LIVE this Sunday, March 11th at 635pm Small Bites with Glenn Gross and Derek Timm of Bluejeanfood.com on Wildfire Radio has as Jimmie JJ Walkerwould scream a “DY-NO-MITE” lineup!
We are thrilled to welcome Chef Alina Z. Chef Alina Z is an author, TV personality, private celebrity chef, and has her own show called “What’s New and Good with Chef Alina Z” a non-scripted TV series on TV Santa Barbara (TVSB) that shows viewers how to eat healthy at local restaurants as well as how to make fabulous meals at home. Chef Alina Z is also an award-winning, Board-Certified Health Coach, Detox Specialist, and Creator of the #1 Best Diet in America, as selected by Harper’s Bazaar Magazine. Chef Alina Z just released a new book on Valentine’s Day called “Single and Hungry: A Realistic Guide to Food and Self-Love” from Consulting-AZ. She wants you to ask yourself; DOES THIS SCENARIO SOUND FAMILIAR TO YOU? 1. You think that you need to lose weight and look “perfect” in order to be loved and feel happy. 2. You start to chase happiness by trying to lose weight. 3. You feel unhappy because, let’s be honest here, dieting sucks. 4. You lose a few pounds, yet you don’t feel happy. 5. Because you have been so miserable on this diet, you decide to “treat” yourself by going off the wagon for a meal… or two…ok, three. 6. You gain the weight right back, feel unloved, unhappy and alone. 7. You go back to step one. If you have tried dieting and hated yourself for failing, you are not alone. Few authors understand the complex relationship between food and self-love (or lack of) quite like Chef Alina Z. Before becoming a sought-after holistic health coach, she has also faced her own share of demons when it comes to weight loss, body image and the deep-rooted psychology that can prevent us from loving ourselves. In this book, Chef Alina Z shares her comprehensive and easy-to-implement program that will give you the tools needed to fall in love with yourself and create your own empowering Couture Nutrition solution for a healthy and happy life. High profile fans like Alicia Silverstone and John Salley have recently raved about Chef Alina Z’s healthy cuisines We can’t wait!
Then we welcome Courtney Osgood the Head of Communications for Cozymeal with locations all over the United States. Cozymeal offers experiences hosted at the chef’s place or your place. Choose the chef’s pre-approved location, which may be a small cafe, event space or the chef’s private home. Alternatively, have the chef come to you by selecting “My Place” when booking. Cozymeal chefs and caterers are vetted in person to ensure their standards are met – including requirements for local or national food safety certifications. You select a cooking class, team building, or catering experience, pick your date, and with just a few clicks book and enjoy.
One of Cozymeal’s Philadelphia chef representatives will also be in studio to show and tell us all about what they offer. Chef Renee Weigel from Cozymeal Philadelphia located at 325-41 Chestnut Street, Suite 800, Philadelphia, PA is one of their shining stars from the Drexel UniversityCulinary Arts program. She was just recently highlighted on the Blog Belly of the Pig for her open kitchen at Good Food Flats and she is also involved with LocalStove. We are looking forward to it.
Eric Keiles owner of Silence Dogood’s Tavern will also join the fun. Silence DoGood was Ben Franklin’s pen name. Silence DoGood’s Tavern is all about Philadelphia – local beer, bourbon and even the names of our burgers (like “the Original Jawn”). They have a passion for Philadelphia and it’s reflected throughout. Silence DoGood’s Tavern is also embarking on a new campaign to “do good” in Philadelphia. They’re starting with a campaign to re-paint the steeple at Christ Church, Philadelphia, their neighbor in Old City District/Historic District. Great food and good deeds, sounds like a match made in heaven to us.
Need more? You know this is Small Bites and we pack it in. Looking for a night out? How about dinner and a show? Well you pick where to eat, and we have the perfect setting for you to enjoy a show. Coming in studio will be Nikole Platenecky of Gloucester Catholic Junior Senior. She is joining us to talk about Gloucester Catholic’s live presentation of the Disney classic Beauty and the Beast at Rowan College at Gloucester County in the Fine Arts Center with performances March 15th-17th. The directors are Amy Pinardo and Chris Alongi and musical director John Willy. They are putting on a wonderful show and hope everyone can attend.
Small Bites Radio correspondent Actor John DiRenzo will also be helping in studio with his valuable insight and experience in the culinary world and also be sure to catch him on QVC selling the high quality Copper Chef products.
You say you STILL NEED MORE!!! Don’t forget we still have our regular weekly segments from Courier-Post nightlife correspondent and The New York Times recognized John Howard-Fusco for his news of the week and please remember that John’s book “A Culinary History of Cape May: Salt Oysters, Beach Plums & Cabernet Franc” from Arcadia Publishing The History Press is now available to buy, Chef Barbie Marshall who is a Chef Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen Season 10 finalist and appeared on Season 17 of FOX Hell’s Kitchen #AllStars, and Chef Barbie was named Pennsylvania’s most influential chef by Cooking Light will delight us with her tip of the week, and a joke of the week from legendary joke teller Jackie Martling of The Howard Stern Show fame and Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling with his autobiography “The Joke Man: Bow to Stern” from Post Hill Press with foreword by Artie Lange available to order on Amazon.com. Fat Jack’s BBQ and Bluejeanfood.com hope you will TuneIn worldwide or catch the following day on iTunes or Player FM.