Tuesday, August 24, 2010

8/25 - Mike Golic, Chris Lilly, Sandra Lee, Krista Eberle, Peter Kastelan,

ESPN football analyst Mike Golic
Barbecue-champion pitmaster Chris Lilly
Fourth annual "Tailgate Week" to kick off the college and pro football seasons. They will have advice for how your listeners can throw a tailgate party in their own backyard, discuss great recipes and let listeners know how they can enter the "College Showdown" for a chance to win a fully equipped outdoor kitchen. Of course, Golic will also be able to share his insights and analysis on the college and pro football seasons  With the kick-off to another football season quickly approaching, many fans are anticipating ways to enjoy the game (and pre-game tailgating) without forking over big bucks for stadium tickets. Why not tailgate and experience the game in your own backyard?  This football season, analyst and grilling enthusiast Mike Golic isn’t just predicting on-the-field outcomes, he’s giving fans insider tips on how make the most of game-day strategies right from home. Golic is huddling with champion pitmaster Chris Lilly to create winning plays to help fans score points with their guests this season when hosting a tailgate party in their own backyard.

Sandra Lee - Food Network
It's no surprise that these days more and more people are foregoing lavish parties and expensive dinners out in favor of budget-savvy nights in with friends and family. And according to food and home expert Sandra Lee, there are lots of ways to make entertaining at home fun, easy AND not break the bank. From inexpensive recipe ideas to making your home look great in a snap, Sandra Lee will offer your viewers her exclusive EASY tips that will make your guests think you spent days (and a small fortune) preparing for your party.


Krista Eberle, Director of Food Safety - CDC Eggs, like meat, poultry, milk, and other foods, are safe when handled properly. Shell eggs are safest when stored in the refrigerator, individually and thoroughly cooked, and promptly consumed. The larger the number of Salmonella present in the egg, the more likely it is to cause illness. Keeping eggs adequately refrigerated prevents any Salmonella present in the eggs from growing to higher numbers, so eggs should be kept refrigerated until they are used.  Cooking reduces the number of bacteria present in an egg; however, an egg with a runny yolk still poses a greater risk than a completely cooked egg. Undercooked egg whites and yolks have been associated with outbreaks of Salmonella Enteritidis infections. Both should be consumed promptly and not be kept warm or at room temperature for more than 2 hours.

Peter Kastelan - Il Tiramisu Ristorante - Wine Dinner 8/26 
Your hosts, Ivo & Peter Kastelan, ensure that your dining experience is first-class, with true European family hospitality.  Ivo & Peter bring over 30 years of Italian restaurant experience to Il Tiramis├╣, having owned and operated numerous successful restaurants here in the San Fernando Valley and on the Westside, and have been featured in Los Angeles Magazine, The Los Angeles Times, The Daily News and other publications.