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Tonia’s Kitchen, a nationally syndicated radio show, is where food and wine lovers explore, practice and grow. Listeners hear Tonia talk with top chefs, groundbreaking cookbook authors, fellow foodies and experts in the worlds of wine and gastronomy. Aspiring kitchen masters are invited to have a seat at the table in Tonia's Kitchen where they'll learn that, whatever they cook, taste and nutrition go hand-in-hand and they'll be taken beyond everyday ingredients!
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What a fun interview I had with Renato about his new book, Dolci. A joyous celebration of Italian, American, and Italian American tastes and traditions, Dolci! is a compendium of molto delizioso baked goods from both sides of the Atlantic. In almost a hundred recipes, James Beard–nominated baker Renato Poliafito pays homage to pastries of the Old W…
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I had a great conversation with Zen about protecting our food supply. Moms Across America has long been working to ban glyphosate from being sprayed on our food and animal feed crops, especially as a drying agent on grain crops. Studies have shown a very close correlation between the increase of Celiac disease and the increase of glyphosate on crop…
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Caitlin Prettyman is the recipe developer, photographer,and author behind the popular food blog Kalefornia Kravings and Instagram account @kalefornia_kravings. She loves creating and sharing fun, vibrant recipes that are full of flavor and made with better-for-you ingredients. With an emphasis on “healthy-ish” foods, Caitlin’s belief is that everyo…
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Make Summer sweeter with the incredible taste of berries. Nothing says the start of summer like biting into a deliciously sweet and amazingly fresh berry. That’s because there’s no better time of the year to incorporate berries in dishes than during the summer, whether enjoying them in a yummy dessert or as a fresh snack. Just in time for summer, E…
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What a fun interview talking with Chef Britt. Backyard parties are a summertime staple. Now, you can get tips from one of the hottest chefs in the country to take your backyard blasts into orbit! Chef Britt Rescigno, runner-up this year on Food Network’s hit show “Tournament of Champions,” is one of the toughest competitors you will find! She’s rea…
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What a fun interview with George Geary. In Made in California Volume 2, George continues to tell the remarkable stories of the early 20th-century food startups that captured America’s hearts and stomachs and delves into the rich tapestry of cultural influences that have propelled California restaurants and diners onto the national stage. Focusing o…
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It was great talking with Yasmin. From New York Times Cooking contributor Yasmin Fahr comes a guide to tackling weeknight dinner, with simple, delicious recipes that suit the needs of even the busiest home cooks. What’s for dinner? It’s a question we ask ourselves most nights—pressed for time or groceries, searching through the fridge for inspirati…
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From California to Israel to France, there’s a Plethora of New Wines for PASSOVER 2024 for Every Palate & Pocketbook. I always enjoy talking with Gabe about wine and sampling some of his suggestions. Introducing Passover-Approved Wines & Spirits from Across the Globe The most important event in Jewish history is marked by eating a festive meal with…
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What a pleasure talking with Anna about Italian food and culture. A topic close to my heart. Cookbook author Anna Francese Gass invites food lover's and home cooks on a delectable journey throughout Italy, exploring the rich tapestry of flavors that define Italian snacking culture. The book includes more than 100 sweet and savory recipes for every …
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Passionate food preserver Jenny Gomes shares healthy, yummy and inspiring canning recipes that both kids and adults will love. Learn how to can pantry basics like common veggies and ground meat, as well as a tasty variety of soups, stews and the nutritional powerhouse, bone broth. Take the guesswork out of this proven time-tested food preservation …
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Had a fun chat with Joe Yogerst about this new book. Discover the most delicious bites and lesser-known food experiences across the United States and Canada with the ultimate foodie guidebook. You will find diverse recommendations in all 50 states and 11 Canadian provinces and territories, including can't miss restaurants, food trucks, diners, cafe…
