Dana Joy Altman has a modest aim: To change people?s lives through what 
they eat.

The Chicago food expert launched her Real Food Rehab
http://realfoodrehab.blogspot.com/ blog earlier this year to document her 
relationship with healthy, seasonal food. Real Food Makeovers
http://realfoodrehab-pantrymakeover.blogspot.com/ , however, are all 
about you--and that preservative-filled junk in your trunk?and pantry.

Her two-day crash course begins with a consultation, a fridge purge and a 
shopping trip. On Day 2 you?ll cook, learn, eat and be inspired. Altman 
will leave you with a sleek new stock of goods, plus her Pantry Essentials 
Guide http://pantryessentialsguide.blogspot.com/ to act as your gourmet 
guru stand-in.

The recently beefed-up guide ($10)--with nine pages of ingredients, 
products, tips and recipes plus a five-page shopping checklist--is ideal 
stocking-stuffer material for anyone whose New Year?s resolution might 
include the words ?healthier? and ?tastier.?

Even more inspiring (though too big for a stocking) is the Real Food Rehab 
Gift Box, which debuts this Saturday. It holds a bottle of Spanish olive 
oil, O Champagne Vinegar, Hawaiian sea salt, Potter?s crackers, local Rare 
Bird preserves and a copy of the Pantry Essentials Guide.

Get it at Provenance Food and Wine http://www.provenancefoodandwine.com/ 
for $55, or upgrade with a hunk of local Parm-Grana cheese from Wisconsin 
($65 total).
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Dana Joy Altman has a modest aim: To change people’s lives through what they eat.

The Chicago food expert launched her Real Food Rehab blog earlier this year to document her relationship with healthy, seasonal food. Real Food Makeovers, however, are all about you--and that preservative-filled junk in your trunk…and pantry.

Her two-day crash course begins with a consultation, a fridge purge and a shopping trip. On Day 2 you’ll cook, learn, eat and be inspired. Altman will leave you with a sleek new stock of goods, plus her Pantry Essentials Guide to act as your gourmet guru stand-in.

The recently beefed-up guide ($10)--with nine pages of ingredients, products, tips and recipes plus a five-page shopping checklist--is ideal stocking-stuffer material for anyone whose New Year’s resolution might include the words “healthier” and “tastier.”

Even more inspiring (though too big for a stocking) is the Real Food Rehab Gift Box, which debuts this Saturday. It holds a bottle of Spanish olive oil, O Champagne Vinegar, Hawaiian sea salt, Potter’s crackers, local Rare Bird preserves and a copy of the Pantry Essentials Guide.

Get it at Provenance Food and Wine for $55, or upgrade with a hunk of local Parm-Grana cheese from Wisconsin ($65 total).
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