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Loving the Food You Eat

No matter who you are: vegetarian, vegan, carnivore, you name it..  there are certain techniques to preparing your food that can enhance their taste and wellness properties. Cathy Hohmeyer (one of my favorite chefs, who has been mastering the culinary arts for over 25 years) calls it ‘mindful preparations' and she recently just released a brand new cookbook will introduce you to terms such as nutrient density and bone broths – simple ways to make what may be lost, great recipes.

As much as I love learning about how to prepare bone broth and learning new recipes, that isn't what caught my eye about this cookbook. It was actually VERY different..

Unlike any other cookbook I've seen, Chef Cathy has actually paired each recipe with the details of it's historical roots, and a personal story from her own family.

“For us dinner time was more than just a meal, it was a chance to gather as a family. It created many special, personal times. Our goal here is these stories will encourage you to create a few of your own.”

What an important and beautiful reminder  to create our food with love, connection and care!

Join me as I interview Cathy on my radio show as we talk about her newest cookbook, and why it's so important to create “mindful preparation” of our food. And Chef Cathy is even going to share some of her favorite stories with us.. how cool!

If you are a big time “foodie” like me you will want to catch this interview live next week..

 

“Mindful Preparation of Your Food: Love, Family & Tradition” 

Monday, January 30th at 3 pm Eastern 

Call in with your questions and stories at: (818) 514-1190

Tune in via webcast: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/drkaren/2017/01/30/mindful-preparation-of-food-common-roots-cookbook

Can't join us live? Just bookmark the link above to catch the replay anytime after the show airs.

Blessings,

Dr. Karen

PS- To learn more Cathy's work visit: https://www.nourishing9d.com/chef-cathys-blog

Karen Kan
drkaren@karenkan.com
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