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Fresh update on "maria" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:40 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "maria" discussed on All Things Considered

"So let's say I make the announcement on Saturday this a great deal of time before the election That will be up to mention the Senate answering. Critics are saying nominee should not be named until after the election. Trump says he has a constitutional obligation. Justice Ginsburg died Friday at the age of 87. The World Health Organization says 156 countries have now joined a global effort to develop and distribute a covert 19 vaccine effort aims to buy two billion doses of vaccine by the end of 2021 more NPR's Maria Godoy Kovac's plan will pull funds from rich and poor nations to buy vaccines. So far, countries representing nearly two thirds of the world's population have signed on that includes 60 for richer nations whose participation is vital to fund the effort. US has already said it will not participate. China hasn't signed on either. The officials say they're still in talks with Beijing. W. H O Director General Tedros Adnan Gabrielle says urge more nations to join the vaccine collaboration. This is not charity. It's in every country's best interest. We think or we swim together, Tender says plea comes on the 75th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations. Maria Godoy. NPR news on Wall Street stocks closed lower amid worries about the possibility of tougher Corona virus restrictions in Europe. The Dow was down 509 points. This is NPR. And this is Casey Ar W Mary Perella, Monday, September 21st. Here's what's happening at 404 dangerous fire Weather today, raising concerns about new growth on the Bob Can't fire already one of the largest fires ever in L. A county. Exploded in size over the weekend to more than 105,000 acres. It burned homes in General Hill, Juniper Hills and Valere, Mo in the Antelope Valley, and prompted new evacuations on that side of the San Gabriel Mountains. L. A county parks officials say the nature center at the Devil's Punchbowl Nature area was destroyed by the fire in nearby Little Rock. Alex McConnell told five that wind driven flames raced down the mountain. It is chaotic for sure, but there was nothing they could do once you reach the North Peak. Start coming down the mountain. They had to wait till I got to flat land to shame all the homes in Jennifer Hills. I went down. There's a lot of Ah Lot of retired people a lot of expensive homes, and it's a shame. Virus. 15% contained fire crews making some steady progress against the Eldorado Flyer in these samples, you know, national forest that fire has burned now more than 22,500 acres and his 59% contained an investigation is underway into the death of a firefighter who was killed. In that fire last week, workplaces have been at the forefront of the Koven 19 pandemic, which is why L. A county is urging employers to adhere to workplace protocols. Dr Barbara Ferrer of the L. A County Department of.

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Trump announces billions in funding for Puerto Rico

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 2 d ago

Trump announces billions in funding for Puerto Rico

"It's been three years since Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico and they are still rebuilding. Now, as we hear from correspondent Andy Field, the Trump administration announcing new FEMA aid Six weeks before the election of Puerto Ricans cannot cast electoral college vote, the president made it clear that his billions to help restore Puerto Rico's electric grid and pharmaceutical industry could help him politically. By contrast, Biden's Devastated the Allen to Puerto Rico. It's not clear how the president thinks Joe Biden hurt Puerto Rico, but Mr Trump needs citizens helped in a state where they can affect the Electoral College, Florida.

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Fresh update on "maria" discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

WBZ Afternoon News

00:44 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "maria" discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

"Skilled was working on a brand new contract with the Freedom Trail Foundation. But now those actors who give the tourists are finding themselves out of work. Money tour group setting. Boston walked the Freedom trail these days, and that leaves people like Margaret Brady collecting unemployment checks all over colleagues. Like many of us have been furloughed. No field trips. No busloads of tourists looking for history will peeping at leaves. And, of course, no paychecks. All private tourists have been scheduled in the fall because they're often book you know, is a year or more in advance. I've been canceled, so no word there and right now, ofcourse the case counts or going back up, so it's very unlikely that we're going to move into the next phase. She's hoping there's another stimulus package soon. Karen Regal W. B C. Boston's NewsRadio. Most lawmakers on Beacon Hill Keep Passion out of Police Reform Bill, one of the state's largest police unions, is drawing attention to recent attacks on law enforcement in other states. Late last week, the Massachusetts Coalition of Police published an open letter that letter reference the shooting of two detective shot at in Arizona. A shooting of two sheriff's deputies in L. A county in California and other events. They say they have quote grave concern at alarm over the violence and hostile actions and in the letter, they say they want lawmakers to condemn violent attacks on police officers and stop calls to defund the police. Now this letter comes down. It's the U gets ready to hold events later on this week on Wednesday, they say these events will put the spotlight on police misconduct cases here in the Bay State officials of the LL. You say they'll discuss police reform legislation in Brockton at noon at City Hall on Wednesday, other groups holding protests in other cities like Quincy, Cambridge, Boston in Springfield. All areas considered by the EU to be quote locations with a history of police misconduct at 6 37. The Justice Department says their branding three major U. S cities as anarchist areas, CBS's Maria Garcia explains New York City, Portland, Oregon and Seattle. Washington have now been labeled anarchist jurisdictions by the Justice Department. These three cities are now targeted to lose federal money for failing to control protesters and reducing police funding. The anarchist designations come after President Trump issued a memo earlier this month warning states like New York financial retribution. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo responded by warning Trump. He will need an army if he returns to New York State. Maria Garcia CBS NEWS New YORK, meantime, in New York City police officer under arrest tonight Federal prosecutors say he's been acting as an agent for the Chinese government. Bemidji Young, long was a police officer in Queens and a U. S. Army reservist. Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn said he was also acting at the direction and control of Chinese consular officials to report on the activities of fellow ethnic Tibetans in and around New York. The FBI said on long lie to the US military about his family ties to the Chinese Communist Party. Prosecutors said on long referred to himself as an asset of China in conversations with a consular official. He called boss and offered to develop intelligence sources in the Tibetan community on behalf of China. Aaron Carter. SKI ABC NEWS New YORK 6 38 time for Bloomberg business. At its worst point today, the Dow was down more than 900 points. So this is something of a comeback. The Dow ends down 510. NASDAQ Down 15 S and P 500 Down 38 at the clothes. There was a dark cloud over bank stocks. Many tanked after a report suggesting global banks may have done little to prevent possible money laundering or other criminal activity by suspicious parties between 1999 in 2017. Socks and healthcare companies, including hospital owners and insurance companies, fell as an analyst with JP Morgan says the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg could impact the Supreme Court's ruling on Obama care. Andrew Rhodey Bloomberg Business on W. B z Boston's News radio covering reading.

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Trump Administration Announces Nearly $13 Billion In Aid For Puerto Rico

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

Trump Administration Announces Nearly $13 Billion In Aid For Puerto Rico

"Hurricane Maria caused widespread damage and killed thousands on Puerto Rico, the Trump Administration announced new aid Today. Correspondent Andy Field has miss weeks before the election. The president handing Puerto Rico billions and emergency aid for electricity and pharmaceutical companies, even though they have no say in the electoral college. Having the best thing that ever happened to Puerto Rico. The president's pre election help to Puerto Rico could help him with millions of those hurricane refugee U. S citizens who fled from Puerto Rico. Go to Florida, where they can legally help him win another four year term. Two years

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Fresh update on "maria" discussed on Terry Meiners

Terry Meiners

00:40 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "maria" discussed on Terry Meiners

"I'm Holly Fry, Anna Maria Tre, murky and together where exploring the margins of history and specifically at the intersection of history and true crime. Our first season of the show is all about Lady Poisoners. History has not been kind to ladies women have been marginalized. They've been vilified there falsely accused and often just plain misunderstood time and time again. Sometimes women take power for themselves, and they make their voices heard, and sometimes they do it through murder. Suppose it's often been called a woman's weapon on. That's despite the fact that roughly two thirds of the poisonings committed throughout history have been the work of men. So Maria and I wanted to.

