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Sara Robinson

What'd you eat for dinner last night? I had a 6-inch turkey sub from Subway, Sara-style!

Favorite food: During the week, I eat healthy, but on weekends I eat my favorite food, which is the breadsticks from Olive Garden and Orange Chicken from Panda Express.

Least favorite food: Anything that swam in the ocean.

Favorite dessert: Cookie and ice cream dish from Oregano's.

Favorite local restaurant and meal to order there: There's a local pizza shop in the neighborhood I grew up at called Pullano's, and they have the best wings ever!

Favorite drink: Rock Star Energy Drink.

Favorite thing to cook at home: I'm super-bomb at making cereal! Best in town.

Favorite memory involving food: There was this old ice cream shop my parents used to take me when I was a little kid. I used to do cartwheels in the grass and get ice cream.

Recipe or food tip to share: I'm big into fitness, so I eat as healthy as I can throughout the week, but it's important for you to cheat a little on the weekends so that you don't overindulge. My food tips would be when you're out, look for the healthiest options and portion sizes.

Erin Beaty

What'd you eat for dinner last night? Asparagus risotto.

Favorite food: My mom's homemade curry soup.

Least favorite food: Meat (I'm a vegetarian).

Favorite dessert: Ice cream topped with homemade hot fudge.

Favorite local restaurant and meal to order there: Chipotle--a Veggie Burrito Bowl.

Favorite local bar and cocktail to order there: Starbucks Passion Fruit Tea.

Favorite thing to cook at home: Crepes with Nutella, raspberries and strawberries.

Favorite memory involving food: Eating gelato in Rome, Italy.

Recipe or food tip to share: For all you vegetarians out there, Trader Joe's has a good selection of quick and yummy frozen meals such as Vegetable Bird's Nests and Penne Arrabbiata, when you just can't muster up the energy to cook for yourself!

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