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Expert Interview Series: Annmarie Licatese of The Fit Foodie Mama on Fitness and Healthy Eating

Healthy eating

Annmarie Licatese is a DVRT Master Instructor and creator of The Fit Foodie Mama, a leading functional fitness and allergy-friendly food blog for athletes and busy moms. We checked in with Annmarie to hear her tips on workouts, gluten-free recipes, and eating healthier every day. What inspired you to start The Fit Foodie Mama? To be honest, I was stuck ... Read More »

4 Tips for Throwing a “Perfect 10” Olympics Party

Game day food

Are you gearing up to watch Michael Phelps build on his legacy as the most decorated Olympian in the history of the world? Perhaps you can’t wait to watch dynamo Simone Biles lead the women’s gymnastics team to victory? From boxing and beach volleyball to tennis and trampoline (yes, that’s a thing!), the Olympics offer an eagerly-awaited opportunity to witness ... Read More »

Expert Interview Series: Mary Helen Leonard of Mary Makes Good On Embracing a Natural Lifestyle

Natural lifestyle

Author, blogger, and kinda-crunchy mama Mary Helen Leonard is a do-it-yourself expert at Mary Makes Good, a creative living blog featuring whole food recipes, natural skin care tutorials, and simple craft projects. We recently spoke with Mary Helen about motherhood, natural living, and whole food cooking. It’s readily apparent that you’re committed to a natural lifestyle. Why did you choose ... Read More »

Expert Interview Series: Holly Clegg author of trim&TERRIFIC Cookbook Series With Advice for Eating Healthy

Healthy eating

With over 1 million cookbooks sold, national best-selling cookbook author Holly Clegg has become a culinary expert on easy, healthy and practical recipes through her nationally recognized best-selling trim&TERRIFICĀ® and Eating Well cookbook series. Clegg has appeared on Fox & Friends, NBC Weekend Today, QVC, The 700 Club, USA Today, Web MD and on Walmart healthy cooking videos. Here she ... Read More »

Expert Interview Series: Alison Bermack of Cooking with Friends on How Food Inspires Camaraderie

Alison Javens Bermack, creator of the Cooking with Friends brand and website, is a writer, professor and market research consultant. She recently checked in to talk about how cooking encourages community and camaraderie. Here’s what she had to say: How did you become so passionate about food? Who inspired your love of cooking? I grew up in a family that ... Read More »

Thought Leader Series: Green Chile and the Whole Enchilada? New Mexico’s Unique Flavor

Chile

Lorena Brockman is a blogger for JennsBlahBlahBlog.com and has notable know-how in blogging, food, cooking, and has been deemed “Greatest Auntie Ever” by many. To learn more about Lorena, visit her company’s blog at JennsBlahBlahBlog.com. The Southwest is full of rich culture. There are so many different kinds of people; the mixture of cultures presents itself in a delicious diversity ... Read More »

Iconic American Eats: A Round-Up

Iconic American eats

While the United States boasts a “melting pot” heritage comprising a magnificent mix of influences, a few foods have managed to eke out rare, American icon status. It’s not surprising that many of these offerings are popular during the summer, when people all over the country partake in a particularly American pastime: getting outside and grilling. In honor of the ... Read More »

The Verdict Is In: Millennials Love Food!

Millennials love food

Millennials, Millennials, Millennials. Are you tired of hearing about them yet? This generation of more than 75 million people recently overtook the Baby Boomers as the largest-ever generation, and is expected to have a profound impact on society due to the collectively unique world view of its members. The food industry is far from exempt when it comes to the ... Read More »