- When a healthy diet and delicious food coexist
- A resource for learning how to make better food choices and cook nutritious, whole foods that you’re actually excited to eat
- Where the quality, nutrient-density, and origin of foods you eat matter more than their calories, point values, or fat grams
- A place to explore, learn, and weigh in on nutrition, wellness, and restaurant industry-related topics
- A collaboration between an award-winning chef and a certified health coach whose shared goal is to inspire you to eat well and feel great
As a chef, restaurateur, and cookbook author, Marco Canora promotes delicious, simple, and healthful food.
In 2003, he opened Hearth in Manhattan’s East Village, earning a strong local following and critical acclaim for his seasonal, Italian-inflected cooking. Hearth has a positive two-star review from The New York Times and a prestigious “Outstanding Restaurant” nomination from the James Beard Foundation.
Marco is also the founder of Brodo, a popular to-go window serving coffee cups of hot, nourishing bone broths. Brodo, along with the recipes in A Good Food Day, reflect his renewed attention to his health and wellness (check out the story on that in the book’s introduction). Marco’s first cookbook, Salt to Taste, was a major success and nominated for a James Beard Award in 2010.
He has been profiled in The New York Times, Food & Wine, and was a finalist on The Next Iron Chef and a judge on Chopped and Top Chef. He has also appeared on Today, Good Morning America, Martha Stewart, and Nightline. He lives in New York with his wife and two daughters.
Follow Marco on Twitter @marcocanora
Tammy is a certified health coach, cookbook writer, and wellness speaker.
Through personalized one-on-one programs, she helps her clients take the guesswork out of how and what to eat, so their food is working for them, not against them. Tammy supports them to put practical solutions into action in the context of their daily life and stick to it. Her clients form healthier habits that are realistic with a busy schedule and love of good food. To find out more about her services, visit Tammy-Walker.com.
Prior to health coaching, Tammy spent over 10 years working in New York City as a publicist for some of the most highly acclaimed chefs and restaurants in the country, including Marco Canora and Hearth, Tom Colicchio and Craft restaurants, and Michael Symon of The Chew and Food Network.
She writes for xoVain.com and is currently collaborating on two cookbooks. Tammy attended The Institute for Integrative Nutrition and is certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. She splits her time between two cities she loves, Chicago and New York.