Listen to Jeff, Paul, and sometimes \"special\" guest Mecca John as we extract the tastiest parts of what\'s going on in our lives and present them to you like a filet of Oh-haha. You\'ll find plenty of commentary about the daily frustrations of life and the things that annoy us the most. You\'ll meet a collection of sketchy characters whom we like to call friends and acquaintances. Maybe you\'ll be one of them! Contact us and if you\'re funny (or not!), we might find a way to get you \"on the air\". If you are still reading this and are wondering...what the heck is a Second Dinner? Check us out, now!
Vegetarian Food for Thought is a "life-changing" podcast that leaves listeners feeling supported, motivated, and inspired. Celebrating a way of life that encompasses compassion for everyone, this podcast addresses all aspects of eating a compassionate, healthful, whole foods, plant-based diet and advocates a sustainable food system that supports organic, local, seasonal fare. Each episode addresses commonly asked questions about being vegetarian/vegan, including those regarding animal rights, food, cooking, nutrition, and debunks the myths surrounding these issues.
Introducing A Guy, a Girl and a Bottle wine podcast: An internet radio show for people interested in hearing an innovative wine podcast in and around Silicon Valley. Join husband and wife Joe and Pam as they visit wineries, interview the winemakers, and review their wines in Northern California and beyond. Join them as they record on location and discover hidden gems around the World.
The purpose of NewOrleansRecipes.blogspot.com is to offer visitors an opportunity to learn more about cooking. New Orleans has some of the best chefs in the country and purhaps the world. Once a month we will publish a podcast interview with a well known New Orleans chef, to hear why he thinks New Orleans food is so unique. If we are lucky he/she might even give us some cooking tips. Once a week we will post new, New Orleans recipes. New Orleans restaurants are some of the best in the world, what better place to be than New Orleans to interview chefs. We encourgae our visitors to post their own recipes, ask questions, and help others with their cooking questions.