My attendance at the Blog Brûlée is partially funded by Sponsors of the Blog Brûlée, and I received a discounted registration to the event in exchange for writing this post. Opinions expressed are my own. I was not compensated for my time. In just a few short days, I will be heading to Vermont to attend the first inaugural Blog Brûlée. Here is the official description: Blog Brûlée is an invitation-only, exciting, experiential weekend in the mountains of Vermont the weekend of September 12 – 14, shared among a small, intimate number of healthy food bloggers and Registered Dietitian bloggers. The event is designed to provide education and professional development opportunities, as well as a forum for discussion and relationship building surrounding topics such as blogging and social … [Continue reading…]
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This month’s Recipe Redux theme is all about spirits. Adding liquors, spirits, beer and wine in recipes can have a dramatic impact on the flavor. I often add white wine when making pasta sauces, and have even added red wine to chili on occasion. But I’ve never done much experimenting on my own when it […][Continue reading…]
I am a consultant to various food and beverage companies though all thoughts and opinions are my own. It seems like every day the media reports on a new study about sugar, high fructose corn syrup or a new proposed policy restricting the consumption of caloric sweeteners. Are these policies based on credible science? Or are […][Continue reading…]