Exclusive Posthumous Interview with Julia Child [100th Birthday Today]

Exclusive Posthumous Interview with Julia Child [100th Birthday Today]

Julia Child, who brought the love of high dining and French cooking to the masses here in America in the 1960′s, was born exactly 100 years ago. She is honored today by a Google Doodle, and by the culinary industry. … Continue reading

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Romantic, Affordable & Healthy Valentines Day Idea

Romantic, Affordable & Healthy Valentines Day Idea

Good morning and Happy Valentine’s Day! Are you planning to blow loads of $$$ as a token of you love? Will you go to a five star restaurant? The Beatles once sang “Can’t Buy me Love”, but these days it … Continue reading

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Four Food Tips for Grandparents

Four Food Tips for Grandparents

This is a guest blog post by Chris Rosenbloom, PhD, RD, CSSD. We live in age where many children not only know their grandparents but their great grandparents, too. Today we are not a sandwich generation but a club sandwich … Continue reading

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ADA Launches Kids Eat Right – Shop. Cook. Eat.

ADA Launches Kids Eat Right – Shop. Cook. Eat.

We’re in Boston for the 2010 Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo (FNCE),  organized by the American Dietetic Association (ADA). The ADA has just announced a new initiative to get kids eating healthfully – Kids Eat Right. The idea is … Continue reading

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How Do You Like Your Veggies – Raw, Medium, or Well-Done?

How Do You Like Your Veggies – Raw, Medium, or Well-Done?

Vegetables are very versatile, and can be prepared in endless ways.  Here are some interesting findings on consumer preferences, from a recent poll by  SupermarketGuru.com: 86% of consumers indicated that they are attempting to add more veggies to their diet. … Continue reading

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It’s Cheaper to Gain Weight than it is to Lose it (part 2 of 2)

It’s Cheaper to Gain Weight than it is to Lose it (part 2 of 2)

Image via Wikipedia This is the second of a two part post. In the first part, we explained why it is cheaper to gain weight than it is to lose it. The price of taste and convenience has fallen mightily … Continue reading

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