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Anne Coleman
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Attends Dr. Sears Wellness Institute
Lives in Bethlehem, Pa
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Healthy with Anne
Here it is! My newest endeavor, Healthy with Anne. I recently got burned out caring for others at my jobs (because the caring at home never ends!) and decided to go in a different direction, I signed up for a few online courses, pulled my entire life's expe...
Here it is! My newest endeavor, Healthy with Anne. I recently got burned out caring for others at my jobs (because the caring at home never ends!) and decided to go in a different direction, I signed up for a few online cours...
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Money Saving Ingredient Substitutions
Quick blurb from me - I haven't done one of those in a while - about one of my favorite topics; Saving Money! Not only are these subs cost friendly, several of them are flat-out healthier! Keep this list on-hand for times when you're in the middle of cookin...
Quick blurb from me - I haven't done one of those in a while - about one of my favorite topics; Saving Money! Not only are these subs cost friendly, several of them are flat-out healthier! Keep this list on-hand for times whe...
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Peach Cobbler
Peach Cobbler It's just about peach time! Peak time for fresh peaches is usually July in most states, but they're out there as early as May. Choose fruit that yield to slight pressure but aren't mushy and try to avoid hard peaches. All the flavor and sweetn...
Peach Cobbler It's just about peach time! Peak time for fresh peaches is usually July in most states, but they're out there as early as May. Choose fruit that yield to slight pressure but aren't mushy and try to avoid hard pe...
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Turkey Waldorf Salad
Turkey Waldorf Salad I remember this stuff as a kid - it was a big deal in the 1970's it seems. I don't recall it with any type of protein, however. I added leftover turkey to mine, but you can surely use chicken or even shrimp! Leftover turkey is already c...
Turkey Waldorf Salad I remember this stuff as a kid - it was a big deal in the 1970's it seems. I don't recall it with any type of protein, however. I added leftover turkey to mine, but you can surely use chicken or even shri...
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I've been a gardener for quite some time now (check out my gardening posts!) and that includes growing my own herbs each year, as well. Herbs are one of the easiest things to grow, outside, inside, in pots, in the ground. Man...
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Here it is! My newest endeavor, Healthy with Anne. I recently got burned out caring for others at my jobs (because the caring at home never ends!) and decided to go in a different direction, I signed up for a few online cours...
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Turkey Waldorf Salad I remember this stuff as a kid - it was a big deal in the 1970's it seems. I don't recall it with any type of protein, however. I added leftover turkey to mine, but you can surely use chicken or even shri...
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Herbed Cheese Crackers This cheese and herb business isn't over yet. I first made these a really long time ago - like, 20 or so years - and loved them each time. I can't keep them longer than a day around here and they're so ...
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Herby Cheesy Goodness
I've been a gardener for quite some time now ( check out my gardening posts !) and that includes growing my own herbs each year, as well. Herbs are one of the easiest things to grow, outside, inside, in pots, in the ground. Many are really rather hearty and...
I've been a gardener for quite some time now (check out my gardening posts!) and that includes growing my own herbs each year, as well. Herbs are one of the easiest things to grow, outside, inside, in pots, in the ground. Man...
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Freelance Food Writer, Recipe Developer, Food Photographer, Health Coach
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Writing, Photography, Recipe Development, Cooking, Health Coaching, Child Rearing, Genetic Replication
Employment
  • Cooking with Anne
    Owner, 2005 - present
    Food blogger and photographer.
  • Healthy with Anne
    Owner, 2016 - present
    Health Coach teaching L.E.A.N. Principles
  • Community Services Group
    Residential Supervisor/Direct Support Professional, 2011 - 2015
  • Disney Family.com and Spoonful.com
    Freelance Food Writer, Recipe Developer, Food Photographer, 2007 - 2012
  • BlogCatalog
    2010 - 2011
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Bethlehem, Pa
Previously
Bethlehem, Pa
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7 kids. Too much to do. Never enough time.
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Mom of 7, Chef and frugal cooking authority, Health Coach. Eat well or die trying. 
