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    How Not to Hate Cooking Because you Can’t Cook

    As you can tell, I talk a lot about food on my blog.  That is because the greatest influences in reversing disease in my patients are food choices.  As a strong promoter of the “food is medicine” mantra, I stress how important home cooking is for good health.  What many people don’t know is that I did not always like to…
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    5 Tips for shopping the Farmer’s Market

    I am New York City born and bred but have the spirit of a country girl living deep inside of me.  I love traveling to the south and would be as happy as a clam to live in a house on the prairie with my family.  But alas, my husband says it is not going to happen.   So I…
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    The only 3 grocery aisles to shop when going Plant-Based

    Confession: I hate grocery shopping.  That’s right, I said it.  I’ve always considered myself to be quite the domestic kind.  I love washing, sweeping, folding, sewing, hanging curtains and all that comes with keeping a home.  Though whenever it was time to cook, I found a takeout menu.  Let’s not even talk about when it was time to restock the…
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    Top 5 Tips for Date Night at the Museum

    My honey decided to surprise me on Valentine’s day with a trip to the Houston Museum of Fine Arts. I was over the moon because I had recently decided that I would start visiting one museum per month. It was as if he read my mind. So I got ready and made sure to wear something red. It was a…
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    An ode to The Heights

    For some reason when the weather warms up, I become nostalgic about home.  Maybe it is because I am a summer baby and the hot summer months were always celebratory growing up.   Or maybe it is because New York is so much fun in the summer.  I remember family cookouts in the Fort Tryon Park; birthdays spent running through open fire…
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