Show 331, July 6, 2019: Show Preview with Co-Host Andy Harris

Now an incredibly appetizing preview of Saturday’s celebratory 4th of July Weekend show. No fireworks, just the usual delectable fun.

It’s not, with profuse apologies, for dieters. If we’re successful we will inevitably leave you incredibly hungry and thirsty. In our case that’s probably a pretty good thing… As always, we greatly appreciate you being a part of our loyal listening audience. Couldn’t do it without you.

The 2019 OC Fair opens the gates on Friday, July 12th. The Culinary Arts programming in the OC Promenade is always a major attraction during the Fair. Our own Prince of Produce, Robert Schueller of Melissa’s, has two interactive presentations on the Culinary Stage for Opening Day. Robert joins us with a juicy preview.

The 2019 OC Fair opens the gates on Friday, July 12th. The Culinary Arts programming, including exhibits, tastings & demonstrations in the OC Promenade, is always a major attraction during the Fair. Pamela Wnuck, the Culinary Arts Supervisor for the OC Fair, cooks up a delectable preview of the 23 days of entertaining programming there.

Escape the dreaded diet mentality with a more positive approach to healthy eating with, Mareya Ibrahim, holistic nutrition coach, award-winning entrepreneur and author of the newly published, “Eat Like You Give a Fork: The Real Dish on Eating to Thrive.” So what’s the recipe for living your best life? Ultimately, Ibrahim isn’t teaching you how to cook, but how to eat. Mareya Ibrahim, the Fit Foodie, is our inspiring guest.

Kyle Meyer, Managing Partner of Santa Ana’s Wine Exchange, our resident wine authority, joins us for another informative wine commentary responding to listeners’ questions. What legitimate wine publications are worth reading & subscribing to when the casual wine connoisseur wants to increase their wine IQ ? Just looking for honest, journalistic reporting without the pretension and possible camouflaged advertorial coverage. The Michelin Guide is back covering Southern   California after a long absence. (They dismissively dropped the Los Angeles Guide after 2009.) Kyle knows fine-dining. His thoughts on the significance…?

Honolulu Cookie Company started in 1998 when entrepreneurs Keith and Janet Sung developed a winning recipe for premium shortbread cookies. As an artist, Keith wanted to develop something unique – a cookie that represented true Hawaiian hospitality. What he created was a line of island-inspired flavors in a signature pineapple shape. The recipe has been refined over the years, but we always carry through that dedication to quality ingredients inspired by the flavors of our island home.” Honolulu Cookie Company’s Julie Plant, VP of Retail, conveys the aloha.

All of this and heaping helpings of extra deliciousness on this week’s not-to-miss show!

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