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Food Talk Wednesday  1 !!EXCLUSIVE!!



Chef and industry insider Mike has spent his entire career working in the food business. In this one hour program he'll pick up where he left off at his previous New York based AM talk radio gig. Each hour is a stand alone multi-themed program featuring live interviews with a myriad of guests. He'll talk shop with chefs, restaurateurs, cook book authors and food writers, with discussions around ingredient sourcing, cooking, baking, wine, equipment, mixology, beer, farming, foraging, fisheries, sustainability, chocolate, food trends, travel, diet, health, music and his take on the many restaurants he frequents.




Food Talk Wednesday  1



This week on Food Talk with Mike Colameco, Mike is joined in the studio by Kelly Koch of Macari Vineyards and Alicia Ekeler-Valle of Lieb Cellars to talk about the venerable wine country of...Long Island, New York.


On the season premiere of Food Talk with Mike Colameco, Mike first welcomes Shane McBride, Executive Chef of Balthazar, and Reggie Nadelson, author of the new book At Balthazar: The New York Brasserie at the Center of the World. Having covered restaurants and food for decades on both sides of the...


Today I will offer a progress report on the Federal Open Market Committee's (FOMC) efforts to restore price stability to the U.S. economy for the benefit of the American people. The report must begin by acknowledging the reality that inflation remains far too high. My colleagues and I are acutely aware that high inflation is imposing significant hardship, straining budgets and shrinking what paychecks will buy. This is especially painful for those least able to meet the higher costs of essentials like food, housing, and transportation. Price stability is the responsibility of the Federal Reserve and serves as the bedrock of our economy. Without price stability, the economy does not work for anyone. In particular, without price stability, we will not achieve a sustained period of strong labor market conditions that benefit all.


For purposes of this discussion, I will focus my comments on core PCE inflation, which omits the food and energy inflation components, which have been lower recently but are quite volatile. Our inflation goal is for total inflation, of course, as food and energy prices matter a great deal for household budgets. But core inflation often gives a more accurate indicator of where overall inflation is headed. Twelve-month core PCE inflation stands at 5.0 percent in our October estimate, approximately where it stood last December when policy tightening was in its early stages. Over 2022, core inflation rose a few tenths above 5 percent and fell a few tenths below, but it mainly moved sideways. So when will inflation come down?


As many as 30 million adults and 12 million children may not always have access to nutritious food. The American Rescue Plan provides bold solutions that work toward the goal of ending food insecurity by providing:


In addition to our work to ensure that children and low-income Americans maintain access to food, FNS nutrition education programs have consumer resources to help individuals and families during this exceptional time.


Additional Funding for The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP): FNS is providing up to $850 million in additional funding for states to distribute to food banks and food pantries. Learn more about USDA support for food banks.


Supporting Participants in the Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR): FNS is providing an additional $100 million for COVID-19 response, increasing the monthly food package and providing administrative support.


It seems as if the Garret case is linked to the current killings that are happening in town. This episode showed us a softer side to Wednesday, especially while she was talking to her brother about the love their parents have for each other.


Once again, Mitch has brought Morrie bags of delicious food. Now, Morrie is confined to his study, and keeps a bell by his side to signal for assistance. Mitch asks Morrie if he feels sorry for himself. Morrie replies that at times, he does, usually in the mornings. He mourns for his body and the control that he has lost, and cries if he needs to. Afterwards, however, Morrie moves on and recognizes how lucky he is to have time to say goodbye to his loved ones before he dies. He consciously limits the amount of time he spends pitying himself, as he knows he must enjoy the little life he has left. Mitch is astounded that Morrie has called himself lucky when he must endure such suffering.


Again, Mitch arrives the following Tuesday with bags of food. This time, he has brought a tape recorder, as well. At first, Mitch feels that the tape recorder is intrusive and worries that it will make Morrie uncomfortable. But Morrie welcomes it, and insists that he wants Mitch to hear his story. Mitch recognizes that using the tape recorder is also an attempt to capture a remnant of Morrie to remember him by after his death. He wonders if Morrie has had any regrets since learning that he is dying. Morrie responds with a lesson on how the culture doesn't encourage people to think about death and regrets until they are nearing their dying day. While they are living, he says, they are concerned about egotistical things, but they should constantly stand back and assess their life to determine what is there and what is missing from it. Morrie mentions that often, people need others to push them in this particular direction, and Mitch realizes that Morrie is this person, his teacher.


