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Top 10 Dumbest Fad Diets | Diet Reviews by Matt C. Patient Expert Posted Fri 20 Feb 2009 6:12pm 1 Comment We Take a Look at the Most Popular Fad Diets of the Past 30 Years and Pick The Top 10 Dumbest Fad Diets to Ever Be Unleashed on Dieters.  The Fad Diet. Nothing exemplifies the American obsession with quick fixes more than the seemingly endless parade of fad diets cooked up by everyone from modern snake-oil salesmen, to slick Internet e ... Read on »
Aaron McCargo Jr’s “Simply Done, Well Done” – Review, Salad Recipe & Giveaway! by Sarina Nicole Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 10 May 2011 10:59am Last month I was excited to receive a review copy of Aaron McCargo Jr’s debut cookbook “Simply Done, Well Done” . I even took to Twitter to share my delight I am not ashamed to state that I have been a fan of his ever since he competed in (and won) the 2008 run of “The Next Food Network Star” . I have also thoroughly enjoyed each episode of “ ... Read on »
Product Review: Nature Isle Mango Papaya Chutney - gluten free/ vegan/ kosher by Karen .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 02 Feb 2009 10:55pm I am the first to admit I don’t have much experience with chutney, and have only recently been brave enough to try it.  This Mango Papaya Chutney  - Exotic Island Blend - by Nature Isle was a great way for me to experiment with different uses and flavors. This gluten free chutney is $4.95 for a nine ounce bottle. It  is chunky, fresh, and ... Read on »
Top 10 Dumbest Fad Diets | Diet Reviews by Matt C. Patient Expert Posted Fri 20 Feb 2009 6:21am We Take a Look at the Most Popular Fad Diets of the Past 30 Years and Pick The Top 10 Dumbest Fad Diets to Ever Be Unleashed on Dieters.  The Fad Diet. Nothing exemplifies the American obsession with quick fixes more than the seemingly endless parade of fad diets cooked up by everyone from modern snake-oil salesmen, to slick Internet entrep ... Read on »
A Book Review & Recipe: "Change Anything" with Sunny Carrot Hummus by DebinHawaii Posted Wed 01 Jun 2011 4:28am If you are like most of the general population you find sticking to and achieving goals and changing behaviors difficult. " Change Anything: The New Science of Personal Success " by Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, David Maxfield, Ron McMillan, and Al Switzer sets out to give anyone the tools to change the areas they are stuck in--from enhanci ... Read on »
Pinto Bean Enchiladas with Tofu Sour Cream and a Cookbook Review of Vegan Family Meals by DebinHawaii Posted Fri 08 Jul 2011 2:32am Look at these babies... aren't they just a plate full of goodness?!? These wonderful Pinto Bean Enchiladas with Tofu Sour Cream are meat-free and dairy-free, but one thing they are definitely not free of is FLAVOR. These enchiladas are spicy, slightly smoky, complex and totally satisfying. They are from Vegan Family Meals: Real Food for Every ... Read on »
Leek and Potato Soup (Potage Parmentier): A Classic Soup and a Book Review of The Kitchen Counter Cooking School by DebinHawaii Posted Sat 19 Nov 2011 6:20pm Back from Paris and her Le Cordon Bleu training, Kathleen Flinn impulsively follows a woman and her daughter around the grocery store watching as their cart is loaded up with processed food. An impromptu cooking and shopping lesson followed, and an idea was born to teach a group of volunteers who have little skill and comfort in the kitchen ... Read on »
Cookbook Review: Raghavan Iyer - 660 Curries by Meeta K. Posted Thu 14 May 2009 4:32pm Indian was my first love - when it comes to foreign cuisines - for a German girl, Indian food was as exotic as it gets. Yes, I've had my share of pasta and of Spanish and Austrian cooking, but when I started to cook seriously - and was a teenage and later twen vegetarian - I fell deeply in love with Indian food. Head over heels, to be honest. I ... Read on »
I Love Chopsticks: Annie Chun’s Second Review by AnAppleADay Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:14pm 1 Comment Don’t forget to enter my Tilvee Giveaway! Anja from FortunePublicRelations sent me wonderful products of Annic Chun’s to try. Isn’t the chopstick adorable? I love eating with chopsticks so I was smiling so much when I saw this included in the package. Thank you, Anja! Udon Soup Bowl was very light and tasty. I did not add the WHO ... Read on »
Product Review: Stirs the Soul Chocolate by Rachael H. Posted Fri 10 Feb 2012 9:30am A girl always loves her chocolate, right? I know I do! A couple weeks ago, I received a package in the mail from Stirs the Soul, a raw chocolate company who uses sustainably grown, fairly traded, and dairy free chocolate to make their products. After trying Fearless Chocolate a while back, I was excited to give this raw chocolate a try! Upo ... Read on »