Nutrisha Cook the Season

Invite

Are you up for a little food and entertainment experiment? Okay, so maybe I’m just excited about getting back to hosting Sunday Suppers in TN So, let’s cook Sunday Supper apart, together. “YOU- write your request for recipe by commenting on the event wall with…

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Crock Pot Spaghetti Squash & Super Meatballs

What’s the deal with spaghetti squash anyway!? If you have recently discovered this yellow gourd of goodness, welcome to the party! But now what? Here is one easy way to cook spaghetti squash for dinner this week. PLUS! Save half for another meal with the…

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Local Table Magazine

Local Table Magazine celebrates the people who bring us homegrown food. We support local growers, artisans and those voices helping to strengthen our local food system. “A quick trip to the store with kids in tow is muddy memory when the heat of summer hits,…

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Fall Food : Apples

Apples and Pears, it’s what we wait for after the berries of summer are gone. My little chefs can eat pears and apples every meal and maybe it’s because the fruit is so fresh and easy. Maybe it’s because they are also on the list of…

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Fall Veggie Rice Noodle Stir Fry

Are you walking through the last summer farmers market wondering what to cook with those fall veggies? In this recipe, I’ll help you to know what is Bok Choy and how can you cook with it! Bok Choy is an asian cabbage. The leaves are dark and bitter, similar in…

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Cooking Your CSA : Kohlrabi

Kohlrabi – in nashville some farmers grow it for the hip shoppers. In Alabama I never saw. In America it’s an alien looking bulbous member of the cruciferous family. Basically it’s kale, cabbage or broccoli but grown for its root looking bulb. Whereas kale is…

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Healthy & Budget Friendly Proteins

Thanks to Corvias Military Living for asking Nutrisha to contribute a video blog series to support the military families in their communities. This month is the first installment of a series about Healthy & Budget Friendly Proteins. Have you ever tried to fit lean protein…

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No, you are not hungry

“I’m so hungry I could eat a horse” says the middle class white boy sitting in a vintage decorated living room in the suburbs. For a second, you wonder if it’s a commercial for the food insecurity that happens when kids go home. The food…

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Buffalo Cauliflower

Have you been looking for a way to cook with cauliflower or an vegetarian alternative to hot wings? This recipe is from another fun Culinary Nutrition class with my gang at The Gilda’s Club of Nashville. If you are not familiar with The Gilda’s Club,…

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Orange Bacon & Brussels Sprouts

Do you need a new way to cook with brussels sprouts? But maybe your family doesn’t love them. Last year I prepared dinner for my favorite uncle and his fiancé using the produce they received from a Co-op. In the basket were brussels sprouts, grown fresh…

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