Thursday, March 18, 2010

3/18 - Rachell Allen, Yvette Nicole Brown, Terra Wellington, Roni Deutch, Julio Morataya - PLAY NOW

Thursday March 18, 2010
"What's Cookin' Today" with Erik and Jack
 Live Monday-Friday (7-8 AM PT) CRN1

Rachel Allen - Celebrity Irish Chef
Rachel Allen was brought up in Dublin and left home at eighteen to study at the world-famous Ballymaloe Cookery School. Rachel is now a busy TV chef, author, journalist and mother, and still teaches at Ballymaloe. Rachel is the author of four bestselling cookery books, which include Rachel's Favourite Food at Home and Rachel's Food for Living. Her extremely popular television series for RTE and the BBC have been broadcast internationally and she frequently appears on BBC's Saturday Kitchen. Her charming manner and effortless style make her a delight to watch. Rachel is columnist and contributor to a number of Irish publications, including the The Sunday Tribune magazine, and is often featured in articles and interviews in the media. Rachel's style of cooking is above all practical - simple but delicious food, ideal for family and friends. Her influences are both regional and global. The BBC describe her as an "Irish cooking queen" and Good Food magazine believe she "has put Irish cooking on the map in recent years". Rachel has a devoted fan base both in the UK and Ireland, and the popularity of her television programmes continues to rise. Rachel lives in her seaside home in County Cork with her husband Isaac, sons Luka and Joshua and their dog Buddy

YVETTE NICOLE BROWN ("Shirley" on NBC's "Community")
Yvette Nicole Brown will play Shirley, a sassy middle-age divorcee, on NBC’s new comedy series “Community.” As a young girl growing up in East Cleveland, Ohio, actress Yvette Nicole Brown dreamed of a career on-stage and screen. She began her entertainment career as a vocalist while still in her teens, when after an impromptu audition for Michael Bivins (New Edition; Bell Biv DeVoe) she was signed to Motown Records as a part of the East Coast Family, a group of new talents that included Boyz II Men. Brown was featured on the Motown album, The East Coast Family Vol.1, which included the Top 20 single, “1-4-All-4-1.” As a part of the East Coast Family, Brown appeared on MTV, Showtime at the Apollo, Vh1 and BET, while simultaneously completing coursework that led to a Bachelor of Fine & Applied Arts degree from the University of Akron. Following graduation, she packed her bags and moved to Los Angeles. In just a short time, Brown has emerged as one of the most sought-after character actresses in Hollywood, highlighted by memorable appearances on numerous hit TV shows, including: “House,” “Entourage,” “The Office,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “Two and a Half Men,” “Malcolm in the Middle,” “7th Heaven,” “Fat Actress,” “Til Death,” “That’s So Raven,” “Rules of Engagement,” “Privileged” and “That ‘70s Show” among others. In addition, she has had recurring roles on “Boston Legal,” 

Terra Wellington is an actress and author and has been a popular television guest due to her advocacy of healthy living and environmental topics. An active supporter of ocean conservation and the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch program, Terra's book The Mom's Guide to Growing Your Family Green: Saving the Earth Begins at Home (St. Martin's Press) is a comprehensive real-person's guide on how to help the planet and protect your family. Her eco-blog covers information about healthy living and the environment. Terra is the former wellness editor of Fit Body and Real national women magazines, previously contributed at and Aisle7 (formerly Healthnotes), and wrote the syndicated column Terra Wellington’s Balanced Living.

A Professional Tax Corporation is the nation’s largest tax resolution law firm. We have been helping clients resolve their tax liabilities for over 19 years and have saved our clients millions of dollars along the way. We know how horrible it can be to face IRS debts, but our highly experienced attorneys will fight the IRS on your behalf. Since Roni Deutch first opened her firm it has been an ongoing goal to provide competent and professional services to the millions of innocent taxpayers that find themselves in trouble with the IRS. Roni Deutch opened the firm from a small one-bedroom condo but with her drive and hard work, she was able to build her firm into the nation’s largest tax resolution firm, occupying a twenty thousand square foot building in North Highlands, CA

Julio Morataya  "March Madness"
The NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship is a single elimination tournament held each spring in the United States, featuring 65 college basketball teams, both conference champions and at-large selections. The tournament, organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), was created in 1939 by the National Association of Basketball Coaches and was the brainchild of Kansas coach Phog Allen[1][2] Held mostly in March, it is informally known as March Madness or the Big Dance; the national semifinals (the Final Four) have become one of the nation's most prominent sporting events.  Since its inception, the tournament bracket has included conference tournament champions from each Division I conference, which receive automatic bids. The remaining slots are at-large berths, with teams chosen by an NCAA selection committee. The selection process and tournament seedings are based on several factors, including team rankings, win-loss records and RPI data. The two lowest-seeded teams compete in the "opening round game" to determine which will join the other 63 teams in the first round of the tournament.  A Most Outstanding Player award is given by the Associated Press at the end of each tournament. At 11 national titles, UCLA holds the record for the most NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championships. The University of Kentucky is second, with 7 national titles, while Indiana University and the University of North Carolina are tied for third with 5 national titles.The tournament is televised on CBS in the United States, except for the opening round.

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