Zorba Paster - Publications


  • Heart-Healthy, Low-Fat, Guilt-Free and Tasty Recipes from the Kitchen of Zorba Paster.

Wisconsin Public Radio Association, 2000.

  • The Longevity Code: Your Prescription for a Longer, Sweeter Life written with Susan Melstner. New York: Random House, 2001.
  • Zorba Paster, "My Trip to See His Holiness, the Dalai Lama," Wisconsin Public Radio, http://www.wpr.org/Zorba/article_dalailama.htm (accessed 16 December 2009).

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