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Simply Yummy Raw Food. RECIPES. Thurs. 1pm ET

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CHEF ANDY, Certified Raw Food Chef

When you hear raw food do you say, “Ugh.” Think again! Apples and berries are raw food. So are carrots, lettuce and tomatoes. Question is, how do you make an entire meal out of raw food that is not tasteless and boring? To answer this, our guest, Chef Andy from Juiceataria (Juice Bar and Raw Food Vegan Café), will be in our Family Food Experts Kitchen to share his amazing recipes, his raw food ideas, all of which are full of flavor. How do I know this? For one, originally he was an Italian chef with an Italian Restaurant, Talia’s Tuscan Table so he is gifted at using fresh herbs and spices for seasoning. Better yet, I go to Juiceataria at least once a week for a smoothie, slice of pizza, lasagna or his to-die-for Gelato! I admit, I used to avoid raw food meals. No more! Chef Andy had changed my thinking and he will change yours too! Co-host Carolina will further encourage you with why eating living raw food is a healthy decision. To support this truth, Chef Andy will tell you his personal story of why he turned to raw food to save his daughter’s life.
Come into our Family Food Experts Kitchen with Chef Andy, Carolina and me as devour some simply yummy raw food! Thursday, 1pm ET, on W4WN.com and W4CY.com.

… for the health of your family,
ellen

www.KidKritics.org
www.FuelYourDreams.org
www.FamilyFoodExperts.org

If you miss the live show, tune in on Sunday, 1pm ET, W4WN.com

Meet “The Food Teacher” of the United Kingdom. TODAY. 1pm ET

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Because Jamie Oliver’s food programs originated in England, the question is, are kids there now choosing to eat healthier foods? If not, what is turning kids on to better-for- you meals there? Or, are they eating them at all? What about the school lunch programs – have they improved? Or, are moms in the United Kingdom dealing with the same struggles of how to feed kids as we do in the United States? Our guest, Katharine Tate, known as “The Food Teacher,” is a qualified teacher, nutritional therapist and “mum” who has worked with children in schools located in the UK, New Zealand and Hong Kong. She’ll tell us about food programs that do work, such as educating parents, “Cookery Schools” and inspirational Head Teachers. Judging from her recipes and family health tips, Katharine is innovative while focusing on nutrition, well-being and fresh and flavor-filled recipes that appeal to the whole family. These include: Citrus Mango Coco Bites (dairy free), Cinnamon Apple & Vanilla Cashew Cream (Dairy Free), Cauliflower Rice, gluten free/no added sugar chocolate brownies, Tomato & Lentil Soup (winter is coming), Parsnip Hummus… just a few of her treasure chest of delicious healthy ones kids will eat!

Come into our Family Food Experts Kitchen with Katharine, Carolina and me as we take you on a trip to England for some great food ideas for kids! Thursday, 1pm ET, on W4WN.com and W4CY.com.

… for the health of your family,
ellen

www.KidKritics.org
www.FuelYourDreams.org
www.FamilyFoodExperts.org

If you miss the live show, tune in on Sunday, 1pm ET, W4WN.com

January Jones – Your Perfect Job Exists

January Jones – 5 Steps 4 Job Searches

Shari Sambursky

Shari L. Sambursky assists her clients with getting hired quickly!  As a certified coach, her expertise is in job search strategy, interview techniques, resume submissions, and strategically navigating the hiring progress.

Shari is proficient with how to position a resume to catch the eye of a hiring manager, network to find the “hidden job market” using LinkedIn, and ace interviews. She works with healthcare professionals looking to transition into a new role, and has led workshops on Resume Building and Interview Preparation with college students in both Graduate and Undergraduate Nursing programs.