Drs: Fettuccine With Butternut Squash + Pam Anderson Hep C


The Doctors: Healthy Holiday Eating Tips

With the holiday right around the corner, The Doctors brought on author of “Domestic Chic” Kristin Sollenne. Kristin explained that as the holidays approach, bring fun back into the kitchen! She said to remember K.I.S.S: Keep It Simply and Seasonal. She recommended visiting your local farmers market to get fresh in-season protein at a bargain, in large amounts. You can use that produce like beets, Brussels sprouts, and parsnips, to make a roasted vegetable salad. But there’s nothing like pasta! Be sure to watch your portion size, but add all kinds of layers of flavor to the bowl to compensate, leaving you fulfilled!

Her philosophy is to “let the seasons guide your palate.” She also suggested drinking with a bottle of wine to make the process even more enjoyable. Click next page to get Kristin’s healthy holiday pasta dish recipe.


The Doctors: Fettuccine With Roasted Butternut Squash, Eggplant & Oyster Mushrooms Recipe Ingredients

Drs: Fettuccine With Butternut Squash + Pam Anderson Hep C

The Doctors shared a delicious, healthy fettuccine recipe perfect to make with fall vegetables. (scottriggle / Flickr)

  • 2 C eggplant – diced into 1/2-inch cubes
  • 1/4 C extra-virgin olive oil
  • 2 chopped garlic cloves
  • sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
  • 3 tbsp Italian flat-leaf parsley – chopped
  • 2 C butternut squash – diced into 1/2-inch cubes
  • 1 C sliced oyster mushrooms
  • 1/2 C white wine
  • 1 lb fettuccine
  • 1/2 C Parmesan cheese


The Doctors: Fettuccine With Roasted Butternut Squash, Eggplant & Oyster Mushrooms Recipe Directions

  1. Saute the butternut squash and eggplant cubes in olive oil and garlic until softened
  2. Add oyster mushroom slices, white wine, 1 tbsp parsley, sea salt, and pepper
  3. Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil, then cook fettuccine until al dente
  4. Strain and add cooked pasta into the saucepan and cook for another 2-3 minutes
  5. Transfer to a serving plate and top with parsley and Parmesan cheese

The Doctors: Avoid Kitchen Injuries

Speaking of cooking, Taylor Swift recently shared a picture of a kitchen mis-hap on social media, showing off a bandaged thumb. The Doctors took it as an opportunity to talk about how you can stay safe while cooking to avoid an ER visit. First, when slicing, always cut away from your body, and curl your fingers toward your palm to keep from accidentally slicing the top of your finger.

If you do happen to lose an appendage, don’t throw it away! Wrap it in cool moist gauze after you’ve bandaged yourself to stop the bleeding.

The Doctors: Olivia Wilde Crazy Hair Photo

The Doctors then shared a picture that Olivia Wilde posted showing off her crazy hair. The caption said “I call this hairstyle, “keep the kid alive.” Products you’ll need: sweat, string cheese, diaper rash cream, chewed up crayon, snot, and an enthusiastic spritz of panic.”

It’s important for parents to take a little time to themselves to relax! Relax was the word of the day and you can use the word relax on The Doctors’ website to enter for a chance to win a cosmetics package from Junetics and Gray Away.

The Doctors: Pamela Anderson, Hepatitis C

For The Doctors’ News in 2:00, they first reported that in 2002, Pamela Anderson announced that she had contracted Hepatitis C from drummer Tommy Lee. Now, Anderson said she is cured of the disease and the 48-year-old shared her excitement on Instagram, adding “I pray anyone living with Hep C can qualify or afford treatment.”

In 2014, the FDA approved a drug to treat Hepatitis C, called Sovaldi. In clinical trials, the only side effects reported were fatigue and headaches. The drug costs $1,000 a pill, which has drawn a lot of criticism.

The Doctors: ‘The 33’ Movie About Chile Mining Disaster

The mining disaster in Chile in 2010 caught the attention of the entire world. Now, the event has been recreated for the movie The 33. For two months, 33 miners were trapped in the San Jose mine, with no radio, little food, and an empty medical kit. With their lives in peril, the government of Chile put in place a rescue effort that took place on live TV, airing 24/7.

The Doctors: Spongebob Squarepants Helped Boy Save Classmate

A 13-year-old Staten Island boy became a sudden hero when he saved a classmate who was choking on an apple slice. Brandon Williams, an autistic student, performed the Heimlich manuever, saying he learned it on an episode of Spongebob Squarepants.

The Doctors: Healthy Swap For Mayonnaise

Before the end of the show, The Doctors shared a healthier, tasty swap for mayonnaise. Try cucumbers! You can blend it up and make your own spread, adding whatever spices you want, including spicy brown mustard. You can save calories and fat, and add a lot more flavor!


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Human Verification: In order to verify that you are a human and not a spam bot, please enter the answer into the following box below based on the instructions contained in the graphic.