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I had the absolute pleasure of interviewing Gina Homolka, of the award winning blog, Skinnytaste. I am sure most of you (if not all of you) have visited www.skinnytaste.com for her delicious, low fat recipes. Whether or not you follow the Weight Watchers plan, or just want to eat healthier, Skinnytaste is the place to go for healthy recipes that don’t sacrifice flavor. I can attest that I have made so many of Gina’s recipes and they were all delicious! I often refer my clients to Skinnytaste to prove that healthy food can taste yummy. You don’t need to eat boring, bland food to be healthy!
Gina started Skinnytaste back in 2008 when she simply wanted to make recipes healthier. Now, Gina has been featured in many major magazines, and even won the coveted Shape Magazine Most Healthy Eating Blog 2011 award. Try some of her recipes and you will see why 🙂
Lauren Kelly: I know you were a graphic designer before you became this award winning recipe blogger. How did you transition into this field?
LK: Have you always been interested in healthy eating?
LK: What is a typical breakfast for you?
LK: If you could have one dessert, which would you prefer, sweet or salty? Name your favorite please.
LK: Your pictures are beautiful. Have you always been into photography?
LK: Do you exercise? If so, what is your favorite exercise and how many workouts do you fit in each week with your busy lifestyle?
LK: Where did you learn how to cook? Have you always been this creative?
LK: I know you have won many awards for your amazing blog. Which one was the most special for you?
LK: How many times a week do you manage to cook for your family?
LK: I know you have a young daughter, is she a picky eater? If so, can you offer suggestions on how to deal with that?
LK: What would be your most important tip for your readers who are trying to eat healthier?
LK: Can you name your own top 3 recipes?