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It was great talking with Elise Thomas about cookies and her new book. In 2020, when the world was hit with a pandemic, Elise Thomas used her own small kitchen oven to begin baking her signature gourmet cookies. Selling them first out of her garage, her business quickly skyrocketed into a successful chain of bakeries--Cookie Co.--and earned her the…
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It's always a pleasure to talk with Amy Traverso about what you can discover in New England through Yankee Magazine. Visit us at www.toniaskitchen.com, Facebook or Instagram. Listen to our podcast, Food Talk For Health from your favorite Podcast App, to learn about food as medicine and more. We'd love to hear from you!…
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Embrace a healthier lifestyle without sacrificing taste. Hannah has empowered countless women, including herself, to manage autoimmune diseases through mindful eating and understanding food properties. Additionally, she helps individuals manifest their ideal lives through self-nourishment, all without restrictive diets or an emphasis on weight loss…
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Eating Peru: A Gastronomic Journey Bob Bradley shares the culmination of decades of his personal discoveries about the food of Peru and the history that led to its current culinary status. Bob shares his fascinating experience sampling food lore, Andean anthropology, history, linguistics and the pleasures and perils of travel within Peru. Visit us …
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Lisa and Debrianna share their most beloved dishes along with never-before -shared creations and top-voted dishes by members of the Corona Kitchen community. This quirky, hands-on cookbook features original recipes for all meals of the days plus snacks, side dishes, cocktails and mocktails. Lisa and Debrianna, both accomplished Hollywood veterans, …
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In A TASTE OF THE WORLD Scherer, who left Wall Street, went to culinary school, and created eat2explore, offers recipes that are easy to prepare, wholesome, and delicious, including: Dak Bulgogi (Korea) Zuppa di Scarola e Fagioli (Italy) Pilau na Kachumbari (Kenya) Lomo Saltado (Peru) Falafel with Tzatziki and Tabbouleh (Israel) Rowena started…
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Kat shares wholesome, comforting mostly gluten-free recipes that are full of flavor, nourishment, and fun—and meant to be devoured in big bites! Kat is the Chef, Recipe Developer and Digital Creator behind Kat Can Cook. Visit us at www.toniaskitchen.com, Facebook or Instagram. Listen to our podcast, Food Talk For Health from your favorite Podcast A…
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Supper With Michelle Food Blogger Michelle Braxton debuts her new cookbook called Supper With Love. Incorporating fresh, seasonal, natural and wholesome ingredients, the recipes are all infused with Michelle's warm approach to cooking and draw on a rich diversity of cuisines and cultures. Michelle wrote the book to transform comfort food favorites …
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As the go-to air fryer authorities, Becky and Jen understand that the air fryer isn't just for party foods anymore - it's for getting quick, healthy, inexpensive complete meals on the table. Whether you've been an air fryer devotee for years, or are just getting started, Air Fryer All Day is the only cookbook you'll need. Visit us at www.toniaskitc…
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From fried dumplings to fortune cookies, here are the tales behind your favorite foods. Do you know the stories behind delectable dishes–like the fun connection between scallion pancakes and pizza? Or how dumplings cured a village’s frostbitten ears? Or how wonton soup tells about the creation of the world? (taken from gracelin.com) Visit us at www…
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Tonia talks with Angela Engel, Founder of the Collective Book Studio, a Publishing house for Lifestyle Food and Wine books. Friday Night Cocktails is for anyone who’s interested in a well-made but not fussy homemade mixed drink. The 52 cocktails (plus numerous variations) are made with common ingredients that readers can easily stock up on and keep…
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FlyWines works with customers for a special tasting experience. Being a wine importer and exporter, they have access to uncommon wine options for the more seasoned wine-o. Their in-house Chief Sommelier is also available to create custom wine boxes for those looking to broaden their wine knowledge or try new wines, or as unique holiday gifts. For t…
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In her debut cookbook, Vasudha Viswanath takes readers on a little trip around the world, drawing inspiration from an array of traditional and global cuisines that are rich in whole foods like vegetables, legumes, and healthy fats. It features 75 low-carb, plant-forward recipes from around the world. Visit us at www.toniaskitchen.com, Facebook or I…
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