CATERINGAt Wood and Iron Catering, our mission is to provide a personalized touch for all events. By being flexible and innovative, we are able to guarantee a unique experience, as well as quality, locally made food and libations for any occasion.


What's Life Like on Campus? Dorms, Classes, Food and More...: In this session you will learn about what living in the dorms on a college campus is like. Join us as we watch some videos of dorm room tours and talk to DO-IT Ambassadors who have lived on campus.


The Craft Center is excited to welcome our first Visiting Artist: Hannah Austin! Hannah's work is on view in the Erb Memorial Union through Winter Term. You can find it in the display cases on the 2nd floor just past the Adell McMillan Gallery. Please visit the EMU website for building hours. A reception and artist talk will be held in Swindells Room, EMU 230 on February 3rd 5pm-7:30pm. This event is free and open to the public. Hannah is the creator and sole maker of Needle OR Thread. Passionate about supporting other makers and building community, Hannah finds inspiration for her work from the landscapes of the PNW. To view her work, please visit needleorthread.com/.


Hours: Wednesdays and Thursdays during the fall, winter, spring, and summer terms (closed when classes are not in session), 4:00-6:00pmBring: Bag for foodA physical student ID Is not needed, but be sure to know your student ID number (95#) The Student Food Pantry is open to all college students in the greater Eugene area. The pantry provides free supplemental food for college studnets. Depending on availability, this may include canned fruits and vegetables, frozen and fresh vegetables; bread, rice, pasta, and cereal; canned beans, soups and other protein sources; dairy products, frozen means and meat substitues.


This canned food drive is part of the 2023 UO Govenor's Food Drive and it helps to diversify some of the food offerings at our local Student Food Pantry, which is stocked by FOOD for Lane County.The most requested food items are:Canned fruit in juiceCooking oilsSpicesCondimentsCanned ProteinPasta and riceIf you would like to learn more about the overall 2023 UO Govenor's Food Drive please visit our AroundtheO story!If you would like more information about donating (including fund donations) please visit the UO Food Drive page.


This canned food drive is part of the 2023 UO Govenor's Food Drive, and it helps to diversify some of the food offerings at our local Student Food Pantry which is stocked by FOOD for Lane County.The most requested food items are:Canned fruit in juiceCooking oilsSpicesCondimentsCanned ProteinPasta and riceIf you would like to learn more about the overall 2023 UO Govenor's Food Drive please visit our AroundtheO story!If you would like more information about donating (including donating funds) please visit the UO Food Drive page.


Biden called on nations to refrain from banning food exports or hoarding grain in efforts to cut down food prices. And he announced the U.S. was putting nearly $3 billion toward food security assistance.


Welcome back to Day 2 of Red Planet Survival Camp! Our first day focused on finding shelter and identifying survival skills. Today, our campers practiced finding food and water, while setting aside some time to improve their shelters. Take a look at the adventures they had!


Archery is a wonderful survival skill as it can be used to help secure food or protect against danger. Each camper was able to take their turn with a bow and arrow. A few naturals emerged in each group!


During morning Garden Kitchen, campers were able to taste the jam they prepared yesterday! They paired it with SunButter (alternative to peanut butter made from sunflower seeds) to make SunButter and Jam Sandwiches. During their spare time, campers talked about all of the different adjectives we can use to describe the taste and textures of the foods we eat. The way we talk about our food can be positive or negative and we realized that it's important to be respectful of our different preferences and how we share these with others.


Food StorageHave enough nonperishable food and water for every member of your household for three days. Open freezers and refrigerators only when necessary. Your refrigerator can keep food cold for four hours. A full freezer will maintain temperature for two days. Use coolers with ice if necessary. Monitor temperatures with a thermometer. Throw out food if temperatures reach 40 degrees or higher.


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