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AP Exclusive: More migrant women say they didn’t OK surgery

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 d ago

AP Exclusive: More migrant women say they didn’t OK surgery

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Trump shifts on Puerto Rico, releases aid as election nears

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 d ago

Trump shifts on Puerto Rico, releases aid as election nears

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Trump shifts on Puerto Rico, releases aid as election nears

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 d ago

Trump shifts on Puerto Rico, releases aid as election nears

"As president trump courts Porter Rican voters in the U. S. he's announced a massive aid to help repair years old hurricane damage on the island for years the president's blasted Porter Rican leaders as corrupt and inept and resisted spending to rebuild the U. S. territory's infrastructure wiped out by hurricane Maria in twenty seventeen but now I'm the best thing that ever happened to Porto Rico announcing thirteen billion dollars in assistance asked why it's coming weeks before the election the president insists his administration's been working on it for a long time very tough to get things passed Democrats where they don't want to see this happen Democrats in fact had approved the funding they had pushed for its release Sager mag ani Washington

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FEMA Approves $13 Billion In Aid For Puerto Rico

WBZ Afternoon News

00:11 sec | 3 d ago

FEMA Approves $13 Billion In Aid For Puerto Rico

"President in today's speech, also announcing $13 billion in federal aid sent to Puerto Rico to help in the recovery following the devastation from Hurricane Maria back in 2017.

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White House to announce $11.6B aid package for Puerto Rico

Mark and Melynda

00:18 sec | 3 d ago

White House to announce $11.6B aid package for Puerto Rico

"More than $11 billion in additional leads to Puerto Rico three years after Hurricane Maria's devastation for energy and education systems. Remember the energy and power grid there in Puerto Rico was in really horrible shape before Maria came in, and literally wipe the entire thing out. Fox's Fox's John John Roberts, Roberts, People People keep keep cleaning cleaning up up

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AP-NORC Poll: Trump faces deep pessimism as election nears

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 d ago

AP-NORC Poll: Trump faces deep pessimism as election nears

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Twisted Sister singer to anti-maskers: Don't use our song

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 d ago

Twisted Sister singer to anti-maskers: Don't use our song

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After fire, Greek police move asylum-seekers to new camp

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 d ago

After fire, Greek police move asylum-seekers to new camp

"Hundreds of migrants from Greece's island of Lesbos finally have any place to stay Greek police are moving them to an army built camp after a fire destroyed an overcrowded facility leaving them homeless but days wearing mosque some white cover rules police escorted migrants camped out on the right side to the new sights on the islands the notoriously squalid Maria Campana down last week leaving more than twelve thousand people in need of emergency shelter Astrid castella head of the UN refugees agency office on that's both said it was essential that the migrants were found a new home it is a risk for security for public health and the it's not dignity which will remain for that everyone makes the migrants made him to set up makeshift shelters made of sheets blankets weeds in cardboard along the stretch of road near the cottage camp authorities said the fires had been set deliberately by a small group of inhabitants angered by K. that's nineteen looked on restrictions on Karen Thomas

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After fire, Greek police move asylum-seekers to new camp

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 d ago

After fire, Greek police move asylum-seekers to new camp

"Hundreds of migrants from Greece's island of Lesbos finally have any place to stay Greek police are moving them to an army built camp after a fire destroyed an overcrowded facility leaving them homeless but days wearing mosque some white cover rules police escorted migrants camped out on the right side to the new sights on the islands the notoriously squalid Maria Campana down last week leaving more than twelve thousand people in need of emergency shelter Astrid castella head of the UN refugees agency office on that's both said it was essential that the migrants were found a new home it is a risk for security for public health and the it's not dignity which will remain for that everyone makes the migrants made him to set up makeshift shelters made of sheets blankets weeds in cardboard along the stretch of road near the cottage camp authorities said the fires had been set deliberately by a small group of inhabitants angered by K. that's nineteen looked on restrictions on Karen Thomas

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After fire, Greek police move asylum-seekers to new camp

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 d ago

After fire, Greek police move asylum-seekers to new camp

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After fire, Greek police move asylum-seekers to new camp

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 d ago

After fire, Greek police move asylum-seekers to new camp

"Hundreds of migrants from Greece's island of Lesbos finally have any place to stay Greek police are moving them to an army built camp after a fire destroyed an overcrowded facility leaving them homeless but days wearing mosque some white cover rules police escorted migrants camped out on the right side to the new sights on the islands the notoriously squalid Maria Campana down last week leaving more than twelve thousand people in need of emergency shelter Astrid castella head of the UN refugees agency office on that's both said it was essential that the migrants were found a new home it is a risk for security for public health and the it's not dignity which will remain for that everyone makes the migrants made him to set up makeshift shelters made of sheets blankets weeds in cardboard along the stretch of road near the cottage camp authorities said the fires had been set deliberately by a small group of inhabitants angered by K. that's nineteen looked on restrictions on Karen Thomas

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Greece wants the EU to help run its island migrant camps

Pod Save the World

03:30 min | 5 d ago

Greece wants the EU to help run its island migrant camps

"The Greek island of Lesbos has become a symbol of the US failure to deal with the continent's refugee crisis over the last five years, well over a million migrants have ended up in Greece most were escaping conflicts like wars in Syria Afghanistan Sudan Somalia. Libya. But his governments across the EU went from welcoming to migrants to hostile many of them got trapped and what we're supposed to be temporary camps on Greek islands the most notorious of which. Is the Maria camp in Lesbos, which was designed to temporarily house like two or three thousand migrants. But at times had more than twenty thousand asylum seekers living in these temporary shelters for months at a time, the conditions were horrible. They got even worse when Cova arrived to the point where a small group of residents started fires in protests of lockdowns, and they basically burned down what has become Europe's largest refugee camps. So now, an estimated thirteen, thousand former residents of this camp are sleeping outdoors in is just a truly awful situation. The migrants don't want the camp they want off the island, the residents of Lesbos some of whom were once nominated for the Nobel. Peace Prize back in two thousand sixteen because people in fishing boats were saving so many migrants lives as they were trying to cross the GNC from Turkey Greece. Those residents and become incredibly angry about these camps The political situation is awful. They're taking a hard right turn so There's a lot of pieces to this story like there's the conflicts displacing people in fueling the migration crisis. There's the way far right parties demagogue the issue and gained support across Europe but the one constant is just the suffering of these people who have been driven out of their homes. By these post nine eleven crisis I think New York Times estimated at what thirty seven million people who've been driven out by these post nine eleven crisis. So it is really really tough. Yeah. I I I've heard from some people in this region including czar Hollins I had on this podcast resident Joe, the works with refugees in this area, right and what's happening. Is Not only. The deteriorating condition says covert but as you alluded to you've got far right movements that are obstructing aid from going to these refugees you've got local populations who turned against the refugees you got vulnerable people you made more vote by Covid in the streets and you got a Greek government that has moved to the right there is doing nothing is probably tacitly Allowing, this to happen. What needs to happen is the European Union needs to step up here and get this under some control and restore kind of a humane order to this in in which at a minimum eight is able to reach refugees. Far, right and mobs or not harassing refugees. And there's a return to order an and frankly if the US you know changes administration, we get in this game two of your systematically, not only providing aid but resettling people some. Some another European countries people who WANNA. Go home as their way from the safely get home. This is Once again, a humanitarian catastrophe that's not getting as much attention because of. Cova. But a lot of intersecting trans or happening here not just a refugee one but the kind of far-right piece of this, some of the exhaustion with this issue in Europe but they're human lives in the middle of this and we we can't lose sight of that and these are innocent people who've done nothing

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A Conversation With Maria Hinojosa And Lulu Garcia-Navarro

