Ask Judy

October 23, 2012

I’d like to give a warm welcome to guest blogger Judy Fowler.  Judy is our newest addition to the Be Well blog family.  Over the coming months Judy is going to answer your recipe and ingredient questions in our newest feature - Ask Judy!

The first question we asked Judy is -What’s a Goji berry and what can I do with it? 

Here is a bit about Judy:
Judy is a food stylist, recipe developer & tester, mom, lazy gardener and Zumba enthusiast.  She welcomes the opportunity to experiment with new food items and share her passion and creativity with her clients, family and friends.

She is the food stylist for www.canolainfo.org, www.canolarecipes.ca and www.flavoursmagazine.ca as well as many other clients.  If you have a recipe or ingredient question for Judy be sure to send it in to info@mcgacanola.org.

We can’t wait to hear from you!  Leave a question for Judy in the comment section below and you will be entered to win a Be Well prize pack (contest rules & eligibility).

What would you ask Judy?

Be Well…Jenn

 

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Jenn

Jenn

A Professional Home Economist, mom of two, avid baker and passionate about yoga. Follow Jenn on twitter @jeniferdyck.

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6 thoughts on “Ask Judy”

  1. How does one convert a recipe that uses butter, to one that uses canola oil?

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  2. Jenn

    Jenn

    25. Oct, 2012

    Great question Jeanine! We will for sure answer that one for you.

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  3. Jenn

    Jenn

    15. Nov, 2012

    We’ve posted the answer to Jeanine’s question in Ask Judy – http://canolaeatwell.com/ask-judy-canola-oil-and-baking/

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  4. Claudine

    22. Nov, 2012

    I know becoming a great food stylist comes with education and experience, but what simple tips might you offer for the typical home cook who wants their meals to look their best?

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    • Jenn

      Jenn

      11. Dec, 2012

      Great question Claudine! Stay tuned this week for the answer in our next Ask Judy.

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  5. Pam

    11. Dec, 2012

    What is the difference between dates and figs?

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