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I am passionate about nutrition and food, and I love to create easy, healthy recipes that families can enjoy together. I use this food and nutrition blog to share my creations, including new spins on beloved, old recipes, and options for people managing food allergy symptoms.

I also closely follow the latest nutrition guidelines, and I’m sometimes called on to comment at USDA and FDA meetings. So here you’ll find my perspectives on nutrition policy, too.

Easy, healthy recipes… No-nonsense tips… Dish about the latest nutrition guidelines…

That’s what this nutrition blog is all about. Let me know what grabs you!

St. Germain Salad Recipe {Recipe ReDux}

St. Germain Salad Recipe {Recipe ReDux}

Paris in late spring/early summer. Strolling along the Seine River, flowers blooming, cafes abuzz with people sipping coffee or wine. Oh, and the bread, the bread! Seriously, is there any place more lovely and idyllic?                   I’ve only been to Paris once, […]

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When fashion and food meet {Recipe ReDux sponsor challenge}

When fashion and food meet {Recipe ReDux sponsor challenge}

I am just going to say this… I really don’t like shopping. For clothes for me, that is. For food and shoes? Love it. For clothes for the kids? Yes, please. But, for clothes for me? Not so much. Who knows… Maybe if I had an unlimited […]

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Tropical Salmon Sliders {Recipe}

Tropical Salmon Sliders {Recipe}

Memorial Day is around the corner and summer is almost here… although it doesn’t feel like it this week. Here in North Carolina, the temperature has been hovering around 60 degrees for days. While shivering in my short-sleeved shirt (with most of our winter clothes already stashed away!), I […]

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Crockpot Salsa Chicken Taco Recipe

Crockpot Salsa Chicken Taco Recipe

These Crockpot Salsa Chicken Tacos are one of my family’s favorite go-to easy weeknight recipes. This 7-ingredient recipe is so simple to make. Because this dish cooks in the slow cooker on low for 8-10 hours, you can whip it up in the morning and come home to a […]

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Heart Healthy Foods + WFMY “Good Morning” Show

Heart Healthy Foods + WFMY “Good Morning” Show

February is American Heart Month, and yesterday, I talked about heart healthy foods on WFMY Channel 2 “Good Morning” show. Why eat heart healthy foods? There’s good reason to devote a whole month to heart health and heart healthy foods: heart disease remains the #1 killer of all American […]

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2-Ingredient Chocolate Dipped Strawberries

2-Ingredient Chocolate Dipped Strawberries

Whether or not you’re a fan of conversation hearts and sappy cards, Valentine’s Day is here. And I say: so should be a taste of chocolate dipped strawberries. I know Valentine’s Day is commercialism at its best. (My husband reminds me every year that it’s a Hallmark […]

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Slow-cooker Super Bowl Chili

Slow-cooker Super Bowl Chili

It’s Super Bowl 50! Whether you’re a Broncos fan or a Panthers fan (or neither), chances are good you’ll be camped out in front of the tube on Sunday night. Or, perhaps you’re like me and a little conflicted… Denver is my favorite [American] city. I loved living […]

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7 Species Salad + Tu B’Shevat

7 Species Salad + Tu B’Shevat

Today is Tu B’Shevat, a Jewish holiday celebrating the New Year for Trees. It is customary to plant a new tree, or perhaps even host a Seven Species Seder. The Seven Species include wheat, barley, grapes, pomegranates, figs, olives and dates. Or, you could just make my 7 Species […]

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Southern Spring Strawberry Jam Recipe

Southern Spring Strawberry Jam Recipe

It’s January. There’s a snow storm warning starting at midnight. And, spring is nowhere in sight, at least here in North Carolina. But, sometimes you just need some spring on a dreary winter day, even if it’s just a little taste of spring. So, when I saw this month’s Recipe […]

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Top 5 Take-Aways from 2015 Dietary Guidelines

The U.S. Departments of Agriculture (USDA) and Health & Human Services (HHS) issued the 2015-2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans yesterday. The Guidelines get revised every 5 years, and nutrition professionals (like me) have been eagerly awaiting the 2015 Dietary Guidelines, which inform nutrition policy in federal programs and […]

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