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BLACK BEAN & QUINOA BURRITOS by Bonnie Antonini

Quinoa is the latest go-to food.  Even though it’s been around for 4000 years my guest – writer, strategist, and really nice gal, Bitsy Kemper – and I had only heard of it within the last year.  We wondered if it had gone the way of wheat germ and coucous.  If, perhaps, a thousand years … Continue reading

THE DOLMA SHOW by Bonnie Antonini

My guest this week, Deborah Shahloub, and I have had a friendly argument over the years as to who makes the best dolma.  Dolmas, for those of you who may not know, are stuffed grape leaves.  They bear a slight resemblance to cigar butts, which is why my brother and I refused to eat them … Continue reading

Less Guilt Chocolate Candy

Chocolate is one of those words that instantly grabs our attention, often eliciting a little swoon from our mouths.  I’ve even heard that magazines sell more copies when a photo of some sinful chocolate dessert graces the cover.  And, yes, I admit it – I’m a chocoholic like my mama before me.  However, I’m noticing … Continue reading

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