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Many years ago when I was in college, I wanted to learn how to cook. Food Network was just starting up, and I really didn’t know where to start. My mom decided that instead of just helping me learn a few simple things, she would create a family cookbook. She asked my aunts for their favorite recipes and compiled it all in the “Torsney Heritage Cookbook.” Over the years, I’ve added to it and adapted it to suit my and my family’s tastes, but it always has a place of pride in my home.
Many years later, much has changed in my family. I have
Of course, being a doctor means I now know much more about nutrition than I did when I was in college. I can no longer live on chicken fingers and bowls of sugary cereal. But I still love food like that. It tastes good, honestly. But I have learned ways to make the foods I like in a healthier way. Sure, it’s never just going to be superfood salads and macrobiotic diets for my family (my daughter and I share a deep unswerving sweet tooth), but there are a lot of tricks to adding healthier touches and more vegetables to our diets.
My mother has always been an excellent cook. She learned from Julia Child, after all. She’s a pretty smart lady, too. When my father had a heart attack in his 50s, she changed the way she cooked and served meals so that she could prepare
This is not a diet blog, it is a lifestyle blog. As a family doctor, I know that “diets” are fraught with peril. They are great for a few
Here my mom and I will share with you recipes, tips, and doctor-approved lifestyle changes that can help you and your family be a little healthier. We hope you will join this journey with us.