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  • 00:15

    The Three Tomatoes

    in Women

    Want the skinny on everything from the best facials in New York City to thong underwear that are actually comfortable? How about the latest in hot spots and must-see events in Los Angeles? If you’re looking to find fun and fascinating musings aimed at women over 40, you’ll want to hear all about The Three Tomatoes and their free e-newsletter. Join founder Cheryl Benton and contributor Debbie Zipp as they share the Tomato manifesto on maturity, Botox and the joy of being kids at heart!

  • 00:30

    Go Tomatoes with Dance a GoGo!

    in Women

    Bored with your workout routine Tomatoes?! Professional dancer and choreographer Andrea Lin, who has worked with such stars as Madonna, Britney Spears, and Mariah Carey, combines dance and exercise so you can get fit the fun and SEXY way no matter what your age. We’ll be chatting with the multifaceted and brilliantly talented Andrea Lin, a native Taiwanese, about her transition to America at a young age, her successful career and the creation of her video exercise video series DANCE A GO GO and her latest release, DANCE A GO GO SEXY NIGHTCLUB WORKOUT. So if you are tired of all those boring crunches join us Wednesday July 7th IPM EST/10AM PST and get ready to be inspired to dance.

  • 00:30

    TOMATOES ARE TALKING SEX!

    in Women

    Sex in Mommyville that is. Once upon a time there was a woman who wanted to have sex….but she was a mother! Sound familiar? Writer and performer Anna Fishbeyn is our guest this week and her hilarious New York Play SEX IN MOMMYVILLE premieres August 18th in New York City. In this musical feminist comedy, Anna takes the audience on a wild journey into one woman’s sexual awakening, feminist diatribe and ultimate self discovery as she repeatedly tries to have sex with her husband. We tomatoes are anxious to hear about Anna’s journey as a sex-starved mom and what she has learned from being a mother and a woman in today’s hyper-anxious, self- perfecting, wrinkle-eradicating society. Tune in Wednesday August 18th 1PM EST/10AM PST/ 12PM CST. And you could win a VTech Bluetooth cordless phone, as a reminder from VTech about the power of real one-to-on conversations. (Learn more at www.staygrounded.com Go to our Tomatoes in the Trenches Face Book Page(www.facebook.com/tomatoesinthetrenches)for contest details.

  • 00:30

    Car Talk for Tomatoes

    in Women

    Our guest this week on Tomatoes in the Trenches is Lauren Fix,a winning professional race car driver, and an award winning, highly regarded and trusted automotive expert. Lauren has appeared numerous times on, TODAY,The View,CNN, NPR,The Early Show and 20/20 to name just a few. Founder of Automotive Aspects and author of numerous books and articles including the award-winning Lauren Fix's Guide to Loving Your Car, Lauren provides solid information and an auto industry insider's perspective on a wide range of automotive topics and safety issues. The automotive industry isn't just a man's world. The Tomatoes will be talk'in cars and we'll be taking your calls at 347-838-8868. So empower yourself and join us Wednesday March 10 1PM EST.

  • 00:31

    TOMATOES, HERE COMES THE SPA GURU

    in Women

    Jenni Lipa, President of “Spa Trek Travel” is known as the Spa Guru and she has been to over 1200 spas over the past 35 years all over the world. Yes, that’s no lie! Jenni Lipa knows the latest trends and how to get tomatoes out there totally pampered. It isn’t just indulgence it is therapeutic! Yeah! Jenni’s passion and travels inspired a new passion so she created the nonprofit organization, “Friends of Cambodian Child’s Dream Organization”, which builds water wells, sponsors education and supports orphanages in the rural area of Siem Reap, Cambodia. We’re mixing it up on the show this week talking with Jenni about what is good for you and what good you can do for others. Join this Wednesday March 16th 2PM EST.

