Ellie Krieger, Jay Lippin, Kombucha + More

Today on Fork This with IntoxiKate

Fork This with IntoxiKate airs Tuesdays from 6-7 p.m. on 1490 WGCH and wgch.com.

Tonight’s guests include:


Ellie Krieger, TV Host, Best-Selling Author, Nutritionist, IntoxiKate #foodcrush

Ellie Krieger is the host and executive producer of the Public Television cooking series Ellie’s Real Good Food, and well known as the host of Food Network’s hit show Healthy Appetite. While she offers a range of delicious recipes, the best-selling author is a nutritionist combining flavor, fun, and fresh foods in the kitchen. She is also starting the conversation about gut health, encouraging the intake of both probiotics and prebiotics (vital to everyone’s health) to maintain a healthy gut.

{IntoxiKate Tip! I have been on Renew Life’s Ultimate Flora Probiotics for several weeks, and they have definitely helped improve my specific gut issues. They offers formulas specially designed for everyone in the family, from infants to seniors, to support digestive balance and immune health everyday and are available at health food stores and major retailers, including Target and Walmart.}

Jay Lippin, Executive Chef for Crabtree’s Kittle House

You can’t talk about the restaurant industry in Westchester, or attend a food festival, without Jay Lippin‘s name popping up. The executive chef for Crabtree’s Kittle House in Chappaqua (where Hillary Clinton made history, officially accepting the first female Democratic nomination to run for president) is well-known for his skill in the kitchen, presenting innovative farm-to-table dishes and setting the standard for running a sustainable kitchen in the Hudson Valley. Chef is not only committed to the farmers and local produce he works with, but he’s also committed to his fans (Ahem! Moi!), recently launching Kittlehouse Kitchens, a line of farm-to-table kitchen products including bacon jam, hot sauce, and apple cider mustard and more. #yesplease

Todd Jackson, Kombucha Expert for Midwest Supplies

Kombucha is a fermented tea beverage brewed since ancient times. Although the exact origins are relatively unknown, the process has remained unchanged—a symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast (SCOBY) ferments a sweet tea mixture to produce a refreshing, yet tart, tea beverage. Whether you’re planning to harness the health benefits often attributed to Kombucha, or simply a fan of the tea itself, Todd Jackson recommends the EverBru Kombucha™ Starter Kit. The kit, available from Midwest Supplies, includes everything required to make a one gallon batch of Kombucha on the first try.

Fork This with IntoxiKate

Listen live at 6 p.m. on 1490 WGCH (Westchester and Fairfield Counties) or wgch.com (everywhere!).

After the show, the interviews will be available via podcast on SoundCloud and more.

By | 2017-01-17T14:54:05+00:00 January 17th, 2017|chefs, eat + drink, enjoy, Fork This Radio, health, westchester|0 Comments