Thanks to the overwhelming response to the airing of Syndrome W on the Rachel Ray Show, Syndrome W is now in its third printing. Demand in August resulted in sales of more than 4000 copies to interested women across the US and abroad. The overwhelming demand resulted in the book being temporarily out of stock, but we are happy to announce that Syndrome W is now available for immediate delivery on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and IndieBound.org.
Due to overwhelming demand following the Rachel Ray appearance the book is temporarily out of stock. It is being reprinted and you can backorder your copy at Amazon.com or preferred ook retailer now. Your order will be filled as soon as stock has been replenished. The publisher expects the next printing to begin shipping in the next 2-3 weeks. We appreciate your interest and your patience.
Just wanted to share news that my appearance on the Rachel Ray Show airing tomorrow. What fun to transition from the serious side of science to an “On the media” op in the all orange world of Rachael Ray. You can see the appearance here.
This recipe was given to me by Allana Smith of Larkspur in Vail, Colorado. Allana grew up in upstate New York, where the family’s large summer garden yielded vegetables for the root cellar and fruits for Dad’s canning to soften long, harsh Buffalo winters. Her culinary skills were nurtured by her grandmother, who taught her the pleasures and treasures of the hearth, especially kuchen, cookies, and candy-making. She also benefited from her parents’ elementary-school classroom projects, making root beer and Easter chocolates from scratch.
This recipe is courtesy of Joe Di Mauro and John Everin of Mount Kisco Sea Food. Joe Di Mauro grew up in Bedford, New York. Initially trained in marketing, he combined a day job (advertising director of Westchester’s largest newspaper chain) with weekend forays behind his buddy’s fish counter before he bought Mount Kisco Seafood in the late seventies.