2023 was a fun and challenging year for The Plan to Eat Podcast. Co-host and Plan to Eat Communications Director, Riley, left the company to spend more time with her kids, so the show had to evolve. For the second half of the year, Roni hosted interviews with experts from all ends of the food and wellness industries.
We had so many interesting people on the podcast in 2023 and we hope to serve up more delicious interviews in 2024! Thanks for downloading, subscribing, and leaving reviews!
In honor of another year in the books, here are the top 5 podcast episodes from 2023:
This interview dives into how Mary started her Youtube channel, what it means to be a Modern Pioneer, and how she became a cookbook author. Mary gives great tips for starting a traditional foods kitchen – it’s as easy as starting with a roast chicken – and how making traditional foods will help you save money and waste less.
Amy Berryhill started Spiffy Chicks in the San Francisco Bay Area in 2007 when the organizing profession was still in its infancy. Amy’s mission is to help people relieve stress and experience the joy that results from living in a beautiful and functional space that supports their lifestyle.
This week we’re joined by professional chef, Meera Keshav! Meera gives us some great tips on how to make restaurant-quality meals at home including advice about salt and recipe substitutions. She shares her go-to kitchen tool and how it can help make everything from minced garlic to decadent sauces.
Mareya Ibrahim is The Fit Foodie – a nutritionist, clean-eating chef, published author, podcast host, and the founder of eatcleaner.com. Mareya joined me on the podcast to talk about how she helps women navigate their food and fitness as they enter into peri- and menopause stages of life. We also talked about her company eatcleaner.com and her book, Eat Like You Give A Fork.
This week, we are joined by Lisa Dahl, a Health and Wellness Coach specializing in Intuitive Eating, Mindful Eating, and Body Image. She is a former caterer and an expert at meal planning. We got to chat with Lisa all about her health at every size approach to nutrition and coaching and how she helps her clients unpack their long-held beliefs about food and dieting.