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Thursday, 15 September 2011 17:31

Radio Affiliate Page

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Sunday, 31 July 2011 13:11

Bullets and Bread

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Bullets and Bread – Feeding the Greats to the Grunts in WWII

Directions: In a bowl, put in humor, World War II stories,, stir in K rations, warm canteen water and heat on running tank engine. Add favorite foods of leaders with recipes from WWII, military cooking manuals, blend in info from victory gardens and add a pinch of M&M’s, SPAM and 12 ounces Pabst Blue Ribbon. Memories, Photos, WWII Recipes and History with awarm serving of S.O.S… that “Stuff” on a Shingle!

Sample Story - Cooking for Jarheads

“I was a cook during WWII in the Pacific. We did our best in every way. Sometimes things just don’t go right. But we all tried our best. Once we were cooking up some soup and 

Thursday, 15 September 2011 15:43

Kent Whitaker Radio

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radiofreelogoKent Whitaker Radio Network!

Free Radio Cooking Tip & Racing Update!
Every week stations receive;

Weekly 2 min cooking tip or recipe tip
Weekly 2 min safe cooking or food news tip
Weekly 2 min sports update (Varies)

Kent offers two FREE radio cooking tips to over 50 affiliates across the country every Wed!

Thursday, 26 July 2012 15:30

Aug 2 Show - Ketchup Kicked Up!

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ketchupburgercornlowThis week's shows covered a Kid Friendly Kicked up Ketchup recipe that was suggested by... a kid! It's fun, easy and gives the kids something to do while the burgers are on the grill.

And, it's a neat idea for grownups as well because... ketchup can be boring. Besides, some major brands are now marketing ketchup with added spices and flaovr, why not make it yourself?

As for Food Safety I talked about the Gill Foods onion Recall taking place in several states that is connected to recalls from several manufactures and super markets. More info for the recall can be found on www.foodsafety.gov .

Thanks to all of my affiliates across the country!
Picture by me - Kent Whitaker


Saturday, 21 January 2012 21:53

Championship Sunday Chow

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Are You Ready for Some Football Food?

Heck, I'm always ready for some football. Championship Sunday is almost here and that means die hard football fans are going to need some extra chow around the house in order to watch football. It's a great time to tryout a few dishes before the big Bowl Game that is SUPER comes around. The Super Bowl demands good grub!

Here are two recipes that will make a flavor filled dish with only a few simple ingredients. ENJOY!

The first recipe is from Checkered Flag Cooking, my recipe collection and stories gathered from fans, teams, drivers and drivers moms on various racing circuits. It's pretty easy and is a hoped up version of a big crock pot of meat balls. The second is a rib recipe that should bring great results ran or shine and it's from my collection of recipes that I use with my Timbertech cooking dishes.

Friday, 20 January 2012 18:34

A Great Idea For A Post

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Test of the new article submittersasasas

Saturday, 14 May 2016 03:08

Derek's Soup

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This is my favorite soup appetizer.

Saturday, 30 July 2011 13:25

Why are the Mountains Smoky?

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whyarethemtnssmokylowHow Tall is a Mountain?
When your young son asks questions ranging from "why are black bears black" and "how tall are trees in the Smoky Mountains" and more and you can't answer any of them... then it's time to research and write a book.

While working on a Smoke In the Mountains - the Art of Appalachian Barbecue, Kent Whitaker, winner of the Emeril Live barbecue contest, often drove many research miles with his young son in the back seat of his jeep.  Like many parents he also found that his son asked a staggering amount of "kid" style questions and Kent realized... he didn't know all of the answers!

Saturday, 30 July 2011 13:25

Big Mo

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mocover250Big Mo has lost his tennis balls.Can you help him find them?
Kids can help Moses “Big Mo” find his lost tennis balls and learn to count at the same time. Big Mo’s Tennis Ball Hunt is a  combination of live action shots of Moses inserted into a colorful illustrated world. Mo searches in everyday settings around his own house in order to find, and count, his lost tennis balls.
Mo loves tennis balls. He likes to roll them. He likes to bounce them. He likes to catch them. And he loves to chew on them! One day Big Mo lost all of his tennis balls. He looked everywhere.


Saturday, 30 July 2011 13:10

Kids Books

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Kent Whitaker has two fantastic books for kids!

Kent puts his fun style of writing and illustrating to work in his books for kids. Both books feature kent's own illustrations and more. 

Big Mo’s Tennis Ball Hunt
Kids can help Moses “Big Mo” find his lost tennis balls and learn to count at the same time. Big Mo’s Tennis Ball Hunt is a  combination of live action shots of Moses inserted into a colorful illustrated world.