What are the secret ingredients to a healthy kitchen?
You probably don’t want to ask your doctor, because they don’t learn much about cooking or nutrition in Med School . . . yet.
I just got back from New Orleans where Tulane’s Tim Harlan is trying to change that with a Culinary Medicine program that's teaching doctors across the country how to cook and how to advise their patients.
Now it’s hard to get as excited about mushrooms, onions, tomatoes and carrots as these folks seem to be, but it’s easy to get behind healthier eating. Here’s an "Essentials" checklist to help you stock your kitchen and get back on track.
But if you have to be on Bourbon Street anyway, feel free to leave the carrots at home and live it up.