Amy’s Table

Summer’s here and I’ve got you covered with tips on everything from gardening to grilling!

Listen to Backyard Parables from former New York Times and Martha Stewart Garden editor, Margaret Roach. Fire It Up with former president of the International Association of Culinary Professionals, Learn about Kentucky’s rich culinary heritage and whip up a recipe from Maggie Green’s Kentucky Cookbook Suffering Succotash! Stephanie Lucianovic solves the mystery of why we hate the foods we do.

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Eating our way through Italy this week

Check out this recipe for Ricotta Stuffed Zucchini Blossoms from Elizabeth Minchilli. Michelle Scicolone explores Italian Vegetables. Elizabeth Minchilli invites us all to her Italian Table. Eat Italy?Jeff Michaud did! Anna Boiardi tells what it’s like to be part of the Chef Boy ar dee family

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How, when, what and why on Amy’s Table

Janet Fletcher shares stories of sustainability from her latest book, Wine Country Table: With Recipes that Celebrate California’s Sustainable Harvest In his latest book, What to Eat When, NY Times best-selling author Dr. Michael Roizen reveals how the food choices you make each day–and when you make them–can affect your health, your energy, your sex life, your waistline, your attitude, …

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Loving -and leaving- on Amy’s Table today

Abby Rodman talks about midlife divorce and her book Without this Ring Jurate Rubikeon of Green Turtle Nutrition shares insights, suggestions and plenty of food for thought Dr Scott Haltzman says we all need different husband for each stage of our life

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Hidden, Southern and middle (of the day) America on Amy’s Table

Jill Weisenberger says weight loss is about skill- not willpower Who are the people that really make our country work? Jean Marie Laskas reveals them in her book, Hidden America  Rebecca Lang entices us with an Ode to Bacon Drippings before she gathers us all around the Southern Table.: When it comes to home cooking, lunch has a tendency to …

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Money, happiness and curb appeal! Fresh ideas on Amy’s Table today.

Mary Hunt shared  a wealth of knowledge and her 7 Money Rules for Life Dr Andrew Weil talked about finding Spontaneous Happiness Caroline Wright gives tips for preparing quick and easy meals that are under $20 and 20 minutes to prepare will warm even the most harried-week night heart. Sean Davis dishes up the secrets for curb appeal with WOW …

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Keep your cash! Money tips and apps

There are lots of great financial apps that help you to make the most of your money. Acorns, Stash,  and Robinhood all let you invest in low cost ways but I think one  of the best overall financial apps is  Every Dollar, which includes tips for budgeting and debt reduction. The  Every Dollar Debt Snowball is a powerful tool. The debt snowball …

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Have a (healthy) heart!

Cardiovascular disease is America’s No.1 killer, causing more deaths each year than cancer, diabetes and accidents, combined.And while there’s a myth that heart disease affects mostly men, today it is the leading cause of death in women, killing one in three. With Valentine’s Day approaching, thoughts automatically turn to matters of the heart.How can you make sure yours will keep …

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