Latino USA

06:03 min | 6 d ago

A Conversation With Maria Hinojosa And Lulu Garcia-Navarro

"The one and only Monday. Joins, me now welcome Lulu. It's it's such a pleasure. I. It is such a pleasure to have you on and to read this book it's called once I was you and it is based around the story. Of how you came to the United States for the first time, tell us that story. Yeah. Well, it's an interesting story. I didn't actually know it like a lot of us. We don't actually ask our parents. So how exactly did I know that you came for example, my whole family we were born in Mexico my dad MPC go of us in Mexico City and dad gets hired by the University of Chicago. He's a medical doctor dedicated to research and long story short he helps to create the cochlear implant. He was an amazing human being. May He rest in peace? So that was in Chicago and my mom, and the four of us kids I was the baby in her arms get on a plane. It's the early nineteen. Sixty's we fly from Mexico City to Dallas and change planes in Dallas, and then we're GONNA fly onto Chicago and. When I finally found out the story when I wrote raising, which is a Motherhood Memoir that I wrote like twenty years ago. You know I found out that there was this whole thing that happened at the airport and that an immigration agent was like you know saying that had some weird skin thing and you know maybe had to put me in quarantine and my mom was like Nah and then I came and I saved the no she didn't say it like this but basically, it was like me Ma Ma Ma you know. She's five feet tall by the way, but stood up and. Know had this kind of moment with immigration agent and and it was a story that I told. Kind of like saying, wow, my mom is such a cool woman like I understand where I get my powerful voice even though she's tiny, she spoke back to an immigration agent. and. Then in the writing of this book, blue is really what happens is that I really understand what was happening there. There were trying to separate you from your mother. They basically told your mom that they were GonNa, take you away and put you in quarantine quote unquote and that she was free to go with her other children but that you would have to stay behind I mean. Can you imagine like? When my mom called me in the midst of and you know Lou that I've been covering this story, the entirety, my career immigration writ. Large. And my mom calls me at the airport. I was flying from one back when we were flying around and in the midst of the height of babies being put into cages, we were hearing the voices. You know we knew this was happening. This is not. This not begin with the trump administration but anyway. Mom. Calls me and she's crying she's like is Gay It could have been me. If I'm a your she was like that was I could have been one of those moms and I swear to Lulu that. By heart dropped I was like Oh. My God. So it's not a story of like my mom. Eh, you know speaking back it's a realized now a story of trauma and that. Wouldn't have happened I think had I not written the book and had the horror of immigration policies becomes so. Crystal. Clear. So inhumane so hurtful and frankly now finally so public You. As you mentioned what brought to Chicago, which is where you grew up, but you always maintained your connection to Mexico and your roots you'd go back and forth. You came here on a green card. When did you become a citizen? I asked this simply because that transition of becoming. An American you said was difficult for you. You. You found it hard to sort of occupy these two spaces. So, it was great because in the writing of the book, I actually had to like do the time line and and then I had to go back and find my citizenship. 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My struggle for democracy and being seen as a journalist taken seriously to be that's all a part of democracy and it just becomes I mean I was living with a green card I was I was definitely understanding my role as a participant. But when you raise that right hand, it's at a whole

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Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade will be television-only

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 6 d ago

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade will be television-only

"Events taped around New York City. But City Mayor Bill de Blasio says the magic will still be the same. You will be able to feel the spirit and the joy of that day on television online, not alive Parade, but something that will really give us that Warmth and that great feeling we have on Thanksgiving Day. The mayor says it's important to keep traditions alive, especially when the nation needs uplifting experiences as we continue dealing with a challenging year. Maria Garcia, CBS News New York All right, is a certified young parson masks. They're totally

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Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade will be television-only

KYW 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 6 d ago

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade will be television-only

"Be be a a Macy's Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade this year, but it won't be like anything you've seen before. Correspondent Maria Garcia has the story. Just like many other celebrations that are being altered by the covert crisis. This year's Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade will be virtual, featuring pre recorded events taped around New York City. But City Mayor Bill de Blasio says the magic will still be the same. You will be able to feel the spirit and the joy of that day on television online, not alive Parade but something that will really give us that warmth and that great feeling we have on Thanksgiving Day, The mayor says it's important to keep traditions alive, especially when the nation needs uplifting. Appearances as we continue dealing with a challenging year. Maria Garcia, a CBS News New York

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Belarus concerns lead opening session of Human Rights Council

UN News

01:29 min | Last week

Belarus concerns lead opening session of Human Rights Council

"U. N member states gathered in person in Geneva on Monday for a new session of the human rights. Council it's work began with a decision to hold an urgent debate on the situation in Belarus leading the request the European Union delegation highlighted what it called a steep deterioration of the human rights situation in the country before and after the disputed presidential election in August the development follows condemnation of violence against demonstrators in Belarus since the August presidential election by you and rights chief Michelle Bachelet over the weekend UN secretary. General. Antonio Guterres also expressed concern about the use of force against peaceful. Protesters and detentions. The delegation for Belarus rejected the proposed debate citing outside interference. Here's at Germany's ambassador Mikail von ongoing. Sternberg. Representing the European Union the enforced disappearances force abductions and expulsions and arbitrary detentions continue to take place every day in Belarus in past days, we have witnessed a further escalation of violence and intimidation against members of the Coordination Council and other representatives of civil society. The opposition leader Maria Kolesnikova was abducted and journalists lost their accurately -tations. Therefore, the situation on the ground clearly warrants an urgent debate the Human Rights Council should not stay silent on this matter after a successful vote, it was decided to hold the urgent debate this.

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"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

02:27 min | 2 weeks ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Welcome to the Maria Liberati, show where feud meets art travel and life. What does food mean to you? Tell me in a recorded sound bite of no longer than sixty seconds post on social media with Hashtag Maria Liberati show or email it to me at Maria Maria Liberati DOT com or post of fifty word or less post on social media Hashtag. Them Maria Liberati show, and if you're sound bite or social media posts is selected to be part of an upcoming podcast. I'll send an autographed copy of my book, the Basic Art of Italian cooking to you. I love having my listeners be part of the show. So come on and join in. Well, summer is dwindling down to its last final Hurrah is I record this episode and I wanted to share my memoirs and a recipe for my Gorman World Award. winning. Cookbook series the basic of Italian cooking. It's a story for my diary about a summer trip to the little town of Huma. Chino were the principal airport of room Italy is but more importantly, it's a place where you can find a scrumptious dish called. Frito me sto that's fresh seafood that is lightly breaded. Fried quickly and served in a brown paper cone if you thought that the only thing in the little town of Human Gino is the airport you or definitely mistaken. I called this story free to me Sto and a visit to few Chino. We're meets architecture and lot. DOLCH AB to an unexpected for our flight delay. The turned into a bonus side trip of old world scenery and flavors was just what I need it before I left the eternal city, the Roman sun was shining brightly people were hurrying to the beach why? Oh, why did I have to leave our group of four included an Italian. Architect to is always up to finding the old world charm beauty that still exists amid the modern shopping centers and malls and find we did not far from the airport. If you gene is the little old town of Huma Gino after locating a.

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"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

04:07 min | Last month

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Welcome to the Maria Liberati show where food meets arch travel and life. This is Marie Liberati what this food mean to you tell me in a recorded sound bite of sixty seconds or less or oppose of fifty words or less hosted on Social Media Hashtag, the Marine Liberati show, and if your sound bite or quotes are selected to be part of an upcoming segment, I'll send you an autographed copies of my book. The basic art of Italian cooking to you as a special thanks anywhere in. The world and welcome to my audience in the USA and everywhere around the world, we may not speak the same verbal language, but we can communicate food food means language to me because we are now all funeral it or it becomes more difficult to impress others with our culinary prowess. I love finding ways to make the not so ordinary, the ordinary, the ones chic, French quiche, and Pesto and Hamas. These are all things. That were once considered gourmet. Now they've become somewhat ordinary. It used to be if you were in the US and you made a quiche who is considered somewhat of a gourmet dish. But now we all speak the same food language, which is a great thing. On recent experience I had an invite to an informal cocktail party in the center of Rome had me baffled as to what to bring maybe a hostess. Gift bottle. Of wine a cake or an appetizer tray I just didn't want to be so ordinary after all. This is the center of room where people make chic out of simple. Finally, came to me make a quiche using rice for the crust instead of a pastry crust but how to make race compact and form into a crust was a bit of a dilemma after a few experiments I did it a rice crusted quiche was born? Probably, not for the first time, the finish Quiche placed on a pretty dish wrapped and transparent cellophane gathered in the centre and tied with a ribbon makes a perfect hostess gift bring a bottle of dry white wine for the perfect pairing, a dry Chianti or Dicky O. or maybe even s s the quiche and chill the wine whenever you get to your destination before serving..

