Tuesday, July 8, 7:00-8:30.  Nina Manolson, MA, Health Coach and Psychology of Eating Coach
NinaManolson.com. Hey Sugar!

  • Do you love sweets? 
  • Do cravings lead the way when it comes to making food choices?
  • Do you want to be able to decode all the different sweeteners on the market and know which one is right for your body?

In this talk we'll dive right into sugar's sweet spot! How to have the sweets you love, while still making healthy choices. We'll talk about natural sweeteners – which ones are really good for you? We'll talk about our desire for sweets and taming cravings.  This talk is free, but we have only 60 chairs.  Sign up when you’re in the store shopping next, or give us a call at 978-371-7573.

Tickets on sale now for the Stone Soup Dinner, Sunday, September 14, Verrill Farms, 4:00 for cocktails, 5:00 for dinner.  A fun, annual eventThe farms and food establishments (this means our kitchen too) of Concord donate produce and mouth-watering food.  “Profits” from the sale of tickets go to help young farmers.  [Again, we’re looking for assorted china plates to use for the dinner. Do you have any plates to donate?  We promise to use them over and over…]  We’re letting you know about this event now so you won’t be disappointed in September when Stone Soup sells out fast…

Eat Well Be Happy, our great new cooking show on Public Access TV is airing happily in many towns (Amherst, for instance).  Not in yours?  Call and ask for Eat Well Be Happy, which is free to any public access station.  Our next shoot?  Friday, July 18th.  Four new episodes will wrap up that day. 

CEO of Wildbrine (one of our fabulous cultured veggie companies) Christopher Glab wrote: “We love Debra’s Natural Gourmet.  I visited your great store about two years ago; there is a great community feel to your store.    People often think Paul Revere was riding to Concord to reach and warn the Massachusetts Provincial Congress.  I firmly believe, instead, he was trying to get to Debra’s !”