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Food Truck Scene -- Orlando, Florida by Nancy W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health Orlando Food Trucks, like the rest of the food trucks in America, are offering some crazy combinations on their menus.  It is not uncommon to find Wasabi flavored ice cream ... Read on »
Foodie Feast at Finesse in Lake Mary by Nancy W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health What happens when a few foodies get an invite to experience a local restaurant’s unveiling of their new menu?  Food Paparazzi fever! Alex Brugger and Autumn McCoy, and ... Read on »
Todd English' Ça Va Brasserie more than "OK" by Nancy W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health Ça Va. a French term meaning "OK" or literally "that goes" could not be further from my recent experience at Todd English's swanky French Brasserie... it was more than OK. ... Read on »
2012 Foodie Trends by Nancy W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health I like to look to 2011 to help predict 2012 food trends!  The good thing about predicting food trends is that no one can disprove what is predicted, at least until December ... Read on »
Happy Christmas... loving time with those who you love by Nancy W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health Christmas is here again.  It seems like yesterday that this (dare I use this cliché) quintessential holiday was just celebrated.  I sit here the eve before Christmas, lookin ... Read on »
RanGetsu… the ultimate Japanese dining experience in Orlando by Nancy W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health RanGetsu means Orchid Moon in Japanese.  It was the intent of the original owner, Mr. Masanori Konaka who opened the first restaurant in Tokyo in 1947 to allow his customers ... Read on »
Mollydooker 2009 Blue Eyed Boy by Nancy W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health Blue Eyed Boy, 2009 seems by all accounts to be one of the winemaker, Sparky Marquis’ best Shiraz’ I have ever tasted.  Seventy-five percent of the fruit came from their own ... Read on »
Decent fare at the Swan and Dolphin Food and Wine Classic by Nancy W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health Like most of you I suppose, when attending an event that has food and wine as part of the title, I am a bit more flexible in what to expect.  The only thing I did expect was ... Read on »
Orlandoan Producing The Best Rieslings In Germany…and America by Nancy W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health A couple of years ago, I was introduced to Mark Wallraff.  Mark owns Mosella Wines.  Some of you might have tasted his wines at Flemings or if you frequented The Wine Room o ... Read on »
Does The World Really Need Squeezable Bacon? by Nancy W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health I can officially one-up Jon Stewart. Just when I thought I found the ultimate stomach-churning food product invention with Baconnaise my husband sends me a "post suggestion" ... Read on »
There Is No Such Thing As Too Many "Kids" In The Kitchen by Nancy W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health My kids have had half-days of school all week, which might help to explain my lack of blogging. With more free time this week we’ve been able to explore a cookbook my daug ... Read on »
A Super Healthy Cookie That Even The Cookie Monster Could Not Resist by Nancy W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health We're quickly approaching the weekend and I just discovered that our cookie jar is empty with the exception of a few cast-off crumbs. There has been an oatmeal cookie recipe ... Read on »
Swimming Through The Confusion About The Safest Fish To Eat by Nancy W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health While I am well aware that fish, especially fish rich in omega-3’s are extremely good for our hearts and brains I must confess that I find myself steering clear from it these ... Read on »
While strolling with my daug ... by Nancy W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health While strolling with my daughter through the produce aisle of my local grocery store late last week, my daughter stopped to admire a display of foiled packages featuring s ... Read on »
Every Step Counts by Nancy W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health Now that the weather is improving and the sweet smell of Spring is finally in the air this might be the right time to put on our sneakers and take a nice long walk with our f ... Read on »
School Recess Is An Important Part Of Our Children's Academic Success by Nancy W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health I don’t know what the situation in your community is, but where I live school recess for the K-5th grade crowd seems to be shrinking by the minute quickly becoming an artifac ... Read on »
A Delicious And Easy Way To Serve Up Five-A-Day by Nancy W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health Here is a great way to tastefully sneak in most of your family's recommended five vegetable servings a day and get an easy and healthy dinner on the table in no time. I ... Read on »
A World Where Baconnaise and Pancake & Sausage On A Stick Are Allowed To Exist by Nancy W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health After our children have been kissed goodnight and are tucked safe and sound in their beds my husband and I have a nightly appointment with The Daily Show followed by The Col ... Read on »
Moms Lending A Hand With Healthy Kid-Pleasing Meal Ideas by Nancy W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health I’m sure many of you have already beat me to the finish (its been know to happen and OFTEN), but for those of you like me who might of arrived a little late to the race I tho ... Read on »
A Bounty Of Brain Power Can Be Found In This Little Berry by Nancy W. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Children's Health We’re heard it before ( even right here ) that it is vital for our kids to start their day with a healthy whole grain and protein-rich breakfast in order to kick-start their ... Read on »