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I'm a chef nutritionist, not the food police. I eat cookies but make sure to eat my broccoli too.
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- Finalist on The Chew Hosts Cooking Demo and Book Signing in Surprise, AZ
- Clean Eating Twitter Chat This Wednesday! And my Cucumber Quinoa Salad with Mint & Oregano
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As I contemplated what to pack for The Symposium for Professional Food Writers, I read in the program that jeans were acceptable. “Jeans?” I exclaimed out loud. Wearing jeans to a business …
One of the books I’m totally into right now that is laugh-out-loud funny is Medium Raw: A Bloody Valentine to the World of Food and the People who Cook, by Anthony Bourdain. This guy has intrigued me since I saw a photo of him standing buck naked with a cigarette in one hand (though I’m anti-smoking) and a perfectly positioned femur from a large animal in the other--not an image that quickly leaves the brain.