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Pasta with Roasted Cauliflower & Lemon-Parmesan Breadcrumbs


pasta with roasted cauliflower & lemon-parmesan breadcrumbs


I’m a published author. Yesterday was a whirlwind, lemme tellya. So many wonderful things happened, so much love came my way, I can hardly express my gratitude. But at the same time, I was eyeballs-deep in a revision on a story for my dream publication (details on that when it’s published) so I could barely come up for air.

I’ll share all my Deep Thoughts about the day later, when I can process things a little more clearly. But for now, at least, the whirlwind continues: At 7AM I did a radio interview with Dr. Alvin Jones (who referred to me as an “internationally bestselling author,” god love him), so listen for that. And in a little while I head over to NY1’s TV studio, to do a cooking demo based on my Nutritious Nibbles chapter. Chocolate Dipped Frozen Bananas, Super-Quick Guacamole, Quickie Hummus, Baked Sweet Potato Chips, and Curry Roasted Chickpeas, anyone? So, yeah. Whirlwind.

Another thing that happened yesterday: My dear, lovely friend Winnie Abramson, who writes the unbelievably gorgeous blog Healthy Green Kitchen (go, subscribe right this minute!), invited me to write a guest post for her. Rather than reproducing something from the book, I gave her a brand-new recipe, one that’s just as easy as it is scrumptious. Pasta with Roasted Cauliflower & Lemon-Parmesan Breadcrumbs.

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  1. Barbara J Marion

    Your Mom Lois is so proud of you Debbie.

    Would like to order two books from you. One for me and one for my friend Brenda. Would love it better if they were both autographed too please.

    Your publisher needs to print some more books. My guess is that they miscalculated the power of the internet !!

    Hugs and Mazel Tov !!

    1. Debbie Koenig

      Thanks, Barbara! I’d be happy to sign a pair of bookplates for you, which you can stick in the books. I don’t actually sell them myself, so I don’t have the capacity to sign & deliver them! Best thing to do is to go to your favorite bookstore & ask them to order it, if they don’t already carry it. Or shop online, if that’s easier… Again, THANKS!

  2. Barbara J Marion

    Just another idea, but since Anderson Cooper is almost next door to you, how about you doing a small segment on his show. Get your manager or publisher to go to bat for you. I think you are a natural for the little screen !!
    Cheers from Medicine Hat, Alberta

  3. Barbara J Marion

    As the noted Kabbalist, the ARI (1534-1572) explains, “When G-d exhales, He ‘exhales’ from his innermost being. Furthermore, once this breath is breathed into man, it cannot be severed from Him.” Thus man is a vessel that contains G-d’s breath of life and he retains a direct connection to the Infinite G-d. As a vessel, he can definitely reflect that “breath” – that is, the energy that it contains. In this way, man is a personal repository of enormous, near-infinite potential.
    I believe that if you want something badly enough, you have the potential to make it happen.

  4. Katie Workman

    You are published!!! So cool! Congratulations, big time. I am waiting for my copy of your book to arrive from Amazon. After your initial whirlwind, let’s do another coffee and celebrate/commiserate/compare notes……let me know what works for you.

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