JAN
26

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From Snow Balls to Ice Cream Balls on Amy’s Table today!

The Dollop Book of Frosting author and Cupcake Wars winner Heather Saffer sweet-talked us

Butter Baked Goods author Rosie Daykin shared Nostalgic Recipes from a Little Neighborhood Bakery

Kyra Bussanich gave sweet tips and recipes for a Gluten-Free lifestyle

Susan Reid from King Arthur’s Flour, talked about everyone’s favorite dessert – COOKIES

Schmooze & Slurp your way through the BEST Chicken Soups in Cincinnati AND support the Community by Feeding the Hungry at the 10th Annual CHICKEN SOUP COOKOFF TODAY
Sunday January 26th 12:15pm Wise Temple on Ridge Road.
Sample more than 25 savory Soups from your favorite local Eateries, yummy Marx bagels, souper Silent Auction items and Door prizes, LIVE Music, and NEW Family fun this year, the JCC “Kids’ Coop” with Chick-friendly activities & entertainment – all while you help feed the hungry, house the homeless and help the community.

I shared my Inspired Idea recipe for Ice Cream Balls

JAN
19

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Dr. Katherine Kelly gave insight on SOUL HEALTH

Steve Olsher, America’s Reinvention Expert, shared tips from his book WHAT IS YOUR WHAT?

Breaking the Mold and Leading the Way for Women withReshma Saujani

Jessica Cassity talked about her book, Better Each Day: 365 Expert Tips for a Healthier, Happier You

Schmooze & Slurp your way through the BEST Chicken Soups in Cincinnati AND support the Community by Feeding the Hungry at the 10th Annual CHICKEN SOUP COOKOFF
Sunday January 26th 12:15pm Wise Temple on Ridge Road.
Sample more than 25 savory Soups from your favorite local Eateries, yummy Marx bagels, souper Silent Auction items and Door prizes, LIVE Music, and NEW Family fun this year, the JCC “Kids’ Coop” with Chick-friendly activities & entertainment – all while you help feed the hungry, house the homeless and help the community.

I shared my Inspired Idea – Attitude Adjustment 101

JAN
12

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Annie and Dan Shannon talked about turning classic Betty Crocker recipes into vegan meals from their cookbook Betty Goes Vegan

Anne Byrn, the Cake Mix Doctor, shared tips for avoiding the pitfalls of gluten-free cooking

Darya Pino Rose gave us tips on how to use  food and science to lose weight without dieting

Jo Robinson shared some surprising facts about the foods we eat from Eating on the Wild Side 

I shared my Inspired Idea – take the Diet quiz today!

JAN
10

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t seems like everywhere I look  Moscow Mules are on the menu.   And no wonder. A Moscow Mule is light and refreshing-  and easy to make at home.

The name leads you to believe there’s a “kick” but it’s actually a little tamer than that. The Moscow Mule hails back to the 1940′s when vodka was becoming popular in the US.  We were a country of gin drinkers so the name “Moscow Mule” is because the drink contained the Russian spirit.

Apparently Smirnoff gave out promotional copper cups for bartenders to serve the drink to their patrons.  The cup was cold and refreshing and gave the drink a beautiful glow.  Many people still serve the Moscow Mule in a copper cup,  but I have to say I don’t like drinking from a copper cup at all and will be making mine in glass from now on.

For my recipe, click here

Cheers!