The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 14, 1995 · Page 52
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Continued from Page 10 incompatible eaters. Randy Shoemaker wanted three squares; son Paul, 11, loved junk food; daughter Kasey, 13, ate vegetarian; mom Kristie Seibold dieted. The only meal everyone liked: spaghetti with tomato sauce. Their diets lacked calcium, fiber and diversity. Today: "The visit got us focused more on nutrition and set this year's agenda," says Kristie, who now posts a weekday menu calendar. "At least it's in the house, and any of the four of us can get dinner started," she says. "And I'm really spending no more time in the kitchen, because I'm not standing there staring, wondering what to feed us." Kasey and Kristie attended a lecture on balancing vege- Families balance busy lives and nutrition and correct poor eating habits tarian diets. A big help: Better Homes & Gardens New Dieter's Cookbook. Says Kasey, "We go through it and pick out things that everyone will eat": vegetable baked rice, fruit salad, spinach noodles, and pasta and vegetable salads. "We have a lot more common ground — at least three of us will eat these new dishes." Public Speaking Made Easy... And Fun! Exciting New Book Reveals RATHER DIE THAN A Everything you wanted to know.. But were too scared to ask! IDEAL FOR 'Clubs -Church •Scouts »PTA •Business •High School/College Speech Students •Political Meetings SPEECH POWER Say goodbye to the wobbly knees, the fluttery heartbeat, the familiar 'scared speechless' feeling. Now you can learn to present fantastic, effective speeches - and enjoy every moment of it. Here's how to get 'psyched up'... do research... be a lively, interesting speaker... and much more. This brand-new book is a goldmine of information for beginners and pros alike. EXPRESS YOURSELF Folks like Churchill and J.F.K knew the secrets of speech power, and you can too. Hardbound book, 178 pages, by renowned expert Michael Klepper. You'll love your newfound confidence... Order today! HERE'S HOW TO ORDER: Please specify "I'd Rather Die Than Give A Speech" Book-(Item #W537) Along with your name, address, and full zip code, enclose $14.95 plus $2.95 postage and handling per book. Make check/M.O. payable to, and mail to: Elizabeth Kaye Collection, Dept.ID-7 Box 9001 Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724-9001 NJ residents please add sales tax. Credit cards welcome- Visa or MasterCard. Include card name, account number, and expiration date. Thank you for your order. 30-DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE Fulfillment: G & C Associates Please allow up to 4-6 weeks for delivery. • BUSY COUPLE: 'OUR MIND-SET HAS CHANGED 1 Before: Alice and Mark Lee's busy careers in Houston meant skipped breakfasts, power bars for lunch and fast-food at 9:30 p.m. Eating-out expenses were excessive. Neither really knew how to cook. Today: "Our mind-set has changed: We are eating many more meals at home," Alice reports. "First we look at our weekly schedule to decide what meals we'll be home to eat. Then we decide what we want to eat, and that becomes the shopping list." They make large quantities of a dish on the weekends, and reheat leftovers on hectic work nights. Their new repertoire includes lasagna, corned beef and cabbage, chicken soup with watercress, and more stir-fried dishes. A salad spinner means more salads, and a slow-cooker gets regular use for stews and soup. • FAMILY CRUISES OUT OF A RUT Before: The Hogans of Rexford, N.Y., had a very low-fat, low-taste diet since dad Pete's heart attack at age 44, in 1992. He avoided eating out because of unknown fat. Kathy wanted easy new dishes. Sons Matt, 18, and Ryan, 16, needed high-energy snacks. Today: On a 25th wedding anniversary cruise, Pete easily navigated calories-be-damned meals. He simply used the cruise line's "Heart Healthy" menu. In home port, Kathy praises Evelyn Tribole's Healthy Home-Style Cooking. "The food is very appealing ... everyday, ordinary foods like beef stew and chicken divan, and there is a nutritional breakdown on each recipe. We are still a family of traditional eaters." ca YOU CAN WIN A FOOD MAKEOVER, TOO «fB be $ USA WEEKEND GET FREE HELP frMlUNEEKND, you sUmp? Spend too much? • Btsta down-tome). M CNN's "On the • (**«* pJLET Saturdays). yourself in •p to 250 words KMpitspMMc.TeHiM: • Whh M: What problems do you need to overcome? What stands in your way? • U^^udtaU M^MIK Unui •M^H^WMINH MHMMl^pb | IVW many people? How old? Any specific dietary concerns? .Do (three squares a day, deter, meal-skipper, vegetarian, fast-foodjunkie). • F>§ MMM, daytime telephone number and home address, with the ZH> code, • A rant Mprintof your household. (Meant be returned.) • • • • -• • • •_.'• ••••••••• WU.BYJIK12TO: Va. 222294012 Anyone is el^bte except employees of USA WEEKEND and CNN or their families. If you are chosen, a reporter and a registered dietitian will visit your home this summer. ' 12 USA WEEKEND • May 12-14. IW5

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