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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
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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?
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