Here is what you saw on Good Day Alabama for December 10, 2012:
JEH JEH - Jeh Jeh joined us live this morning from the Shades Valley YMCA with Mikal Thomas. Today he showed us the latest exercises you can do for the week. For more information, call (205) 870-9622.
ALABAMA COOK BOOK - Lee Sentell, director of Alabama Tourism, joined us this morning to show off a new cookbook - Alabama Food. More than 225 restaurants across the state are featured in a new photo book titled Alabama Food. The colorful 128-page book was produced in cooperation with the Alabama Tourism Department and covers the food scene in the state by geographic region, starting in North Alabama and ending with the Gulf Coast. It's based on the popular "100 Dishes to Eat in Alabama Before You Die" brochure and emphasizes unique and original Alabama restaurants, the growth of the farm-to- table movement, and native Alabama foods. Alabama native Patricia "Sister" Schubert of homemade rolls fame, wrote the foreword. It is available at Books-A-Million stores across the state and online at www.bhamstore.com and Amazon.com. Alabama Food can also be purchased at the Governor's Mansion Gift Shop and at The Goathill Museum Store inside the Alabama State Capital in Montgomery. The retail price of the book is $20.
ASK THE GARDENER - Libby Rich of Plant Odyssey took questions from viewers about their gardening needs. You can contact her at Plant Odyssey at (205) 324-0566 or visit http://libbysplantodyssey.com/.
Tomorrow on Good Day Alabama... from wrapping paper and bows to special foods to small parts for toys - it's all over your house these days! And curiosity about these items can lead to trouble for your pets! The veterinary specialist joins us tomorrow with a look at what happens when those foreign bodies end up inside your pet! Speaking of the holidays.... Jeh Jeh takes us live to the Virginia Samford Theatre for a look at the latest production - A Christmas Memory. And still looking for gift ideas? We check out some gifts for all price ranges! In Money Tuesday we look at the benefits of donating to charity. We're gardening with Jimmy Rockett! And Dr. Asa Andrew joins us with a look at some alternatives to men's favorite foods to make them a bit healthier! That and more tomorrow on Good Day Alabama!
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