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2022 Full Show Episodes
2021 Full Show Episodes

2020 Full Show Episodes


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3/25/23: Elizabeth has the latest food & travel news and Server’s Revenge, then you’ll hear of the BIZARRE plan to put masks on cows.  Elizabeth has the story of a new breed of mosquitos hitting the Florida coast, wait, we thought the GMO Mosquito would cut down on those pests.  Our exclusive taste test put five plant-based burgers on the grill to see if any can compete with a real burger.  In the travel hour, our Airline Debacles highlights the story of a flight from Miami to Philly that turned ugly, you’ll hear more about camping in an RV with a cat, and Elizabeth shares the story of how John McAfee urges you to get rid of data stealing apps, and points out who the real culprit is.  Destination Unknown takes us to Fall River, Massachusetts where a BIG Easter Celebration is underway, plus it’s a good example of how people from many cultures, countries, and backgrounds can all live together.

3/18/23:  After Elizabeth’s Food News and Servers Revenge, you’ll hear about the very messy and potentially toxic process involved with making HFCS, and what viruses are involved with creating GMO strawberries.  Our exclusive Taste Test focuses on edible Medical Marijuana chocolates.  In the travel hour, our Airline Debacles tackles the subject of tasers being used to take down citizens.  You’ll hear about RV macerators, and how they can make a nasty job easier.  Elizabeth has some thoughts on why you should get rid of TikTock, how Saudi Arabia is welcoming tourists and her Destination Unknown takes us to the artsy city of La Jolla, California.

3/11/23:  After Elizabeth’s Food News and an epic version of Servers Revenge, you’ll hear TWO big stories this week.  First, Elizabeth has the connection between two of the richest men on the planet and an additive that some are calling a POISON for kids, then you’ll hear how you will eat plankton from the sea and you’ll be happy!  In the travel hour, a United Airlines flight was farced to make an emergency landing after a  passanger assaulted a flight attendant.  In the turmoil of this story, the president of the flight attendant’s union is calling for stun guns to be available on planes as needed.  If you’re traveling and suddenly the US financial system colapses, what will you do?  We’re already seeing reports that American tourists overseas are having financial difficulties when using debit/credit cards.  Finally, Elizabeth takes us to Ft Knox, Kentucky, where we’re told the nation’s gold is secure.

02/25/23:  After Elizabeth’s Food News and Servers Revenge, you’ll hear about how HUMAN cells are being incorporated into lab=grown foods, and about how the industry is blurring the lines difference between Fair Trade and Organic   Since Friday was National Tortilla Chip Day, our taste test focuses on which chip is worthy of your salsa.  In the travel hour, an epic version of Airline Debacles focused on recent mishaps at Cleveland’s Airport, and Elizabeth says there is a growing list of Lithium Battery powered products you should NOT take on a plane, and her Destination Unknown takes us to the National Cannibal Museum.

02/04/23:  After Elizabeth’s Food News and Servers Revenge, you’ll hear how two mysterious fires may have a BIG impact heading into the spring.  Our taste test focuses on Valentine’s Day chocolates.  In the travel hour, after an epic version of Airline Debacles, and Elizabeth shares the story of how the delivery of “power” to your home may change very quickly, how cruise ship employees are being sent out to look for eggs, and her Destination Unknown takes us to New Mexico.

01/28/23:  You’ll hear about the repercussions we’re seeing as one company has a stranglehold on freight trains in America.  Elizabeth has some thoughts on social media crackdowns and just coincidentally, a recipe called AOC Nut Balls.  Our taste test puts the spotlight on Root Beer, and the you’ll hear a follow-up on the search for Flight MH 370.  Our RV Tips and Tales has a BIG tip to get better sound out of your RV, and Elizabeth takes us to Alaska to sit in the 106 degree waters at Chena Hot Springs Resort.

01/21/23:   One of the most important shows you’ll hear.  We give you the TRUTH about the Great Egg Shortage of 2023, what really happened in Davos, and how the FAA Ground Stoppage is being covered up by yet another government fib.  You’ll also hear our Taste Test focusing on potato chips, a Top 10 list of Health Spas in Miami, and Elizabeth takes us to Crested Butte, Colorado for a little Rocky Mountain High.

01/07/23:  First broadcast of 2023.  A lot to cover on the show, including a look at how one unelected federal employee is STOPPING you from seeing the results of an extensive test on fluoride in the drinking water.  You’ll also hear the latest nonsense from the feds on food shortages, and our exclusive taste test settles once and for all which COLA tastes better. In the Travel Hour, more fallout from the Southwest Air Christmas Meltdown, and how one airport treated displaced and stranded travelers.  We share the story about what happened to the brand new travel trailer we purchased in June, and in Destination Unknown, Elizabeth takes us under the streets of NYC where you’ll find CHEESE!

About elizabethd

Elizabeth Dougherty has been cooking and writing about food intensively for more than ten years. She is the fourth generation of chefs and gourmet grocers in her family with her mother, Francesca Esposito and grandmother, Carmella being major influences in her early cooking years. As a teenager, her family sent her to Europe where she became focused on French and Italian cuisine. She survived a year and half of culinary tutelage under a maniacal Swiss-German chef and is a graduate of NYIT, Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Hospitality, Business and Labor Relations. Food Nation Radio has won two news awards for content. Broadcasting LIVE each week, nationwide, on FoodNationRadio.com and stations around the country.

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