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Interview & Photoshoot For ‘The New Potato’
Posted by: Kris | Date: November 7th 2015 | Categories: Gallery, Interview, Photoshoot, Press

     

Sarah Michelle Gellar was far more adorable than we ever expected – and we expected a lot. We haven’t really gotten over her badass Buffy days, and why should we? The show made up so much of our childhood, as did movies likeCruel Intentions where Gellar also played a fan favorite (and okay, super evil) vixen.

Now, the actress is taking on a new field – food – with her new companyFoodstirs, which offers convenient and healthy ways to bring families together in the kitchen. The company provides tasty baking products and kits that also aim at a healthier lifestyle, which is why Gellar is telling Betty Crocker to get out of her way (the same way she told Reese Witherspoon).

From start to finish, what would be your ideal food day?

My ideal food day would be a day where I could eat as much as I wanted and calories didn’t count. There would definitely be lots of coffee, lots of sushi and fresh fish, some pasta and a generous amount of dark chocolate. I am extremely fortunate that my husband – who is an excellent chef – is working on a cookbook and I “help him” by tasting (eating) everything.

A beauty mainstay that hasn’t changed since your Buffy years…

Honestly, I don’t care what they say about smiling causing wrinkles, happiness is my key to everything. Glowing definitely works from the inside out. That being said, water, keeping yourself moving, and sleep are definitely important.

Advice you’d give your younger self…

I think that no matter what, my advice would definitely fall on deaf ears, but it would be to appreciate the little moments, to stop and enjoy life a bit more. I think in my twenties I kept thinking I had my whole life ahead of me, and things could wait. But the truth is, you never know how life can change in an instant; the people that you thought would always be there may not. Now having kids, when they stop on a walk for twenty minutes to look at a leaf, I try and take that time too.

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At some point over the past couple of years, all of Hollywood got together and decided that it was no longer enough to be just one thing—an actor, a singer, a cobbler. These days, to hold merely one job, to identify as anything less than a “multi-hyphenate,” is utterly unacceptable. For example, Reese Witherspoon isn’t just an actress, she’s a lifestyle maven. Blake Lively isn’t just an actress, she’s a lifestyle maven. Gwyneth Paltrow isn’t just an actress, she’s alifestyle maven.

The latest to join these esteemed ranks? In case you missed it, Sarah Michelle Gellar, onetime slayer of vampires, told People last week that she’s started a new, kid-friendly “cooking and lifestyle brand” called Foodstirs. The line includes “three signature baking mixes,” frostings, and “specialty curated food crafting kits that come complete with decorative supplies and tools.” It’s perfect for all of the children in your life who aren’t content with being mere children—children who will stop at nothing to become lifestyle mavens.

Gellar says she was inspired to start Foodstirs while “setting up a day of baking” with her daughter and the daughter of Foodstirs co-founder Galit Laibow—two children who had yet to reach their lifestyle-maven potential. Combing the grocery-store shelves, wondering if her 5-year-old Charlotte would ever learn to properly fold towels into the shape of a swan, Gellar could not find baking mix that met her nutrition standards. “I thought baking included butter, sugar, and water and I couldn’t even pronounce half the ingredients in these mixes,” she shares. “So, we did some research and made our own from scratch.”

Not sure if Foodstirs is for you and your preternaturally anxious offspring? Ask yourself this: Does your child need help bridging the gap between inspiration and execution (in baking, but also in life)? “Our whole idea,” says Gellar, “is to bridge the gap between inspiration and execution.”

“It doesn’t hurt that my husband [Freddie Prinze Jr.] went to culinary school and is an amazing chef. But I’m not, so it’s great to have this experience alongside my kids,” adds Gellar. “He was always the chef and I was always the creative one. I’ll paint anything! It’s really brought our family together.”

If Foodstirs doesn’t stir your soul, perhaps Gwyneth’s Goop or Scott Disick’s Lifestyles of a Lord is more your speed. Just be sure to find something to call yourself other than “mom” or “dad” or “doctor” or “human.”

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Posted by: Kris | Date: November 2nd 2014 | Categories: Interview, Press, Talk Show, Video

Having a baby changes the life of every parent as they begin a new journey filled not only with excitement, but also great responsibility. One of the most important goals of any parent is to keep their baby healthy and safe. But what if there’s something parents didn’t know they should be doing? What if it could mean the difference between life and death? No parent should ever have to experience the tragedy of losing an infant or watching them struggle for their next breath, or worse yet, be the unknowing cause of that devastation.

As a parent, I have done my research in order to make informed decisions about my health and the well-being of my children. America is experiencing a resurgence of pertussis, with more cases reported in the last 10 years than the prior 40 years combined, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It is so important for us as parents to know what we can do to help protect ourselves and our babies from this highly contagious and often serious disease. In adolescents and adults, it usually presents as a severe cough that may last for weeks or even months and the milder form is often mistaken for the common cold or bronchitis. But what’s especially concerning is that pertussis can be easily spread and in babies it can be potentially fatal. I knew I needed to take action after learning that researchers found that when it could be determined how an infant caught pertussis, family members were responsible for spreading the disease to the baby in up to 80 percent of cases.1 More specifically, parents were responsible up to 50 percent of the time.2

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Sarah Michelle Gellar Covers More Magazine November 2013
Posted by: Kris | Date: October 20th 2013 | Categories: Gallery, Interview, Magazine, Press, Scans

In 1997, Sarah Michelle Gellar was an ambitious, super organized actress fresh out of her teens. She could pull a pager, a flip phone and a personal digital assistant from her purse and multitask her way through lunch, simultaneously eating, fielding interview questions and keeping her career on track. “A 40-year-old in a 17-year-old’s body” is how one of her friends described her back then.

More than a decade and a half later, Gellar, 36, finds herself at a different stage of life. She’s been married for 11 years to film and television actor Freddie Prinze Jr. (She’s All That; 24), with whom she has two kids—Charlotte, four, and Rocky, one—and the passage of time has loosened her up. “I’m getting younger, actually,” says Gellar, sitting in an L.A. restaurant dressed in ripped gray jeans, a Rebecca Taylor knit blouse and sparkly Chanel flats. “I think I’m goofier now.” She points to that morning, when a bomb scare in the building across the street prompted an evacuation that interrupted the More photo shoot. Upon hearing the news, the Gellar of yesteryear would probably have placed a follow-up call to 911, quickly sketched out an escape route on the back of a napkin, then led everyone to safety. The new SMG? She decided it was cocktail time. “I was like, ‘Let’s go have Bloody Marys!’ I would never have said that—even when I was 22!”

She has a good explanation for her premature maturity. “I had a big load on my shoulders,” says Gellar, who made her acting debut at age four in a TV movie, An Invasion of Privacy, and hasn’t stopped working since. By the mid-’90s, she’d won a Daytime Emmy for her role on the soap All My Children. Then, at age 18, she landed the part that would make her an international star: the demon-battling high school student on Joss Whedon’s TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

Read the rest of Sarah Michelle Gellar’s story in the November issue of MORE, on newsstands October 22!