Archive | March, 2012

SO SIMPLE DEVILED EGGS

People manage stress differently: Some overeat, others dip into the liquor cabinet, I bake, which is what I did over the weekend as the deadline for my cookbook drew near and I didn’t know what to do with my nerves. I fixated on a single recipe from the desserts chapter, an Apple Carrot Bundt Cake, […]

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HOW TO FIND A NUTRITION COUNSELOR

We’re rounding the corner on National Nutrition Month and I have another resource to add to the mix of my weekly “shares.” I’m a big believer in getting the support you need when the need arises. Why go it alone if you can lean on a spouse, a friend, a parent, a neighbor, a doctor, […]

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MISO AND GINGER GLAZED SALMON

While I’ve dabbled in multivitamins, I’ve never really embraced supplements. I’ll pop calcium carbonate when I haven’t had enough dairy, or power vitamin C into my kids if a cold is coming on, but beyond that, the nutrients in our house tend to come from food, not pills. The one exception is omega-3s: those essential […]

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MY NUTRITION “GO TO” LIST, PART DEUX

The field of nutrition is a relatively young one. New studies come out daily, and it’s tough, even for the educated, to stay abreast of the research, especially someone who has spent the lion’s share of the last 14 years wiping noses and filling milk cups, not reading medical journals. Below are a few of […]

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PANCAKE SANDWICH WITH RASPBERRY JAM AND YOGURT

Today’s post was going to be all about Omega-3s, but I got side tracked just this morning by this breakfast sandwich. It all started on Saturday when I woke with a hankering to make pancakes. I cooked up a big batch of these Multi-Grain Beauties that were so good the kids didn’t even do that […]

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NUTRITION PRESCRIPTION FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH

We moms can be practically maniacal in our quest for information about parenting. Of the (I’m embarrassed to admit) dozens of books purchased, magazine articles clipped, workshops attended, and documentaries viewed on the subject of parenting since before our first child was even born, I’ve been behind 90 plus percent of it. Wonderful as he […]

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