Archives for August 2007

September 2007 Newsletter: Back to School News.Get Ready for a Healthy Fall

In my September newsletter, I’ll cover the latest Skinny Chef webcasts on Sharpening Knives and Cooking with Spices. Looking for other ways to prepare for fall? It’s easier than you think with the Skinny Chef Blog, packed with simple, do-ahead ideas and tips for healthy people on the go. With articles like 10 Healthy Ideas for School Lunches and 10 Healthy Summer Habits to Take Back to the Office, it’s a cinch to add healthy habits to your busy schedule.

Busy New Moms Take 10 Minutes for Health

I was walking in my neighborhood with my good friend Bernadette who recently had two gorgeous twins. I started wondering – what is the best way to fit in health this fall when she’ll be spending more time at the office?

In Granny’s Kitchen #1: Milk

In Granny’s Kitchen is an on-going series of taped conversations that take place at Granny’s kitchen table, in the house where I grew up.

In this episode, we talk about old-fashioned traditions surrounding milk. Granny tells us about a glass milk bottle shaped like a baby, and how milk was delivered to her home when she was just a girl.

Tomato Salad with Goat Cheese and Roasted Pepper

Need your vitamin C? Look no further, between fresh tomatoes and red bell pepper you’re getting a huge helping of vitamin C with a this sweet and savory salad. Fresh goat cheese adds a note of creaminess without too much fat.

10 Healthy Ideas for School Lunches

When you’re always on the go, packing school lunch is sometimes last on your list. Don’t let lunchtime get stale! Use these simple tips to make lunch fun but most of all healthy.

Sharpening Knives

Knives, the cornerstone of cooking, are the most important and versatile kitchen tool that we have! Using sharp knives makes cooking fun, because you can work with ease, chop faster, and prepare meals that taste fresher.

Deceptively Delicious

Deceptively Delicious is filled with traditional recipes that kids love, except they’re stealthily packed with veggies so kids don’t even know! She also provides revealing and humorous personal anecdotes, tear-out shopping guides to help parents zoom through the supermarket, and tips on how to deal with the kid that ‘must have’ the latest sugar bomb cereal.

Cowboy Wedding

Last month, when my husband and I attended a ‘cowboy’ wedding, we had a taste of the real wild west in Tulsa, Oklahoma.