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Sinking and Winning

Have you ever had one of those years that felt like quick sand? You make plans, big ideas, great support but then… sink. Try again, sink. That’s the way 2014 felt for me, personally and in my business. When your business is your personal and…

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Yuck! Brussels Sprouts!

Do you know someone who hates Brussels sprouts? I know, me too! (Well, I know a guy, but I personally love them). Last night I prepared dinner for my hosts at Parmers Resort using the produce they received this week from a Co-op. The owner…

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Retraction: I was wrong about the Robert Irvine Show

I hate being wrong, don’t you? I will start with the good parts of the Robert Irvine Live Show, because I do appreciate being given the media comp tickets from TPAC. I don’t take those gestures for granted and want to be a serious media…

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Nashville Women Entrepreneur: Meet Trish

Tausha Ann Photography: Nashville Women Entrepenuers / Meet Trish http://wp.me/p5yfHO-Wx Trish is sassy and I like it! She is a mom, military wife and wants to encourage healthy eating for families (well let’s be honest… healthy eating for all people,) Trish works for corporations, non profits…

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Ag Day

Today is National Agriculture Day! The weather in Middle Tennessee is right on track to make the change to Spring this weekend and now is the time to buy a CSA (community supported agriculture) subscription. I am often asked what are the best farms to…

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Another Game Day Nutrition Session!

How did you spend your Sunday? The weather is FINALLY turning corner, we think, here in Nashville so many people were washing their salt crusted vehicles. In a sunlit kitchen in Berry Hill, Dr. Leon Scott and I recorded a series of videos for young…

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Chef Robert Irvine Takes Stage in Nashville

Last month I received a fun announcement from TPAC (Tennessee Performing Arts Center) about one of my favorite things- food entertainment! And not just another food and beer event in a trendy part of Nashville but something entertaining- lights, laughter and excitement. Let’s not forget…

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New Dietary Guidelines Proposed

Since 1980 the Department of Health and Human Services along with the United States Department of Agriculture has published the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Every five years a committee gathers to review new research and data along with the current health status of the nation…

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Healthy Dinners Made Easy

Recently I saw this post from The Honest Toddler, “You know what’s fun? Making dinner for people crying for dinner”. Equally funny in a home with little ones or maybe just your inner hangry person. Food in it’s whole food form is often not easy…

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Frozen Hoop Houses

While metro Nashville and surrounding counties rushed the grocery for bread and milk, farmers in our area prepared for the worst in their own way. Farms are often on property without pipe insulation or as Hippo Hollow expressed “infrastructure” for extreme weather events causing concern…

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