Eat Your Peas
June 20, 2011
Rachel Ray cooks away on a mute television in my studio while I'm on the air during the midday. This is not a show that's easily monitored if your hungry or having a bad hair day. Which takes me back to the basics. Many times it's the simple things that could make a woman's day run smoothly or an air talents show sound sweet. Basics like a good nights rest, time to prep and eat, time to connect and dress. The better she or we feel, the better life rolls through the punches. Many women don't take the time for breakfast or lunch. Ask around, who really eats lunch at noon? A carton of yogurt here, a cup of Pinkberry there maybe a turkey sandwich then a skinny latte at 3:00. I'm not quoting your mother in reminding you to eat your vegetables however radio is a performance craft, engine tune ups and regular fill ups help ensure a smoother ride for you and her.
She Buzz Words
She Could Be a
- Cooking Instructor
- Dry Cleaner
- Pharmacy Technician
She Could Be Working at
- National Instruments
- St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
- Teach for America
Right Now She Could Be
- Wrapping a Gift
- Flipping Burgers
"It always looks better on the model"
She Phone Starter
Has she bought something that was better than expected?
She Cooking Tips
When making iced coffee, cubes of frozen coffee added to a cool cup of coffee helps it not taste watered down.
Letting grilled meats rest for 10 minutes or so allow the juices to distribute and the meat to finish cooking. Tent with foil to help keep warm.
Melons are more than 90% water and a true aid when it comes to staying hydrated. Cucumbers, summer squash, berries and grapefruits are also hydrating.
*The average amount of watermelon an American eats each year is 17 pounds.
How much has she eaten so far?
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