"Nutella with sliced banana rolled up [in] a fresh warm Crepe. Holy burrito Batman!"
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Formerly of the "Mighty Appetite" column at the Washington Post, Kim O'Donnel is a trained chef and veteran food journalist.
Her first book (set to be released September 14), "The Meat Lover's Meatless Cookbook," follows in the footsteps of her über-popular "Meatless Monday" posts during her tenure at the Post.
Should you not know: Meatless Monday is an increasingly popular movement in which otherwise omnivorous eaters cut out meat one day a week for health and environmental reasons.
But, whether a carnivorous consumer or plant-nosher, O'Donnel simply wants you to take back the kitchen and get cookin'.
Five Ways to Get Your Cooking Groove Back: Kim O'Donnel
Devna Shukla is a Production Assistant for CNN's AC360°
Okay, I admit it. I'm not a so-called "foodie." I often have to Google terms such as "eau de vie" and "varak" while watching cooking shows. I'd rather have French fries over foie gras and a bowl of cereal over ceviche.
Moving from Los Angeles to New York last year, I thought I might have a shot at becoming a real foodie. With some of the best restaurants in the world easily accessible, I was excited to explore the culinary and culture world that is New York dining.
Sadly, my quest took a sharp detour. After having lunch at one of the most esteemed restaurants in New York, I found myself extremely sick and plagued by stomach issues. Through all the missed eating opportunities and doctors visits, I’ve found a newfound appreciation for an American classic: the peanut butter and jelly sandwich.