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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3 New Breakfast Ideas for the New Year

Breakfast is still the most important meal of the day- at least the first half of the day. Breaking fast is part of telling the body it’s time to start the process again, and the first food tells your body how you will fuel that…

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How to choose a sweetener

People ask me about sugar and sweeteners a lot. Is agave good to use? How about Stevia? Answer? Sure they are natural sources just like sugar cane but they are still heavily processed and modified from their most beneficial state. Let’s start with sugar. The…

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Best Farmers Market Finds

From the Nashville Scene Bites Blog: On Saturday, as I was perusing the produce at the Forest Hills UMC Farmers Market, I encountered “Adirondack Blue” potatoes. When I inquired about them, I was told they are good, creamy potatoes that work well for mashing and retain…

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Picky Eaters and Pediasure

Seeing pediasure commercials on tv infuriates me both as a nutrition professional and as a mom. A mom of one picky eater due to textures and one petite child that I constantly worry about calories. Worry and striving for ways to get the nutrients they…

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July Market Report

Original Post July 7, 2014: Updated July 10, 2015 If you are shopping the Nashville area, here is a list of my favorite Farmers Markets. Tuesday: 12 South Farmers Market Wednesday: East Nashville Farmers Market Thursday: Farmin In The Hall Friday: Hip Donelson Community Farmers…

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Summer Sangria

Peaches, Peaches, Everywhere… For this last installment of my recipe testing and review for Southern Cooking for Company, I promise this is the last time we are talking about peaches this summer. I think. Peaches have been a theme of much of this new phase…

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