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ABOUT THE STARS OF "COUPLES IN THE KITCHEN"
One evening during a conversation with his partner Chef. D, Kory shared his concern about the lack of bonding time exhibited by today's modern family. Chef D. having the same thoughts, concurred. It was in that moment that the two of them began to brainstorm. The wanted to come up with a way to re-ignite a desire in American families to spend more time together, bonding. Before long the concept of "Couples In The Kitchen" was born. Kory and Chef D. decided to create a short video series that would reintroduce their family & friends to the idea of getting together, spending time, relating to one another over great food, conversation and light entertainment. They were optimistic that the videos would prompt others to get back to the basics of enjoying life together, again. With that in mind, Kory began to train under his partner Chef D. and has since mastered the culinary skills which has earned him the title of Sous Chef. Now, what started as a way to bond and share quality time with family and friends, quickly grew into something more.Soon, social media was buzzing with positive comments and requests for more videos.
Chef D. and Kory Ward are now Co-Creators & Co-Hosts of a new weekly television series, "Couples In The Kitchen." You can follow the chefs online at: Twitter.com/couplesnkitchen, Facebook.com/couplesinthekitchen.
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Something old, something new, something borrowed, something… green? Rhyme or no rhyme, that’s the sentiment more and more brides a marrying by these days. And no one knows it better than Adele Wechsler of Eco-Culture wedding gowns. “One of the ways of going green when picking a wedding dress is to look for a sustainable fabric. You want to find natural fabrics, not manmade. So look for silk,” the designer tells Green & Gorgeous host Renee Ross. “But not just any silk. It should be eco-silk, which is made without killing the silk worms. Another good alternative is gowns made from hemp.”
Sam Jaeger is living proof that just because an actor has played opposite such ladykillers as Bradley Cooper—in American Sniper—and Benicio Del Toro—in Traffic—he can still wind up being the kind of guy you take home to mother. “We’ve been together for 16 years,” the star of NBC’s Parenthood tells Milling About host Robin Milling of college sweetheart Amber Jaeger. “We spent the first eight years trying to figure out what it means to be in love with your best friend. And one of the things my own parents did right was to stay married. Still, it took a long time for me to be able to propose. It took an equally long time for my wife to be ready to accept. Looking back now, the marriage has changed. I think you go through highs and lows. And now having kids changes the dynamic of everything you do on a daily basis. It never occurred to me before I had kids that everything I did was entirely self-involved.”
Have you ever cooked something to evoke a memory, or has a particular food brought you back somewhere in time? Food is so sensory and the energy that is derived from it can be powerful. Doing a simple drink toast can be a blessing. People make wishes over birthday candles and wedding cakes, how can you empower those wishes with the assistance of spirit? During Halloween many people put out soul cakes to connect with and honor our ancestors. Native Americans use corn meal when working with spirits. We gather with friends and family around food every day, learn how to add a little magic to your gatherings. We will also discuss the thought process and energetics behind fulfilling comfort foods.
Learn how to empower your meals, honor your ancestors and connect with spirit through simple techniques and intuition. Come stir the pot with us and sweeten your spirit on this fun show!
Welcome & glad you could join us. Looking forward to taking your calls as we discuss:
Should Speaker John Boehner be arreted for treasonous acts against the United States? What are your thoughts and opinions on the upcoming speech by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netenyahu to the U.S. Congress?
Worldwide March Against Monsanto March 3rd, 2015.
XL KEYSTONE PIPELINE VETOED by President Obama...good thing or bad?
Opposition Leader (and chief critic of GOP darling Vladimir Putin), Boris Nemtsov, brutally gunned down in broad daylight in front of Kremlin building.
Cultural Icon & beloved actor Leonard Nimoy passes away. Westboro Baptists plans to protest his funeral
CPAC Round Up: Is Scott Walker the male version of Sarah Palin? Rand cheered, Jeb booed. Highlighting the crazy moments(and there were many)
Former Sheriff and anti-Obama Care lunatic now begging for $ to pay medical bills. KARMA!
Tom Swhweich (pronounced Schwike) was State Auditor for Missouri and was going to rum for Governor. Did he commit suicide or is there more to this than meets the eye?
Founding Fathers: "We Are Not A Christian Nation". How many times does this need to be pointed out?
North Carolina legalizes call girls for politicians. Ethics Commission says sex between politicians and lobbyists is legal. Hmmm?
These and any other topic you want to speak about tonight. Call in at (619) 789-1959. Press 1 to speak LIVE ON AIR. Say first name and where you are calling from? Thanks for pressing LIKE, SHARE, FOLLOW & REMIND buttons.
This is KITCHEN POLITICS 123 RADIO SHOW with DAVE & LORI
"We're Not Anti-Social, Just Anti-Stupid...LET'S GET COOKIN'!"
THE GOP FREE FOR ALL FOR 2016 - EVERYONE & THE KITCHEN SINK!
Ted Cruz, Scott Walker, Chris Christie, Rick Perry, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush & A Cast Of Thousands - All Vying For The 2016 GOP Nomination!
On this epiode of Chewing The Fat with Big and Beefy, the boyz will be talking about "Big's" (Chef Rob Burmeister) Evilicious Appearance on Food Networks Cutthroat Kitchen Evilicious Tournament. The episode is called "Canoe Jack City" and man did Big take on a lot of sabotages.What a fantastic episode.
What a show we have for you tonight on Chewing The Fat w/ Big & Beefy!!!! Sexy Jillian Flathers from Hell's Kitchen and Thomas IronChef Hunold from RI!!
Also, we're gonna hash out Bigs demise on Cutthroat Kitchen.
Stay Tuned for a food fight and food news as well as our top 5 list!
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Patricia Davis of Organically Yours Bridal delves into the essence of a successful wedding dress. “When we custom sew a wedding gown, we’re sewing that gown not based on fashion or trends. We’re sewing it based upon satisfying that bride, the designer tells Your True Colors host Carolyn Bendall. “Every bride should be able to select a gown based on what she wants. But because there are so many things every bride wants in a gown, the chances of matching every single detail with a mass-produced dress are very slim.”
Wanna throw a sophisticated reception? Then be sure to tune into The Wedding 101 Show as host, and veteran Chicago-based band leader, David Rothstein delves into the dancing-between-courses craze. “We do it probably 80 to 90 percent of the time at the weddings we play these days,” he says. “As the term implies, this is dancing between dinner courses, throughout the dinner portion of your evening. It originated in upsate New York, it was a very high-society way of throwing a wedding reception. And over the past 30 years, it has made its way across the U.S. The biggest benefit is that it creates energy and momentum throughout the night. And that, for me, is a key to any successful wedding.”
Call it Ken-do attitude. “I started dressing my Barbie dolls when I was 10 years old,” bridal designer Therez Fleetwood, who’d go on to create the only Afrocentric costumes ever worn by Mickey and Minnie Mouse at Walt Disney World, tells Wealthy Sistas host Deborah Hardnett. “So my mother sent me to sewing school. But I wasn’t a big fan of that, and quit after three months. Then my mother bought me a sewing machine, but I didn’t do anything with it for about three years. Then something hit me and I took it out one day and started sewing non-stop. I’ve been at it ever since.”
“White weddings weren’t always the norm in Western culture,” I Do Radio host Angela Chester explains in her series on connubial couture. “One of the first women to walk down the aisle in white was Mary Queen of Scots, when she married Francois II of France in 1558. Considered inauspicious, white was at that time the official color of mourning in France. It didn’t become popular until 1840, after the marriage of Queen Victoria to Albert of Saxe. Victoria wore a white gown as a way to incorporate some lace from her own closet that she loved.”
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