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WEBCHAT: Of Salads and Suppers

December 16th, 2010 - By Fit Staff




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Join Jennifer Chandler author of Simply Salads and the just released Simply Suppers. She’ll transform the boring diet salad into a healthy, satisfying meal and keep you on track for the New Year. She’s appeared multiple times on Sirius XM on several Martha Stewart Radio programs as well as Food Network’s Dinner Impossible.

When: Join the chat Monday, January 24th at 12p.

About the Hosts:

Jennifer ChandlerA contributing writer to several magazines such as MidSouth Magazine, Nashville Home & Garden, Memphis Magazine, Edible Memphis, Real Food, Pilates Style and Delta Magazine, Jennifer Chandler has also been a contributing food columnist for The Commercial Appeal (Memphis’ newspaper). In addition, Jennifer has been featured on the Food Network in two episodes of Dinner Impossible as well as on Martha Stewart’s Every Day Food XM/Sirius Radio Program. Her cookbooks, Simply Salads and Simply Suppers are available wherever fine books are sold.

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

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