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On this episode of Fast Food Friday on the Chef Cardinale's Cooking Show, Chef Alex will be taking about Hamburgers and sandwiches! Hamburgers and Sandwiches have become some popular that they are easy to cook and don't take too long to make. You can get a quick burger or sandwich from Mcdonalds, Wendys, Subway, Chick-fila, and more! Chef Alex will tell you the good and bad of getting a sandwich at a restaurant. Also Chef Alex will share his copy cat sandwich recipes at home so you can enjoy a tasy sandwich with out having to drive to the restaurant.
Some of our recipes include: Filet ol' fish sandwich, Chef Alex's McChicken, Bacon Double Cheeseburger, Mushroom Burger, Crispy Chicken Sandwich, and much more!
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Mike Silva and Joe Buono preview the Rangers- Canadiens series with Brian Monzo of WFAN. Hear the guys chat about the Nets loss to Miami with Steve Popper of The Record. Jared Zwerling of The Bleacher Report calls in from the NBA Draft combine. Mike and Joe give a baseball state of the union after the Subway Series split.
In this episode of the "Terrible Towel Tantrum"; presented by The Red Light Sports Network, sponsored by Subway of Latrobe, Troy Otradovec talks about the Night and Day offense that we have seen from the Pittsburgh Steelers in back to back weeks. Could the Bell and Blount situation have caused the offense to be off key that much? I am not so sure, but fasten your seat belts and put your foot on the gas - we are breaking down pre-season game 3.
Back for episode 52 is the Bedford & Sullivan podcast! Today, longtime friend of the show, Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher Carl Erskine, calls in to talk about the memories he has of facing the New York Giants and the New York Yankees, when the Subway lines involved were the IND, the IRT and the BMT (Independant Subway System, Interborough Rapid Transit, and Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit, respectively.)
So, join us at 4pm ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!
Kay's vaKAYtion wrap up and Dereck's motor head friends meet at Swedish Car Day! Dereck has the Hot Topics and Kay has the Weird News! Or...wait...isn't that the other way around? Special guest, James joins us in studio again!
Visual Aids: Woman Steals Lawn.
Man Faints on Subway in Shanghai
Game One of the 2014 Subway Series is in the books. Rising Apple staff writers Michael Lecolant and Sam Maxwell will recap Monday night's back and forth battle staged in the Bronx, in the 73rd episode of the Rising Apple Report.
The Mets are starting to call up new faces, and redistribute roles. The general manager, Sandy Alderson, discussed these recent moves, while wild rumors abound of ownership's demise.
Mike and Sam will cover it all and more.
The show starts at 11:30pm EST. The number to call is 646-929 0337. They hope to hear from you.
We're number one! We're number one! We're number one! With Tuesday's loss and a Texas Rangers win, YOUR Colorado Rockies are officially the worst team in Major League Baseball. So hey, progress! Tyler and Anthony talk about that because it's so uplifting.
Plus, a discussion with James Smyth, sports researcher and in-booth statistician for the YES Network about what it's like to actually be that guy for a major league broadcast.
Then, for the second consecutive week, we're taking listener questions. This week, we cover Raimel Tapia, things we actually enjoy about being Rockies fans (not many), and more (but not sandwiches).
With four weeks to go in the minor league season, we're going prospect-heavy on Episode 21. Tyler and Anthony give you some names to watch out for coming down the pike (or pipe...whichever) from the 2014 draft. Plus, we'll give you an update on the Rockies' top prospects including Jonathan Gray, David Dahl, Ryan McMahon, Raimel Tapia, and more..
We're also taking LISTENER QUESTIONS FOR THE FIRST TIME ZOMFG. And a discussion of Tulo's latest comments to our good pal Nick Groke of the Post.
Oh, also there's a pretty lengthy discussion on what constitutes a sandwich and what doesn't. So...you know, there's that, too.
NWP welcomes Emily West! With a standing ovation and four yes's from the judges, Emily is moving on to the FINAL's of America's Got Talent 2014! Winning America's vote tonight, Emily survives and moves on.
Emily moved to Nashville at 18 and had minor success as a country music artist. She packed a bag for New York 4 months ago to try to hear herself think and reinvent herself. She wanted a clean slate. A do-over.
Emily's dream is to tell stories through songs in a theatre. Making the crowd nervous in a 'one woman show she creates.
'I'm a Jessica Rabbit/Tom Waits kinda-something. I love hearingbeautiful melodies telling me horrible things. I wear my heart on my sleeve. Judy, Barbara, Patsy, Rufus Wainwright, Antony & the Johnson's. I love to interpret a song. I love to sing stories. I love New York and I don't want to leave. Sandwiches are so expensive.'
Watch for my audition on season 9 of America's Got Talent! #TurnUpTheTalent https://www.facebook.com/emilywest?fref=ts
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Brighton Beach Avenue, the main street of community of Brighton Beach was a sea of people, young and old, weaving in and out of the hundreds of stories featuring various Jewish and Russian delicacies. A medley of Russian and Jewish music filtered out of the Russian coffeehouses that lined the streets which nurtured the aroma of hot bagels and knishes. It was 1933. The depression years were waning and the war was yet to come.
Sara Koza was an attractive 18-year-old with compelling deep brown eyes. Born of Russian immigrants in Harlem, her mother had died when she was 8-year-old of TB. Her father, Jack was forced to put her and her brother who was two years younger into an orphanage until he could establish a home for them. Jack met Frieda, a young nurse from Russia and they were married. Sara's father was a gifted musician and joined the Goldman band as the lead trumpeter. Sara and her brother, Sam, were taken out of the orphanage and reunited with their father and new stepmother. The Koza's, due to the father's talent flourished during the depression years and Sara had a new sister and brother to concern herself with as the oldest child. As she walked the streets of Brighton to the subway in 1933 she felt a sense of excitement which reflected in the blush that crossed her cheek and her buoyant stride. To Read The Rest of The Story Click The Link http://brightonbeach.com/pat-singer-the-promise.html
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On this edition of the Yanks Go Yard Series Preview Show, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler recaps the Yankees' series in Milwaukee as New York looks to start their 12-game interleague stretch on the right note.
Plus, Brian Sausa from the Empire Writes Back joins the show to preview the Subway Series. The Mets have been struggling as of late and have major holes at key positions such as shortstop. Ricky and Brian will discuss Curtis Granderson's return to the Bronx, the Mets' starting pitching, and whether or not Stephen Drew will be in Queens come next month.
These two cities always come up for comparision. The "Big Apple vs The "Windy City". The Traveling Eye asked listeners to compare these two metropolis’. Chicago’s Deep Dish Pizza vs. New York’ Slices, Street Food, Entertainment, Skylines, neighborhoods, Shopping, tourist attaractions, Transportation and Cost. We let our listeners and those who follow us on social media weigh in. Hear the reults for the Best City from Ja'Vonne & Bonnie as told thru you.