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Food journalist specializing in writing about nutrition. That doesn't mean just bean sprouts and tofu. I was CNN Correspondent for over 18 years covering food and health daily and anchored weekly program on food, nutrition and cuisine called "On The Menu". Co-authored a diet book called "The Dish on Eating Healthy and Being Fabulous!" Simon and Schuster, Atria Books. Currently weekly columnist for Cox Enterprises Atlanta Journal-Constitution, "Healthy Eating Out" and AOL Diet Coach.
I'm also the Food & Dining editor for Jezebel Magazine and Lifestyle Editor for Flavors Magazine, both Atlanta based publications. Graduated from Florida State University with undergraduate degree in Foods & Nutrition and went to Boston University to earn master's degree in Nutrition with specialization in Communication.
Years in the Industry
25 years plus
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i just want to say welcome, i am also a new member on fohboh
i am looking for partners in us for export wine
i am opening a business in paris next september, wine tasting shop .
it is 9pm in paris and the nigth is comming soon
Hi Carolyn! i just wanted to write on your wall and say hello, i have admired your credentilas and enjoy your informational and helpful approach to F& B, welcome and if your ever in suburban philly look me up!
I was surfing around and found your site. Please check my page and if I can be of any assistance let me know.
I received a fax last night and learned we received to silver's and are up for 2 gold's at the Fancy Food Show in New York in June.
One category we are a finalist in is Diet and Life Style.
You might be interested in the group I started "Duck for Yummies" Regards; Burt
Hello Carolyn! Welcome to FOHBOH. My name is Andy Swingley. This is such an awesome site for sharing your ideas and learning some cool stuff! Check out my page for some great groups to join! You will bump into some of the smartest people on this site and the more you participate, the more you will get from it!
Looking forward to talking to you!
Take a look at joining the Corporate Leadership group, I would love to hear your opinion.
Delighted to virtually meet you! Thanks for adding me as a friend. Love your website and quote: Now I have an excuse - lol. Actually, would like to shed around 15 lbs (wouldn't we all?) Any suggestions?
You know the drill - money is tight so your spouse tells you to not spend too much money. So you start 'brown-bagging-it' to work. You feel a little foolish, maybe a little humiliated, that you’re forced to do this but you have no other choice. So you make up some story for your co-workers like, 'I’m trying a special diet' so you don’t look like a cheap-skate.
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