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13 minutes | Aug 1, 2021
HerbSaint | Sage Is On Stage
In this episode, we discuss the various uses of the sacred herb: sage. With its many culinary uses, this herb offers more than a flavor profile. Its healing properties help fight against inflammation, infections, aging, mood swings, depression, digestive problems, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, cancer cells, and much more. Sage serves as a medicinal ally as it packs more than punch. This is one herb you definitely want to keep in heavy rotation.
33 minutes | Jul 3, 2021
Eating Well & Training Better | Lifestyle FAQs
This episode discusses lifestyle nutrition, supplements, information overload, metabolism, and the significance of optimal performance. Essential factors such as eating well, training, and recovery play an integral role to our health span and longevity. This segment concludes with the importance of understanding the dynamic network of allied health professionals and a holistic approach towards lifestyle change.
116 minutes | May 30, 2021
From Division 1 College Football to Foie Gras | Choppin’ It Up series | Chef Bailey Johnson | San Francisco CA
In this segment we discuss football, food, adversity, novel opportunities, and new ventures. Chef Bailey, alumnus of Iowa State University and the Culinary Institute of America, provides insight on what it takes to go from a collegiate football player to a professional kitchen. Cultivating new skills along your journey through life is both an art and a science. He shares some perspective on what it takes to get the lessons learned on the football field, cooking on the line, and in life.
130 minutes | Apr 30, 2021
Journeys Of A Lifetime: China & Italy | Choppin’ It Up series | Pastry Chef Leah Leonard | Harford County MD
In this segment we discuss chefs taking the road less traveled, chefs having success in unconventional roles, big opportunities found at career fairs, strategies for paying off student loans, traveling abroad, cultural differences, and cultivating life’s experiences. Chef Leah is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America. She has been a student at both the Hyde Park campus in NY and the Greystone campus in Napa Valley CA.
112 minutes | Mar 24, 2021
Born & Braised: Passion Meets Opportunity | Choppin’ It Up series | Chef Derek “D-Train” Owens | Orange County CA
In this segment we discuss passion, desire, and the opportunities that are often masked in trials & tribulations. The culinary mentors that help mold us into becoming more and searching within ourselves to truly express who we are through food & cooking. The host of D-Train’s Kitchen on Instagram, Chef Derek shares his insight on what it’s like to have a desire to pursue greatness as a young chef regardless of the obstacles along your path. As an alumni of the Culinary Institute of America, Chef Derek appreciates the network of experience and opportunities that continues to help him evolve in the kitchen.
37 minutes | Mar 1, 2021
Wellness & You: Embracing A Sustainable Wellness Lifestyle (FAQs)
In this episode Chef Channon discusses both lifestyle and weight management principles. He also provides meaningful insight as he answers some of the most frequently asked questions regarding a holistic wellness lifestyle change.
154 minutes | Dec 28, 2020
Leadership: Chefs & Restaurateurs Refocus Recalibrate & Represent | Choppin’ It Up series | Chef Mannah Hall | Savannah GA
In this episode we discuss the journey and pathways to becoming a leader inside & beyond the kitchen. Although chefs come from different walks of life, what remains the same are the challenges and adversity each chef must endure along the journey of becoming the best version of themselves. The challenges vary for each chef but the rite of passage must be done.
54 minutes | Nov 23, 2020
Finding Business Success in Uncertain Times | Choppin’ It Up series | Cajun Coffee Shack | San Antonio TX
In this segment of Choppin’ It Up, owners Mike & Kate from the Cajun Coffee Shack in San Antonio TX share some of the challenges and pitfalls to avoid in business. Learning how to deal with fear, uncertainty, and making mistakes is an integral part of being an executive. No matter the industry, there will be many times when you must step outside of your comfort zone in order to succeed.
15 minutes | Oct 20, 2020
Wine & Terroir: Why It Really Does Matter
In this wine segment, I discuss the “T” word and the nuances it projects across the wine industry. This has created notable mixed reviews by sommeliers, wine aficionados, and newcomers alike. Regardless of which tribe you’re on, even with all the hype, are we losing sight on things that matter the most?
186 minutes | Aug 17, 2020
Choices Chances & Commitment: Success Pathways to & from the Culinary Institute of America | Choppin' It Up series | Pastry Chef Annie Yamamoto | Napa Valley CA
Chef Annie shares her experiences making tough decisions. Enduring life’s obstacles while redefining success along the way, eludes many chefs. Becoming the best version of yourself, both inside & outside the kitchen, yields wisdom & reward.
20 minutes | Jul 13, 2020
Wellness & You: Functional Foods, Spices, & Things To Consider As A Consumer
In this episode we discuss and define functional foods. We touch on some spices that are often overlooked for their medicinal properties and why you should use them in your daily meal prep. We also share how you should evaluate functional foods as a consumer when sourcing ingredients.
18 minutes | Jun 22, 2020
The Future of Winemaking
This episode addresses several variables that will affect different aspects of viniculture in current times, the near future, and beyond. Ranging from switching varietal production, climate change, innovative business models, embracing technology, shifting consumer behavior, and adapting to new challenges. The onus is on wineries to learn more, augment their staff by collaborating with change agents, and invest in sustained tech education in order to optimize the opportunities associated with change.
48 minutes | Jun 9, 2020
Redefining Success Part 2: Choppin’ It Up series | Chef Ines Vasquez | Los Angeles CA
We kick off the Choppin’ It Up series where food, wine, and wellness executives share their thoughts, experiences, and insights on redefining success. And what to expect along the journey of “becoming”. Becoming an executive and becoming the best version of yourself at the same time. This episode continues with Part 2, along with Chef Ines Vasquez, Culinary Institute of America alumnus.
61 minutes | May 28, 2020
Redefining Success Part 1: Choppin' It Up series | Chef Ines Vasquez | Los Angeles CA
In this episode, we kick off the Choppin’ It Up series where food, wine, and wellness executives share their thoughts, experiences, and insights on re-defining success. And what to expect along the journey of “becoming”. Becoming an executive and becoming the best version of yourself at the same time. This series begins with Part 1 of 2 with Chef Ines Vasquez, Culinary Institute of America alumnus.
25 minutes | May 4, 2020
Steppin' Up Your Grocery Game: Foods for Optimal Mental Health (Part 2)
Steppin' Up Your Grocery Game: Foods for Optimal Mental Health (Part 2) Discusses the dynamic health benefits of Avocados, Blueberries, Acai, Dark Chocolate, and Seaweed (Nori, Kelp, Wakame, Kombu, Dulse, Spirulina)
21 minutes | Apr 1, 2020
Climate Changes Everything: Foods for Optimal Mental Health (Part 1)
This is Part 1 of 2 that discusses specific brain foods that optimize cognitive function, our emotional state, and productivity. Simultaneously these foods also repress anxiety, depression, and stress. When we understand the correlation between the right foods, the body, and optimal cognition, we experience the harmony of a sustained healthy mental state. Eat Live Love Train
13 minutes | Mar 4, 2020
The European Impact on Wine in South America
This week’s episode discusses the confluence of wine in South America. Popular varietals from the Old World make their way to the New World during various immigration periods throughout history. With the migration era segues a new artisan approach towards viticulture and viniculture in the New World Southern Region. Eat Live Love Train
18 minutes | Feb 23, 2020
The Future of California Wine
This episode captures the essence of California vintners throughout the Napa & Sonoma Valley, and other regions. It touches on industry insights, socioeconomic expenditures, and implications of the state's wine industry.eatlivelovetrain.com
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