Spring 2017 Issue

The new issue is in the mail and at local businesses! Spring 2017 Issue   OutLook by the Bay publishes 17,000 copies per issue, mailing 12,000 to targeted households with an additional 5,000 distributed throughout the Bay area at the following locations: doctors’ offices, hospitals, senior centers, real estate offices, bookstores, health and fitness centers, tennis […]

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Early Spring 2017 Issue

The new issue is in the mail and at local businesses! Early Spring 2017 Issue OutLook by the Bay publishes 17,000 copies per issue, mailing 12,000 to targeted households with an additional 5,000 distributed throughout the Bay area at the following locations: doctors’ offices, hospitals, senior centers, real estate offices, bookstores, health and fitness centers, tennis […]

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Fall 2016 Issue

The new issue is in the mail and at local businesses! Fall 2016 OutLook by the Bay publishes 17,000 copies per issue, mailing 12,000 to targeted households with an additional 5,000 distributed throughout the Bay area at the following locations: doctors’ offices, hospitals, senior centers, real estate offices, bookstores, health and fitness centers, tennis clubs, various […]

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Ask the Undertaker

ASK THE UNDERTAKER Welcome to a Remembrance Tribute “…I do not care what happens to this body. It is simply an empty house. And I do not need a grave for my family to visit and pay homage. My mother was buried in 1982. I have not been to her grave five times. She knew […]

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7 Loving Ways to Leave a Legacy

7 Loving Ways to Leave a Legacy By Victoria Duncan How will you be remembered? When you think of a legacy, you may envision a stately, brick building at our local hospital sporting the name of a well-heeled donor; a generous scholarship fund set up in memory of a lost loved one; or a recreational […]

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Store Your Fruits and Veggies this Fall

Store Your Fruits and Veggies this Fall By Leah Lancione If you grow your own fruits and vegetables, or even if you don’t have a garden but like to eat locally-grown produce, it’s best to harvest and eat it when it is fresh and in season. Consequently, it’s a smart idea to store this fresh […]

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Spend the Day at an Apple Orchard

SPEND THE DAY AT AN APPLE ORCHARD By Joanne R. Alloway      Just imagine biting into a crisp, red juicy apple straight off the tree. Better yet, how about bringing home a peck or a half-peck of different varieties of Fall’s delicious apples? Apples can be effectively stored for several months if you are […]

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DIETING DELICIOUSLY

DIETING DELICIOUSLY By Louise Whiteside             If you’re like me, you can remember a day when dieting meant bland, uninteresting foods and plenty of forbidden fare. You were warned not to eat (or to limit severely) sugars, fats, simple carbohydrates, and basically, all the ingredients that made food taste good. A diet in years gone […]

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Cioppino

Cioppino By Mac Millhone Serves 4 to 6 San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf is famous for many interesting things. Considered its most original food item is Cioppino. The story goes that the early fishermen, mostly Italian and Portuguese, would make a communal meal with parts of their catch to share at the end of the work […]

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Parsley Past and Present

Parsley Past and Present By Barbara Aiken About that emerald green, magical herb in your garden. Where did it all begin, how is it used today? Parsley, the underutilized and oversimplified herb, is the most popular in the world.  Is that an oxymoron; well, yes and no. Parsley has earned the highest award in the […]

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Let’s Make Dinner with Mac Millhone

Let’s Make Dinner with Mac Millhone Spring Lamb Stew Serves six Spring brings us a bunch or great things, not the least of which is Navarin or Spring lamb stew. Simmering tender lamb slowly with young vegetables until it is fork-tender and totally delicious is an art practiced around the world. As you might have […]

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What’s All the Buzz About?

What’s All the Buzz About? By Melissa Conroy There is no glamorous way of getting around this fact: Honey is essentially bee spit. This miraculous process starts when honeybees vacuum up nectar from flowers and store it in their “honey stomach” (one of two stomachs) where enzymes get to work converting it. This honey stomach […]

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Eat Clean in 2015

Eat Clean In 2015 By Leah Lancione Now that 2015 is well underway, if you haven’t dedicated yourself to a resolution to eat healthier, maybe now is the time to make a late start on that commitment. The decision to eat “clean” is a pledge that will show results in no time. Your arteries, joints, […]

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Eggs Are Egg-cellent!

 Eggs Are Egg-cellent! By Melissa Conroy Got heart disease? High cholesterol? Blood pressure issues? If so, breakfast for you may mean pouring some Egg Beaters (a blend of egg whites, xanthan gum and other additives) into a skillet or foregoing eggs all together. Eggs have long gotten a bad rap, and many people limit their […]

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The Many Uses of Coconut Oil

The Many Uses of Coconut Oil By Leah Lancione For years, health experts have touted the benefits of extra virgin olive oil. But now it seems that the more we read the more apparent it is that coconut oil is the overachiever. This health food is versatile because it can be used for cooking, natural […]

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Only Three Ingredients?

ONLY THREE INGREDIENTS? By Louise Whiteside             That’s right — only three ingredients each to prepare an appetizer, a soup, a salad, an entree or even a dessert to be proud of! You may have thought that meal preparation couldn’t get any easier with all the modern appliances and quick cooking methods available. But did […]

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Let’s Make Dinner: Osso Bucco

Let’s Make Dinner: Osso Bucco By Mac Millhone Serves four   ~  Osso bucco. A dramatic way to say veal shanks. It means ‘hole in the bone.” I think it loses way too much in translation. Some of the most flavorful cuts of meat are disguised as tough and hard to work with. Trust the force here. […]

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Yogurt: Healthy or Not?

Yogurt: Healthy or Not? By Melissa Conroy When searching for a tasty, nutritious snack, many people reach for a carton of yogurt. Yogurt has long enjoyed a reputation as a healthy, delicious food. Full of protein, calcium and probiotics, yogurt is a great way to start your morning or tide you over until dinner. Or […]

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Shrimply Delicious

Shrimply Delicious By Joan Amundsen Did someone mention shrimp for dinner? I love shrimp. When I think about it, I can almost taste that succulent, hot and juicy sautéed shrimp that has been bathed in a garlicky lemon sauce, or icy cold shrimp, dipped in the spiced up cocktail sauce that my dad was so […]

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Grams Versus Teaspoons

Grams Versus Teaspoons By Melissa Conroy America’s nonsensical measuring system is a favorite topic of ridicule in other countries. France, Spain, Canada and other nations have their liters, milliliters, meters, grams and other standardized forms of measurement. In contrast, Americans have to grapple with ounces, gallons, miles, yards and cups, making each measurement attempt an […]

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