Anne Lindley Young, Food Writer
Cook, recipe blogger, food writer. Aka Anne from Foodstand.
Foodstand's Top 5 Tips for a Mindful Thanksgiving
The holidays are all about good cheer, gratitude, family, friends, and delicious food. But the season can also conjure up feelings of guilt and dread—tempting food overcomes our better judgement, l...
3 Infused Water Ideas - The Chalkboard
This was written for the holidays, but it's a great idea year round!
This is how to seed and juice a pomegranate
Pomegranate seeds are a delicious and nutritious snack, and when added to a class of sparkling water can make for a beautifully festive drink. But honestly, the seeds can be a pain in the neck to g...
My homemade workday lunch took me 5 minutes to make.
Day 12/14: Avoid Added Sugar Level IV - I had lettuce, a carrot, cucumber and leftover cilantro and ginger in the fridge. So I grated the ginger into a cup, and chopped the rest of the veggies into...
Behind the Plate with the Impatient Foodie: Elettra Wiedemann
"Elettra Wiedemann is the Founder & Editor In Chief of Impatient Foodie where she delves into good food for the fast paced lifestyle. She's also the Executive Food Editor at Refinery29, a retired f...
#HighFives to everyone for working so hard + Top Tips & FAQs !
Be sure to check out the blog today- I answer some of your most frequently asked questions and share some top tips.
Broccoli soup for lunch! Filling, keeps me hydrated and helps curb those pesky sugar cravings. I made a pot over the weekend and I simply reheat a portion for lunch.
Day 4/14: Avoid Added Sugar Level IV
ELECTION 2016: VOTE! FOR FOOD
We vote with our forks all year long, but come Tuesday, November 8th—be sure to vote with your ballot too (if you're in the U.S.)! This election could have a huge impact on all of us—from health to...
Meet registered dietitian Becky Ramsing!
"Becky Ramsing, MPH, RDN is a Senior Program Officer with the Center for a Livable Future at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Her work and interests cover the food system as a w...
Here’s Why You Should Pay Your Children to Eat Their Vegetables - WSJ
What do y'all think about this? "A study shows that offering a small, short-term cash incentive to children to eat more-healthful foods can lead to long-term healthier eating habits."