An Interview with the Host of Tasting History, Max Miller I had the absolute pleasure of interviewing Max Miller, the host of the amazingly popular YouTube channel Tasting History. Tasting History is a show that is like no other. Max introduces a recipe from the distant past or not-so-distant, reinterprets it for the modern kitchen, […]
Food & Recipes
The new Manhattan Bagel in Southampton’s recent Grand Opening generated so much buzz that customers lined up as early as 3 a.m., eager to take a bite out of some mouth-watering bagels, sandwiches, muffins, and try out a variety of drinks. “We’ve been here since 3:45 in the morning,” explained Ariella, a senior from William
Tasting History: Where Food and Knowledge Meet In February of 2020, Max Miller started the YouTube show Tasting History with Max Miller. It soon became an internet sensation. And Max an almost overnight success. I didn’t find Tasting History until a year ago when it popped up in my YouTube feed and what a delight
Interview with author of “A Taste of Plant Based” Kris Ernst Doylestown, PA-based mom Kris Ernst didn’t have time for complicated, redundant, vegan recipes, so she made her own! Now the author of “A Taste of Plant-Based”, a vegan-centered cookbook, Kris is sharing her delicious creations and showing food lovers that you don’t need meat
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and with it comes a focus on The “Big C,” the word no one ever wants to hear. Terri Clime of Clime Wellness is incredibly grateful that she hit the cancer lottery “so to speak” when she was diagnosed with papillary thyroid cancer with its near 100 percent cure
With so many of us socially isolated for more than a year, now is the perfect time to tell mom, grandmom, and the other special women in our lives how much they mean to us this Mother’s Day and beyond. A look at innovative gift boxes of all kinds – with coffee and food items,
It was just before Christmas when I last wrote about my weight. A lot has happened since then. First Christmas happened. Christmas was a lovely day spent with my housemate. Knowing and understanding the need to social distance my family did not gather for our yearly holiday celebration. At one level that really bothered me.
The New Year celebration is seeped in tradition and folklore. Almost as much as Christmas. Kissing the one you love as the clock strikes twelve. Champagne to toast the New Year in, Fireworks and noisemakers that bring a loud sound of joy as one year passes and another starts. New Year Eve has always been
Last week there was no My Weight Loss Adventure. This is because I was living the adventure with an illness that knocked the stuffing out of me. In more ways than one. It first hit my housemate d she did not feel good at all. It lasted 48 hours and she began to feel better.
Thanksgiving week proved to be a challenge as there was so much really good food to eat. The positive points were in getting the meal from an outside source there wasn’t much leftover and also we added extra vegetables so there were more veggies on the plate than starch. I want to go over a