October 25, 2019

Perhaps I'm just feeling particularly deep, but I'm struck by how a common theme runs through the messages of all of this week's guests. Therapist Julie Lingler encourages taking control of a heated exchange (note I didn't say argument!) to get the outcomes you and you...

October 5, 2019

Special thanks to Rebecca Katz, author of The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen, for the following information and recipe.

1 71/2-ounce can boneless, skinless, sockeye salmon, drained

3 teaspoons Dijon mustard

2 teaspoons freshly squeezed lemon juice

2 teaspoons extra-virginolive oi...

October 5, 2019

Talking about good, clean soups with Rebecca Katz

Deepa Thomas shares her secrets to healthy, flavorful, "New Indian" food.

Just Fix It and Forget It with slow cooker tips from Phyllis Good

Dr Jessica Wu says you should Feed Your Face (with good stuff!)

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Sweater weather

With the advent of sweater weather, parties are moving back inside.


A Soup Party just feels good in early fall. It forgoes all formality, is easy to pull off and encourages relaxed and comfortable mingling.  It’s a stop in, come when you can, we promise to feed you kind of party. If you’re looking for a reason to host one, think of a big kitchen soup party for almost any of your upcoming entertaining needs. Welcoming a new neighbor? Check! Your turn to host book club? Check! Been too long since you’ve invited your co-workers? Check! You get the idea. Conversely, if you’re thinking all of the reasons not to, sorry but I can’t help you. You don’t need to be a great cook or set a formal table- this is entertaining at its easiest!

Check out some of these favorite soup recipes for fall.

 

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