Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Summer Tomato Live!

My good friend, Darya Pino, who publishes the blog Summer Tomato has just launched a live, interactive nutrition class called "Summer Tomato Live." This episodic online classroom will focus on discussing a variety of reader-selected food and health topics.

You'll have the chance to ask questions and get answers from Darya in real time. I almost never recommend or promote things here that actually cost money, but knowing all that Darya has to offer, I think that the $3.99 per month subscription fee is a great deal.

While I don’t use as much of Darya's advice as I probably should, I really enjoy her blog, as well as her delivery. It's not the typical sanctimonious blather you get on some healthy-lifestyle websites.

If you want to check it out, here are the links to Episode 1 and Episode 2.

By the way, if you're interested in signing up, today is the last day to claim a couple free gifts from Foodzie and Zürsun Heirloom Beans, who sponsored the first 2 episodes. For more information on Summer Tomato Live, here is her official sign-up page. Enjoy!


Michelle et Abigail said...

Chef John, your website is in edit mode I think.

Chef John said...

Sorry, not sure what you mean.

Paul D said...

I cook many traditional Italian dishes...Mostly Italian-American, Calabrian, and Sicilian. Personally, I just eat wild caught fish and vegetables, and free-range organic chicken (rarely though).

If you avoid eating too much of the heavy cheeses, factory farmed meats, and stick to the vegetables, anchovies, and some whole grain pastas, you can eat like a king, healthy, and for cheap. However,I base my eating decisions off instinct and some sound science. I stumbled on Dr. Pino's site about 6 months ago, and discovered her to be a trust worthy source information which I use. In short, it was really cool of Chef John to post this link.

You're the best Chef,


Michael said...

It's a very cool site, thanks for sharing it with us