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  • Foodie Fridays: Low-Fat Banana Muffins | KristinHarmel.com
    well know that I love to cook and I love to eat Don t get me wrong I don t go nuts it s not about stuffing my belly it s about savoring different tastes In my opinion the opportunity to savor the salty the sweet the spicy and everything in between is a gift The time I spent living in France and the time I ve spent in Italy have also given me a real appreciation for pairing wine with food but more on that later In that spirit I thought it might be fun to share a recipe on my blog each Friday Some will be original others will be recipes I ve found elsewhere and enjoyed I m well aware that I m not a food writer although in the back of ITALIAN FOR BEGINNERS I include five original recipes nor am I a trained chef but I don t think one needs any particular training to appreciate good food So everything I include here will be easy enough for anyone to try at home First up the simple recipe I tried yesterday because I had two bananas lying on my counter Low Fat Sour Cream Banana Muffins These took less than 4 minutes to mix up and pour and less then 20 minutes to bake Here s the link Enjoy http allrecipes com Recipe banana muffins i Detail aspx This entry was posted in Foodie Fridays General Bookmark the permalink Ramona and Beezus Foodie Fridays 60 Second Brown Rice Salad One Response to Foodie Fridays Low Fat Banana Muffins adagio says August 16 2010 at 8 28 am I recently came across your blog and have been reading along I thought I would leave my very first remark Nice blog I will keep visiting this site

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  • Check out my friend Andrea’s new show | KristinHarmel.com
    wanted to give a quick shout out to my friend Andrea Jackson whose new show Life Love Shopping launched today on WE tv How cool is that I ll be appearing once in a while on the show but if you re ever around at 9 30 on weekday mornings it s definitely worth a watch Andrea is great and the show is really fun It offers cool tips for things like working out while you shop and financial rules to live by I always like to see good things happen to good people and Andrea is definitely good people This entry was posted in Stuff I like Bookmark the permalink Talking to students is so fun Catch me tomorrow Wednesday July 11 on The Daily Buzz 2 Responses to Check out my friend Andrea s new show Jamie Wyatt says July 9 2012 at 7 19 pm Congratulations on your upcoming book I just found out that you re a fellow Gator in the Communigator I was JM ADV 75 I look forward to keeping up with you and getting the Kindle version of your new book Kristin says July 10 2012 at 9 17 am Hi Jamie Thanks

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  • Talking to students is so fun! | KristinHarmel.com
    at the University of Florida s Summer Journalism Institute a great program that brings creative teens to UF s campus for an intensive journalism program I love talking to students Here s a great picture from my friend uber talented photographer Steve Johnson of me signing books for some of the wonderful students today Photo by Steve Johnson via Instagram This entry was posted in General Stuff I like Bookmark the permalink Woo hoo A good Publishers Weekly review Check out my friend Andrea s new show 2 Responses to Talking to students is so fun Kerry Ann Vinobaby s Voice says June 28 2012 at 9 30 am Very cool I had no idea UF had introduced a summer journalism program I attended the Northwestern program I won t mention how long ago and it opened my eyes to a whole new world What a wonderful opportunity for you to make a difference in some budding writers lives Cheers Kristin says June 28 2012 at 9 33 am It was really fulfilling And yes I think SJI at UF has been running for several years now Very cool that you got to attend Northwestern s program I wish I

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  • Books Made into Movies — as seen on TV! | KristinHarmel.com
    for book clubs why not read the book and then get together to watch the film Or with films appropriate for younger viewers why not encourage your kids and teens to pick up the book first then discuss it with you before you watch the movie together It s a great way to encourage reading and a little family bonding Here are some of my favorites Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll Atonement by Ian McEwan Breakfast at Tiffany s by Truman Capote Bridges of Madison County by Robert James Waller The Color Purple by Alice Walker Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella The DaVinci Code by Dan Brown The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger Dracula by Bram Stoker Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert Field of Dreams The name of the book is Shoeless Joe by W P Kinsella Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk Forrest Gump by Winston Groom The General s Daughter by Nelson DeMille Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt Must Love Dogs by Claire Cook A Perfect Storm by Sebastian Junger Practical Magic by Alice Hoffman P S I Love You by Cecelia Ahern Seabiscuit by Laura Hillenbrand Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris To Kill a Mocking Bird by Harper Lee The Wizard of Oz by L Frank Baum GREAT FOR KIDS Charlotte s Web by E B White Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs by Judi and Ron Barrett Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe by C S Lewis Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants by

