Today’s episode is all about organizing and planning! We enjoy Raspberry Brulee via Tracey of Shutterbean with thin lemon wafer cookies.
We chat the important things: our organizing styles, digital vs. paper planning, what a typical week looks like in our planners, imaginary names for our imaginary calendar-keeping robot butlers, big things we are planning for now, and tips for getting your stuff DONE.
This episode rated explicit for a few f- and s-word appearances.
Today’s episode is all about personalities! We enjoy two different hand-crafted mocktails (because dead sober we are already a little baseline drunk) that represent our personalities- Erinn made a “Pear Ginger Quirk” and Rachel made a “White Nectarine & Blackberry WOW-jito”. We know, quit our day jobs and start naming drinks full-time.
We chat the important things: the best and worst parts of our personalities, our Myers-Briggs personality types, the personalities of our significant others and how that impacts our relationships, and what gets on our nerves.
This episode rated explicit for once or twice using the S word.
Today’s episode is all about Health at Every Size, a philosophy and lifestyle we both feel very passionate about. We enjoy a Thai Cashew Quinoa Salad Bowl thanks to a listener submitted recipe, which was delicious and made a TON!
We chat the important things: what it means to be healthy at any size, why everyone (including YOU) already has a “beach body”, and role models we admire who are active and healthy with various different body shapes and sizes.
This episode rated explicit for once or twice using the F and S words...potty mouths are back.
Today's episode is all about our faaaaaavorite thiiiiiings (said in Oprah's voice, duh)!!!! We thought it would be funny to eat each others least favorite foods. For Erinn, it was enlightening, but for Rachel it was torture.
We chat the important things: our 25 most favorite things, including but not limited to favorite celebrity girl crushes, travel destinations, books, show to binge watch, and current favorite song.
This episode rated clean. Yes, we keep on doing it, guys! But we may need to drop the f-word in the next episode...it's been too long...
Today’s episode is about minimalism and living simply! We enjoy another taste test, this time of weird potato chip flavors- including but not limited to dill pickle, aged cheddar horseradish, and maple bacon.
We chat the important things: living simply, how we’ve incorporated minimalism into our lives, how these practices relate to overall health, and how we minimize the clutter in not just our homes and our closets, BUT ALSO our minds.
This episode rated clean! We know, two episodes in a row? We are on a roll.
Today’s episode is about all things beauty! We enjoy a homemade food-based face mask and edible lip scrub. Erinn made them, then Rachel used them, and they were AWESOME.
We chat the important things: our beauty philosophies, our biggest beauty mistakes (re: sperm-shaped eyebrows), what’s inside our makeup bags, and our tips for looking and feeling your most beautiful both inside and out!
This episode rated clean! We BLEEP out all the BLEEP-ing bad words! That part is also pretty AWESOME.
Today we enjoy thee absolute best chocolate chip cookie recipe EVER. Rachel made them, then Erinn ate them.
We chat the important things: saying a big thanks to new listeners/commenters/reviewers (!!!) as well as what intuitive eating is, why and how it works for us, our personal journeys into this food philosophy, and how others can get started in this eating practice if they so desire!
This episode rated explicit because we include a blooper at the end where Erinn takes the Lord’s name in vain and Rachel drops the F bomb. Rated clean if you skip the bloopers!
Today we start the episode with our first TASTE-TEST! Erinn bought five different high protein bars and then sampled each with Rachel.
We chat the important things: how much exercise research shows you should get each day, how we like to exercise, our favorite workout gear, and our favorite workout song right now. Thanks to Dr. Shannon Smith for her pre- and post-workout fuel recommendations!
This episode is rated Explicit because Erinn says what the hell, Rachel says what the hell, and there's the ever-present F-bomb at the very end in the bloopers (did you know we always include bloopers?! Make sure you stick around for them!). What the hell?!
Today we enjoy our first dessert, Hippie Crispy Treats from Food52 Baking, made by Erinn! Find out what we eat when we're alone (...and what we wear and what we do), and hear why we think watching Sex and the City is one of the best pastimes (besides eating, of course). We chat the important things: Rachel’s almond butter realization, why Miranda is the ultimate Sex and the City character, and the relaxing feeling of taking off your pants at the end of the day. This episode rated explicit because we throw the word sex around a few times, but share nothing gross or personal- we promise. And Rachel says “long-ass”. As usual, sorry to our moms.
In today’s very lonnnng episode, we enjoy Rachel’s skin-on spicy baked sweet potato fries with a Greek yogurt dill yogurt dip, take you through a virtual tour of our kitchens, our cooking triumphs and misses, and our dream kitchens if budget wasn’t a factor.
We chat the important things: memories of moving in with your significant other and cooking pancakes, kitchen artwork, and kimchi (just call this The Kimchi Show now).
Welcome to Table Chat! We are Rachel and Erinn- full-time Registered Dietitians, part-time pizza/taco enthusiasts. This is our show where we talk food, nutrition, and whatever else we feel like. So come sit around our table and chat along in our very first episode!!! Today you'll get to know us better as we cook and eat our favorite foods (pizza for Erinn, tacos for Rachel).
We chat the important things: traumatizing childhood haircuts, livers and kidneys, princess costumes, and more (make sure you stick around to the very last second!).
This episode rated explicit because we both accidentally say the F word once and it was too funny to edit out. Sorry to our moms.