The Culinary Cure™ Press
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Television Segments on 6 ABC’s Good Morning Washington, Seven on Your Side, and Fox5 Morning
As Featured In
“Moms Stay Home When Kids Enter Teen Years” March 10 By ABC NEWS
Alexandria Living Magazine
“How to enjoy eating out without feeling guilty” by Beth Lawton | 02.02.20
“My Kitchen Intervention” by Paige Patterson | 03.13.19
“street style: kristen coffield” by Susan Neithamer | 03.25.16
“Three Healthy Tips” by Paige Patterson | 02.28.20
“Ep. 28: Kristen Coffield – Try These Kitchen Interventions For Big Impact – The Culinary Cure” Podcast and information about Kristen Coffield | 01.17.19
Catherine Grace O’Connell
“Kristen Coffield – The Modern Midlife Culinary Disruptor! MMM#12 S2E5” Podcast with Catherine Grace O’Connell | March 26, 2020
“Mind Muse Podcast Episode 8: Eating Intentionally as a Competitive Advantage with Kristen Coffield” Podcast with Christie Turley | 2020
“Recipes for Thanksgiving Day dinner that won’t kill your diet” by Tina Irizarry
“Kitchen Intervention: Start spring off with an organized and healthy kitchen” APRIL 05, 2017 by TINA IRIZARRY
“Where & what local nutritionists eat when they eat out” JUNE 02, 2017 by TINA IRIZARRY
“I’m only going to eat what a health coach tells me to for 30 days” APRIL 11, 2017 by Tina Irizarry
“I ate only what a health coach told me to for 30 days” MAY 31, 2017 by Tina Irizarry
Fox 5 News Morning
“Dirty Wine” Segment on 03/30/19 featuring Kristen Coffield
Health Gig Podcast
Try These Kitchen Interventions for Big Impact May 28, 2019, Podcast episode #28 with Health Gig featuring Kristen Coffield
I AM CEO
In the Groove
5 Things You Need To Know Before Drinking That Glass of Wine Article Featured April 11, 2019 on In The Groove
The Pro-Age Woman
Chic Spotlight July 2019, Article featuring Kristen Coffield
Inn chefs are served dinner for once December 14, 2018, Article featuring Kristen Coffield
She Said / She Said Podcast
She Said / She Said Podcast February 5, 2019, Podcast with Laura Cox Kaplan featuring Kristen Coffield
About Kristen Coffield March 2018, Published on Thrive Global
Do You Need A Kitchen Intervention? August 15, 2018, Published on Thrive Global
In A Rut? Declutter Something. July 5, 2018, Published on Thrive Global
Thriving in Chaos with Paulette Gloria Rigo by Better Divorce Academy
Ep. 38 Kristen Coffield: Is what you eat, eating you? Podcast, January 31, 2020
Women Chefs & Restauranteurs
“Kristen Coffield: Recipes with Avocado as the star of the dish at the Culinary Cure.” Mention in WCR | Women Chefs & Restaurateurs Newsletter – June 28, 2018
“No Filter Needed When You Eat the Rainbow” – @theculinarycure
See Kristen Coffield’s quote displayed on this healthy inspirational video created by Women’s Health. #WHStrong Spotlight. Videos/Imagery supplied by Getty.
Working Mother – Google Books
Vol. 23, No. 8 Sep 2000, Published by Working Mother Media
7OYS: Halloween candy and the price we pay for eating it Friday, Oct. 26, 2018, Segment and article featuring Kristen Coffield
7OYS: Panini Generation Winter 2019, Segment featuring Kristen Coffield
7OYS: Building Resiliency Winter 2019, Segment featuring Kristen Coffield
7OYS: Family Meals Winter 2019, Segment featuring Kristen Coffield
You Can Magazine
You Can Magazine Vol. 6: Skin Sins Spring 2019, article written by Kristen Coffield
Other Fun Stuff
In April 2019 I hosted an informative health and wellness presentation for the at-risk-youth apprentices in the programs at the Alexandria Seaport. This program targets youth ages 18-22 and offers them an opportunity to turn their lives around by providing the career, social and life skills necessary to become productive, responsible citizens. The Boatbuilding Apprentice Program operates as a year-round, full-time program and introduces STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) concepts while connecting apprentices to the resources of the Potomac River.
My presentation was tailored to the class by teaching real life culinary resilience skills such as learning how to reduce sugar intake, increase water consumption.
Cooking Family Meal For Some of Washington’s Best Restaurants
Family Meal is a worldwide tradition of restaurants feeding their staff before the restaurant opens for dinner. It gives the team a much needed break from their busy prep work and lets them sit together, discuss the evening ahead and enjoy a meal prepared by one of their own. Any staff — line cooks, even dishwashers — take turns preparing a tasty, easy to eat meal. It is typically a creative use of food on hand or a speciality menu representative of the cook’s own ancestry.
The idea is to come together as a family, discuss the evening ahead and have a laugh or two. Restaurant work is a calling. Believe me when I tell you, it is hard work, long hours and you don’t do it for the money. Some of the World’s best restaurants have kitchens that are tight spaces. It is a real dance for the cooks who have to work around each other to do their jobs. Hours of work go into the magic of getting meals to the table quickly and expertly. Family Meal helps build the camaraderie between the front and back of the house that makes for a great restaurant.
My friend Barbara Crocker and I have had the honor of preparing Family Meal for several great restaurants in D.C. We plan the menu, the restaurant orders the ingredients, and we prepare the meal at the restaurant kitchen and serve the team. It is very cool to be working elbow to elbow with these creative, hardworking people in such amazing kitchens.
Barb Crocker and I at Masseria (1 Michelin Star) with Chef Nicholas Stefanelli
Family Meal for Roses Luxury (1 Michelin Star) and Pineapple & Pearls (2 Michelin Stars)
We cooked one family meal for 2 kitchens – Roses Luxury and Pineapple & Pearls. They are both Aaron Silverman’s restaurants and are right next door to each other.