Deborah White. Journalist, blogger, real food activist, coffee drinker. Founder, Editor of TheCrazyWoman.com FakeFoodWatch.com, LostAmericanRecipes.com About.com/New York Times Co writer, editor for eight years.
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- "Here’s to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round pegs in square holes. The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them, but the only thing you can’t do is ignore them because they change things."
- Perfect Dinner Date
- Of Android Smart Watches and Timex Analog Watches
- Aging Parents Break for Freedom and the Open Road, to My Horror
- A Winter Weekend and Ten Pounds of Oranges
- Bad Pancakes and Mrs. America at Second Glance
- New Year, New Look, New Attitude at The Crazy Woman
- Swooning at the Movies: Peter O’Toole Inspires 12-Year-Old Girl
- Contact me at DeborahCWhite@gmail.com
- Sole Vanessi in White Wine (1978)
- Braised Ham Financiere in White Wine (1963)
- New Orleans Chicken Maquechoux in Cream (1975)
- Beef Tournedos with Foie Gras, Truffles in Burgundy (1963)
- Jubilee Fig Jam (1919)
- Quaker Pear Relish (1954)
- Lemon White-Wine Fish Sauce (1963)
- Eggs Poached in White Wine, with Blue Cheese (1965)
- Salmon Steaks Parisienne (1954)
- Frozen Coconut Bisque Dessert (1935)
- The Highball Sandwich (1940)
- Fig and Date Sweets with Walnuts (1919)
- Cream Sherry Cookies with Brandy (1965)
- Beef Roulades in Burgundy (1963)
- Superb Chocolate Rum Balls with Pecans (1951)
- Shrimp Pie with White Wine (1967)
- New Orleans Sweet Potato Pone (1932)
- Quaker Mince Meat for Pies (1954)
- Souffle Grand Marnier (1969)
- Moonlight Cake (1883)
- Pumpkin Spice Lattes: To Drink or Not to Drink?
- Top 15 Most Pesticide-Free Fruits, Vegetables
- Pesticide-Ridden Produce: The 12 Most Infected Fruits, Vegetables
- "Real Food" Diet Dilemma: Of Michael Pollan and the California Drought
- Lucky Charms: Poster Child for Industrial Junk Food? Fat Profits, Fat Kids
- Starbucks: Trying Harder than Taco Bell to Do the Right Thing
- Taco Bell Salad: Why No Warning Label for Lethal Salt Content?
- Chick-Fil-A, Subway, Kraft, Cheerios: Changes Made at Public Demand
- Fake Food Products Endorsed by Doctors: Bogus Claims, Empty Promises?
- U.S. Food Supply Ranked Subpar to Other Major Nations
Monthly Archives: March 2005
I’ve always heard about the “empty nest syndrome.” We still have one child at home, a 13 year old, and the full teenage parenting-experience in our future one last time, so we don’t yet have an empty nest. But still, … Continue reading
I don’t know why so many despise Martha Stewart. The woman is a positive-thinker. She appreciates beauty in all forms and surroundings. She looks to beautify life. She makes the best of every experience. She truly makes lemonade out of … Continue reading
Sometimes we’re called to drop everything and just be there…. I was here at my computer by 8 AM today, reading and responding to emails, scanning news, administrative chores….you know. It took longer than normal, so at 10 AM, I … Continue reading