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FMMK Talk Radio

From My Mama's Kitchen® Talk Radio


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From My Mama’s Kitchen® Talk Radio is based on the multi-award-winning & bestselling book, From My Mama’s Kitchen – “food for the soul, recipes for living” by Johnny Tan honoring his 9 moms. FMMK Talk Radio serves as a resource center vibrant with motivational, inspirational, and spiritual stories from guests of ordinary people especially moms doing extraordinary feats, instilling a positive attitude in our global community. Conversation topics address family matters, relationships, community diversity, personal growth, health and wellness, spirituality, and conscious living. Guests have included International luminaries like the twice nominated for Nobel Peace Prize, Dr. Ervin Laszlo, the noted filmmaker and multiple international bestselling author Douglas Vermeeren, international bestselling author Sandra Biskind, and Amy Newmark, publisher & editor-in-chief of Chicken Soup for the Soul. Other luminaries included The New York Times Bestselling Authors Christy Whitman, Bernie Seigel MD, Gay Hendricks, and The #1 New York Times Bestselling Author, Carol Kline. FMMK Podcasts are available on iHeart Radio, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Blubrry, TuneIn, MixCloud, Podchaser, Listen Notes, and Hubhopper. Johnny is an Experiential Life Coach & Mentor for executives, entrepreneurs, and anyone ready to transform themself with Strategic Thinking and Planning, and Emotional Intelligence. He helps his clients live in the “Genius Zone” of their Highest Self! Visit for more information. Comments and radio guest inquiries, please email

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Chicken Soup for the Soul: It's Beginning to Feel a Lot Like Christmas is a new Holiday Collection that shares real-life stories that will jumpstart your holiday spirit! The book highlights the joy of giving and sharing. You'll read about... more

Christina Adams is the award-winning author of the memoir A Real Boy. She is also a journalist and speaks on autism, writing, culture, and camels. National Public Radio has featured her work, and so did the Washington Post, the Los... more

It has been said, ?The Power of Forgiveness Can Set You Free.? Well, Chicken Soup for the Soul latest release, The Forgiveness Fix, is all about using the power of forgiveness to change your life! Chicken Soup for the Soul's... more

Maria Nhambu has made sharing her love of Africa and its culture and rhythms the focus of her life. Her memoir series, Dancing Soul Trilogy, begins with Maria's childhood in a German orphanage, and her arrival in the United States. The... more

Positive thinking really can lead to a happier life! Deborah Norville and Chicken Soup for the Soul show you how! ?Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could find a way to laugh when the plans we have so carefully laid out go awry? To not be... more

Would you like to know how you can regain the upper hand and create the dynamic joy of connection with others in today's somewhat chaotic world? Dr. Winfried Sedhoff's latest book, The Friendship Key - to Lasting Peace, United... more

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Angels All Around, offers glimpses into the lives of regular people who find themselves in extraordinary, unexplainable situations, their prayers answered, and their lives forever changed. It's about... more

Hillary Raimo is a Reiki Master teacher in Usui and Karuna Reiki, a non-denominational ordained minister, author of three books, and an award-winning photographer and artist. With additional background in business... more

Did you know you have unseen codes in your DNA that are controlling your life? For example, the way you repel or attract relationships and the way you maintain or push away someone you love. How about the way you feel, your... more

The Untold Story of Sita: An Empowering Tale for our Time, by Dena Merriam, takes a new look at the classic Ramayana by tearing away the patriarchal lens through which the story is traditionally viewed. In the traditional account, Sita is... more
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