What’s cooking this holiday weekend? Labor Day picnics are just around the corner and tons of people like you are planning festive weekend fun. Not sure what food to prep? Not great with the grill? We’ve got you covered. Chef Marie Saba joins us with not only LOTS of puns from her hilarious new book, but she also shares some delicious and easy recipes to make your Labor Day picnic or get-together a success. We also chat about her career, because one of Instagram’s most famous chefs didn’t start out in the kitchen. She’ll inspire you with how she pivoted careers to focus on what she loves.
We’re continuing the food theme in our headline segment. One 27 year old spends $1,000 a week eating at restaurants. Wow! We’ll share the rest of the piece on how they allocate the rest of their food budget. We’ll also throw out the Haven Life line to an anonymous caller who wants to know how to find the right financial advisor for them. Doug will also share his trivia.
- This 27-year-old spends $1,000 a week at restaurants — and just $36 on groceries (MarketWatch)
- The cost of eating out vs. at home (Obesity Action)
Big thanks to Marie Saba for joining us today. Grab a copy of her book Don’t Worry, Be Ha-Pea: 101 Deliciously Clever Food Puns.
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Written by: Brooke Miller
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