  • 00:35

    Simply Canning: Preserving tomatoes

    in Gardening


    Sharon Peterson of Simply Canning shares tips for preserving tomatoes. Canning, dehydrating and freezing!  Learn Sharon's favorite trick to reduce time spent canning tomato sauce.  Learn how to peel your tomatoes without blanching and gain insight on making and using your own tomato powder.


    More on preserving tomatoes on Sharon's Show Notes page. Tune in to The Survival Mom Radio Network!

  • 01:02

    PAIRED: Summer Heirloom tomatoes & wine with guest Laura Taylor, Tomato Matters

    in Food

    On Paired with Chef Mary and Duane our food and wine experts are talking with Laura Taylor of Tomato Matters learning her heirloom tomato secrets– how to grow heirlooms, the best soil to use, the different varieties, how to store and cut tomatoes – and the recipes and wines that go best with these tart and tangy fruits, yes, fruits.


    The show first broadcasts Saturday, July 26th at 1:30 pm EDT. For more information about Laura and Tomato Matters please go to tomatomatters.com and don’t forget this you can buy your very own heirloom plant before the show and ask questions on how to grow it at your own home this summer, it’s not too late.

  • 00:30

    Rita Cosby, Emmy Winning Journalist, Dishes with the Tomatoes

    in Women

    Rita Cosby’s investigative journalism style have won her three Emmy’s and the Jack Anderson Award for investigative excellence. As a prime time anchor at Fox News and MSNBC, and currently as a special correspondent for the top rated CBS syndicated news magazine, Inside Edition, she has interviewed dozens of world leaders and celebrities from Yassar Arafat to Michael Jackson. But perhaps the biggest “investigative” journalistic story of her career, was when she uncovered her father’s secret past, a story of heroism and courage, which she reveals in a compelling and powerful memoir “Quiet Hero, Secrets From My Father’s Past.” Join us live this Wed. 1/26 at 2PM EST/11AM PST. Or on demand at your leisure.

  • 01:04

    Hillary For President - Donna Reed On Steroids

    in Current Events

    Tonight we take a look at the perplexing phenomenon of Hillary Rodham Clinton.  She grew up in a nice Republican suburban neighborhood, and actually campaigned for Nixon and Goldwater in the early 1960's.  She moved steadily left in college, as did so many, in an era of turmoil defined by the Civil Rights movement and Vietnam.  Moving into the professions after college, she became an active feminist.  Married to Bill Clinton, a reforming Democrat trying to move his party to the center in the conservatively-minded 1980's, she became a power broker in both politics and the corporate world, being exposed to big money and all its temptations and perks. And became entangled in the emotional storms of a deeply troubled marriage.  These disparate elements of her background are often at war with one another, and the conflict is externalized in the divisions within the Democratic party and the nation as a whole. She seems to be torn between two personas- the traditional good girl who grows up to be a pillar of the community, valuing affection and security, and a modern power hungry Lady Macbeth who must accommodate the bizarre tropes of the modern Democratic party.


    The question, of course, is whether the presidency should be the stage on which this psychodrama plays out.

  • 00:29

    Herbs 'n' Maters!

    in Food

    Luscious, juicy, tasting just like summer itself... the first tomatoes are coming in, around here! It's been a while since we've talked about the herbs that go with them, so come join me for some summer deliciousness.  

  • 00:57

    Everyday KC - Tomatoes!

    in Gardening


    While we gardeners and foodies appreciate the benefits of this deep, soaking snow on our parched soil, we're ready to put the winter behind us, and get our fingers dirty. 

    In that spirit, today we visit with one of KC's most avid home gardeners - James Worley. James raises hundreds of heirloom tomatoes, speciality peppers and myriad other vegetables on his 1.5 acre yard in south Kansas City, MO. He sells plants and vegetables and he shares his tips, trick, successes and failures on his popular blog, "KC Tomato Times".


    If you're ready for winter's end and long for the taste of garden-fresh produce, you won't want to miss today's show. 

    www.everyday-kc.com


     

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