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Month: November 2015

5 tips for having fun in the kitchen this holiday season

5 tips for having fun in the kitchen this holiday season

DID YOU KNOW that one of the easiest ways to eat healthy is to cook at home? And when you cook at home you can typically make better choices about what and how much to eat and drink. It can also be fun and a way for you to…
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‘Tis the season for giving, including healthy food for all

LEANNE BROWN has lots of ideas about how to eat well AND cheap this holiday season, which she shared with PBS Newshour this week. Along with “3 holiday recipes you can make under $4 per serving,” Leanne…
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Event brings the issue of pill addiction to light

RECOVERY COACH, founder of Silverbell Coaching and former guest, Natasha Silver Bell, appeared on Fox 5 NY this week to discuss the prescription pill epidemic and the new documentary, “Out of Reach.” Silver…
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Dorothy Kalins and Michael Anthony have some veggie recipes for Thanksgiving

JUST IN TIME for the holidays, Dorothy Kalins and Gramercy Tavern Chef Executive Chef Michael Anthony are out with a new cookbook. V Is for Vegetables has lots of recipes for your Thanksgiving menu, including “Warm Red Cabbage…
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Danielle Saunders

Danielle Saunders

Danielle Saunders' love of cooking began at the tender age of 5 when she started helping her family prepare Sunday dinner. She's still going strong. So strong in fact, that in 2011 she wowed the judges at the Food Network, becoming the first female African-American winner of its hit TV show Chopped. She also walked off with top honors on Chopped Champions. She's studied with the best and her client list has grown along with her culinary career - Danielle was Sean Combs' personal chef and has also cooked for Oprah, Tom Hanks and Mary J. Blige. This is a conversation sure to whet your appetite.
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