summer grilling podcast

Summer Grilling Podcast Episode Ever heard of a bavette cut of beef?  We talk the upside of knowing your butcher to grilling tips with Butcher Bill Cavanaugh of Dundore & Heister – Local, pastured and organic meats. Gas or Charcoal, ribs or aged steaks? Listen in to learn more. (I’m also totally sure you are […]

the herb shop podcast

Lancaster Central Market : The Herb Shop podcast episode My shopping time at Lancaster Central Market, for my Fig Lancaster blog column, isn’t just about sharing seasonal, wholesome recipe inspiration from market finds or visiting the kitchens and gardens of vendors to write their stories. Sometimes I have the chance to chat with the vendors […]

blushing belgian

It seems summer-like temps settled in early. With outdoor grilling in mind, I reached out to my favorite local beer connection for a hot day, beer cocktail recipe. Kevin’s Blushing Belgian recipe is perfect for summer sipping. Kevin Bennet is a regular and popular guest on The 2 Weird Hungry Girls podcast and the owner of Local Buzz […]

summer tea podcast

Summer Tea Podcast Carrie Keplinger, Managing Editor at and tea column author, talks about brewing tea and tea infusions. This chill episode is perfect for hot summer days! Listen to this episode on iTunes  or on The People Chronicles. Find Carrie’s tea articles on Plum Deluxe and the Tea of the Month Club at Plum Deluxe.

allentown cake

I’m certain there must be a recipe, tucked away in your recipe box, which takes you back to a memory in your youth. This Allentown cake is just one of those recipes. I asked friends what recipes brought back sweet memories, baked goods in particular. Baked goods (homemade mac and cheese or grilled cheese and […]

summer jam session

Summer Jam Session It’s a summer jam, tarts and Mercury in retrograde kinda episode. Nan Reinert, founder of Chubby Pickle Farms, visits to share her jam and summer garden wisdom. Listen to this episode on iTunes or on The People Chronicles. Find Chubby Pickle Farms on Facebook

tropical strawberry smoothie

My husband loves a particular tropical strawberry smoothie at a smoothie chain when we are on the road. I wanted to make something similar but with far less sugar; this recipe worked. If you want to skip the limeade concentrate try fresh lime juice, sweetener of your choice and grated lime peel to taste.  If […]

mocha nut smoothie

Skip the drive-through frozen latte. Start your day off on the right foot by whipping up this easy Mocha Nut Smoothie. I used a bit of coffee, boosting the chocolate flavor, but the maca powder gives a healthy pep to your step. Maca is a South American root vegetable processed into a powder and used […]

first 5k

First 5k Well, they’ve gone and done it! Phoebe and Tracy talk about taking control of their wellness and personal goals. Tracy’s puts on her Business & Life Coach hat and shares tips to shake off excuses. (Can’t believe I forgot to post this one!! Well, I’m on my way to meet tracy right now […]

swimsuit podcast episode

Swimsuit Daring, not Doom It’s a swimsuit podcast episode. I forgot to bring the poolside inspired cocktails but there is some swimsuit daring, not doom to lighten our shopping mood in this episode. It’s an audio or video podcast. Robin Horman, Owner of LiliBea’s, A Place for Intimates, showed us several swimsuit tips for all […]

lemon roasted vegetable salad

Spring is popping in Lancaster Central Market and it’s time to grab it by the handfuls! Lemon Roasted Vegetable Salad will put you in a spring frame of mind. Roasting is the easiest way to prepare a quick meal using symbolic spring vegetables (asparagus, new potatoes and radish). While you are all grabby at market, pick […]

roasted red pepper dip

Pass on the cheese ball, or keep the cheese ball, but add this healthier, oh-so-simple, savory variation, Roasted Red Pepper Dip. Did you know that you can save fat and calories by substituting soft cheese for hard cheese? Adding non-fat Greek yogurt to dips is also a secret of mine. Looking for an alternative to […]

for the love of butterflies

For the love of butterflies … and the birds and bees! It’s a PA native plant podcast episode. I never understood, as a child and teen, why my mom spent so much time in her garden. Weeding? It just didn’t make sense. She would be outside for hours, sitting on her plastic gardening bucket making […]

mese en place your pantry

Mese en Place your pantry Stop wasting time and money in your kitchen! Rachel Gambone, owner of ReOrganize with Rachel, stops by to make pantry organization a breeze to save you cash and keep you kitchen inspired. Listen to this episode on iTunes  or on The People Chronicles. ReOrganize with Rachel website • ReOrganize with Rachel podcast

matcha latte

Green tea may be healthy but matcha tea packs a healthier punch and it’s been rather food trendy. These two matcha latte recipes introduce you to matcha powder. Featured in my Berks County Living Bites & Sips column as a perfect paring with Berry Limoncello Trifle recipe. Matcha is a powder made from whole green […]

laughing at my nightmare

Laughing at My Nightmare Local (though internationally known) blogger and writer Shane Burcaw parked it with the 2 Weird Hungry Girls to talk taters, haters, lovers and happiness. Happiness is Always an Option. Listen to this episode on iTunes  or on The People Chronicles. Laughing at My Nightmare website • Instagram • Facebook • DONATE psst… Guess what one […]

baked tater tots

Is there something in your mouth? Like, right now?! Drop it out. Get it out of there! You need to put these in there and if there is some kind of mess in your mouth there won’t be room for these crunchy on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside Baked Tater Tots. I […]

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