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"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

02:58 min | Last month

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

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"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

05:24 min | Last month

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"We're lucky to have a special guest today. She is Marla Goldberg who is a bestselling author world, renowned Energy Healer, and she is the host of guided spirit conversations, which is a podcast. Thank you so much for joining. US Moorland for being here I'm so happy to be here. Thank you, Maria. You're very welcome. So what was your inspiration to help? People heal and. And live a simple life visit. Is this something that you've always done well? It came a little bit later in life for me. I was a serial entrepreneur so for me I had it was starting a business running a business and being done, and then I had gone into a really dark place in my life, and there was a woman talking about how to heal. Heal, yourself and I thought. Oh, this is great. 'cause I needed tool st because nothing was working, and so it was after I graduated her three year mystery school at I, was with my current husband. We were travelling, and his big booming voice basically commanded me to start a practice and start helping people, and so that's what I ended up doing. You know I've always. Always been a helpful person. I always picked up stray dogs. If I found him running around the street I realized I was here for a higher purpose than just finding stray animals. What does it simple life mean to you, would you? Would you want people to take away from your work? Simplicity and life is is from me. It is about slowing-down smelling the roses. Is from me personally I stopped multitasking I. Now do one focus task at a time on only might be for five minutes, and then I'll go to another task, but it's focused opposed to trying to text and talk on the phone, and do my my numbers to my accounting all at one time which. used to try to juggle, and now I. Don't it's an it's about taking time for self care to replenish yourself and you can be done through walks in nature meditation. Yoga Tai Chi Gung you know. Some of these more mindful practices has because it really gets you present in the moment. Yes, in that's so important in you know one thing I'd like to just mention. I think I. Actually got a dog about three or four years ago and I've been forced to not forced. It's not that I don't enjoy, but you know she's helped me. Really enjoy nature I..

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"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

05:52 min | 2 months ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"A reading by the way of grief at six o'clock read from the domino effect, but I'll Yes throughout the shutdown, the readings from the I five from Deka was. A food scenes created because the need something. That I read afterwards in my kitchen that I did the same thing from other book Attleboro blue-sky made a couple of dishes. Tomorrow night to do. It's my birthday on making be sticks Dina. and. Tina yet. A birthday every year from abroad I had. But, again learn every. And I'm also. Demonstrate that make a side dish from custody called on the federal. He needed to let. Tomatoes aromatic, so wait. Let's tell everybody where they can see this reading that you're doing it. You're doing it on on virtual on. facebook live instagram live tomorrow night by I six o'clock eastern time I'll be reading from my kitchen passages from the domino effect. My first book is about an Italian American kitchen queens who is coming of age story foods a big part of the story a naturally and. I read I'll be making a dish from Tuskegee, which is a white bean tomato is great side, or of course read if you're if you don't need me afterwards six clock eastern on Facebook, live or instagram live on my own, my address at Andrew Cotto on C., O., T., T. O. Easy to find me recommend to everybody definitely unit, and they're great dishes. They're very traditional dishes artisan dishes that you just said so definitely tune into that. You told us they. Teach, John. Caveat, university, but what was the experience like teaching their verses teaching here any comments or anything? You can tell us you know teaching. They are teaching here. If. The students were American student so on their region after the all the university. Itself John Cabinets in American home. So all the TJ's in English so you know. Wasn't wasn't like I. had two at a time which would have been a disaster I. Think I could have taught in Italian maybe I wouldn't understand what the students were saying back to me commute. Every part is partner thai-burmese understanding. What people are saying? But dishes great. Mainly, it was summer school was travel writing core six kids in the class. Size it was great. I was so distracted by being enrolled. As, hard, remember the tissue Which is which noticed something that I love teaching. I remember the kids winning the class which varies was so sad. And a travel writing class we were just kind of just talking a lot about travel and roll, and then those of seacraft and things run into I. It was deadly a felt like summer to me. I I can imagine a all summer. You know a a an extended summer. I can just imagine yes all these distractions, food and wine in the beautiful scenery and only goodness. That my family was one of the best times of my life. So we're some of your favorite places. Do you have any like I know? I have like most of my favorite places in Italy or like these little you know there's the beautiful places Lake Florence and Rome and Venice, but a lot of my favorite places are like little teeny outed the way. Do you have any places that were your? Are Your favorite places? Places to visit. It doesn't even have to be little teeny out of the way places, but do you have any any places? That were really your favorite places to visit very so consistent I mean you. If you just go off the road somewhere to some unknown village in, sit down the locals to the now you, you're gonNA. Take a really good meal. You I think the secret is that there are no secrets that everything is really good. Some of the sentimental things that I, really like doing what I'm there. They'll do every time. I'm there..

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05:29 min | 2 months ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Tablespoons of white Wine Vinegar One cup of extra virgin, olive oil, a half a pound red ripe tomatoes. One red onion. One fresh cucumber, one handful of fresh basil leaves a pinch of Salt, freshly ground black pepper. Slice the bread into twelve slices. Place the bread in a bowl with a quarter cup of water and a tablespoon of vinegar. Leave for three minutes, remove the liquid and squeeze the water out from the bread. Yes, that that's right. You're going to squeeze gently almost like a sponge. Place the wet slices on the bottom of a salad bowl top, the bread with tomato slices,.

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01:49 min | 2 months ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Even if I am not always their body, it is the place that seems to have invented the very idea of the casual but elegant simple, but sophisticated picnic grilling is part of the summer fair and Tuscany, but where else could day old bread be Sushi? US IN PANS Annella Salad? It is so uber tasty with a dash of Tuscan, olive oil, fresh tomatoes, fresh basil, and paired with a glass of Chianti were Brunello, but you don't have to venture to Tuscany, too. Tuscan try at Tuscany. homestake Haitian in create the same relaxed feeling. Try rustic phase with a few sunflowers, rightly colored plates, no tablecloth to simplify this setting and hope for beautifully sunny. Day make this a summer picnic style to quote the man who practically invented the Tuscan Lifestyle Leonardo Da Vinci simplicity is an art sharing with you to my favorite recipes for a summer station to Tuscany. They're both. Both from my Gorman World Award winning book, the Basic Art of Italian cooking, holidays and special occasions, second edition published by Art of Living Premium Media Inc, and you can get a copy on my website Marie Liberty, dot com or Amazon, kindle or many booksellers, online, or at your local bookstore to get a copy if they don't sell them already, or if you'd like to share a photo of one of the recipes here in posted on any social media or my blog comments with Hashtag Marie Liberati show, you could win a free copy of one of the books in the Basic Art of Italian cooking series. Tuscan panelist salad twelve slices of day, old, crusty bread, four tablespoons

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01:55 min | 3 months ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

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02:22 min | 4 months ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Com absolutely blows me away and to be on a podcast with you is the maybe maybe one of the highest honors that. I've ever had thank you and that's an honor for me to know that someone you know with your credentials also thinks so highly of mead so nice besides being such good friend in everything I admire. You know I admire you as well. So it's a mutual admiration society. Definitely Cardi thank you so much and thanks so much for this in everyone go to keep on cooking dot com. Get a copy of the book. I'm telling you you're GONNA find some great recipes in there especially now that the summer's coming up great recipe for those those Whatever you know even just small gatherings that you could do you now. Such great recipes for now in author out the year. Thanks Again Cardi. I will be talking to you and seeing you soon. Thanks for joining us and listening to the Maria Liberati show if you have any recipes that were inspired by the book. Keep on cooking from our guest executive chef carting mortimer today that you want to show off. Take a picture of your favorite dish and Hashtag at the Marie. Liberati show post on. Social Media will be gathering pictures and posting them on my website that in the next few weeks. Thanks to my producer prisoners. Al And this week's guest executive chef author Courtney Mortimer go to my website. Maria LIBERATI DOT COM to keep up with my blog in the show in my book series the Basic Art of Italian cooking. And don't forget to post your answer to the question. What does it mean to you in a recorded? Sound bite of sixty seconds or less or a social media post fifty words or less Hashtag the Maria Liberati show hosted on social media or email it to me at Maria at Marie Liberati Dot Com. If your answers are selected for an upcoming podcast segment. H- receive an autographed copy of my book the Basic Art of Italian cooking until next time. Peace love and Pasta..

