Thursday, January 14, 2010

Thursday Jan 14, 2010

Live from  The Ka'anapali Beach Resort in Maui  Mike Horn, Paul Stern & Jennifer Horn broadcast live from the beautiful vacation spot with special guests, exotic locations and special surprises.  Golden sands as far as the eye can see. Blue ocean with the islands of Lana'i and Moloka'i off in the distance. Pastel colored skies that linger long after sunset. This is Ka'anapali. Where the perfect Maui vacation begins. Choose from five world-class luxury hotels and six condominium and vacation-club resorts, each with its own unique style. Find the one that suits your taste, along with your budget.  A paved beach walk connects you from your hotel or condo to the best snorkeling spots, open-air restaurants, even a beachfront shopping complex and museum. Play 36 holes of championship golf. Get a beachside massage. Go body boarding, sailing or kayaking. Everything you want is here on West Maui’s sunniest and most exciting shoreline.

Diane Werner, of Taste of Home #1 Cooking Magazine in the Country announces the Taste of Home Comfort Food Diet Cookbook! Shed pounds without feeling deprived with the foods you crave like pizza, lasagna, mac-n-cheese, pulled pork, and even cheesecake with just a fraction of the fat and Taste of HomeCalories. The cookbook features 433 recipes, access to an online dietician and online community group for support! Diane Werner, Food Director, is available for interviews to discuss recipes and tips to help enjoy eating your way to your target weight!

Aussie celeb Chef Pete Evans, who hosts a daily TV show in Australia. He can Teppanyaki Chef - find ... also probably do it when he gets to LA Jan 14 (he's in NYC Jan 9-11 for a Martha Stewart Show taping) He published a cookbook based upon his travels in early 2009

Jerome "The Bus" Bettis' is considered one of the best running backs in NFL history. He is Fifth on the National Football League's all-time rushing list. In 1993, he was  ... Jerome Bettis. At age 29selected in the first round of the NFL draft as the 10th overall pick by the Los Angeles Rams.  Bettis had a successful rookie season by winning co-rookie of the year, Rams MVP, and the Sporting News Rookie of the Year. In 1996 in what has been called the "Trade of the Decade" Bettis' was traded on a Draft day trade to the Pittsburgh Steelers, for two Second Round Draft picks. The first time up against the Rams he rushed for 220 yards. Mr. Bettis was named Steelers MVP in 1996 & 1997. He was named to the Pro Bowl in 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2001, and 2005.  In 1997, Jerome Bettis Enterprises (J.B.E) was established.  J.B.E is a full-service sports marketing firm, which Jerome used to introduce his own line of apparel, manage his endorsements and produced his website,  Jerome also founded The "Bus Stops Here" Foundation, a not-for-profit organization.  He has established a scholarship program for seniors graduating from his former high school, McKenzie High, and he hosts the legendary Reggie McKenzie Football camp every summer, where he was formally a camper. He was acknowledged by the league for his work and named "2002 NFL Walter Payton Man of the Year". Super Bowl XL (40) marked Bettis' last game when the Steelers defeated the Seattle Seahawks in by a score of 21 to 10, a dream come true for The Bus.  "That's the greatest feeling in the world, to actually have an opportunity to hold that Lombardi Trophy, and not hold it because somebody gave it to you. You hold that trophy because you earned it and you won it. That's the most amazing feeling in the world. It's a feeling I've been waiting for 13 years and I'm just glad I was able to come back and hoist that trophy and take it back to Pittsburgh."-Jerome Bettis