We’ve reached the finale of Nutrition Nuptials season 1! Maybe not as high profile as that Game of Thrones episode, but it’s a definite change of pace. Instead of discussion nutrition and exercise, Mandy and Taco are closing out the season by talking about their home turf, the Jersey Shore, which to them is like a year-round vacation. For this final episode before the summer break, Mandy and Taco take you on a guided tour of the Jersey Shore, dish out their favorite restaurants, clubs and activities, and explain why exactly Taco is called “Taco.”
It’s Taco and Mandy’s final double date of the season, and they’re ecstatic to finally have on fellow dietitian/podcaster Melissa Joy Dobbins and her husband Mark Buchmann. In their chat, they gab about the highs and occasional rocky roads of remarriage, what pushed Melissa to work in media, and how she wants people to take a “guilt free” apporach to eating and living well.
Today’s Double Date guest is very near and dear to us because without her, Nutrition Nuptials wouldn’t sound nearly as good as it does or have quite as much character. Lisa English is none other than our show’s composer, and she’s stopped by with her husband Quinn to chat with us about life—and eating well—on the road, adventures in parenting, and staying on top of your health with life gets in the way.
Loaded up on colored Easter egg leftovers or looking for the perfect picnic contribution? Check out these 4 devilishly spicy deviled egg recipes to give those hardboiled eggs a kick!
Give your deviled eggs a Southern kick by serving up these Cajun Deviled Eggs with Fried Oysters! They’re sure to be a crowd-pleaser at your next event.
With another Easter holiday coming to a close and Earth Day greeting us the day after, it seems like a perfect time to chat about the benefits of eggshells and some cool and unique uses for eggshells from all those hard-boiled eggs from Easter Sunday.
Need a boost in your day or something new to enjoy in the morning? Make a batch of these Carrot Cake Protein Balls to enjoy as a snack, part of your breakfast, or post-workout refuel.