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Turkey Time in Tennessee

We are exactly 2 weeks from Thanksgiving. That means you have TWO farmers market Saturdays left! If you are reading this I will guess you missed the fall Turkey hunting season. According to the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency October 11-24 was prime time to get…

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Buffalo Cauliflower at Gilda’s Club Nashville

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, it is named for Gilda Radner and her vision for a supportive community for individuals and caregivers living with cancer. “Free of…

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Buffalo Cauliflower Fit for Veterans

Free stuff is everywhere for Veterans on this one day of the the year that many businesses decide to honor veterans. As a military spouse, I rather appreciate the businesses that support veterans and military families all year long. It’s common among many of the…

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New Stamps and a Legacy

I wait in line at the post office because I love stamps. Not the computer generated white and pink postage label you can get from the machine either. Real. Stamps. When buying stamps, I often try to find something that speaks to the season or…

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Elections and Award Season

Nashville has nearly shut down today as the CMA (Country Music Association) Awards will be held this evening downtown. I can imagine the residents of our feature hotels such as Hilton and Omni woke up to quite the show this morning. Good Morning America built…

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A Fat Fight

Fat, yes, not the weight management judgement we place on persons with a BMI (Body Mass Index) or Body Fat Percentage over 19. I’m referring to the fat we use in cooking or that is a required part of our diet. Fat is found in…

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You look familiar, Oh yes you are one of our farmers…

So many costumes, so much dancing, and so much Spare Rib Chili Tots! And the fun commenced with my friends from Hummus Chick, Chubby Bunny Baby Food, Le Macarone and more… Tuesday concluded the 12 South Farmers Market for the 2014 season and we sent…

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True Story: Real Food Wins Over Candy

The biggest takeaway from my boys second ‘trunk or treat’ (okay, so if you don’t know- Trunk or Treats have replaced neighborhood trick or treating, often hosted by churches) was the clear win for apples over the candy we offered. I had a fall bowl filled with…

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Fall & End of Market “Season”: Farmers Market Report

Farmers Market Report: Fall & The End of Famers Market “season”     The trees are slowly and suddenly golden, rust and sage as the warm days alternate with cooler ones. Just a month after the equinox officially changed to Fall we are really feeling…

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“Can we talk?”: Open for discussion

Question: If you consider yourself a ‘middle american’ regarding income/social status- do you feel you have access to quality nutrition information? Here is my reason for asking. Nutrition educators such as Nutrisha and the students I mentor, often have opportunities to teach community groups for…

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