How much does “COSTCO” cost us?

I loved the NY Times Op-Ed piece (9/17/13) by Frank Bruni, Hard Truths about Our Soft Bodies. It flipped on my rant-switch regarding a topic that has been near and dear to me for years – portion size in America. I laughed out loud as he described the familiar seduction of shopping in the great “buy-oversized-and-get-the-bargain” […]

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Loving Veggies…

On the shoulders of Ed Espie Brown What an exciting time of change, rife with potential. Make no mistake; the Food Revolution is happening all around us. Daily I receive emails from organizations that mobilize and rally against Monsanto’s powerful undertow ,from those that are working to reform our broken food system, and from places […]

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Tough love for good food

The truth about how to live healthier NOW in America. What a month of food news and food articles. In the span of 4 weeks time we’ve read that: the famous olive oil laden Mediterranean diet will keep us heart healthier, though not pounds lighter; the American processed food industry has been scientifically formulating its […]

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There is no Planet B

Call me Tevye. On the one hand… I can say that Organic Consumers Association was being opportunistic by broadcasting their message – COOK ORGANIC NOT THE PLANET – at the “Forward on Climate Rally” to stop the Keystone pipeline held this past Sunday in Washington, D.C. It was, after all, the largest non-nuclear pro-environment march […]

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It’s 2013…what food resolutions SHOULD you have?

It’s a new year, and with that often comes…the food and lifestyle resolutions. Well, it’s fifteen days into 2013 and I’m wondering if you are haunted yet by the words “I should” …? Research tells us that creating a new habit takes 21 days to congeal, so perhaps this article comes while you’re still in […]

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When Ratatouille speaks…I listen

Wisdom garnered from the tradition of slow cooking.     There is wisdom in this traditional method. It isn’t rocket science to understand, but like all truths, it is profound once you “get it”. This slow method of making Ratatouille is intimate and deeply loving. Why? Because it requires time, presence, and patience. Via this […]

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Weight weight, don’t weight!

It doesn’t take any talent to gain weight (or spend money), especially at this time of year. Let’s be honest. It’s post-Thanksgiving and I got on the scale after 5 days of family, fun and food and WOOPS… a few extra pounds in no time! A little too much noshing on a little too much […]

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In the Kitchen with Ina part 2

WAYS TO IMPROVE HEALTH AND HAPPINESS BY EATING HOME-COOKED REAL FOODS: ATTITUDE, STAPLES, IDEAS & UPGRADES PART 2 Continuing with suggestions that are pertinent on the path of eating and cooking healthier real foods, perhaps you will remember a few forgotten gems and/or find a useful new suggestion from this next list. MORE ON ATTITUDE […]

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In the kitchen with Ina

I’m inspired in this moment to discuss the topic of cooking meals, as it’s one that’s near and dear to me. With Monday, October 24, 2011 officially having been designated as Food Day, the time is ripe. The focus is to bring cooking – not just anything, but real food – back into home and hearth […]

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“What’s words go to do with it?”

“what’s words got to do with it?” Issue 3 October 13, 2011 I have something different I want to share with you this month. It’s every bit as important to creating a lifestyle for wellness as eating healthy foods, living sustainably and exercising, but it’s not something you can purchase at a grocery store, or […]

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