This podcast of the P. Allen Smith Radio Show is tea-rific! My guests are Bruce and Shelley Richardson of Elmwood Inn Fine Teas in Kentucky. Bruce and Shelley talk about the history of tea and the types of tea. Rhea Roberts is in the studio as well to talk about the Quapaw Quarter Association Tour in downtown Little Rock.
In this podcast of the P. Allen Smith Radio Show we’ll hear from Little Rock restaurateur Capi Peck about locally sourced food. She also shares two great recipes made with ingredients you can grow in your garden. Kathy Mormino a.k.a. the Chicken Chick is also a guest discussing tips for starting a backyard poultry flock. I’ll also answer some questions posted on my Facebook page about spring gardening.
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Planning a wedding can be both the happiest and most stressful time of your life. Listen in as I speak with some experts about how to make your day the best it can be.
Spring is in full swing in Arkansas and that means farmers’ markets are filling up with locally produced goodies such as salad greens, eggs and asparagus. In this podcast of my radio show I talk with my neighbors Beth and Butch Eggers about their farm Wye Mountain Flowers and Berries. Listen to our discussion about selling at a farmers’ market, agritourism and Arkansas Grown, an organization that connects farmers to consumers.
In this podcast of the P. Allen Smith Radio Show we discuss community gardens, which are great places to grow. Troy-Bilt’s senior manager of marketing communications, Barbara Roueche, joins me on the show to share how they are working with Keep America Beautiful to build community gardens.
The tables are turned in this episode of my radio show! Michael Podlesny, from the “Mike the Gardener” podcast takes over and interviews me about my history and thoughts about gardening and chickens, of course.
In this podcast of the P. Allen Smith Radio Show Hillis Schield from the Southside Main Street Organization in Little Rock, Arkansas talks to me about the importance of revitalizing Main Street. Plus Rhea Roberts, Executive Director at Quapaw Quarter Association, and Shalah Brummett give us a preview of this year's Spring Tour of Homes. It's the organization's 50th tour showcasing historic houses in downtown Little Rock.
In this week's podcast of the radio show I speak with chef, author and girl hunter Georgia Pellegrini about her latest release, Modern Pioneering, This book includes more than 150 recipes, projects and skills for a self-sufficient life.
Beekeeping is the bees’ knees! In this week’s podcast you’ll hear my conversation with Alethea Morrison, author of Homegrown Honey Bees: An Absolute Beginner's Guide to Beekeeping, about these beneficial garden buddies and how to help them thrive.