Amy’s Table

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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Say Cheese!

Think of cheese as falling into 5 basic types: Blue, semifirm, super-aged, pungent and mild. For the best balance of tastes and textures, serve one from each category on your cheese platter. For each type of cheese, plan on 1 ounce per person. 1. Blue cheese has intense flavor. Choose Gorgonzola, Cashel Blue, Fourme d’Ambert or Stilton 2. Semifirm has …

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Learning how to feel, think, look and eat better on Amy’s Table.

Allison Fishman is busting a myth today. You really can trust a skinny chef. In fact, you probably should! Picture this: you wake up younger next year! Dr Jen Sacheck says it’s no dream. Learn how! Think you were born without willpower? Nobody was! Dr Kelly McGonigal shares how to learn it. Chef Maggie Green shares recipes from the Bluegrass …

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Calling all homebodies!

Pucker up! Alana Chernilla shares her preserved lemon recipe from The Homemade Kitchen. Laurie David tells how to bring your family to the table. Is it time for you to pivot and relaunch your career? Wendy Sachs explains how with tips from her latest book, Fearless and Free. DIY your decor with inspiration from Maryam Montague, Marakesh Style.

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Calming, claiming and changing on Amy’s Table

In his book De-escalate: How to Calm an Angry Person in 90 Seconds or Less, Douglas E. Noll has devised a method that calm the most tense situation in less than 2 minutes. This peacemaker uses it in the prison system. Imagine how you might be able to use it in your own life! Sharon Salzberg is one of the …

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Who runs the world? WOMEN!

Suzanne Evans explains that how you do anything is how you do everything….along with hints on how to do everything better! Chief Career Happiness Officer Julie Bauke explains how to load up your career plate with a role you can feel good about. Learn strategies for Enterprising Women with Vicki Milazzo. Become an Overachiever with insights from Jenna Goudreau.

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Handmade, homemade and well-made on Amy’s Table

Alana Chernila shared ideas and inspiration from her book The Homemade Kitchen. Want to be a great cook? James Briscone tells how. Do you like big butts and you just don’t care? Learn about the South’s Best Butts from the quintessential Southern Gentleman, Matt Moore Jill Weisenberger explained Weight Loss is about skill, not Willpower.

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