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A Quick Bite With Savannah Miller

There are the Redgrave sisters, the Gabor sisters, Judy and Audrey Landers; there are the Olsens, the Simpsons, and the Hiltons. Typically, with celebrity sisters, one is a little less

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A Quick Bite With India Hicks

What I find inspiring about India Hicks is how down-to-earth she appears and how family seems such a central part of everything she does. The model turned designer (and occasional

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A Quick Bite with John Catucci from You Gotta Eat Here!

When you live in a house with children you get used to a steady diet of children’s programming. However, that little tid bit is not one of the millions of

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A Quick Bite With Tara O’Brady

I’m not much of a baker, but this year I’m determined to make a cake for my son’s second birthday. When the talented food blogger, Tara O’Brady over at Seven

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A Quick Bite With Gluten Free Garage Creator Ronnilyn Pustil

Did you know that 1 in 133 Canadians have Celiac disease? It’s a condition that damages the lining of the intestines and prevents the body from being able to absorb

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A Quick Bite With Andi Curtis, plus What’s For Lunch?

Every morning before we make the breathless sprint to the bus stop, Esme pokes her head in the fridge and asks, “What’s in my lunch?” I’m still in the early

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A Quick Bite with Adria Vassil

This Quick Bite is a slight variation on our normal theme of food and parenting conversations with high profile Moms and Dads. But given how you all respond to material

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A Quick Bite With Karen Le Billon

The idea for Karen Le Billon’s book, French Kids Eat Everything (And Yours Can Too) didn’t come to her while she and her young family was spending a year in France

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A Quick Bite With John Donohue

This Quick Bite was originally posted  on May 19, 2011. We had to bring it out of the archives today because it’s about the brilliant cartoonist from The New Yorker

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A Quick Bite With Deborah Needleman

I’ll be honest, I was nervous about interviewing Deborah Needleman. She’s had a career that any magazine editor would covet. It’s a bit cliche to say now, but I really,