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03:34 min | 4 months ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"With an hats mittens gloves scarves? You name it from a local pharmacy in the Port Authority Bus Terminal and I managed to give all of those things in boxes. Don't ask me how I did it because I don't remember and I said I want to be honest to the police. I WANNA be anonymous. Give them my name. I said I don't publicity. But I want these to go in your cop cars. And when they see a homeless person freezing or having trouble with the elements. Please give that to them. Please hand out mittens scarves blankets. Whatever you can do. And Charlie's fund was founded however. Satisfy you that after that year. I didn't do anything with with with helping the homeless and I was ashamed of myself. I just forgot I just didn't it wasn't a priority so when I got my relationship with the Tennessee Valley Coalition for the homeless last year. I gave them a check for four hundred dollars to start Charlie's fund which links on the website. They are getting contributions and I hope they're going to get a lot of contributions because what they're doing with. That is the hats the gloves you name it. But are also getting warming centers places for the homeless to go so that they don't freeze to death or they don't Roche the death in the heat and I couldn't be more proud and support because my hopefully lot of the funds from my cookbook we'll go to Charlie's fund and their little logo. Maria for Charleston has a little chefs hot and in the middle of the chefs adds a little picture of a home with a heart on it. That's great that is great so I guess I was right spot on when I called him this chef with hearts so Cardi emerhed chef with heart. Thank you so much for being with US. So just tell me. They're all wonderful stories. I'm so glad I had you on today. So tell us again. You're welcome so tell us again. It's keep on cooking dot com correct Yvonne cooking without a jeep on cooking. She Oh okay. I N DOT COM and his name is Greg. He worked for a hired..

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05:57 min | 4 months ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Coming down your face. It is one of the most emotional things that I've ever read. And she puts in the book that she said I was hoping someday to beat a a true angel in my life and a come chef Cardi water and it just means the world to me because McKell are Mayo and Melanie both who had tough lives. When they were younger. Have come to the top. They have risen to the top and they alone are so inspirational to this cookbook. That I can't tell you Please pick up a copy of the cookbook. it's easy you go on. Keep ON COOKING DOT com. You can order and you'll even get a returnable letter from us. I believe that what they're working on a reply. Email the thank you for purchasing the cookbook and and just a joy at like Maria said because not only is it felt with with good recipes decent recipes hundred and twenty one of them total by the whites two hundred and eighty page book. And it's hard covered book to Glow Flimsy. You know things that you see the PGA of high schools you know all the brothers get together and do a cookbook our cover clip and I think that you're going to really enjoy it. The initial reviews that we're getting is well off the charts. I worked so hard. With my editors my wife the people in Tennessee the Tennessee Valley Coalition for the homeless with that mean. So much to me. I just don't see this cookbook. Not being successful and again. I did not do this cookbook. Maria to become a celebrity like yourself. I don't even know if I want to become a celebrity. I I will do appearances. Maybe I'll even do tie in culinary therapy with this. Yes and and try to be inspirational to others. Because we're in a state as I said before that we need a lot more inspiration right now. We need a lot more good news and I hope I could provide some of that era to your listeners are definitely with all these stories in fact more than I even was aware of..

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05:25 min | 4 months ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"They're actually using culinary therapy for people that are really so like depressed or people that have anxiety. Someone like you knows it is. It's really very. It can be very very therapeutic so that that's wonderful. That's wonderful that you did so many shows both more wonderful is thank goodness you were able to get yourself in walking again. I thought I was just like career. Oh my gosh I just want to go back very quickly to something that you made me laugh. The CEO of the TVs the Tennessee Valley coalition. Almost wordell she has a daughter named Matty he actually had two wonderful daughters batty and Katie but I received a wonderful wonderful text just weeks ago. That Dab Zona. Her sister and her daughter made the chocolate chip. Chunk cookie recipe in my cookbook. And she said that her daughter has never tasted a cookie. That good in my life I'll and I wrote back through and I said guess what I said. It is my recipe. I'll represented but it's my wife's recipe Lynn. My girl my Gosh that recipe and when I had my gatorade company Cardi Cox I heard the honey. Those are the best cookies I've ever had in my entire life because we use peanut butter chocolate jugs once. I Gosh I noticed that you do have some some other recipes to that are Lynn's recipes correct. Actually the recipes that I dedicated to my wife dedicated yet. They were something always makes me make them during the holidays. Etcetera Etcetera. And it's really funny because my oldest son still lives with being he begs for me to do. My chicken recipes seafood recipes out. I still I still cook in the whole. But don't take out his take a wonderful wonderful call. Yes but I know. There's nothing like home cooking chocolate cookies. Well I guess now. I know my desserts going to be for my memorial. He sounds like real. That sounds really good so I'm definitely going to have to try those also. Yes that culinary therapy story. That's wonderful and it's definitely I mean. Food is therapy one of the things I was going to ask you was what would you say? The most important aspect of cooking is in. And how does that? Connect to your books tagline. The most important aspect of cooking Maria is for ME IS COOKIE WITH ONE HEART. Always keep it special. I tell young people even today that my actual definition of gourmet coincides with the word love and the word. Love is through out my cookbook. Keep on cooking refers to never giving up your hopes and your dreams. No matter how low or high the mountain might be..

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03:03 min | 4 months ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"I Cook a New Orleans dinner for my local church here in town. I want paralytic from the waste out. Everything just stopped working from the waist down and the doctors -ture if I would ever walk again. It's still very emotional and from there. Maria believe it or not one day as I was getting a little bit better I could take baby steps and I was eager to get back to my cooking. I asked the medical staff if I cook for them. They said why and I said. I'd like that to be my therapy for the dad. Like to cook you New Orleans lunch in the World Care Center and they said sure so to beautiful lunch for about Oh goodness it was about twenty five or thirty people and all my today love my Jambalaya and book. By the Way Love Bananas Foster Bread Pudding I went back to my room in a wheelchair. I was really tired. And the President of the Welfare Center said Chat on the edge of my bed. It was a woman very beautiful woman and she said. I can't believe that you did that for us. And I said it's not a problem was great. It was therapy for me. And she said would you come back after your better someday and entertain the folks in this nursing home and I said what do you mean entertained? He said do show it will cooking show and tell some of your great stories about your cooking days and I said I could do that. And that became the birth of culinary therapy. I took the show and I get as promised I came back and I cooked for the residents and I did over a period of eight years. A hundred and fifty four different shows in well care. Centers hospitals colleges and universities. The nature of the show re theme of the show was if I can do it if I can recover from terrible for for those who need some entertainment Those that are stuck up at a hospital those that are stuck up in a nursing home that don't have any entertainment lead me. I know I lo- eaten get and And I and I did that. And I'm so proud to tell you that really became nationally known for that I was on that I was on several national shows to television shows to Strut my stuff and the host couldn't get over it. I was actually called one of the million shop. That was great on national television. And I said that's kind of cool so for eight years. I toured with culinary therapy as well as worse cook for both restaurants and for my catering company Cardi cooks well. That is a wonderful story. I didn't know all of that detail. That's so wonderful and I didn't realize you did this. 'cause I've always thought as cooking at really as therapy also and it is becoming. It's actually becoming a big thing now..