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Mom to 7, Specialized Diploma in Culinary Arts, Certified Health Coach, First Aid/AED/CPR Instructor, Former Recipe Developer and Photographer for Disney and other Online Venues
Education
  • Dr. Sears Wellness Institute
    Certified Health Coach, 2016 - present
  • Northampton Community College
    Culinary Arts, 1993 - 1994
  • Centers for Business and Industry
    Health, Wellness and Nutrition, 2016 - 2016
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I had the pleasure of staying mid-week for my birthday in August 2015. I didn't have a weekend to spare, so my fiancee found the mid-week special and we spent a single night. I so wish after that first night that I had an entire to week to stay! We had a small glitch when we first got there. When you reserve online you're reserving a certain class of room and not the room the photos are for. After seeing the first room we simply called to the front desk and they came up and moved us to a different room after we explained what we were expecting. No arguments, no problem. Our room was GORGEOUS. The room overlooked the pool and part of the grounds, there was a very large two-person Jacuzzi, a generous sitting area, very large tiled shower and a super-comfy bed with the most luxurious and comfortable sheets I've ever slept in. In fact, we attempted to find them after we left, to no avail, sadly. Our stay came with dinner and it was just perfection. I think sent every course through Instagram, it wasn't just delicious, it was beautiful. Our waitress was very knowledgeable about every dish we had questions about and the front desk was completely with it and didn't miss a beat! I really want to stay again so I can hike the trails there and check out the gardens, not to mention trying everything on the menu and sleeping those sheets again! Thanks so much for a wonderful birthday stay!
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
This was a comped room with a company I work with that sent me to the NYCWFF. The hotel is very pretty, the lobby is quite grand and there's a mix of old and new as far a decor goes, which makes it very interesting. The lobby is very dark and there was no signage for the different restaurants and bars there. The elevators didn't seem to take as long as other reviewers have said, but they are quite claustrophobic once you're in them. The rooms are very no-frills, so if you're looking for room service, a microwave, coffee maker etc., you'll need to look elsewhere. There is a small ironing board (you couldn't fit more) and iron and a hair dryer and Malin & Goetz beauty products. YES the rooms are postage-stamp small, but it is NYC. I wasn't thrilled with the window in the shower, especially the fact that the curtain is outside the window and quite sheer. The room was clean, the bedding was clean and when we asked for different pillows (my fiancée is allergic to down) there was no issue in getting new ones. The staff was friendly and helpful, not overly attentive, but definitely not snobby or uncaring as some have said. The bed was also very comfortable. If there were just a few more amenities I would be more than happy to stay again, however as it stands I would choose something else the next time I'm in the city.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Best hoagies around! Super friendly people, a real gem in the valley that you MUST see.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Three meals in three days and each was perfection. Their breakfast is one of the best I've ever had - the potatoes are to-die-for. The salmon meuniere served with homemade gnocchi and grilled asparagus was spot-on delicious. The fried calamari and smoked tomato aioli ... just wow. The waitstaff is friendly and very knowledgeable and the prices are reasonable for what you're getting. Stop in if you're in Lahaska or anywhere within 50 miles!
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Thanks for the hospitality! We stayed at the Hudson across the street during the NYCWFF and came in for dinner one night and breakfast the next. HUGE food and wonderful, personable service. The waitstaff were very attentive and nice. The moussaka and eggs benedict were beautiful and SO big. I took food back to the hotel. My fiancee also enjoyed the veal parm and eggs and sausage the next morning. I'm pretty sure the next time I'm in the city near Central Park I'll be stopping in!
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Don't bother wasting your time or precious money here. The owner is a liar. I bought a car from them and within 3 weeks had a $1000 repair which they informed me they would help with because the CARS Warranty didn't cover it - shocking, they did NOT help. He tells me 4 weeks later he was "Waiting for you to get back to me" when the last conversation I had with him was that he would call ME. Did he think I sat without a car for 4 weeks? Also - the registration was done incorrectly and I've been driving around with an expired plate because they did it wrong. When I called to tell them this he tried to argue the point and tell me my registration was good. Well, not according to the DMV who I had JUST called and they told me it was expired. What a bunch of crooks.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
This was one of the best sandwiches I've ever had! YES, in a gas station! Perfect bread and cold cuts, crisp lettuce - it wasn't the usual plastic-wrapped soggy stuff you find in most stations. This was fresh made and the rest of the food looked awesome as well. I'll be back for more soon!
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago