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Nutritionist discusses Keto Diet

Nutritionist discusses Keto Diet

Celebrities love it, we'v...

Classic New Orleans dishes

Classic New Orleans dishes

If you know about New Orl...

Breaking the wellness rules

Breaking the wellness rules

Claire Olshan was a bona ...

Permission to cook normal food

Permission to cook normal food

When I make dinner, there...

Failing at roasted vegetables

Failing at roasted vegetables

Roasted vegetables sound ...

Let the nomad games begin

Let the nomad games begin

The American team that pl...

All about your multivitamin

All about your multivitamin

Taking a multivitamin can...

RE: Gourmet campfire cooking

RE: Gourmet campfire cooking

When you're planning a ca...

A superior pancake

A superior pancake

Surnoli, the delicious so...

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091818EVCmug200Erica V. Corbett is a 15 generation Florida native out of St. Augustine, our nation's oldest city. She is a graduate of the University of Florida with a B. S. degree in Chemistry and a biochemistry sub-specialization.  Erica has called Gainesville her home for 20 years and spends most of her time renovating a historic home downtown and raising her four children, including a set of twins as well as a couple of rescued Boston Terriers and a cat.  Erica is passionate about health and nutritional medicine, animal welfare, music, photography and traveling. "I have really enjoyed updating the Gainesville Lunch Out Blog Instagram page," Erica says. It's exciting how the fellow instagrammers enjoy the images we provide and the links to the GLOB restaurant reviews." Erica added.

Breaking the wellness rules

Claire Olshan was a bona fide health nut by the time she hit the bar mitzvah circuit in New York City. As the founder of Fivestory fashion boutique known for its shoe "garden" and roster of rising designers — she installed a temporary wellness space filling it with offerings like vitamin-C skin boosters and raw-coconut-oil face highlighters.

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A day at the Varsity

Whether your meal at Atlanta's the Varsity happened at lunch last week, in 1996 during the Olympics, or between classes at Georgia Tech in the 1950s, the experience probably looked—and tasted—uncannily similar.  As the Varsity crept up on its 90th birthday celebration this Saturday, August 18, this Garden & Gun writer crept behind the scenes to see what makes this landmark drive-in tick.

As reported on the GARDEN & GUN website with image gallery - READ MORE

Failing at roasted vegetables

Roasted vegetables sound so easy. "Oh, us?" they seem to say. "Just toss us in some olive oil and salt, bake us for a bit, and we're good to go. Or don't, you know, it's up to you. We're good with whatever!"  So you cut them up, arrange them in nice, orderly lines on a baking sheet, and stick them in the oven. But in my experience, that’s when the seemingly demure produce develops a mind of its own, and everything goes to Hell.

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Classic New Orleans dishes

If you know about New Orleans you obviously know about excellent cuisine. Food is of course the best possible way to explore the Big Easy's history. The TASTING TABLE's Todd Coleman presents 13 Classic New Orleans dishes you have to try like the Cafe Dumonde's beignets.

As reported on the TASTING TABLE website with cuisine gallery - EAT MORE

Permission to cook normal food

When I make dinner, there are two cooks in the kitchen. There's the cookbook-combing, magazine-flipping, David Lebovitz dot com reading dynamo who sees sweet potatoes on his counter and envisions perching twice-roasted hunks on a mint-strewn, yogurt-sauce-slathered platter, who takes a rib eye from the fridge and muses over ideal treatments—the frequent-flip, the reverse sear, the herb-butter baste. Then there's the guy who actually makes dinner.

As reported on the TASTE website - READ MORE

All about your multivitamin

Taking a multivitamin can be a smart addition to a successful morning routine — but only if you're doing it right. Many multivitamins are glaringly similar. But there are some things you should know before you peruse the supplement aisle. For instance, you may not need a multivitamin at all. Or you could be buying the wrong one for your specific needs.

As reported on the DAILY MEAL website with image gallery - LEARN MORE

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