Tuesday, September 14, 2010

9/14 - Bobby Flay, Lori Loughlin, Geoff Edwards, Sandy Tauson,

Bobby Flay / Lori Loughlin   "Back to School"
Celebrity Chef Bobby Flay and actress/celebrity mom Lori Loughlin (90210, Full House). They have advice for moms on how they can get kids to eat real during the hectic school season. Together they will offer tips and recipes the whole family can enjoy together. They will also let you viewers know how they can help raise money for Share Our Strength, an organization committed to ending childhood hunger in America.

CRN listeners can log on to Hellman's Facebook page and participate in the "Sandwich Swap "n" Share" program, a virtual take on the beloved school ritual of swapping sandwiches. When listeners make a virtual sandwich and share it with a friend, Hellman's will make a donation to Share Our Strength. Of course Lori can also discuss the latest from her acting career and the upcoming 90210 season

Geoff Edwards -  "On a Cruise"
Geoff Edwards is a veteran radio and television broadcaster. He has an Emmy for best talk show host, and an Emmy nomination for best Game Show Host. Besides hosting network game shows, he has appeared as an actor in numerous television shows and movies. In radio, he was top rated in Los Angeles on both KMPC and KFI. With all of this, Geoff never lost his thirst for travel. He has been cruising since 1969 and has twice cruised around the world. From Morocco, to the Marshall Islands, and even to Branson, Geoff 's wit adds a special flavor to his travel commentary. Michael, Geoff's wife, travels with him and records all on film. Today, Geoff writes for several national magazines, currently broadcasts a weekly travel report to Monterey's KION morning show, and does on "location" special travel broadcasts for CRN.

Exec Chef Sandy Tuason (Twass-on)  Mauna Lani Bay Hotel
As Loveley as I Remembered"  It had been over ten years since my last visit to the Mauna Lani Bay.... but the hotel looks as fresh and beautiful as my very first visit in the early 1990's. The ambiance is quiet, elegant and very Hawaiian---and the rooms are lovely after a very recent renovation. I was a bit worried that the hotel might be showing signs of age---but I found the public rooms, gardens and grounds to be perfectly maintained---I was very impressed. In the past years I have stayed at the Four Seasons resorts in Hawaii....but will now add the Mauna Lani Bay on the list for a most relaxing and authentic Hawaiian escape. Don't miss the outdoor massage at the Spa. "What a joy to be able to return to paradise at the Mauna Lani Bay Hotel  and rejuvenate our spirits along with our bodies in the beautiful water and on the best beach in Hawaii! Our favorite place to have lunch and a casual dinner is the Ocean Grill, strategically set between the pool area and the sand, overlooking the sparkling blue ocean. The manager, Michael, is always welcoming you, even if you are smothered in towels, fresh in from swimming!