A TASTE OF WESTFIELD-UTC

By Catharine L. Kaufman (a.k.a. The Kitchen Shrink) Some of San Diego’s Best Bites Operating way below its potential for years in San Diego’s centrally located University Town Center area, equidistant from North County and … Read More

JAZZ COOKING

By Dina Eliash Robinson Every now and then I get an irresistible urge to surprise—or even weird-out—my taste buds, along with those of my family and our gastronomically adventurous friends who are always willing to … Read More

JICAMA—THE WONDER ROOT

By Dina Eliash Robinson If you like to snack on crunchy raw root vegetables, you’ll probably forsake most others in favor of a few satisfying bites of the delicious jicama—preferably grown in organic soil and … Read More

Daily Eating Habits of Famous Athletes

by Lewis Robinson      • Novak Djokovic, born in Serbia, in 1987, is the 2019 reigning champion of Wimbeldon as well as the highest ranked tennis player in the world. He credits his super-nutritious, … Read More

BIG NEWS! — Potentially Life-Saving Verdict

A California jury slammed Monsanto with a $2 billion judgment in a recent lawsuit brought to compensate victims diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, caused by their exposure to Monsanto’s pesticide, “RoundUp.”

FOOD AS ART

By Lewis Robinson Now that “food, glorious food!” has transcended this anthem-like song from the musical “Oliver” into the cultural concept of “Art,” food production and the culinary arts have been given pride of place … Read More

SKIN-NOURISHING FOODS FOR HEALTH AND BEAUTY

By Dina Eliash Robinson At the first sight of acne, chocolate breakout, sunburn or other SOS distress signals the skin sends out when it’s in trouble, it’s best to immediately try to figure out the … Read More

STROKE PREVENTIVE FOODS AND LIFESTYLE

By Dina Eliash Robinson Less of a medical mystery, since the wider use of MRIs and other diagnostic tools, strokes still pose a danger to people of all ages. Risk factors include obesity, high blood … Read More