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Healthy Dinners Made Easy

Recently I saw this post from The Honest Toddler, “You know what’s fun? Making dinner for people crying for dinner”. Equally funny in a home with little ones or maybe just your inner hangry person. Food in it’s whole food form is often not easy…

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Frozen Hoop Houses

While metro Nashville and surrounding counties rushed the grocery for bread and milk, farmers in our area prepared for the worst in their own way. Farms are often on property without pipe insulation or as Hippo Hollow expressed “infrastructure” for extreme weather events causing concern…

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Love and Pancakes: Organically Made

Who is Valentines Day really for anyway? For my house, it’s family.  Kelly Rippa mentioned on TV last week that in her house Valentines Day is really more for the kids “We’ve been married too long, there’s nothing left to do”. Well, for The Officer…

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Do you love recipes and more?

Are you signed up for the newsletter yet? Stay updated on fun recipes and local food and nutrition stories here. These gorgeous valentines weekend recipes will be on the newsletter Wednesday! Sign up! For this week’s newsletter, take a look here.  

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Dreams must be digested for full absorption and utilization

Last night I was honored to receive the IRIS Award given to an individual who has contributed significantly to the field of dietetics and/or specifically TN Academy. A few weeks ago I received an email that I was nominated and selected for this award. I still…

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Peanut Butter Lime Tofu!

I love eating tofu, no really, the texture if cooked correctly can be very enjoyable. Whole Foods hot bar often has a “Chicken Fried Tofu” which is pretty excellent. The problem lies in recreating a spot on tofu texture at home. You have to drain…

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Cooking About the Heart: Smokey Chipotle Stew

February is Heart Month, Wear Red for Heart Month, and of course we are focused on Valentines Day so pink and red hearts are EVERYWHERE. Let’s get real about hearts and love for a minute and Cook about the Heart. While some of the traditional…

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Sunlight Series: Backyard Farmer Girl

Nutrisha’s Sunlight Series shines a light on the producers, real nutrition advocates and do-ers of the sustainable food world. What happens when a lady from Connecticut lives in Nashville and decides to build a farm in her backyard? I met Mary Self while we both worked…

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Farmers Market Report: Special Edition

Farmers Market Report: Season of Change edition   If you have been a friend or reader of Nutrisha through the years you may recall my seasonal, sometimes weekly, Farmers Market Report. The intention of this informal report has been to provide the Nashville area with…

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Dance Workshop & My Own Adrenaline Exhaustion

Have you ever experienced the phenomena of adrenaline exhaustion? No, I don’t know if it is an actual syndrome but it could be. This week, so far, has be full boar suddenly and after being mostly home bound on doctors orders it’s hitting hard. But…

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