I recently attended an event my friend and accomplished chef Suvir Saran shared his delectable recipes along with his views on health. Like me, Suvir grew up with his grandma’s home-cooking and I think he’d agree that when it comes to healthy delicious food, cooking from scratch is best as you’ll see in his new book “Masala Farm”.
Posts in this section feature some of Jen's favorites - from blogs to books to kitchen equipment. Note that the blog section hasn't been updated in quite a while.... stay tuned for updates in a few weeks!
Music lifts the spirits and fills your surroundings with a positive vibe – and is another great way to help you relax or have a yoga practice. Here are my favorites, also available as an iMix from the iTunes store.
Want to learn the right way to cook an egg? Frustrated by fennel? ‘How to Boil an Egg’ is a tasty mix of food know-how and how-to written by personal chef and food writer Danielle Turner. Danielle shares her knowledge as a chef and cooking instructor to teach basic cooking techniques along with tips on entertaining with ease and simple and delicious recipes.
Yoga books can be a wonderful resource to learn about Indian philosophy, mysticism, and deepen your existing physical fitness practice. This is a collection of my favorites, that I reference on a regular basis. If you are interested in learning yoga ‘asanas’ or poses, try taking your first class with a certified instructor
Get a head start on your New Year’s resolution and get the book that could change the way you feel and look. Celebrity nutritionist and author Joy Bauer’s exciting new book ‘Joy’s LIFE Diet, Four Steps to Thin Forever’ is out!