From the Experts

Mom’s Recipes Inspired Orlando’s Most Popular Greek Restaurant

May 5, 2017 From the Experts

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  You know what they say, behind every successful restaurateur is a great woman. Taverna Opa is known for its nightlife, napkin showers and Greek entertainment. But what people may not know is that the cuisine is as authentic as you can get this side of the Aegean Sea. Katerina Coumbaros is first-generation Greek and […]

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For the Love of Coffee: Giving Decaf Another Chance

November 30, 2016 coffee

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A guest post from Andrea Piccolo, Brand Manager, Swiss Water Decaffeinated Coffee Company Inc. Families are busy. But it’s “good busy.” Between making mud pies and real pies, coloring books and washing away scribbles on the wall, our homes are full of activities. To be ready to take on a full day, many of us […]

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Baby Steps to Achieve More: Taking it slow

January 13, 2014 From the Experts

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By Trina Robertson, MS, RD Trina is a registered dietitian nutritionist with a master’s degree in nutrition. As a HealthyEating.org Mom she shares her positive approach to healthy eating with the goal of inspiring others to prepare and enjoy foods from all the food groups. As a Project Manager with the Dairy Council of California, Trina develops, evaluates and […]

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Do Your Belly Good with Good Belly

January 7, 2014 From the Experts

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This month, we speak with Todd Beckman, co-founder and president of NextFoods, manufacturer of the GoodBelly line of Probiotic Juice Drinks. Beckman co-founded NextFoods in 2006 with Steve Demos, a globally recognized organic foods pioneer and founder of WhiteWave Inc. (Silk® Brand). Prior to launching NextFoods, Beckman was an integral part of the success of […]

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Helping America Go Red!

February 8, 2013 From the Experts

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As chairperson of the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women campaign Rosanna Bowles, of Rosanna, Inc. shares with us her insight and involvement with the campaign as she helps America Go Red. How did you get involved in the Go Red for Women campaign? Last year I attended the Seattle Go Red for Women […]

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Vanilla: A Pantry Staple

February 27, 2012 From the Experts

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  Vanilla extract is an essential spice that can be found in nearly everyone’s pantry. Vanilla adds flavor, while complementing and enhancing other flavors, making it uniquely suited for a wide variety of recipes from cookies, cakes, and pastries to salad dressings, tomato sauce, and marinades. This month, Family Eats talks with Beth Nielsen, chief […]

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Dairy in the Diet: Family Eats Delves Deep into Dairy

October 19, 2011 From the Experts

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  This month we talk with Trina Robertson, MS, RD Project Manager at Dairy Council of California about the ins and outs of dairy in our diets. She provides lots of great insight into the topic. You can follower her on Twitter @TrinaR_RD Discuss the USDA dietary guidelines (specifically dairy) including the nutrients found in dairy.  The USDA Dietary […]

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Creating Traditions Around the Table: A Conversation with Rosanna Bowles

July 19, 2011 From the Experts

This month, Family Eats talks to Rosanna Bowles, a fashion tableware designer and president and owner of Rosanna Inc. Her goal is to create products that are beautiful, functional and unique, offering a wide collection of design pieces that add value to everyday life. I’ve been acquainted with Rosanna for several years, but as a […]

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The Pie Crust – Making it Happen

January 30, 2011 From the Experts

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This month, we speak with Susan Reid, editor of The Baking Sheet and one of the instructors for King Arthur Flours’Traveling Baking Demos. She provides us with a bit of inspiration for baking pies . . in particular, making our own pie crust. Family Eats: Why do many of us think making pie crust is so hard to do? […]

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The True Cost of Organic, Local and Sustainable

November 22, 2010 From the Experts

In our ongoing coverage of organic foods, we speak with Helge Hellberg, executive director of Marin Organic, an innovative association of organic producers in Marin County, California, dedicated to creating the first organic county in the nation. The organization addresses today’s economic, environmental, social, and cultural challenges in new and creative ways, and has become one of […]

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