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WEBCHAT: A Dash of Perfection

November 2nd, 2010 - By Fit Staff




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She’s known for her series of perfect recipe cookbooks, but Pam Anderson knows getting healthy recipes on the table perfectly is a challenge. Join this USA Weekend columnist’s webchat and get all the information you need and have a little perfection for yourself.

Photo by: Maura McEvoy

When: Join the chat Friday, November 12th at 12p.

About the Hosts:

Pam AndersonPam Anderson is a cookbook author and a food journalist for USA Weekend. Pam has many books to her credit, including The Perfect Recipe, How to Cook Without a Book, Perfect Recipes for Having People Over, and The Perfect Recipe for Losing Weight and Eating Great.

Lari RoblingLari Robling is the producer of WHYY’s Fit and the author of Endangered Recipes.

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