Tuesday, January 11, 2011

1/12 Stars of $*#& My Dad Says, Monica Potter, Comfort Food Diet

1/12 Stars of $*#& My Dad Says, Monica Potter, Comfort Food Diet

Will Sasso and Nicole Sullivan, stars of $*#& My Dad Says talk with Erik Hines and Michael Horn about all the secrets behind the scenes of this popular show!

$#*! My Dad Says (pronounced as "Bleep My Dad Says") is an American televisionsitcom produced by Warner Bros. Television and airing on CBS. It is based on the Twitterfeed Shit My Dad Says, created by Justin Halpern and consisting of quotes from his father, Sam. The show premiered on September 23, 2010, and airs on Thursdays at 8:30 pm/7:30 pm Central.

Monica Potter stops by the studio to talk about her NBC’s Parenthood and American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women and Campbell Soup Company, as part of this year’s Go Red For Women “AdDress Your Heart” Campaign.

Over the course of Monica Potter’s 15-year acting career, the Cleveland-born actress has divided her time between the big screen, with projects like Con Air and Along Came a Spider, and the small screen, with series Boston Legal and Trust Me.

Diane Werner – The comfort food diet cookbook – author

The Taste of Home Comfort Food Diet Cookbook: New Family Classics Collection is about realistic portions combined with exceptional taste to put pleasure back in healthy eating without sacrificing quality or satisfaction. Three complete meals and two snacks for a total of 1400 calories and combined with common sense advice like watch your portion sizes and exercise. Every recipe lists nutrition facts including calorie counts and diabetic exchanges when appropriate. And to inspire and show how the diet part really works, there are testimonials and photos from actual Comfort Food Diet dieters.

Simply put, losing weight has never been easier or tastier. The Taste of Home Comfort Food Diet Cookbook: New Family Classics Collection is not about what families can't eat and have to give up but what they can and want to eat all day long. It covers every part of the day: breakfast, lunch, and dinner plus side dishes, snacks, beverages, and of course, desserts like Chocolate Pudding Sandwiches, Mini Apple Strudels, Makeover Toffee Crunch Dessert, and Ice Cream Sandwiches. And the six-week meal plan for success takes planning off your shoulders and counts up calories for you. There are notes on exercise, tips on dining out, and even a "buy this...instead of that" section to help readers make nutritious selections at the grocery store (like comparing chips and salsa to potato chips and dip or tub margarine to stick margarine). All that PLUS a free subscription to Healthy Cooking magazine.

Speaking for the team of dietitians, home economists, and editors, who tested and vetted every recipe for flavor and nutritional content, Taste of Home's Food Director Diane Werner, RD, said: "So many of our readers lost 15 to 20 pounds and much more with our sensible, affordable, and delicious approach to eating right and losing weight. Our goal in this volume was to build on the overwhelming success of the first Comfort Food Diet Cookbook. Now we want to get whole families enjoying the foods they love without all of the calories and fat they normally contain— delicious foods that are fit and fit your family and satisfy."

Whether you need to manage your weight, manage your health, or just want to feel and look your best without giving up the foods you and your gang love to eat, The Taste of Home Comfort Food Diet Cookbook: New Family Classics Collection.

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