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09:00 min | 5 months ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"There's a lot to it. Typically it's yeast a Lotta guys are using doing all ferments or they're doing Starts it's not traditional to do a stalker but people are doing I do it. So yes whatever makes it work. I guess whatever way because not everybody has access to everything all the time that you just said and that kind of leads to my next question so with everybody at home and I always your everybody's getting takeout which is fine too because you can still get takeout pizza delivery but if anybody wants to try and make their own is do any suggestions for doing something like simply if somebody doesn't have access to all that stuff definitely right now currently making peace at home it's so popular There are people who are running out markets running out of flour my little market that I sell the influx of online delivery sales. When it comes to beat the flour is one hundred percent. It's just how insane so when it comes to making rate pizza at home see things I think about one is a higher gluten higher pro seapower better in another around five degrees most of our five hundred five twenty and when you're looking at the whole purpose lower you know if I look at a shelf and I saw okay. Let's say I had here. Nassir there was there all purpose or they had their so Lancelot Lancelot Higher Rosy Brown. Better better it's just an around better flour when you cooking at five hundred degrees also a brand new agent so using a sugar or a mall which I use A. I like to try to find a nice static mall which you can find online. I like he used that as a running agent rather than sugar because at five hundred degrees. You need a little help and Brownie. Typically a double zero flower from Naples. Isn't the rice lower to us in a five hundred? Everyone says hey. I wanted to have that flower great. It's what the policies you but when you go from nine hundred Res Restaurant and you go to five hundred degree in your In your home that's why our typically isn't the best for it so look for a higher protein flower. Look at a brown agent. Keep your dog recipe and said doing the same day. I'd rather do it in twenty four hours because any time you use older go. It's always more vegetable. It's always better flavor more matic and when it comes to the digest ability east on simple sugars but the more I guess the will and that they'll be so you don't WanNa make the dough the same day and I think we all time right now probably make data floor and and they use it next. You'll find the results are better. The other thing is is a stone or a steel. You have a baking stone or steel. Typically when you buy a stone back in the day it was one stuff and when you when you're cooking in a restaurant you have a lot of realistic when you're cooking and so like if. I place my pizza in one spot. I can move to another spot in the bottom in your home and you. Have you have two racks. One on the upper level one in lower level and try to invest another another steel Put Two stones in. It stuck your pizza on top. Go halfway for about five minutes and taking him finish it on the bottom and out you'll get a much crispier stronger pizza. You'll get a better big. The bottom will be nice and crispy so always look this. I'm trying to invest in two not one And also the point is of. Make sure that you're finishing radiance or more. Then you're you're ingredients. They get cooked me a lot of times home. Just put everything on and Cook it and you take it out and it's the soggy. It's wet remember. The agreements like Parmigiano Reggiano or cherry tomatoes or goat cheese or fetter items like are like oil pursue. Persada those candles on at the end. So sure not everything has to be cooked. You don't have to put the kitchen sink in it and you'll find you'll have way better results by just doing a very standardized finish with some parade quality ingredients. Wow that's that's great really great. Tips and Gosh she made me hungry Peter now on to I do want people to be able to find you and hear about. What can you tell us like? Is there any project we should look for? Or You WanNa tell us your website or your definitely. I mean it's just home chefs out there. I wrote the Bible over two years. Every three cookbooks One children's shows and actually had some recipes in but my most recent book keeping Bible. You can find that pretty much everywhere if you're looking to Detroit. South East of Saint Louis Neapolitan Roman classic American all the styles in with the dough recipes Some of my restaurants that I have mostly based in San Francisco in Las Vegas but I do have some in Sacramento Tony Economically Lighthouse Pizza Rock Those are the main ones and a couple of other places like capitals. And if you're looking for ingredients You're looking for that specific. Lower Giovanni specialties in San Francisco. We have a little website that my wife and I Run below market that we have and we We should nationwide all those home. Pizza makers actually order a lot. It's it's crazy right now. There's so much lower. Be We have to the retail bag or almost out. Pretty much word. Now you're selling order out of the sixty pound bags now it's It's GonNa be pretty saying and right now to there is a shortage of east What's happening and that's that's another thing that you if you have if you go to a store stock up on us because there's a nationwide sort of in the restaurant industry coming this week and then it already hit the grocery stores so yes and so. I just wanted to tell. I know. Your website is Tunisia and Yanni's DOT com. But the Giovanni specialties. Do they just put into search? Engine Giovanni specialties and say come on or Giovanni specialties dot com Tony Chewing Y GM N. A An I dot com. You'll see pretty much all my restaurants August that I run and stuff like that. Yeah Oh and it's really interesting and it's how everybody you gotta go there. If you love pieces definitely say for you my last question. Tony for you and I asked him so all my all my guess. What means to you everything. Me Choose life up I grew up on Italian farm with my GRANDPA. We live with my family with my GRANDPA thirty five acres and we farm namely we. You know we almost lived off. The land will ran out of eight or rather the backyard or we of being so food to me is is is like my entire life as watching. My mom was probably the most special times in my life when I came back from school away from my dad to come home from work and then the city. And that's how my go with a jug of wine. And the bottom of this you know Cillizza rose a rosy saying those last just remembering that and every time you could you. Just try and make amazing. It was a child. You know I I think expand. That's why I've been dealing with. My son is really getting into food. That's a little garden. We're farming and stuff very special. Yeah can you. Yes I thank you for that wonderful memory. That is a special memory. Thank you for that Tony. Thank you so much. Thank you again and I will let you know when this is. This is online. Hopefully we can get this going. Thanks again thank you. Thanks for joining us and listening to the Maria Liberati show if you want to show off your pizza style. Take a picture of your homemade pizza. Hashtag Marie Liberati show and Post. The photo on social media will be gathering pictures and posting it on my website. Thanks to my producer Britain Zell. And this week's guest Tony Geminiani of Tony. Geminiani DOT com go to my website. Mauri LIBERATI DOT COM to keep up with my blog in the show and my book series the Basic Art of Italian cooking. And don't forget to post your answer to the question. What this food mean to you. In a recorded sound bite of no longer than sixty seconds or a post in no longer than fifty words posted with the Hashtag the Maria Liberati show posted on social media or email it to me at Maria at Maria. Liberati DOT COM. If you're answers are selected for an upcoming podcasts segment you will receive an autographed copy of my book the Basic Art of Italian cooking. I'd love to from my listeners. And have you be part of my show? If you have any questions or ideas for upcoming segments email me directly at Maria at Marie Liberati Dot Com peace love and pasta until next time..

