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Happy Memorial Day

I love charcoal grilling.  I love the smell of the flame-roasted meats, poultry and vegetables.  I love the texture of grilled foods – and I used to think that the melting away of all that fat off the meat was a healthier way of cooking.  Unfortunately for all of us, there have been countless studies,…

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The #1 Paleo Chicken Recipe Ever!

Ok!  So there’s chicken and then there’s exquisitely cooked chicken.  After 45 years of cooking chicken at least once a week, I have learned the value of the latter. And with all the hype about Paleo this and Paleo that- what better time to discuss what exactly is a Paleo diet.   “The Paleo Diet”…

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Who Wants to be a Leading Lady?

I just finished producing an event for 450 women in Silicon Valley.  It was called “Leading Ladies,” and it celebrated the confluence of the arts with science and technology.  I combined Ann Bowers,  a trailblazing pioneer at the nexus of technology, Dr. Natalie Batalha, a celebrated NASA mission scientist, Randi Zuckerberg, a marketing guru, and…

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My Nutribullet & Me!

I’m in love with my Nutribullet. I purchased wonderful little miracle machines for all my kids over the holidays. We all got Nutribullets, and without sounding like an infomercial, I’m in love.  This little powerhouse grinds, blends and emulsifies just about anything you put into it.  I love that we’re enabling our children and grandchildren…

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New Year . . . YOU!

7 tips to help you start the New Year and dazzle! Why be a “new you” when you can be the best you.  So in the hopes of inspiring you to become the very best “you” this year, I’ll share my top 7 tips that help me feel great inside and out. I find 20…

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Empty Nest Doesn’t Necessarily Mean Cooking for Fewer People!

When we were raising our kids, dinner as a family was a huge part of our culture.  And Sunday dinners were and remain – sacrosanct.  When I was working and raising my kids, I really didn’t have time during the week to be a creative cook. It was – get dinner on the table as…

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