Posts filed under: Eating behaviors

I love the adage, “When the student is ready, the teacher will come.”  It’s an age old Chinese proverb that holds such weight in my own life and work.  As...
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Salty and sweet taste so good together.  It’s the juxtaposition of flavors on your palate that make it so appealing.  That’s why savory and spicy enhancements work so well with chocolate.  I love seeing all...
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I am always looking for healthier snacks and appetizers that are not too high calorie and offer nutritional value.   Of course, when crafting my game day eats I think about using veggies or fruits, whole grains, high-quality...
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Kale is a cool food these days, but I have to admit it can be a bitter pill to swallow.  Raw kale has an acquired taste – at least for me, that is.  I...
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There is a season for stew – and this is it!  I grew up on stew.  My grandmother used to throw chunks of carrots, potatoes, celery and stew meat (she...
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As comfort food cravings hit in the dead of winter, let’s make the best of it by including hearty veggies into the mix.  Dreaming about creamy soups, pasta and rice dishes that heat...
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Happy 2015!  The party is not over yet; it’s just beginning.  The start of the New Year brings with it a chance to refresh and renew our lives.  With life’s journey always evolving and changing...
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Ah, to be a kid again at the holidays…with creamy eggnog flowing, sugar cookies baking and candy canes around every corner,  there isn’t even a second thought about indulging in the season’s...
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We do it every year – go overboard on Thanksgiving.  Our cravings get the best of us.  There’s always one too many appetizers, a side dish that is passed over or a half-eaten pie that no...
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I am a nostalgic eater, especially around Thanksgiving.  The aroma of roasted potatoes, sage-rubbed turkey and fresh cranberries bubbling into a sauce on the stove takes me back.  Memories abound of the...
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