Author: Faith Anaya

Create: Good Food for the Body & Soul

Photography by Janet Warlick / Food Styled by Muriel H. Wilkins   like to take a holistic view of nutrition and have always taken the view that food can be beautiful, delicious and nutritious. I also think that there are no bad foods, just bad choices. The swirl of fad diets, conflicting studies, conflicting nutrition […]

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Create: Easy-to-Make and Tasty Energy Bars

Most of us could use more energy. Energy bars are one solution. Photography by Cindy Momchilov / Food Styled by Muriel H. Wilkins   is a busy month. Whether you’re running in the Little Rock Marathon, running after toddlers or running around getting ready for spring break, it’s a busy time. Most of us could […]

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Create: Too Much Chocolate? Impossible!

There is at least one thing on this crazy planet that seems to be a universal: Chocolate makes me and countless others happy. Photography by Janet Warlick / Styled by Muriel H. Wilkins   research for this month’s issue made me quite happy — I got lost in reading books by chocolate experts, looking at […]

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Create: The Root of the Matter

When was the last time you bought a rutabaga or a parsnip? Photography by Cindy Momchilov :: Food styled by Muriel H. Wilkins   vegetables are not particularly attractive, and they can be a bit puzzling, even mysterious, but these denizens of winter shine when roasted. Once peeled, they’re easy to prepare in a multitude […]

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Create: Turkey Reimagined

Reimagine what to do with your leftover turkey in these four clever, delicious dishes. Photography by Janet Warlick :: Food Styled by Muriel H. Wilkins   many years, my Thanksgiving tradition was to get the November issue of Gourmet Magazine and pick out new recipes to add to our holiday meals. My collection of Gourmet […]

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