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  • As Seen on TV | KristinHarmel.com
    regular on the show for years first as a book expert then as a Continue reading Tags Categories As Seen on TV General Television Appearances 2 Comments Memorial Day Travel Finger Lakes Visit Part 3 Posted on May 28 2012 by Kristin Harmel No time to visit the Finger Lakes this summer See my previous two blog posts If you can t get there right now here s how to bring it home For more links and tips head to GalTime com Tags Categories As Seen on TV General Television Appearances Travel Comments Off Memorial Day Travel Finger Lakes Visit Part 2 Posted on May 27 2012 by Kristin Harmel Yesterday I showed you a clip from The Daily Buzz of me talking about traveling to the Finger Lakes wine region Here s more plus some bonus information about how to take the trip inexpensively It s the perfect affordable summer Continue reading Tags Categories As Seen on TV Television Appearances Travel Comments Off Come to Paris with me for three minutes anyhow Posted on Jul 20 2011 by Kristin Harmel Hi friends Here s the link to my latest segment for The Daily Buzz GalTime in Paris with Kristin Harmel Tags Categories As Seen on TV General News Comments Off Avoiding Awkward Dates Posted on Jul 7 2011 by Kristin Harmel Click here to see me on the nationally syndicated morning show The Daily Buzz talking about how to avoid bad dates Tags Categories As Seen on TV General Comments Off Books Made into Movies as seen on TV Posted on Apr 22 2011 by Kristin Harmel As seen on WESH NBC s morning newscast on Friday April 22 With Water for Elephants and the upcoming Something Borrowed making big waves on the big screen and with movies such

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  • Ramona and Beezus | KristinHarmel.com
    based on the books I was thrilled despite the fact that I m no longer you know 8 But the movie based on a book that was written 55 years ago blew me away I went expecting something that would be mildly entertaining and perhaps reminiscent of my childhood but instead I cried twice and laughed so hard that I nearly choked on my popcorn It was funny and touching and I pretty much want to move to movie land and join the Quimby family As Ramona would perhaps say it reeled me in like a sea bass Consider me hooked And you know what The fact that Josh Duhamel swoon and John Corbett swoon again were sharing the screen wasn t even the best part about it although I admit they are very distracting No it was the adorable little girl who played Ramona Joey King What an incredible actress and she couldn t have been cuter It s also incredibly refreshing to see a movie geared toward kids that relies on a sweetly innocent real life storyline instead of CGI or mystic faraway worlds I love those kinds of blockbuster movies as much as the next person but I like to have my heartstrings tugged by the real world once in a while too I worry that we sometimes forget the power of a well told simple story and I m glad kids are being reminded of that I d HIGHLY recommend it I saw it with my mom perfect since she got me started on the Ramona books years ago but I d see it again in a heartbeat Okay maybe the second viewing would be primarily to gaze at Duhamel and Corbett Don t judge This entry was posted in General Stuff I like Bookmark the

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  • Kristin Harmel | KristinHarmel.com | Page 5
    Tags Categories As Seen on TV General Television Appearances Travel Comments Off Memorial Day Travel Finger Lakes Visit Part 2 Posted on May 27 2012 by Kristin Harmel Yesterday I showed you a clip from The Daily Buzz of me talking about traveling to the Finger Lakes wine region Here s more plus some bonus information about how to take the trip inexpensively It s the perfect affordable summer Continue reading Tags Categories As Seen on TV Television Appearances Travel Comments Off Memorial Day Travel Finger Lakes Visit Part 1 Posted on May 26 2012 by Kristin Harmel Did you know that the Finger Lakes wine growing region is the second largest wine producing region in the United States and one of the least expensive wine regions in the world Tune in below for my advice about how to visit Continue reading Tags Categories Travel Comments Off Foodie Fridays Creamy Polenta with Mascarpone and Toasted Almonds Posted on May 25 2012 by Kristin Harmel Last week I dined with my friends Marcie Alicia and Jen at Prato a great Italian restaurant in Winter Park a suburb of Orlando Their meatballs and pasta were incredible as was the salted caramel gelato I had for dessert Continue reading Tags Categories Foodie Fridays General Stuff I like Comments Off Wandering Wednesdays A Pre Olympic Trip to England Posted on May 23 2012 by Kristin Harmel Did you know that the modern day Olympic Games actually got their start in a rural hamlet in England Check out this segment I did for The Daily Buzz to learn more Tags Categories General Comments Off A Really Interesting New Interfaith Project Posted on May 22 2012 by Kristin Harmel I ve been thinking a lot lately about religious identity and what divides and connects us Why

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  • Get my new e-recipe book FREE!!!! | KristinHarmel.com
    or pins about it on Pinterest or posts about it on Facebook you ll receive a totally free copy of the companion ebook SIMPLE SUMMER RECIPES FROM HOME Just click here SIMPLE SUMMER RECIPES FROM HOME features 20 recipes written for THE SWEETNESS OF FORGETTING s main character Hope by her grandmother Rose Each recipe is easy and flavorful and each is introduced with a note from Rose that give you a sneak preview of the book Speaking of sneak previews the first chapter of THE SWEETNESS OF FORGETTING also appears as a bonus in the back of SIMPLE SUMMER RECIPES FROM HOME So pre order THE SWEETNESS OF FORGETTING and help me spread the word about the book today I hope you ll enjoy SIMPLE SUMMER RECIPES FROM HOME which is my thank you gift to you Thanks for your support Pins Tweets or Facebook posts must either link to the book on my web site http kristinharmel com books the sweetness of forgetting or to the book s page on amazon http www amazon com The Sweetness Forgetting Kristin Harmel dp 1451644299 ref sr 1 1 ie UTF8 qid 1336487273 sr 8 1 Click here for more details

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