Amy chats with author Dr. Bernard Golden about tools for breaking free from mindless anger and the suffering it brings. Uncontrolled anger can be devastating, yet many people with serious anger issues don’t know how to change their behavior.
Creative and Culinary Director Amy Tobin shares tips for a happier, healthier you along with inspired ideas for recipes and more on Amy’s Table!
Sometime all you want is a good casserole. The Casserole Queens have plenty of inspiration.
Dr. James Maas talked about the importance of, and how to get, great sleep.
Amy chats with the author of the “Italian Vegetable Cookbook”, Michelle Scicolone who shares recipes gathered during years of traveling in Italy.
Amy chats with Wini Moranville, the author of The Bonne Femme Cookbook: Simple, Splendid Food That French Women Cook Every Day.
Amy chats with the one and only Jacques Pepin. His book, Heart and Soul celebrates his 60 years in the kitchen along with his culinary history and travel experiences.
Amy chats with Mireille Guiliano, the #1 New York Times bestselling author and “high priestess of French lady wisdom”. The Art of Savoir Faire is every woman’s guide to navigating the world of work, living the good life, and savoring every minute of it.
Amy chats with Danielle Walker, blogger and author of Against All Grain and Meals Made Simple.
Amy chats with dietician and nutritionist Molly Morgan. Molly has collected 101 secrets so you can free your inner skinny chick and lose weight–without dieting! Drawing on the latest research and featuring insights from top experts and your favorite skinny celebs, The Skinny Rules shares the simple rules that every skinny girl follows, so that the rest of us can live like a skinny chick and look like one, too.
Amy chats with author Ellie Krieger about her easy-to-start, simple-to-maintain, scientifically sound, and eminently usable twelve-week program of small steps on the road to better health. Small Changes, Big Results is a game changer.
Amy Tobin fell in love with food as a young girl and began throwing her first dinner parties in high school. She’s come a long way since then, entertaining staffers from Bon Appetit and Gourmet magazines, interviewing Paula Deen, developing recipes for Gold Star Chili, writing a cookbook and creating the on-air segment “Amy’s Table” on Q102.
But her most meaningful accomplishment (besides her kids, of course), is her consulting business, Amy Tobin & Company (formerly Taramy Enterprises). “I’ve built it into something that makes me both proud and happy,” says Amy. “I love working creatively with brands on food and lifestyle projects.” You can find her at the New Riff Distillery in Northern Kentucky, where she is the Creative and Culinary Director of the Event Center
Amy’s been sharing her passion for food, entertaining and living well on Q102 since 2005. Some “living well” tips she takes to heart? Exploring Cincinnati’s beautiful parks—particularly the trails in Sharon Woods, honing her talent for fishing and spending quality time with her husband Rob, son Sean and daughter Katie, plus their two cats, Bella and Tom (“Though Tom may actually be a dog. We’re not sure.”).
Email Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org.