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The Faith Middleton Show

On this page you will find an archive of Faith Middleton's previous programs.

As of November 5, 2015, The Faith Middleton Show became the Faith Middleton Food Schmooze®, allowing Faith to focus all her award-winning talents on her culinary passions. Faith is expanding her online presence with extensive food blogging, podcasts of her weekly show, and a more robust website at foodschmooze.org with tons of recipes, food tips, and new video demonstrations.

For radio programs after November 5, 2015, visit FoodSchmooze.org.

I Shudder

Jan 27, 2011

From his classic plays and screenplays to his sidesplitting pieces for The New Yorker and Premiere, Paul Rudnick is one of our most adored humor writers. Now, in this long overdue collection, he casts his gleefully wicked eye on the world as he sees it: a landscape of stylish dowagers, irascible producers, and full-tilt eccentrics.

An inspiring collection of kosher recipes-from the simple to the sublime-all created with the slow cooker.

In Jewish Slow Cooker Recipes, the encore to her classic book, Jewish Cooking for All Seasons, Laura Frankel, a respected kosher chef and mother of three teenagers, shares more than 120 easy, delicious recipes for everyday and holiday meals-- all conveniently prepared in the slow cooker-a staple of Sabbath cooking which Frankel affectionately calls her "Shabbat miracle machine."

In this delicious collection, you'll find

Green Metropolis

Jan 24, 2011

In this remarkable challenge to conventional thinking about the environment, David Owen argues that the greenest community in the United States is not Portland, Oregon, or Snowmass, Colorado, but New York City.

A is for Admission

Jan 24, 2011

A former admissions officer at Dartmouth College reveals how the world's most highly selective schools really make their decisions.

In The Liar in Your Life, psychology professor Robert Feldman, one of the world's leading authorities on deception, draws on his immense body of knowledge to give fresh insights into how and why we lie, how our culture has become increasingly tolerant of deception, the cost it exacts on us, and what to do about it. His work is at once surprising and sobering, full of corrections for common myths and explanations of pervasive oversimplifications. 

creative commons, Wonderlane

Faith and friends talk about the books they've read, and would recommend, in all categories.

To see a list of the books discussed go to R.J. Julia.

 

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