Food & Nutrition
Atlanta’s Top Chef Richard Blais Talks about his new show Cook Your Ass Off

Atlanta’s Top Chef Richard Blais Talks about his new show Cook Your Ass Off

    When you've opened several restaurants, braved the reality TV circuit (and survived), written a book and are raising a family, you're bound to know a thing or two about balancing your time. And if you're Chef Richard Blais, you take everything in stride. "I'm still trying to figure… Read more...
Making a Difference in the Childhood Obesity Epidemic

Making a Difference in the Childhood Obesity Epidemic

Childhood obesity rates have been climbing for the past 30 years, and by 2010, more than one-third of children and adolescents were overweight or obese in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control. Because of this rise in obesity rates, many experts are predicting that this may be… Read more...
Get Involved With Atlanta Community Gardens

Get Involved With Atlanta Community Gardens

It's amazing to see that one green space in the middle of the city can do so much good for the people that tend to it. The benefits of a community garden are endless. Whether they are used to grow flowers, plants or produce, this type of garden is a… Read more...

Making Healthy Food Choices for Your Future

Which would you rather spend your money on—food or doctors’ bills? According to the U.S Bureau of Labor and Statistics, combined spending on health care and food totaled 29.4% of the national income in 1960 -- 24.3% spent on food and 5.1% spent on health care. In 2010, the combined… Read more...
Food Expert Alton Brown Talks About Weight Loss and his Four-List Method

Food Expert Alton Brown Talks About Weight Loss and his Four-List Method

He may have wrapped up his 13-year run on Food Network’s Good Eats last fall with the 2011 James Beard Award as the cherry on top, but Alton Brown is the busiest he’s been in years. Between shooting Food Network Star, the Next Iron Chef and other Food Network shows—not… Read more...
Best Bites: March 2012

Best Bites: March 2012

Take advantage of broccoli season (which traditionally runs from October through April) by adding this highly nutritious vegetable to any dish. In this salad, broccoli adds a bit of color and a whole lot of flavor that offsets the bland pasta and tart tomato. This fun dish is great for… Read more...
Best Bites: February 2012

Best Bites: February 2012

 This sweet, yet slightly tangy dish is a fun and unique way to prepare chicken. With easy to find ingredients and a short prep and cook time, you can get this meal on your table in about 20 minutes. For those days when you don’t have a lot of time… Read more...
Best Bites: January 2012

Best Bites: January 2012

This sweet, yet slightly tangy dish is a fun and unique way to prepare chicken. With easy to find ingredients and a short prep and cook time, you can get this meal on your table in about 20 minutes. For those days when you don’t have a lot of time… Read more...
Best Bites: November 2011

Best Bites: November 2011

With so many upcoming holiday events, it’s easy to succumb to rich, high calorie dishes. Why not take a break from the heavier foods and serve up a light and delicious dish? This main course salad combines roasted chicken with rich nuts and tart cherries in a walnut oil-balsamic vinaigrette.… Read more...
Best Bites: October 2011

Best Bites: October 2011

Fusilli Pasta with Roasted Tomatoes and Zucchini  What better way to enjoy fall than with this tasty pasta dish? The roasted tomato, basil, zucchini and yellow squash not only add an element of color but are also good for you! This dish will leave you and your family satisfied and… Read more...
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