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The Maria Liberati Show

08:52 min | 5 months ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Welcome to the Maria Liberati show. We're food meets art travel and life. What is food mean to you? Tell me in a recorded sound bite of no longer than sixty seconds or opposed of no longer than fifty words posted on social media with a Hashtag the Maria liberati show or email it directly to me at Maria at Maria Liberati DOT com. And if your sound bite or quotes are selected to be part of an upcoming segment. I will send an autograph copy of my book. The basic art of Italian cooking. You as special thanks. I love having my listeners. Be Part of the show so come on joining. Pizza is more than just a food. It's a passion of personality. Style and food that gained popularity in the USA after world. War Two American soldiers became hooked on this stuff while in Italy and just wanted more when they returned home here in the USA. We truly have a passion for our pizza so much so that different regions in the USA have developed their own unique pizza style just as an Italy were different regions have their own pizzas style New York City. Hey your pizza. Style and tradition was first started by. What was America's first pizzeria? That opened up. They are in little Italy Lombardi's so this is a thin hand tossed crust easy enough to carry and to keep up with the fast pace in New York City. Chicago has it's own pizzas style that began at the first and original pizzeria uno there in Chicago and that is a thicker deep dish crust filled with layers of cheeses meat or veggies. Saint Louis Missouri pizzas style is a thin unleavened bread for crust e pizza. Was the first pizzeria there. This cracker like texture is thin and topped with lots of ood gooey. Cheese is in served in two inch squares Ohio Valley. They have their own pizzas style when it comes to pizza and that is pizzas served in warm two inch squares with tomato sauce but cold grated cheese Detroit. Michigan's pizzas style goes way back to Nineteen forty-six and this is similar to Chicago style that it's thicker and deep dish but has cheese and tomato sauce on top not inside like Chicago style but on top California you have your own pizza style and that was started back in the eighties. It's a thin crust with usually lighter healthier toppings new haven. Connecticut has a thin crust. Pizza that is chewy inside and there's is a plain tomato pie with sauce and Parmigiano reggiano cheese or a white pie that is topped with a Reagan garlic Mozzarella and Parmigiano Reggiano. But where is the pizza? Capital of the United States is it New York City. Is it Chicago or Philadelphia? Perhaps if you guessed old forge Pennsylvania in Laka WanNa County. You are correct. Legend has it that in nineteen twenty six gauge rallies which is now old forge. Pizza served pizza to the coal miners. There specifically grandma -essarily serve pizza. The pizza is crispy on the bottom chewy in the center and there are two types of old forge pizza. A red and a white. The red has diced onions. Topped with a blend of cheeses and sauce. The white is stuffed no sauce just lots of cheese and other toppings inside and don't call it a pizza pie if you visit old forge where they also have their own. Pizza Lingo. So a whole pizza is not called the pie called trae. They bake them on square metal. Trays and slices are called cuts not slices. Are you hungry yet? I am just in time for my special guest. World Pizza Champion and pizza ambassador and so much more. Tony Jim in Yanni said I was really excited to get you on the shows All pieces today and I wanted to ask you because you have such a great career in the peace field but Which I'm sure you've heard that your time again. It's world record holder in the Guinness World. Book World Records. Is that correct? Yeah I have four Four we'll records With Guinness over the years Couple of have been broken. I think in different different countries. Yeah I've I've done a lot over. The years. Wanted to making competitions Italy at one in competitions in the US. I When it comes to peace and we've done more yes I them either. Can you tell me? So what what got you into? I did read your website and it was really interesting story but can you give us kind of a short version of of how you got into into this world. The pizza old. Yeah you know I was seventeen. Just getting out of high school wasn't sure what was going to do. A lot of my friends went off to college and my brother had the idea of opening up. Pizzaria you worked at a couple of teacher. He is Do you said you WanNa do this with me. And I wasn't sure what was going to do so I ended up doing it and I really and That was right when I turned eighteen. I've making pizzas for for about thirty years. was with him for seventeen years. And if got home Donald Honesty three and Castro Valley California and then after that I really wanted to open up and venture off and so I opened up. Tony's pizza Oh yeah over. Eleven eleven years ago over eleven years ago. Yeah now so and then you're the US ambassador of the neopolitan pieces correct. Yeah needs tools The gave a three bathroom ships so I was one of them and they Spain Japan I WANNA Naples the World Pizza Company of all that was in two thousand seven and When they one that you know the first a non certified pizza maker to kind of come in to the competition as far as I knew. And then you know let alone to win outside of Naples so it was one of those things that I Naples and I've gotten to be very close over the years since that win and just coming back and working with the flower companies Closely and develop lower for them. American flowers in in Naples and judging Naples all of Valey back in Naples. I guess for me. Wow and He's our listeners. Know that Naples is kind of the trademark of I mean they have their own trademark on their pieces. I correct a year really. Yeah like when you when you think of Champagne coming from you know France or you see different. He on the radio for years and years They wanted to be recognized. Naples or the pizza those wanted to be recognized and saying that if you make fifty it it should be recognized truly faults in pizza like Russia China Went further than that. And and they. They did get accepted and was recognized so Brady is important. Yeah he yes yes and I. I know when I'm duck my favorite favorite place overdue soon pieces just like all piece and it's worth it to but can you tell the listener. So what's the official Neopolitan Pisa? Because they knew there is one that is the one that is yeah. The most part. Of course Pizza Margherita. There's all the extra in a mine are a pizza three pizzas like when you say the the Margarita. Tilles a double zero behind flour Typically it's double zero even though they kinda change over the recent years to be blending flower snow in Naples Typically Essential Donald Tomato. Let's deal P. and thrown in the region combined. Yeah made a very specific Mozzarella pay. Which is cow's milk or Mozzarella both from the hill could be used on that pizza on sea. Salt no spices in the size Olive oil and that piece of sheep book at nine hundred degrees under ninety seconds. You know what fired oven that has the classic Dome Small Amount. Dome that you'd see to basically burns very very hot unlike. Let's say a bread oven. That has a bigger mouth OR LONGER CHAMBER. So there's specific guidelines to. It has to fix my hand You know to approximately eleven and a half to twelve inches So it's it's.

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The Maria Liberati Show

01:58 min | 5 months ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Together. A Hi can always have breakfast at my favorite coffee bar and room but sometimes I like to bring back the feeling of being in one of the elegant coffee bars. They're you know sipping a leisurely frothy Cappuccino while pulling apart a soft freshly baked. Cornet to- well. I can just taste that in my mind. My favorites are the whole-wheat cornet with honey inside. So good if you want to create the perfect room in the morning station you can make a similar cornet with premade puff pastry that you can buy at any supermarket. Put SOME JAM or not. Telo or honey inside peak and don't forget to make yourself a Cappuccino to accompany that pastry. The easiest way is to get milk for author use your own Coffee Pot to make some exceptional espresso or if you really want a real traditional espresso at the Italian Mocha the one that you put on your range. Top that Espresso with frothy milk and enjoy those two together. Cornet and Cappuccino. The only thing you will be missing aside from the genuine pastry and Cappuccino is the people watching while you're eating but hey if you have your own outside to dot so for terrorists than eat outside. Alfresco at my house. Eating outside is so popular. Even my furby. My little dog knows what that word means. Hey let's eat Al Fresco besides eating alfresco as the perfect ambience when you're trying to have an authentic Italian meal we.

