The Most Common Cooking Mistakes!

This is the best list I’ve found – if we could all master the 41 issues (yes, 41!) listed here by Cooking Light Magazine, we’d all be WAY better off in the kitchen! I’ve added my Gluten Free notes to their suggestions – KC Story by Ann Taylor Pittman and Tim Cebula Our Most Common Read more…

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10 Things Unhappy People Have in Common

I saw this on Food Matters, and I had to share it – when we talk about feeling whole, happy and balanced, your outlook on your life & your outlook on what you eat are so important – KC By Sara Novak, Planet Green We all want to be happy in some way or another. Read more…

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KC's Top Ten Gluten Free Products

It’s been a little while since I updated my favorites list – and there have been so many great new things to try! Here are my new faves – hook yourself up with a G-Free treat, and tell them I sent you! 1- Mariposa Baking Co.’s Sandwich Rolls – there.is.simply.no.better.gluten.free.bread.product.available.currently.on.this.planet. So good. They’re dairy free Read more…

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Scared In Public – The Speech.

The Super Bowl was yesterday (you may have heard) and some friends & I were talking about how the players must be feeling before the game – we decided it was probably a combination of excited, determined, some macho-man “we’re gonna kill ’em” stuff, nervous, and a couple of them were probably scared.  And then Read more…

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Ben Stein – 10 Ways Not To Go Crazy.

You know those conversations that have roughly 162 twists & turns – the kind where you started out talking about coffee and you ended up talking about the meaning of life? I’ve had a couple of those recently. One of them ended up focusing on people we really admire – and I shared my undying Read more…

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And So, I'll March 4th.

I’ve been through a lot of corporate sales training. Some of them were helpful, some not so much: all included bad coffee and some semi-motivational message delivered by either an overly-enthusiastic ex-salesman who’d written a book – “This room is ON FIRE with talent! Say it with me!” or some reasonable person who wanted to Read more…

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10 Questions with KC – Todd Gray

I love immersing myself in the food-culture in any region or city I visit, and so many of my foodie buddies are talking about Washington D.C., I decided it was time for a little investigating. The more I found out about James Beard-nominated Chef Todd Gray & his wife Ellen (a fellow SYSCO alumni) of Read more…

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10 Questions with KC – Tara Barker

Isn’t it funny when you find a soul sister (or brotha from anotha’ motha’) where you least expect one?  My 10 Questions with KC articles have introduced me to people I might never have met – and I’m so glad to know them & share it with you.  Tara Barker’s description of the genesis of Read more…

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10 Questions with KC – Gluten Free Mama

You’ve probably seen me post recipes from my friend the Gluten Free Mama, or maybe you’ve even requested a Recipe Conversion that one of us worked out for you! If you haven’t heard about Rachel the Gluten Free Mama, here’s your chance – and might I suggest picking up some of her mixes, they’ve been Read more…

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10 Questions with KC – Kathy Casey

I met Kathy Casey for the first time years ago at a Food Show in San Francisco where she was introducing the crowd to her Cocktailor Drink Mixers – one sip of her Classic Cosmo mix, and I decided I liked her. Since then, she’s gone on to do some amazing things in the food Read more…

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10 Questions with KC – Thoa Nguyen

It is always exciting to find multiple menu items that are gluten free, when did you start offering a gluten free menu? I noticed a trend since last year, and it is easy with Vietnamese cuisine, so I started to offer a separate GF menu. All of your food sounds delicious and unique!  Have you Read more…

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