Eggs, Easter and Spring Eating

Although it’s nearly fall and Easter is months away we are working on a new cookbook and testing recipes for each season. This past weekend we tested egg recipes that work for Easter brunch and any time of year you want a variation on eggs. This recipe is delicious and can be used for company, […]

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Superbowl 2015 Food Frenzy

Any plans for Superbowl Sunday? Is about the game, the half time show or the food?   People all across the country are planning their Sunday around this one event. Did you know that Superbowl Sunday is the second biggest eating day of the year behind Thanksgiving? The average consumption of calories is 2400 during just […]

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Cracking the Code on Eggs

How can something so simple be so complicated?  Years ago people just bought a dozen eggs at the grocery store without bothering to see what type they were, how they were fed and where they came from  – they were just simply eggs. Let’s crack the code on eggs and explain what the differences are besides just the cost: […]

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Egg Yolks as Bad as Smoking – Really?

This week’s study published in the journal Atherosclerosis comparing eggs yolks to smoking was disturbing and I received a plethora of emails and calls from patients afraid to eat their morning breakfast. I had to carefully read the study to see how the researchers came up with this information.  The study looked at the size […]

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