8.21.14 dr. oz

The Dr. Oz Show Review: Food That Significantly Contribute To Better Health, Part 3 (8/21/14)

Aug 21, 2014

Our series on foods with remarkable benefits to our health continues today. This list is culled from various episodes of The Dr. Oz show where each of the items listed below address specific health issues. In so doing, we are educated to a whole new world of possible alternatives to prescribed drugs. If you missed the first two parts of this series, please click on the following links: Part 1 and Part 2. Gout. The common culprits behind this type of arthritis are food and drinks rich in protein and sugar. Moreover, women are as prone to gout as much…

8.21.14 dr. phil

Dr. Phil Review: Should Parents Disown A Drug-Dependent & Destructive Child? (8/21/14)

Aug 21, 2014

Weeks before The Holidays last year, Dr. Phil agreed to help a couple who was clueless on how they can help re-direct their adopted son to a better path in life. While Karen still harboured hopes for a miraculous change, Tim (photo in this recap), has all but given up. In fact, he went to the show with only one agenda: to help his wife finally let go of their son for good. Here arises the question: should parents simply resort to shutting their doors on their issue-riddled children? A Violent Child. Tim openly claimed that he was done with…

8.21.14 rachael ray

Rachael Ray Show Review: Culinary Experts’ Sumptuous Side Dishes, Part 1 (8/21/14)

Aug 21, 2014

A meal always has a star ingredient but it never ever goes out with a bang without a little help from the side dishes’ corner. Rachael Ray and some of the biggest names in the culinary world created their personalized versions of side dishes that can make your grills, roasts, bakes, barbecues and fries into stellar creations. Here’s Part 1 of our review; the complete recipes are available in Rachael Ray’s official website. Chili-spiced Corn on the Cob. Top Chef alumni Richard Blais makes corn on the cob dazzle with this recipe. The corn pieces are coated with a crème…

8.21.4 the chew

The Chew Review: Daphne Oz’s Healthy Culinary Venture (8/21/14)

Aug 21, 2014

The Chew’s Daphne Oz is credited for dishing out healthy versions of daily eats. Her dishes may not be gourmet in nature (as opposed to those prepared by Mario Batali, Michael Symon and Carla Hall) but they strike me as comfort food nonetheless. Daphne also provides concoctions that address several remedies, just like her father, Dr. Mehmet Oz, does in his show. Below are some of my favorites as presented by Daphne herself. Immune-boosting Spicy Noodle Soup.  Daphne considers this dish as her natural quick fix for congested nose. I’ve tried this version and boy, did it accomplish its mission….

8.20.14 agt

America’s Got Talent Recap: Top 5 Acts In 4th Quarterfinals Results (8/20/14)

Aug 20, 2014

Tonight marks the final live results show of America’s Got Talent’s quarterfinals.  The last five acts moving on to the semi-finals will be named from the twelve who performed last night. If the outcome were to be based on the judges’ comments and the audience’s reactions, my strongest bets would have to be cellists Emil & Dariel (photo in this recap), contortionist Nina Burri, singers Quintavious Johnson and Jonah Smith and danger act Jonatan Riquelme.Will they make it? Find out if your favorites will figure out in the list with our live recap of the results show. Almost twenty minuteshave elapsed…

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8.28.14 dr. oz

The Dr. Oz Show Review: Food That Significantly Contribute To Better Health, Part 4 (8/28/14)

Our series on foods with remarkable benefits to our health continues.  Part 4 of this series adds more to the list of natural solutions to various aches, pains and conditions. This list is culled from various episodes of The Dr. Oz Show. In so doing, we are educated to a whole new world of possible alternatives to prescribed drugs. If you missed the first three parts of this series, please click on the following links: Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3. Upset Stomach. Fresh ginger and ginger tea are the natural go-tos for upset stomach.  Ginger has two intrinsic…

8.28.14 rachael ray

Rachael Ray Show Review: Culinary Experts’ Sumptuous Side Dishes, Part 2 (8/28/14)

Last week, we started our series on the best of side dishes prepared by Rachael Ray and her friends from the culinary industry. As we noted in Part 1 of this series, side dishes make meals more sumptuous and delectable. For those who love to grill, roast, bake, barbecue and fry any type of meat, side dishes can make the main dish more fantastic. Here’s Part 2 of our review; If you missed Part 1 of the series, please click on this link. Southern Cornbread. Celebrated chef Emeril Lagasse’s cornbread features crispy smoked pork sausages folded in cornbread batter. The…

8.29.14 the chew

The Chew Review: Carla Hall’s Sweet Treats (8/28/14)

One thing I always look forward in The Chew is Carla Hall’s dessert creations. For one, she simplifies the cooking process and describes the end-products in the most tempting manner that makes me love sweet treats all the more. On top of this, Carla provides practical tips on how to make the most out of the ingredients she requires in her recipes. Below are some of the most charming desserts she dished out this year. Triple Chocolate Tart. This dessert features the best of chocolate crust, pudding and chai-flavored ganache. The chocolate pudding consists of cocoa powder, milk cream and…

8.21.14 dr. oz

The Dr. Oz Show Review: Food That Significantly Contribute To Better Health, Part 3 (8/21/14)

Our series on foods with remarkable benefits to our health continues today. This list is culled from various episodes of The Dr. Oz show where each of the items listed below address specific health issues. In so doing, we are educated to a whole new world of possible alternatives to prescribed drugs. If you missed the first two parts of this series, please click on the following links: Part 1 and Part 2. Gout. The common culprits behind this type of arthritis are food and drinks rich in protein and sugar. Moreover, women are as prone to gout as much…