Although Cheryl Simone hails most recently from her second tour of duty at WIOD in Miami, she is best known for the decade she spent anchoring nights at 1010 WINS in New York. It was there she won a number of AP and AIR awards, as well as the prestigious Radio Journalist of the Year award from the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.
Cheryl’s career also includes stints at WCBS NewsRadio in New York and CBS Radio affiliate WINZ in Miami.
Cheryl also publishes an online magazine for the pet rescue community.
Why hey there! Did my adorable face catch your attention? My name is Talia and I am playful two year old Chihuahua-Beagle mix ready to find a home of my own.
Are you looking for a puppy with lots of energy- then look no further because I’m Skylar and that describes me!
This is an outrageously easy soup as long as you don’t mind hunting down the one somewhat exotic ingredient, lemongrass. But one can even forego, and use extra lemons and not suffer consequences. The saffron gives this soup a vibrant jolt and the coconut milk a luxurious mouth feel.
Louisa is a young, happy-go-lucky gal hoping to find a forever family. Could it be yours?
For even a non-baker, these are easy and fantabulous. They may become YOUR Signature Dish….perfect for kicking back on New Year’s day. Have fun with these; feel free to make them your own.
Sophia is a playful social butterfly who’s been featured on the local TV news, in People Magazine, co-starred in Shakespeare plays, and is part of the 66 Dogs Project national art campaign.
Even if you don’t, this is interesting and delicious: rich, satisfying and relatively easy–as long as you have a grater.
Hey, everybody, I’m Skittles, like the candy. I can be a little on the independent side, but I have been known to relax next to my human while we watch the other kitties in the cat room.
This side dish is as easy as it is memorable. The trick is sautéed bread crumbs in butter. The vegetables are blanched in salted boiling water until fork tender. The drained vegetables are mixed with warm toasted bread crumbs. Parmesan is added at the end, off heat.
If you are asked to supply a dessert for a holiday party, try this amazing take on a traditional fall classic, the apple cake. Have fun with this; make it your own. Don’t like apples? Try pears; sub walnuts or almonds for the pecans. Endless variations. Not too much stress. Rave reviews.