Author: Kimberly Schaub

Diabetes Expo at Seattle Convention Center May 1

On May 1, I’ll be teaching a series of cooking classes for Day by Day Gourmet at the Diabetes Expo. Check out the Expo Link for details. It’s free event for the public. If you’re around, stop on by! This is the second expo I’ve cooked for Day by Day Gourmet. The first was the Puyallup Fair last fall. Here are some pictures of that event. Brad Vorhees gave the Day by Day Gourmet pitch. He explained the vision and mission. I talked mostly about the nutritional value of the meals and how to assemble them. Kassi Blanchard helped...

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New Products from CSN Stores

Who doesn’t like to buy and try new gadgets and cool things for your kitchen and home? I LOVE getting new toys for my kitchen! CSN stores sells all sorts of great items for the home, including home decor, kitchen tools, and even baby cribs! I like looking at the different pans, knives, and dishes on Cookware.com, because it allows me to narrow my search to specific qualities or costs of tools without much effort. I have also had the opportunity to review an item for them, so look for that test soon! Last winter, I partnered with CSN...

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Gluten-Free Baking Contest! Win Product!

The Gluten Intolerance Group has partnered with Pamela’s Products to host the first ever Gluten-Free Challenge, to take place in the middle of Gluten Free Awareness Month, May. The objective of the challenge is to increase awareness of the gluten-free lifestyle and to learn something new about the challenge and opportunity of eating gluten-free. You can join the challenge by visitingwww.gogfchallenge.com. You’ll receive recipes and tips for the month. In support of this challenge, I am hosting a gluten-free cooking contest for my readers to win some gluten-free products from Pamela’s products for themselves. Pamela’s Products is based in...

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Go Gluten Free

Celiac disease affects about 1 in 133 people in the US (Gluten Intolerance Group, 2010, “Celiac Disease”), and SPINS, a natural products industry information company, reports that the gluten-free segment of the food industry is worth $921 million (2010, “Gluten-Free Sector Still Hot in Tough Times”). Celiac disease is still believed to be widely under-diagnosed, so it is still possible that diagnoses will increase as awareness continues (Gluten Intolerance Group of North America, 2010, “Celiac Disease”). For food service managers, product developers, and health professionals, this shows that the industry is set to grow even more. Registered Dietitians must...

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Earth Day April 22

A few years ago, in 2007, I attended my first Earth Day Fair in Pueblo, CO. That’s where I met Tisha Casida, the publisher of That’s Natural Marketing. She published a local, advertisement-driven news-magazine that featured articles written by business people and health professionals. That was the start of a close friendship and a few years practicing marketing, writing, advertising, and sales. Those were great days, but my passion has always been in the kitchen. This year, instead of heading out to a festival, I’m going to make my kitchen more green and create a dinner to support local...

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