Press Play and take a little video walk with me. And think about this: if you run or walk a lot, you're less likely to gain weight from holiday meat-eating extravaganzas. I'll tell you about this new research while we're walking.
If you're traveling, you'll have enough on your mind. So give your body a break. Because something ought to be relaxed when you arrive. Some stretches for the car, the plane and the rest stop. Have a Slower Saner holiday.
It's all right here. Independence Hall. The Liberty Bell. The "Rocky" Steps. Roast pork. Have a blast, burn 2,000 calories in 4 - 5 hours along the 12.5-mile Way. Eat and drink Way less than 2,000 calories of great stuff. Click for the map and menu.
Yes, it's a mouthful in every Way. A new comfort food. A big slice is a small meal in itself. Slightly tart and very sweet at the same time. The cornbread is rich but light. Breakfast, lunch or dinner for $1.
This is what I want the day after Thanksgiving. It's easy. It's mouth-and-soul-warming. It's got exotic flavors and aromas laced through a sweetly familiar, comfortable squash soup.
What a crazy way this is to eat an apple. But, then, what's it like to be the apple? This'll slow you down. Whether you're an apple or a human. Just Press Play.
This could be your Thanksgiving dessert. Rich but not heavy. Satisfying and seductive, not Spartan. A fill-the-mouth and warm-the-soul fruit and cheese course.
A great Way to burn more calories than you swallow in a full day of sightseeing. More than 2,000 calories burned. In 8 hours or less. About 17 miles. And 3 great meals.
Delicious and beautiful. 50 cents per serving. If a gratin sounds like something you shouldn't try to do at home by yourself, the sound's deceiving. Click. Tasting is believing.
For dinner. Shockingly delicious. The roasted garlic is a big part of it. But it's the combination with the dark, herbaceous kale that really surprised me. I don't know why this isn't a national dish somewhere. $3. Serves 6.