Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Wed Jul 29, 2009

On Today's Show:

Dean Peters - Dir of Communications - International Dairy Queen, Inc.
International Dairy Queen (IDQ), headquartered in Minneapolis, Minn., develops licenses and services a system of more than 5,600 Dairy Queen stores in the United States, Canada and foreign countries, offering dairy desserts, hamburgers, hot dogs and beverages. IDQ is part of the Berkshire Hathaway family, a company owned by Warren Buffett, the legendary investor and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway.

Larry Lipson - Costa Rica wine correspondent
He's been the Daily News restaurant critic for 50 years, but Larry Lipson has finally called it quits: "Sure, there have been editors who have leaned somewhat heavily on me - especially during one period when I was the only restaurant critic/writer in America featured in a newspaper seven days a week." Talk about knowing the restaurant scene in LA.

Deborah Norville - Host of “Inside Edition,” Author
Deborah is joined by the host of the “Food” Network’s hot show “Healthy Appetite” and bestselling author of such books as “The Food You Crave: Luscious Recipes for a Healthy Life” and “Small Changes Big Results” Ellie Krieger who will reveal to your viewers valuable nutritional advice, simple meal recipes and considerations, and small changes in the kitchen that can make a large impact on any person’s overall health, especially a person who suffers from RA. Did you know that approximately 1.3 million Americans suffer from rheumatoid arthritis (RA)? Deborah Norville, the Emmy award-winning host of Inside Edition, has a very personal connection to RA ~ her mother passed away from complications of the disease when Ms. Norville was only 20 years old. An advocate of educating the public about RA, Ms. Norville is hosting New Way RA, the first and only online talk show for people with RA, premiering on

Brian Yarvin "Too Many Tomatoes Cookbook"
This new cookbook from the author of A World of Dumplings features over 100 easy-to-follow recipes for everything from down-home fried green tomatoes and classic ketchup to spicy gazpacho, and even sweet and succulent desserts. Yarvin also includes basic instructions on how to process and preserve your harvest. The tomato bases that you create will provide the basis for many of the recipes featured in the book. Vibrant photographs accompany recipes for salads, side dishes, soups, meat, poultry, and fish dishes, pizzas and calzones, salsas, and sauces that span the globe. Brian Yarvin is the author of Cucina Piemontese, Farms and Foods of the Garden State, and A World of Dumplings (released in 2007 by Countryman). He is an instructor of food, and commercial photography at the Washington School of Photography. Brian is based in Edison, New Jersey.