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The Perfect Portion Cookbook: Review

The Perfect Portion Cookbook is a compilation of 150 delicious and healthy recipes that you can easily fit into a healthy eating plan no matter what your calorie needs are. Continue reading

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Recipe Redux: Hot Cocoa Mix

I was thrilled when I read the topic for this month’s redux–mixes! I Love making and giving food mixes, well, just food gifts in general. And I knew immediately I was going to make a hot cocoa mix. Who doesn’t … Continue reading


Recipe Redux: Ice Cream in a Bag

Ok, I’ll be the first one to admit, I’m taking a bit of liberties with this month’s topic–Food in a Jar. But, as we’re in the dog days of summer and I just returned from a family camping trip (where … Continue reading


Plan to Eat Healthier – Part 1

Get help planning your meals and check out a yummy chicken recipe. Continue reading


Recipe Redux: Vacation Food

Well, I hope you enjoyed my first recipe redux recipe last month as much as I did. Now here we are a month later and it’s time for round two. My task this month involving “vacation food,” really made me … Continue reading


Recipe Redux: No Cook Meals

Today I launch a new chapter in my blog; I’ve officially joined a website called Recipe Redux.   This is a site developed by foodie dietitians just like me who strive to make delicious AND nutritious foods.  Each month I’ll be … Continue reading


It’s Raspberry Time!

Is it raspberry time where you are? It’s just wrapping up where I am, and I was fortunate enough to get some time a few days ago to pick a bunch. For just a tiny little berry, the raspberry packs … Continue reading

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#1 Cause of Obesity in America

Today’s post is a bit of a vent.  As I was working today I had the TV on in the background (sometimes it gets a little quite working by yourself day in and day out) and I heard Dr. Oz … Continue reading

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World Food Day: Sunday Dinner

This Sunday, October 16, 2011 is World Food Day. In honor of the day, Oxfam America, would like all of us to host a Sunday Dinner for our family and/or friends.  The goal is to promote a greater understanding of … Continue reading

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For Kids, Cooking & Nutrition Go Hand in Hand

Have to let you know upfront, I didn’t write this post, but can’t say enough how important (and fun) it can be to get your kids in the kitchen with you–even if it is a bit messier and slower.  😮 Childhood … Continue reading

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