I recently had the pleasure of a consultation with Gelson’s Staff Dietitian, Jessica Siegel, MPH, RD. For those of you who are shoppers at Gelson’s you might recognize her recipes in the Deli Counter like her delicious Kale Salad or you may follow her online to see shopping suggestions
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As we look at another year of torture to improve strength, conditioning, body weight and muscle mass–and the idea of another session filled with dumbbells, medicine balls, thick ropes, sandbags, sledgehammers, sprints, intervals and more brings on an impending sense of doom and failure…fear not.
With the holiday season coming to an end, many of us are gearing for the New Year. What are we looking forward to and what do we wish to leave behind us? What do we resolve to change and what are we hoping will stay exactly as is? Are we going to revert to the same old resolutions
Expectations were high for this impeccable ensemble cast of Jennifer Lawrence, Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper and Jeremy Renner, and none of them fail. This entertaining comedy takes a 70′s political scandal and gives it romping life in the irrisistable hands of director/writer David O. Russell.
According to NBC.com, “Retail gift cards are extremely convenient: You never give the wrong size or color because the recipient buys whatever he or she wants,” and Modern Manners expert, William Norwich, agrees, “In theory, a gift card is just as acceptable as something wrapped under the tree as long as
The hottest item for winter is the Puffer Vest, and many stores such as Neiman Marcus, Saks and Nordstrom are selling out of these items almost as soon as they put them up for sale or pre-sale. The upside: finally you can stay warm with down, and still have some figure flattering style.Â
Forget about lumps, this is a no fail gravy taught to me by a chef from the Four Seasons Hotel in NYC. He cooked his gravy right in the pan that he had roasted his turkey in, but you can make this in a pot too. The bay leaves and the fresh thyme add a depth of flavor, but it’s the cooking of the roux until it’s toasty that makes this brilliant.
This soup is fantastic. And seriously the hardest thing about it is peeling and cutting the butternut squash–buy that already cubed and you’re almost done. The original recipe called for garam masala spice, but as I didn’t have it on hand, I opted for massaman curry paste. Massaman curry was picked as #1 in CNN’s 50 Best Foods of the World.
The latest trend in chocolate has been to infuse a little heat, so why not do that with a favorite cocktail–the martini? This decadent Holiday drink ups the luxe level with Godiva liqueur and whipped cream. Perfect for any gathering with friends and family this time of year, they’ll get a nice, little kiss on the lips
A mold?! I know. But I have been looking for this recipe for years and finally came across it. I went to a few holiday parties in the neighborhood I grew up in back in the day, and they used to serve this delicious dip. I asked my friend for the recipe, but he always said it was a family secret. Well, the secret is out and I’m sharing.