Amy’s Table

From one word to many, to a whole new look at virtual reality right here in Cincinnati, there’s a lot to talk about today on Amy’s Table!

Dan Britton talks about the power of One Word. I choose mine every new year! JC Barnes talks about the fascinating research he’s doing at UC. Joy of Cooking’s next generation! John Becker and Megan Scott talk about updating a classic! I love when Audrey Bullar joins me on the show! I read at least one book from every list, …

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Doing what we love, with love, this morning on Amy’s Table

Psychotherapist Julie Lingler explains how to disagree in an agreeable manner Irish Chef Gemma Stafford encourages us to leap in for Bigger Bolder Baking Dietician Marlene Koch shares tricks to actually Eat What You Love Everyday Stanford University psychologist Kelly McGonigal says willpower is a mind-body response -and not a virtue!

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Pay no attention to the weather man! Great ideas for cozy autumn comfort on Amy’s Table today!

Master Bookseller Audrey Bullar shares a great fall reading list with a girlie twist. Feeling worn down by the daily grind? Motivational pro Jon Gordon shares 7 way to rethink it. Who’s ready for comfort food? Molly Stevens discusses the techniques you need to know to create perfect roasts. Halloween’s just around the corner so Dan DeFigio’s handing out tricks …

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Stirring the pot (of soup) on Amy’s Table today

Annie Bell is a food writer and cookbook author and and she recently published Soup Glorious Soup. She says she’s always working toward paring down the both the number of ingredients and the steps involved in a recipe, not out of laziness, but because it makes the food itself that much more alluring. Laurie David wants to help America’s overwhelmed …

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All the rules you’ll want to follow on Amy’s Table today.

From the  very best parties, to the very best relationships, to the very best windowboxes to simply being a good kind human, today we’re talking with the experts about which rules we should always follow. If you haven’t already, please subscribe, rate and review the Amy’s Table Podcast. Thank you! What entertaining rules does the man the Wall Street Journal …

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Little steps add up to remarkable changes.

Let organizer extraordinaire Lisa Woodruff bring calm to your clutter Grandmother, mother and daughter came together to create Muy Bueno: Three generations of authentic Mexican flavor. Give your veggies authentic Italian flavor with tips from Michelle Scicolone Eating on the Wild Side? Learn the missing links for optimal health with Jo Robinson

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