An apple a day

Hello Foodies. Happy Monday. Been working hard to other parts of the Brand aka TV gig and finishing up the cookbook, so do pardon my absence. I have loads of food tips and yummies to share. keep checking back. In the meantime. Eat fruits as often as you can. It’s good for you.

official entry: March 5, 2012

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Comfort Food

Hello foodies: I had the very lovely pleasure of experiencing the flu last week and I had to find ways to get better, that complemented the theraflu’s and the Sudafed’s and loads of rest. Soup, Soups and more Soups. It’s flu season and even in Hot ol Florida it’s a lovely 46 degrees today. So here are my flu remedies. Soup up, eat loads of protein, Vitamin C/fresh squeezed orange juice, warm water with honey and lemon often and STAY AWAY from the ice creams and cold drinks. Give your immune system a boost. Happy Knock down that FLU SEASON. Recipes for these in my first cook book coming this spring.! Happy marvelous Monday

official entry: February 13, 2012

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Wine anyone?

Happy Friday Foodies. It’s Friday, chill out day. Let’s talk wines. I have a new favorite. It’s Three Wishes Cabernet Sauvignon. You can get it a Whole Foods. It’s surprisingly GOOD. What’s your favorite wine?

official entry: February 3, 2012

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Finger Food: aka FUFU

Hello Foodies. Happy Wednesday. So let’s get real “AFRICAN” There is something to be said about eating with your hands that certainly makes the food so much more tastier. Most people just call it FUFU. But the fact is Fufu is different from Amala, is different from Eba is different from pounded yam. In America that would be your pseudo mashed potatoes and all taste so much better when you eat with your hands. The best part is the vegetable sauce you pair it off with. Fish sauce, spinach sauce, beef sauce. So can I encourage you to get “AFRICAN’ this week and add some FUFU diet to your life.

official entry: February 1, 2012

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Fruits = New cells

Happy Monday foodies. Sometimes being FRUITY is a good thing. Thanks to my mother, fruits have always been a part of my life. As long as I am cooking at home, I almost always have a serving of fruit with ever meal. In smoothie form or raw form. I encourage you to add a serving to at least one of your meals per day. And TO SAVE MONEY, buy your fruits at your local farmers market or the food section of your local flea market. E.g a box of strawberries in the store is $3.99 at the flea or farmers market it’s $1.50 I KNOW.


official entry: January 30, 2012

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Sugar Rush

Happy Friday Foodies. How sweet can you get? Let’s have some sugar talk. I am yet to find ONE SINGLE person who doesn’t like ANY kind of sweet something. How do you pick your sweeteners? Moving to healthier eating habits can be tough on your mind, but it is doable. May I suggest Cane Sugar or Agave Nectar instead of White Sugar as often as possible. Cane Sugar and Agave are more organic forms of sweeteners. I still use white sugar for baking. I am slowing moving over to cane sugar. Care to Join me?


<em>official entry: January 27, 2012</em>

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