How Bulk Bins Became Cool for Food and Nutrition Magazine, September/October 2015 issue
How Consumer Demand Is Evolving the Ethnic Aisle for Food and Nutrition Magazine, March/April 2015 issue
Birmingham City Guide
Birmingham may be most well known outside the South for its prominent place
in Civil Rights history, but this hilly city in north-central Alabama is much more.
Egypt: A Country of Contradictions
Egypt is a country of contrasts. It’s ancient and modern, Muslim and Christian,
conservative and, in some ways, Westernized. From the moment I stepped foot
outside the airport’s sliding glass doors in Cairo, surprising contradictions
kept popping up wherever I went.
In Search of Jane Austen
Jane Austen is like being in love. When someone mentions her name, my eyes
light up and a smile comes to my face. It’s an immediate reaction rather than
a conscious decision. I can’t help myself. This love affair began shortly after
I turned 16—yes, I was a late bloomer. Once I entered this world, I was smitten.
The Evolution of Norway
Norway is the land of many American forefathers, but not mine. This, it seems,
was an oddity among travelers to this Scandinavian country.
Memories of San Francisco Saturdays
Despite the hills, San Francisco is a city meant for walking. Of course it’s an
essential mode of transportation in a city where parking is at a premium, but
it also has an additional perk: buns and calves of steel.
New York Wandering
I need coffee. This was a thought that often ran through my brain during my
time in New York City. The endless energy found on this small urban island
seemed to require it, and my obsession was obviously shared with the countless
others piling into Starbucks or Dean & Deluca for a morning jolt.
The Truth About Absinthe
The history of absinthe is a dramatic page-turner of a story full of twists and
turns. After becoming immensely popular, it fell out of favor and was even
banned in certain countries. But it’s resurfaced and is making a comeback.
Calcium Confidential: Secret Sources
Here’s how to get enough calcium if you don’t do dairy.
Buying Organic for Beginners
We’ve been told buying organic is better for our health, but do the benefits
outweigh the extra cost? Use this guide to figure out what’s worth it and
Small Kitchen, Big Feast
You’re hosting the holiday meal, but your place is tiny? No problem.
This traditional feast is big on style and flavor, but features time- and
USA Today: Comfort Food Menus
Menus by registered dietitians Rachel Quinlivan and Andrea C.
Kirkland and recipes from Cooking Light Complete Cookbook
can help you slim down family favorites.
Cooking Light Mad Delicious won the 2015 James Beard Focus on Health Award and Time Inc.’s Henry Luce Award for Book of the Year.
Cooking Light The New Way to Cook Light won the 2013 James Beard Focus on Health Award and was nominated for two 2013 International Association of Culinary Professionals Cookbook Awards in the categories of Health and Special Diet and Compilations.
Cooking Light Way to Cook was a bestseller and finalist for a 2010 International Association of Culinary Professionals Cookbook Award
in the Compilations category