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Food Glorious Food

Ok, it’s no surprise why Dr. Val is leading a weight loss group

here at Revolution Health. She is a serious food lover. And for those of you who are equally smitten with all things gastronomical, check out the list of folks that I’ll be schmoozing with next month:

Daniel Boulud

Gary Danko

Dean Fearing

Gael Greene

Jess Jackson

Thomas Keller

Sirio Maccioni

Danny Meyer

Robert Mondavi

Robert Parker

Jacques Pepin

Paul Prudhomme

Wolfgang Puck

Ruth Reichl

Phyllis Richman

Mimi Sheraton

Martha Stewart

Jeremiah Tower

Charlie Trotter

Jean-Georges Vongerichten

Alice Waters

Tim and Nina Zagat

It’s the 30th Anniversary Celebration of the Inn at Little Washington! Let me know if you’re planning to be there… or if you’re just jealous.This post originally appeared on Dr. Val’s blog at

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2 Responses to “Food Glorious Food”

  1. TBTAM says:

    |Okay, I’m officially jealous….

    (TYPO Before)

  2. TBTAM says:

    Okay, I’m offivially jealous….

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