“The Talk” Takes it Off in Time for the Premiere

Bet I got you with that headline!
102066_D2755bb4_e (1).jpgIf you never leave the house without make-up and wouldn’t be caught dead without a little eyeliner or false lashes (discovered those at my daughter’s Bat Mitzvah and am now addicted), do I have the show for you. This coming Monday, CBS-TV’s “The Talk” is going to be making history when the ladies, the guests and the audience appear on the show make-up free.
Can’t wait to see what Sharon, Julie, Aisha, Sheryl and Sara look like before they start their make-up regimen on set. Even guest star Jamie Lee Curtis plans to get in on the act along with the stars of the “Young and the Restless” and “Bold and the Beautiful.” Take a look at this sneak peak!


In fact, I was so inspired by the ladies that I decided to give it a try this morning too. Take a look and ignore the opening frown. 🙂

If you want to join the ladies and me and go make-up free too, then join us via Twitter this Monday at 2pm ET where we’ll be tweeting during the show at #TweetTheTalk. Upload a photo or video to twitter and make sure you follow @TheTalk_CBS and @RoleMommy and get ready for a great season.
We’ll also be sharing more fun giveaways this year so you won’t want to miss out. Hope you’ll want to be a part of the fun — it’s going to be a wild ride!

Take Back the Kitchen with Alma Schneider

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As the summer winds down, here’s a healthy and delicious recipe that can be whipped up in no time!
Pineapple Salsa with Quinoa and Pumpkin Seeds:
Serves one
One cup cooked quinoa (or cook it like rice, one cup dry quinoa to 1 1/2 cup water until water absorbs)
2 cups washed salad greens
Pineapple Salsa:
2 scallions, minced
2 cups diced fresh pineapple or canned
3 TBS sweetened grated coconut
2 tsp rice vinegar
Mix together and chill
Roasted pumpkin seeds
salad dressing
Steps:
1. On a plate, lay out the salad greens and add the quinoa on top
2. On top of the quinoa, add a desired amount of salsa
3. Top with dressing of your choice or my maple soy dressing:

Maple Soy Salad Dressing and Keeping it Green


4. Top with roasted pumpkin seeds or any other crunchy nuts or seeds
For more great recipes from Alma Schneider, visit her at Take Back the Kitchen.