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Currently working on different projects dealing with immigration, specially the deportation and dividing of families.
Born in 1947 in “El Barrio,” in Arizona in an aunt’s house next to the railroad tracks. Born to one Leonila Larriva, 32, a one-armed Mexican national from Chihuahua (who had run away from PanchoVilla’s revolution), and one Young Jim Fong, 25, Chinese national from Canton, China. “Parents” never married due to ban on Chinamen marrying white women, even though Mexican women were not considered to be “very white” then. I learned early, swimming in the womb, that justice and law could often be opposing forces.
At age three was given a quarter by the “father” and taken to the movies by a half-sister and never returned. I was never to eat rice and poke at fisheyes with my chopsticks with the “father” again. “Father” was lost forever.
In coming years they wondered the border towns of Mexicali, Nogales, and Tijuana with a one-armed mother. Slept on cardboard boxes, ate from dumps. Stole whatever was not tied down. The “mother” sold her body at times because she was never very good at making tortillas to sell because of her one-arm situation. Please read poem “Awake in a Mexicali Dream” included for a view of a small child’s life on the border. “Mother” joined the “father” to be lost forever.
In 1951 he went to live in USA projects with half-sister and her husband. Started first grade at the age of eight. Met “Dick and Jane.” Was put in closet for speaking sing-song Spanish to them.
Graduated from Arizona State University. Became a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Philippines. Received his MFA, Ceramics degree from University of Hawaii.
A week after having absolutely nothing prepared, VSR was hopping.
Craig's best friend Doug stopped in to give some theories on when it's okay for a man to drive a convertable, Craig explained how he terrified a local jogger, Craig unveiled the Simpsons Fusion Theory, and we spent a good chunk of time discussing Face's bizzare eating habits.
Then, just as the show was about to end, Elevation called in to read a letter he claimed was forwarded on to him by IndieSarah. The actual contents of said letter are as scandalous as they are fraudulent, but it made for a bit of fun at Craig's expense.
The show wrapped up with a music recommendation of "Classic Cars" by Bright Eyes. Many thanks to The Whale, Elevation, Face, and Doug for all dropping in for a very fun episode of the show.
Dianne Linderman talks about eating healthy to lose wight. Also – learn a great tip about gluten-free flour substitutes.
Dianne shares a healthy Homemade Coconut Flour Tortillas Recipe and a recipe for Corn Tortillas that are simple and easy to make at home.
Find out more about Dianne Linderman on her website: http://www.everythingthatmattersradio.com/ and be sure to check out Dianne's cook book Everything That Matters in the Kitchen here: http://www.amazon.com/Everything-That-Matters-Kitchen-Cook/dp/1456319701
Dianne Linderman reads from the article 10 Foods That Sound Healthy (but Aren't), and talks about the things that actually make them bad, and what to do for a healthier alternative.
Dianne shares a simple, delicious homemade Flour Tortillas Recipe and a homemade Chili Slasa Recipe.
Find more great recipes on Dianne's website: http://www.everythingthatmattersradio.com/
Also – be sure to check out Dianne's cook book Everything That Matters in the Kichen here: http://www.amazon.com/Everything-That-Matters-Kitchen-Cook/dp/1456319701
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how can you make bread during or just after a disaster? The stores are closed, the power is out, and the stove doesn’t work! Well, there are a few ways you can turn your stored up flour into golden loaves.
This week we’ll talk about different ways t make bread with or without yeast. I’ll discuss ways to use a simple bread machine and which setting work best. If you simply can’t generate power for a bread machine, don’t worry, there are plenty of ways to get your daily loaf such as sourdough. I’ll tell you how to capture wild yeast in a simple mixture of flour and water, but if that doesn’t work out for you, I have a cheat tip to help it along.
Sometimes yeast, either wild or store bought just isn’t an option, so I’ll also talk about some flat breads. There are many types such as tortillas and pita, but I’m going to talk mostly about some ways to prepare bannock, simple bread that can be made over a campfire with an easy flour and water mix wrapped up on a green stick.
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Part 3 of 3: Originally Aired June 23, 2013
Dianne Linderman continues talking about the recent Paula Deen controversy, comparing the incident to our politicians' statements that don't get any punishment or serious attention from the news. Are we facing the beginning of a race war?
Dianne also shares a great recipe for her Mexican Lasagna.
Find out more about Dianne Linderman on her website: http://www.everythingthatmattersradio.com/ and be sure to check out Dianne's cook book Everything That Matters in the Kitchen and Dianne's book series for entrepreneurial kids titled How to Become an Entrepreneurial Kid.
How can we determine the difference between what is important, and what is non-essential to reaching a successful outcome.
As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Turkey Tortillas, and the "adventure" recipe will be Tuna and Caper Pasta.
No one’s busier or on tighter budgets than college students, right? But you gotta eat, so you may as well eat well. Learn how to prepare tasty, time-efficient and cost-effective recipes from cooking expert Andrea Lynn, author of The I Love Trader Joe's College Cookbook, and Jessica Harlan, author of Ramen to the Rescue: 120 Creative Recipes for Easy Meals Using Everyone's Favorite Pack of Noodles and Tortillas to the Rescue: Scrumptious Snacks, Mouth-Watering Meals and Delicious Desserts--All Made with the Amazing Tortilla.
What can I make for lunch? What can I make for dinner? What can I do with a microwave oven? What can I do in a suite with a kitchen? How can I eat great-tasting food without gaining the freshman 15? What can I make for my party? What can prepare fast and inexpensively? What’s good BRAIN food?
And, of course, we'll be taking LIVE CALLS with YOUR questions and comments! If you’re in college or going to college next year, this will be a great fun show for YOU!
Andrew talks to Monica again. We have learned that he doesn't get through questions quickly, so we are limiting ourselves to two, maybe three.
What are some fun facts about you that may or may not be directly related to your art?
Wrestler: Captain Colon???? Pure frightening beat your ass energy via corn tortillas! HA!
Beer, blood and Cornmeal by Bob Calhoun has some images of Andrew in action!
Listen in for more important and absurd questions!
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His current release, “Talkstory”, derives it’s title from the Hawaiian phrase for hangin’ out with friends, sharing life & enjoying the moment. This is what this collection of songs is all about, from his first inspirations in “Guitarpickin’ Preacher” to his thoughts about the passing of time in the title cut. Jimi speaks from a deeper place, painting stories with words & music, in a unique style that is all his own.
Jimi tends to see the world in lyrical terms, & writes songs that are almost conversational in thought, easy & comfortable to listen to.
Born & raised in East Los Angeles, his cross-cultural influences from teriyaki to tortillas gave him a broader perspective & appreciation for the world around him.
As a child, the radio was always on at home, with orchestrated pop from the likes of Andre Kostelanetz & children’s music from old 45’s filling the rooms. A neighbor’s bossa nova record, & the emergence of the folk movement in the 60’s broadened his appreciation for other kinds of music, & after an epiphany in 1970, he began playing guitar & singing at church.
Jimi is a songwriter advocate, journalist, motivational speaker & someone who knows the importance of knowing people for who they are, not for what they can do for you. In this day & age of virtual reality,
With decades in music on both sides of the glass, Jimi Yamagishi understands what it means to be a songwriter & artist, along with the realities of owning an independent record label as well.