Each weeknight Delilah takes your requests, dedications, your messages of love, inspiration, hardships, and a “Delilah’s Dilemma” or two, on the Lite At Nite, here in New York City. This is a safe place to land at the end of the day, where the music does the talking for you. Whether you're seeking friendship, love, forgiveness or just a place to relax and unwind, Delilah is here to smooth off the rough edges of your day, and add a note of peace and serenity to your evenings.
Tonight, please visit 1067litefm.com, keyword: ‘Delilah’ for more information, great photos, and e-mail our show with your stories of hope and inspiration, by contacting Delilah's producer David directly at David@delilah.com. He’ll be sure to get your messages to Delilah to share via the airwaves, all night long!
Last November I stopped by the big Macy's Parade Balloon Inflation on the Upper West Side, by the Museum of Natural History!
I got to share an intimate evening with some very sweet Lite FM Listeners.
We shared stories, shared some good food and got to know eachother.
I joined Helen Little at Wollman Rink for "Skating In Central Park."
What a great day, and such wonderful Winter Scene in NewYork!
Keep warm everyone!
Here’s what you do if you’re a mom, reading this today: After you read this delicious recipe, you forward it on to your husband, son, daughter… and give them a not-so-subtle hint that you would not be disappointed if they offered to make you dinner…
~ 6 boneless and skinless chicken thighs (or ~ 3 chicken breasts)
~ 1 green pepper, diced
~ 1/2 cup chicken broth
~ 1/4 of a bay leaf
~ 3/4 cup corn or peas
~ 1 large can diced tomatoes
~ 1 small can tomato sauce
~ 1 medium onion, chopped
~ 2 cloves garlic, minced
spices, to taste (such as sage and thyme)
salt and pepper, to taste
~ 1 cup flour
~ 1/4 cup olive oil
Place oil in a skillet and turn to medium high heat. Roll chicken in flour until coated. Place in skillet and brown chicken. Add garlic and onion and sauté for two minutes. Add the broth and all other ingredients. Let everything simmer until chicken is cooked through and tomato sauce and onion is cooked down.
I think I’ll take my own advice and send this off to a couple of my older kids and see what happens. If you have a great recipe to share, send it to me!
E-mail us those tonight by sending your message to Producer David's e-mail: David@delilah.com!
With Love ... Delilah <3