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KCRW “Good Food” Podcast


The iTunes description for the podcast, states “Good Food explores current events, social phenomena, history and culture through the lens of food. From food politics to the science behind cooking, host Evan Kleiman highlights the diverse community of cooks, farmers, entrepreneurs, historians and journalists who have devoted their lives to food.”  Good Food, is a podcast for true foodies.  The episodes cover everything from who is currently producing the best caviar, to interviews with the country’s most prestigious coffee producers, no food topic is off limits.  I highly recommend taking a listen to their latest episode on Thanksgiving, with info on wine parings, side dishes and everything in between.  If you have never listened to a podcast, than you are truly missing out. Next time you have a long drive, bust out an episode of Good Food with Evan Kleinman and let her soothing voice get your through your commute.

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Hatchery Box



2014 was definitely the year of the monthly “subscription box”.  From beauty samples to dog treats, you can pretty much get anything you want, wrapped up in a pretty little box and delivered right to your door.  Hatchery Box is the foodie worlds answer to all of the other sample boxes.  according to their website “With a focus on small-batch, artisan cooking ingredients, our team travels the country — sifting through green markets, visiting family farms and traveling dirt roads — in search of the most incredible products to feature within our Marketplace.  Starting at $20 per month, members receive a curated delivery of sample-size ingredients and condiments from our Marketplace each month. We’re here to help you discover flavors you may never discover on your own.”  If you would like to gift one of these for a christmas present, than click here!




This guy is on my Christmas wish list for sure!  If you follow any healthy food accounts on Instagram, this will look familiar to you.  Typical spiralizers come with three blades, which allow you to make different sized “noodles”.  Fruits and vegetables you can spiralize include: Broccoli stems, squash, zucchini, cucumber, beet, turnip, apple, pear…etc.  I am dying to get my hands on one of these to create some healthy pasta alternative dishes!

Buy on Amazon and check out to learn how to use it and get some amazing recipes!


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