Tag Archives | luscious legacy

Stephanie Holguin is Leaving a Luscious Legacy

Stephanie Holguin, the founder of foodie-isms, is obsessively interested in all things culinary. Her passion for discovering great food has fueled her wanderlust for traveling the world. From formal cooking classes in France to a day in Busara’s kitchen and herb garden in Thailand, Stephanie has learned from the locals while eating her way through forty-two countries. Stephanie created Foodie-isms to share both her passion and her craft. Foodie-isms is a one-stop-shop for luscious recipes gleaned from her travels, must-have kitchen tools, foodie finds, blog posts, healthy eating tips, restaurant reviews and more. When not […]

Continue Reading 3

Bari Tessler Linden is Leaving a Luscious Legacy

Bari Tessler Linden is a financial therapist, coach, and mommypreneur. Founder of the Conscious Bookkeeping Method, Bari teaches people how to build their own bridges between money, body, mind and spirit. Along the way, they eat chocolate. Needless to say, I fell in love with Bari when she told me her son, Noah, called himself a chocolate expert at age three. But even more than her extraordinary skills at guiding people gently and consciously to greater clarity and power around money, I was drawn to Bari because she is a living example of what it […]

Continue Reading 13

Marc David is Leaving a Luscious Legacy

Marc David is the founder, director, and primary instructor at the Institute for the Psychology of Eating. A visionary leader in the fields of health and nutrition, Marc is a Nutritional Psychologist and the author of two classic and acclaimed bestselling books. His humorous, engaging, and informative speaking style has made him a popular and well loved presenter to a wide audience of eaters who are looking for positive, inspiring, and innovative messages about food. For me, studying with Marc, at the Institute, was both awe-inspiring and life-altering. It wasn’t until I looked at my […]

Continue Reading 14
gluten-free cookies

Banana Coconut Dark Chocolate Buckwheat Cookies

That’s quite a mouthful, I know. But when I came across this blog, I knew I had to share it with you because in addition to the beautiful, gluten-free cookies on Food Loves Writing, there are many more recipes made with wholesome ingredients, described in the language of a food writer. Plus, Shanalee takes you on vacation with her, introducing you to the restaurants she enjoys along the way. My husband and I have a running debate. He likes to check restaurant reviews on the bigger sites like Fodors or Yelp. I say, “I don’t […]

Continue Reading 9