Backstage on Broadway, Slow Cooker Recipes and Healthcare Information
October 1, 2018
School of Rock, Comfort Foods and Healthcare Solutions
Today’s episode is a packed show—we’re behind the scenes on Broadway, in the kitchen with Ingrid Hoffman, and getting some essential healthcare information. First, Broadway Balances America gets rocking as we get to know the talented kids starring in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Broadway Musical School of Rock. Amber Milt takes us behind the scenes to meet the pint-sized prodigies.
Next, Aliera Executive VP Chase Moses joins Olga Villaverde to discuss the healthcare dilemma and how his company can help families find quality, affordable healthcare. Aliera is an innovative healthcare organization offering traditional and alternative healthcare plans for individuals, families, and employers, 365 days a year.
Then, celebrity chef Ingrid Hoffmann uses ingredients from Star Fine Foods to whip up mouthwatering slow cooker recipes to please every palate. From sweet and spicy pepper shredded beef to chicken thighs with artichokes and sundried tomatoes, these recipes featuring Cara Mia Piquillo peppers, pimiento-stuffed stuffed manzanilla olives and sliced jalapeños — all from Star, the experts in Mediterranean food.
Finally, we’re talking with NB Products President and owner Michelyn Caldwell to discuss Na’scent, the ostomy odor eliminator. Na’scent is a clear liquid made from stabilized oxygen that is non-toxic and completely removes ostomy odor. See how one woman’s drive and determination to help her customers is changing lives all over the world.
Buckle up! We're exploring two unique destinations – Turks & Caicos and Calle Ocho – with celebrity chef Ralph Pagano.
Home to the best beach in the world, breathtaking hues from inviting waters, and legendary diving, snorkeling, and fishing, Turks and Caicos beckons all to an undiscovered Caribbean.
Joining celebrity chef Ralph Pagano is James Beard Award-winning chef Michelle Bernstein, who recently opened a restaurant, Café La Tova, on Calle Ocho.