Cookies, brownies, chocolate – and finding your natural strengths! A whole lot of good things happening on Amy’s Table today!

Experience a whole world of chocolate with acclaimed chocolatier Fritz Knipschildt Angel Beets is a believer in maximizing talents and has helped individuals and teams identify and utilize their own personal strengths with the GallupStrengths assessment for nearly ten years. She is a Talent Advisor with Gilman Partners, a Cincinnati-based executive recruiting firm and talent advisory. Today she’s sharing insights into maximizing your own personal strengths. ... Read More »

Better everyday- from baking, to picture taking- learn how to improve your skills here!

Dorie Greenspan wrote the book on baking.  In fact she’s written many! Check out the awesome tips and tricks she shared. Ready, set, bake! Here are the favorite cookie recipes from the Chicago Tribune! Here’s the technique everybody’s talking about: Sous Vide. Learn how to cook this way at home. Smile! Scott Mowbray explains how to take Unforgettable Photographs Read More »

Holiday Hints on Amy’s Table

Shea Vaughn, Vince Vaughn’s mom, explains how yoga has changed her life. Chef Mark Allison explains how to make Fast Food Good Food. Laurie Puhn tells how to flight less, love more this holiday season WOW Windowboxes’ Sean Davis shares tips for great curb appeal! Read More »

Food, glorious food on Amy’s Table today!

Dr Joel Furhman shares healthy eating strategies for diabetics. Annie Bell celebrates Soup! Glorious Soup! Chef Mark Allison gives us a peek into how ThreeBoys and a Chef celebrate with healthy food. Alex Hitz tempts with a classic caramel cake.   Read More »

Three boys and a Chef on Amy’s Table

Chef Mark Allison is the author of Three Boys and a Chef and he’s sharing great ideas for getting (just a little bit) healthier, one family meal a time. Mark discusses how to make all food Healthy Food Think your schedule makes you a slave to fast food? Mark debunks the myth and share how to make Fast Good Food ... Read More »

Chicken Tortilla Soup

Here’s the recipe for Fritsch’s favorite soup recipe, which just happens to be my recipe for Chicken Tortilla Soup! Chicken Tortilla Soup can be made a day ahead; refrigerate until ready to serve. Tortilla strips are best made just before serving. I like to bake my own tortilla chips. They taste terrific and I tend to eat fewer than when ... Read More »

Cream of Tomato Soup

Here’s what I dished up on Jeff and Jenn this morning. Cream of Tomato Soup Serves 4 8 tablespoons butter 1 small onion , finely diced 7 tablespoons flour 4 cups milk, warmed (with 2 bay leaves and 2 cloves garlic, crushed, not chopped) 1 14.5 ounce can diced tomatoes with liquid, pureed in a blender 2 teaspoons sugar or ... Read More »

How to win at the parenting game

If you have teenager, Dr Gregory Jantz says you know The Stranger in Your House. Learn how going from child to adult is like a reptile shedding its skin. Dr. Michele Borba, parenting expert and author of Unselfie: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed in Our All-About-Me World shares how to raise great kids. Learn how to debt-proof your kids with tips ... Read More »