Monthly Archives: January 2011

What I’m Reading Today

I spent the morning talking Eggs with Betsy Karetnick of Everyday Food on Martha Stewart Radio.  She’s fantastic and if you have satellite radio, take the time to tune into her show.  It’s full of great, practical tips you’ll use … Continue reading

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Martha Stewart Radio…and Me!

 Did you know Martha Stewart had her own station on satellite radio?  Of course you did, she’s got it going on all over the place.  Well, this Tuesday I’ll be interviewed on the “Everyday Food” show, 9:15 pacific time and … Continue reading

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Bon Appétit

Many of you have heard of the changes taking place at Bon Appétit .  I for one am anxious and excited to see what becomes of the magazine with Adam Rapoport at the helm.  I mean who doesn’t need a … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

We’ve all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  Well, it is.  Protein in the morning kick starts your day like nothing else, giving you the energy you need when the caffeine wears off and keeping … Continue reading

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Raspberry Swirl Sweet Rolls

In the January issue of Food & Wine, their amazing recipe czar Grace Parisi wrote about using frozen fruit in the winter.  I loved it because apple and pears start to wear on me pretty quickly, and I always keep … Continue reading

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Soup-er Way to Eat your Veggies

Cooking without a recipe is something I’d love to see everyone do more of in 2011.  Start here with pureed vegetable soup-nothing could be easier.  Etching the basic steps in your memory will allow you to raid your fridge and … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading Today

Sorry for the delayed post.  I spent my morning speaking at my son’s school on the importance of family dinners and cooking at home.   It was a good reality check for me as I often forget that many, many people … Continue reading

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