Robert Irvine, start of the Food Network hit show Restaurant: Impossible is just one of those guys who looks fit. I mean, seriously. Look at those arms!
He is clearly doing something right in the eating-right and working-out department, and after spending a couple of weeks reading his new book Impossible to Easy: 111 Delicious Recipes to Help You Put Great Meals on the Table Every Day, I know that he is a GENIUS in the kitchen. I tried his recipe for Citrus-Braised Chicken Breasts With Sweet Roasted Garlic (p. 136, if you have the book—I skipped the tart part to make it gluten-free), and it was amazeballs. It’s a great guide from going from pretty good home cook to a rockin’ amazin’ your-friends-will-wonder-if-you’ve-been-to-culinary-school cook.
So, when we had the chance to ask Robert a few questions about eye health, per his work with Transitions on this campaign, we were so game! And, yep, from Robert’s answers, he’s just a cool dude. A really strong, cool dude. And his idea for a carrot vinaigrette? Oh, YES, PLEASE. Sounds like carrot heaven. I will so be trying that.
He only lifts light weights but does high rep counts? Can you imagine if he LIFTED HEAVY? Oh, my. Love him!
And we want to share the love—with you! That’s right, Transitions is giving one lucky U.S. reader a fun gift box that includes a signed copy of Impossible to Easy, an apron, recipes cards and other fun tools to help you make eye-healthy foods in your own kitchen.
To win it, simply leave a comment with what your favorite eye-healthy food is! We’ll pick a winner in about a week and notify him or her via email and in the comments. So good luck!
And a big thanks to Robert for taking the time to chat with us! —Jenn