A fantastic fusion inspired dish is always a great option when you’re trying to use up some leftovers. So here’s to taking fusion to a completely new level. South of France, fresh fusion inspired (AKA utilizing leftovers) duck nachos. First crispy tortilla chips were layered with fresh wilted greens, lightly sautéed with some blood orange…
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Join me in Crete next month! Along with experts from around the globe, we will discuss The valuable food lessons of the Mediterranean-and eat some scrumptious fare-along with a little vino! Read all about it here! Field to Plate in Boston News!
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If you missed Dr. Mike’s hour long tremendously informative, and wide-ranging segment on the internationally syndicated radio talk show, The X Zone (22 countries, 180 million people!), you can catch the link here! Dr. Mike on The X Zone
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If you can’t get the bird to the tree, bring the pear tree (at least the fruit) to the bird! An oven roasted partridge stuffed with herb, citrus and spice seasoned oatmeal, pear and currants. Top it with a lovely pan sauce and serve along crispy French red potatoes and sautéed rainbow Swiss chard. This can…
We have to get beyond counting calories. We can not quantify our way to good health (or delicious food!). In this article featured on examiner.com I tackle the proposed nutrition label changes. A Calorie By Any Other Name
Join me tomorrow at 11:30 Eastern on Lifestyles Talk Radio. I will be a guest on The Frankie Boyer Show, which covers business, general topics and health Check your local listings for this nationally syndicated program or use the web link here: Lifestyles Talk Radio
Scrumptious need not be complicated. A simple Asian glaze and grilled, tender hanger steak. Some simple sautéed veg and creamy Japanese sweet potatoes with a gentle bite of wasabi; restrained and elegant. Concerned about all the red meat hullaballoo? Read here: What’s Your Beef? or here AHA Guidelines or here AHA Guidelines part B…you get the idea!
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