune in because you won't want to miss what happens when the former lovers come face-to-face!
Once upon a time…
Bridal boutique owner, Alexis Gorecki, used to believe in happily-ever-afters—until prince charming turned into a toad.
Months after being blindsided by her own horrific wedding scandal, Lexie is desperately trying to keep her boutique afloat in the wake of all the bad publicity. Waging war against her evil almost-in-laws—the people who will stop at nothing to ruin her reputation—sounded much better in her head. Lexie’s strawberries and cream personality really isn’t cut out for taser guns and blackmail.
To complicate matters, Lexie’s first love is back in town with his sexy green eyes and out-of-control abs. He already broke her heart once before, the beast. Leo Moss has always been her weakness and he’s made it perfectly clear what he wants. Can he convince Lexie she’s not done with love just yet?
Grow a treat in your garden! Learn how to plant strawberries and always have a healthy treat! Listen in as we explain the process of planting and growing your own strawberries in your garden!
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This radio show is presented by the BIG Maricopa County Home Shows, held 5 times a year, exclusively at the AZ State Fairgrounds in Phoenix, AZ and the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, AZ.
Listen every M-F at 9am as we interview preferred home show vendors, gives tips and ideas for home improvement and offers the latest info on what is going on in the Home Improvement industry and at the upcoming Home Show!
Check us out at:
Blog Radio: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/maricopa-county-home-shows
First Name: Maricopa Last Name: Home Shows
Go here to get your own instructions on growing your own strawberries: http://maricopacountyhomeshows.com/blog/?p=342
Gwendolyn D Adams-Evans, Affectionately known as "GIGI"
Talk Show host for The Artist's Loft (Giwiz Productions LLC) and Dreams Can Become Realities (Arlene Brown TV Network) Is an Independent business owner and Entrepeuner, Gwendolyn D Adams-Evans, affectionately known as "GIGI" is a freelance writer, screenwriter and playwright for her own company, Giwiz Productions LLC and is also a movie extra actress. Her latest movie she had fun doing, was as a jazz scene dancer and an older woman in another scene, who sneered and made gestures of boredom at the guest speaker in the film "The Legend Of Hip Hop", (Origin Niles Films) Valdamir, Producer and Jbril (Director), release date TBD.
Her skills include, but are not limited to, being a trained computer software and hardware tech, producer, playwright, and acting coach for her production company, Giwiz Productions LLC. She is a member of the Writers Guild, supporter of The Majestic Rose Travel Agency (Arlene Brown Owner), The Cancer Society, The Heart Association, Screenwriter's Guild of the Americas, PBA Television Network, Poetry.com poet, Black Writers Guild, and many more. For relaxation away from her busy schedule, she paints abstract oil paintings and indulges in her favorite exercise Tai-Chi and other Chakra cleansing and meditation tapes.
Gigi's current involvement is with Film Maker, Brittany Davis as director and assistant producer for Ms. Davis' new reality series, "Love N Stuff". Casting is underway. In addition to directing and producing, she will begin the audition process for playwright Michele Moore's stage play, "Chocolate and Strawberries" on August 30th.
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The poems in Splitting the Velvet Dark cover the life of a wife and mother struggling with depression and anxiety. They speak of the transcendence felt by planting strawberries to avoid a breakdown, and the peace that comes from driving a green Plymouth through the countryside.
"Elaine Mott is a poet of accuracy and reverence. Her poems, ceremonial and intense, are grounded in city life and garden life, in the cycles of nature and emotion. Her voice is genuine and immediate. We hear it with the sense she is right next to us, singing directly to us."
Aaron Mott is the son of Elaine Mott. Aaron is also an actor and has appeared in seven episodes of AMC's show Turn.
We're pleased to introduce Jake Winderman to our podcast this week! Jake and Dave will cover LeBron's departure from the Miami Heat after four great years, plus a look at the Miami Heat today: will the new Chris Bosh/Dwyane Wade era make some noise in the NBA? LeBron James returns to the Cleveland Cavs... what is it like for a city desperate for success to see their hometown hero back in town? PLUS, some of the other NBA free agency moves -- Melo back to the Knicks, Pau Gasol to the Chicago Bulls, and more with Jake Winderman, son of long-time Miami Heat beat reporter Ira Winderman. In Hour 2, Kevin on the Cape joins Dave for more Summer "Random Questions", including a few anecdotes on summer fruit and vegetables and the ongoing debate between crab and lobster.
It’s fresh berry season, a favorite time of year! Most of us love to sink our teeth into strawberries, raspberries and blueberries. Berries are a rich in antioxidants and phytochemicals which makes them a power food! When pondering how to serve them, some standard favorite recipes come to mind: strawberry shortcake, blueberry muffins, pancakes and pie. Yet, there are so many more mouth-watering berry good recipes! How about Fireworks Parfait, Simple Berry Sangria or 10 Ways to Stuff Strawberries? With our guest, Kyla Oberman from Naturipe, co-host Carolina Jantac, RDN (Kid Kritics Approved) and I are going to shower you with our top picks of new and out of the box ways to serve your family and friends the best berry palate pleasers. Get ready to be filled up for some berry good fun!
Over the voiced concerns of the country's top scientists, the cancer-causing strawberry pesticide methyl iodide was approved for use nationally in the last days of the Bush Administration. Called "one of the most toxic chemicals on earth," methyl iodide causes late-term miscarriages, contaminates water and is so effective at causing cancer that scientists use it to create cancer cells in the lab. Finally, Obama's EPA is taking public comments about the pesticide.
In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer will speak to Tracey Brieger, Co-Director, Californians for Pesticide Reform, about the dangers of using this pesticide and why you need to demand safe strawberries. Stay tuned!
Bio: Tracey Brieger has worked for 18 years in across the globe as an advocate for a variety of environmental and social justice issues. She has worked on international banking, finance, mining and hydroelectric dam issues, and also has a particular interest in sustainable food systems work. She worked in Thailand and Laos for two years on sustainable agriculture projects and since 2002, she has served as the Campaign and Media Director and currently the Co-Director of Californians for Pesticide Reform, or CPR. CPR is a statewide coalition of over 185 public interest groups that aims to protect human and environmental health from the dangers of pesticide use. From 2002-4, she served on the founding Steering Committee of the California Food and Justice Coalition. Tracey holds an M.S. in Environmental Science, Policy and Management from UC Berkeley. Outside of work, she enjoys teaching yoga and is a practicing clinical herbalist.
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