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

The Maria Liberati Show

14:46 min | 5 months ago

"maria" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show

"Today I am so excited I have seen Mineta lean as a special guest and she is one of the top one hundred fashion influencers in the world. She's an author an entrepreneur a top model and she is so influential in the fashion world right now so she makes an excellent guest for our coffee episode in finding out the fashion -ality of coffee. Welcome seem Ed. Thanks so much for joining us but thank you. Thank you so much. And by the way we're both in Philadelphia. Say That yes yes. We are both in Philly so yes definitely seeming to walk us through your journey from Italy to here to philly myself coming from You know of Philadelphia talion market baby background which I consider myself because I used to go shopping with my grandparents in the Italian market for Sunday. Dinner I'm interested in learning. Also what took you from Italy to Philadelphia? Tell us a little bit about that. Yes so my husband is originally It was born in in America but his relatives Where in in Italy are will save fifteen years ago? He just decided. Okay let me. Just go and you re me. My relatives are Italy and let me re-learn Italian that is actually how we met. East thought that he was staying a couple of months and he stayed almost twelve years. So that is of course. One of the biggest motivation. We actually had a very nice life in Italy. We were living in Milan or for many many years together and then we just said okay. Let's try You know to Kind of goal and you know the other side of the Ocean in America. We have my in laws my mother and father in law they They live in New Jersey. And so we said okay. Let's let let's try and Philadelphia. You know strange way came into our lives. We really didn't have anybody in the city We just really fell in love with the city. We met on Italian woman. She has a bed and breakfast in. Actually Germantown which is for people that are now from from Philadelphia is Maybe you can call neighborhood of Philadelphia Philadelphia just a little bit know and there are these beautiful a mentions and is beautiful. You know Victorian houses and that is actually we start our journey Philadelphia. We I really liked that The architecture and the history and so we ended up in know beautiful again Victoria House Victorian House and she is originally from Rome and she started you know telling us all about her life in Philadelphia and you know how much actually the Italian heritage was. You know Important in this city and you will like in and take a look and really we just started chitchatting about it and after six months we found it like looking at each other came. Maybe we are buying something. And that's actually what happened at a friend of our a realtor that was You know actually introduced to us from one of this from this lady. Actually he called us. We were in Italy and he said. Are you ready to change your life? And we're like what are you talking about? And he said that there was this beautiful house and actually in a beautiful neighborhood in in Philadelphia And it was available and he was a great deal and again we were like okay. Let's go we've really felt our guts. We love the house. It's a beautiful The size actually called French eclectic. So it's yes in shifts for Mansell there again noth- from Philly. They don't understand the beauty of schist. It's typical a stone from Philadelphia. So these houses. Are you know They are fresh. They're in the summer and you know warm during the winter and it's beautiful and I have you know beautiful beautiful history mean in my backyard. I can look the actually this back lane where George Washington us to March and have the Grease Kelly's House that is you know y know by neighbors and The other side is where Frank Sinatra marry so is any talion. I felt so much history and I fell in love and we decided to stay. Yes so you know what I just have to make a comment. I am so happy to hear you say that because that is the exact way that I feel about Philly and I appreciate all this stuff. That's that you all the things you said and more. There's so much history in the architecture and the art and I always felt a lot of people that have lived here all their lives. They just take everything for granted they don't realize and you know. I feel that my living in Italy actually when I came back I it helped me to really take notice and appreciate more the architecture and all the history and things like that because people in Italy always talk about our city as well. So it's so nice and refreshing. Because you feel the way I do and I've rarely heard that except you know in Italy so I think that's really special but what's your career here again. In a way was really a decision between my husband and I do really again to change our lives and then of course with my life. My career came with me so I came here that I was Definitely of course a lot of people ask me. I mean did you start everything here. I said no I was already working for Vanity Fair in Italy. Are that point. I publish one of My first book for one of the biggest publishing house in the world actually which is mandatory. I was working in television. I was doing a lot of stuff so of course also my social media started from. I would say a good point is just that when I came here I of course moved everything into English because I often joke that I was sweating. Italians. I'm moved into English then again. It was kind of maybe a combination of things. I always explain to people that many times. I mean when you are Italian and you come to America and you have of course that Italian style that to meets you know Timeless and classy you know immediately recognize it and on the same way of course if you are in America Italians will start looking at you like. Oh you're cool you know you're so it was kind of a Combo that worked out plus adventure older charity. Work that actually. I've started here in Philly I was really backed by the city. The city really helped me so You know my work together between against charity and fashion really worked out and so my social media really star to start to kind of explode and you know became big and so again my career came like I say win the of course. It was a motivation. The idea to come to America because I mean America is still descended of the world and everything you do. You know right for for your career for it was kind of a was calling me. I remember the first time I came to New York and I start to see all those beautiful different races all together and the idea that if you see for instance Asian person you immediately think Asian person is American or Russia person that is Russian America. It's a beautiful feeling so I felt immediately American even if of course I'm proud of my roots but it's something that I've never felt you know in Europe is just something that you feel when you experience you know the beauty of the Medical American culture and I felt like my soul was had more space swain so also my career and I said let's try and then again in a different motivation with my husband said let's try and then thinks you know star to kind of work how best yes and and you know the other thing is. I think people are finding that now with everything that's going on and everybody having to bring things in the virtual world with you a lot of what you were doing is in the virtual worlds. I mean really. You can be anywhere but I think it's and you probably will agree with me that it's a plus that you're in a great city. Philly has a lot of that. We were just talking about architecture and fashion and it's inspiring to. There's a lot of good food in you. Know the fashioning style the really into style. And you know especially where you're at your next to near Grace Kelly's house and that whole area has so much history so probably for you. It's still inspiring but you're probably able to locate anywhere in the world because you're a lot of the things you do or online and communicates true. I could definitely worked from everywhere in the world but a lot of people ask me why Philly and again I gave you so many You know and services just and then like I said I mean. I live ten minutes for from the center city as you need to go. I'll go into minutes but I look outside and see and I see trees and calm and quiet. Yes yes really priceless. You know it's very different. I mean it's I. I would say kind of unique to find a big city because it's still the fourth largest city in America to have this type of vibe. You know that again if I need to be at the airport I minutes. I'm of the airport. I can travel everywhere. It's very convenient exactly. That's exactly the way I feel. That's great well. I'm glad glad to hear that and glad to hear you're enjoying philly hometown and I really love it. Today's episode Isabel Coffee and as Union. it's really. Coffee is such a huge part of the regular Italian Day in Italy. But I wanted to specifically ask you about Because you're such a fashion expert and looked upon for your influence in the fashion world. This fashion -ality of coffee. I don't think people here in the US really understand. There's it's there's a fashion -ality to coffee and going to a coffee bar in Italy so what I wanted to ask you is maybe being an Italian. If you can tell us you know what would you say? What are the biggest things you would say that differentiate the Italian coffee experienced from something? You would get here in the USA. Beth point so the idea that I've never found it's on that I've never found but I would say that it's more difficult to find here in America is the like you were talking about the experience of the coffee so you go and you really set and you get you know something to eat your coffee. Something like here. It's you know it's very everything is very fast. You know so you get your coffee to go and you leave and it's no that that culture does not exist in Italy sometimes first of all the coffee. Of course it's different. We don't have you know the American coffee. We HAVE THE BRESSO. So it's you know it's sometimes you find especially in the early morning people that just go the bar and get an espresso. New Drinking they go that of course does exist but that is one part of the culture. What I again remember about Italy and the way that I was raised it was. I remember my grandmother taking me to a nice cafeteria and you know you have to again to kind of dress up a little bit and you know you go there. And the time of course she was getting coffee was getting. Tia was a child but you know with a little a little bit of a sweet or a cake together it's the entire inexperience they've been when We will live in and we were living in Milan again. Okay you WANNA meet for. I don't know even to talk about work or whatever you go to the cafeteria and again you dress up you sit down you order you talk you stay. You know you enjoy so it's all that part that it's that it's actually very interesting and it's part of the definitely the Italian culture even when I go out and floor regular dinner for instance. I have this kind of culture of staying you know taking time. Americans usually are quicker because again they start from there conquering taking and go. Yeah so if we can you know take something from detailing culture it will be definitely in all a little bit the again dressing up a little bit and you know the coffee moment. It's sociable moment. It's not just you know something that Again as he talion we live. Maybe not in a different way. It's a way of really talking and like say socializing and also closed deals and you know talk about even important things many times. Yes yes it's a whole it's a whole ritual and I just love way that you know. It's an experience so here where you just as you said you go. You know to a quick place. She just grab a cup of coffee and you drink it in the car going to wherever you're going to whereas a just as you said. I love in Italy just going to a coffee bar on a lazy Sunday because you get dressed up. It's an experience. Get yourself just as you said. Go to the coffee bar and getting a pastry with coffee. It's usually served on these beautiful plates cops and things like that and there's usually a lot of history to some of the coffee bars corrected places that Amos rbis in you know photographers and all I know. I love going to Cafe Greco in Rome because of all the history around writing or you think of all the writers and artists they created all these masterpieces. They are so yes I wanted. I just wanted to hear that from your one in our audience here that I don't think they realize what an experience it is to have a cup of coffee and you just take the time to do that. So thanks for that and tell us because people don't realize but a Cappuccino. When are you supposed? I mean the fashionable way to drink it in. Italy is when and morning you and what happens if you drink it in the afternoon or like at night. I usually him listen. You can do it..

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