This week it's a look into the future with Dr. James Levine, Director of the N.E.A.T. Center at The Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Dr. Levine says your desk could be a slow-rolling treadmill with a computer mounted on it; you could be taking signing lessons instead of going to the gym, and cooking with friends who make you laugh. It all comes from Dr. Levine's imagination and 15 years of detailed obesity research at Mayo. His latest books are Move a Little, Lose a Lot and The Blue Notebook, a novel to be published in July.
The Sterns have found cows so happy that the milk they give makes what Jane says is the most fabulous ice cream she's had in her life! All of this bliss can be found at Delaware's Woodside Farm.
Forget the pricey ice cream maker Karen Solomon brings us classy popsicles you make from practically nothing. It's all in her book, Jam It, Pickle It, Cure It: And Other Cooking Projects.
Ray Isle, Executive Wine Editor for Food & Wine magazine, talks the break-out Chardonnays the unoaked ones and tries to convert Lynne.
Poet Thomas Sayers Ellis, author of The Maverick Room, writes a poem for us titled "Godzilla's Avocado," and Rachel Muston says the refrigerator is the biggest energy drain we've got.