The Democratic National Convention is over and my mind is really spinning. The amount of information I’ve learned and discovered about our leaders in Washington and what they think regarding our food policy here in America is mind blowing.
Until I get all my thoughts, notes, etc. organized, I want to share the special shake recipe I made for WCNC – NBC News Channel 6 last week when they came to my home for breakfast to interview me about being an elected North Carolina delegate to the DNC.
It’s a new version of the infamous Hari Shake (Hari, my last name, means green in Hindi) and it’s by far my favorite these days. This recipe tastes like a sweet tart (you know, the candy from Willy Wonka) that I haven’t had in years.
To my surprise both the camera man and reporter Ann Sheridan drank their entire shake. They didn’t leave a single drop, which of course left a huge smile on my face and a lasting impression about the impact one can have on changing people’s impression about eating healthy food.
Come inside my kitchen, watch the video and read the whole story here:
WCNC NBC News Channel 6: Food Blogger and DNC Delegate Hopes to Get Obama’s Attention (August 29, 2012)
- 2 cups kale removed from stem
- 2 large stalks of celery chopped
- ½ cucumber chopped
- ⅓ grapefruit
- 1 cup frozen pineapple
- 6 ounces of water
- Wash all vegetables thoroughly and place into a large bowl
- Add 6 ounces of water into a blender with celery, cucumber, and grapefruit
- Blend for 30 secs until just incorporated
- Add all other ingredients and keep blending for another 30 secs – 1min
I have a feeling you will really love this combination as much as I do – please let me know if you try it.
It’s been a wild week – Thank you for all your support and love. I totally feel it.
P.S. Check out more recent press below -
The Washington Times: Delegate’s front-row seat a bully pulpit on what we eat (September 5, 2012)
WLOS News 13 – ABC: The Politics Of Food (September 4, 2012)
Lawyers Weekly: The lonely protester: While everyone else is talking about Wall Street, one NC delegate is focused on food (September 3, 2012)