What’s in YOUR Pot for Dinner? Radio Show Helps You Decide
The actress Sophia Loren said, “Everything you see I owe to spaghetti.” Sophia may claim to owe her success to spaghetti; but Joe Leone, owner of Joe Leone’s Italian Specialties and Catering, knows his success started in his grandmother’s kitchen where Leone paid close attention to his grandma’s preparation of traditional Italian dishes.
Leone’s love of food and his willingness to share tips with others has sparked a new Magic 100.1 radio show, “What’s for Dinner?” He will join Barbara Farragher, a Magic 100.1 radio host, every Sunday morning, beginning March 25 on Magic 100.1 from 8:00 to 8:30 a.m. to talk about, “What’s for Dinner?”
Joe Leone will be providing recipes, cooking tips and discussing preparation methods designed to help you decide what to have for dinner. Go to magicvariety.com to listen live online or visit magicvariety.com and joeleones.com to listen to a podcast if you missed the show.
Joe Leone, who has been cooking since he was 13 years old, attended the culinary arts program of the Ocean County Vocational/Technical School. Joe holds a B.A. in Culinary Arts from the Culinary Institute of America,Hyde Park,New York. Joe Leone’s Catering, with locations in Point Pleasant Beach and Sea Girt, has been named Best Caterers of Ocean-Monmouth counties by the Asbury Park Press Reader’s Choice Poll for nine consecutive years.
The Specialty Store in Point Pleasant Beach has also been awarded the Reader’s Choice award, and has been named Specialty Store of the Year by The N.A.S.F.T.
Sponsors of “What’s for Dinner”? include DL Foodservice Design, Brick; Mighty Young’s Appliance, Howell; DCH Kay Honda, Eatontown; Richard’s Sales and Rental Center, Pt. Pleasant and Bayville, and Musco Food Corporation of Maspeth, NY.
WRAT-FM and Magic 100.1 are radio stations of Greater Media, Inc. GreaterMedia, Inc. is the parent company of twenty-three AM and FM radio stations in theBoston,Detroit,Charlotte,New Jersey, andPhiladelphia markets. Greater Media also owns a group of weekly newspapers in centralNew Jersey and several telecommunications towers, located throughout theUnited States.