"Being moms doesn’t mean we stop being women."
Whether the perfect balance exists or not, one thing is clear: it is all part of the journey. Decide what is most important to you and make it the priority. For me, balance happens when I am present; when I am having fun while still striving, and when I am able to marry my priorities with my passions.
And she hated it.
There has been a flurry of debate in recent years over the attention given to women chefs and restaurateurs -- from Food & Wine's women issue to Time's noticeably non-female "Gods of Food" article to the empowering Cherry Bombe -- but there is no monolith of opinions on the topic.
Food, according to Hall, is the biggest and best tent we can, and should, all gather under to digest the events of the day, share a laugh or three, and plan out a clever course for tomorrow.
And Michael Symon as Sporty Spice is not a sight we need to see again.
Daphne Oz, daughter of Dr. Oz, talks about having to hear him talk about orgasms and poop.
Can Katie save the day, or is ABC's daytime lineup -- once the most robust at any network -- doomed to a future of mediocrity?
Making his way into the limelight through his Food Network shows, restaurant ownership, many cookbooks, and now his spot on ABC's daytime cooking talk show "The Chew," chef Mario Batali has quickly become a household name. But where does this former (he's not on the show anymore) Iron Chef love to eat when he's not cooking for himself and the public?
He's a star on The Chew, a beloved Iron Chef and one of the most passionate carnivorous chefs out there. Chef Symon fills us in on how he's embracing his inner veggie and shares two favorite Meatless Monday recipes -- Swiss Chard Ravioli and Eggplant Dip with Homemade Flatbread.