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Andrea Lynn
Works at Culinary Consultant: Food Writer, Recipe Developer, Recipe Tester, etc; author of The I Love Trader Joe's College Cookbook; and fried chicken fanatic. http://andrealynnfoodwriter.com
Attended Agnes Scott College
Lives in NYC
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Food Writer, Recipe Developer/ Tester, Cookbook Author.
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  • Culinary Consultant: Food Writer, Recipe Developer, Recipe Tester, etc; author of The I Love Trader Joe's College Cookbook; and fried chicken fanatic. http://andrealynnfoodwriter.com
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Andrea Lynn: fried chicken fanatic, golden raisin hater, cookbook author.
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  • Agnes Scott College
  • Institute of Culinary Education
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Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
I always thought I should get my dog trained (there were barking and walking issues galore) but the price concerned me. What if I tried it and it was a money-waster? So when there was a summer sale on the dog training at NY Dog Nanny, I jumped on it. It's been amazing. My one regret is that I should have done this years ago. Ryan (the trainer) is nice and non-judgmental. He helped me realize that the dog gets away with the behavior because I allowed it and patiently taught me on how to reverse this. As a result, I have a pretty well-behaved dog. Ryan says dogs want to behave well and be praised, they're just getting mixed messages on how to do that. It's been such a eye-opener. Also, I took my doggie darling to a cookout this past weekend where she patiently sat where everyone ate burgers and hot dogs around her. She wasn't barking crazily thinking she should be eating too. Words can't describe how big of an improvement this is for her! Trust me, it's huge.
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