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Cooking Light, April 2008
Feature - Top Freelancers' Traits -, July 2007
Book Keeping - Tish Cohen -, September 2007
Book Keeping - Allison Winn Scotch -, August 2007
Book Keeping - Lesley Dormen -, June 2007
How To Pitch - Better Nutrition -, August 2007
How To Pitch - Pregnancy & Newborn -, May 2007
How To Pitch - Alternative Medicine -, May 2007
How To Pitch - Delicious Living -, April 2007
How to Pitch - Body+Soul -, March 2007
How to Pitch - Working Mother -, January 2007
Feature - Jersey Girl - Spree Magazine, August 2006
Feature - Shopping on Hudson Street - Spree Magazine, August 2006
Cooking Light, March 2009
Getting a good night’s sleep is one of the most important things you can do for your health, but according to a 2008 Consumer Reports survey, 44 percent of Americans report difficulty sleeping... (cont.)
Body+Soul, May 2009
Two years ago, Toronto native and newspaper journalist Vanessa Farquharson, now 30, was an avid consumer and even a little suspicious of hippies. But then she saw An Inconvenient Truth... (cont.)
Cooking Light, June 2009
No matter which you choose for cooking out, try an ecofriendly way to heat up and clean up... (cont.)
Parenting School Years, October 2009
When tattling takes over your household, it’s hard not to get annoyed. But if you understand your snitch’s motivation, you can curb the behavior, says George Scarlett, Ph.D., assistant professor of child development at Tufts University. Our translator shows you how... (cont.)
Body+Soul, December 2009
On the eve of World War II, my grandmother and her parents, outspoken critics of Hitler, fled Vienna just steps ahead of the Nazis. They left nearly everything behind, including their townhouse, paintings, and photographs. However, in those harried, dreadful days leading up to the escape... (cont.)
Pregnancy, June 2010
After labor, I was prepared for a tough recovery, but I had no idea that chronic neck pain would become my chief nemesis. Constantly craning my neck to check baby girl’s latch during breastfeeding led to discomfort and then, one day after I casually tossed my hair over my shoulder, a stiff neck... (cont.)
The Daily Meal, October 2010
Sharp knives, pots and pans, wooden spoons and whisks are all of paramount importance in the kitchen, but what about the Stovetop Potato Baker or the endless variations on cake, cupcake and cookie molds? A fairy cake mold is certainly cute for a two-year-old’s birthday, but do we really need new shapes each year for every possible occasion... (cont.)
National Public Radio, November 2010
Winter can be bleak for an East Coast locavore. I get giddy moving from Spring through Fall, from asparagus to peaches and finally to grapes, but come November my choices dwindle down to roots, apples and squash. Recently, I decided to loosen the reins when winter arrives and add the mangos, oranges and pineapples that I don’t allow myself during the bountiful growing season Bananas for a locavore? Yes, I buy bananans, but only in winter... (cont.)
The Daily Meal, December 2010
Food festivals may have started as a celebration of the earth’s bounties - a great harvest or a seasonal blooming of a prized crop - but now it’s all about Bessie the prize pig, Grandma Rankin’s cherry pie and 300 pound pumpkins. While more specialized festivals have sprung up devoted to high brow wines, cheese and chocolates, there is a collection of bizarre food festivals around the world... (cont.)