Portabello Mushroom “Pizzas” {Money Matters}

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Yesterday was beyond productive. Morning workouts are such a love-hate relationship, but I think I’m leaning more towards love than hate My evening are just too precious…and short. So are my mornings, but I really can make things work in the morning…many mornings. Not all, but many. And on days like yesterday when I really… Read more →

Shrimp in Creamy Horseradish Sauce & Happy RD Day!

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Today is…National Registered Dietitians Day! Wooo! (Yes, it is also Ash Wednesday for those of you who guessed what “holiday” is today). And I forgot until yesterday afternoon that yesterday, March 8th marks 2 years since I became an RD On the American Dietetic Association website they had a great article posted on the Top… Read more →

Creamy Baked Chicken Taquitos & Happy National Nutrition Month!

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Happy National Nutrition Month! March is National Nutrition Month and this year’s theme is “Eat Right with Color“! Each year, the American Dietetic Association puts on this nutrition education and information campaign and its members vote on the theme. In honor of this year’s theme, I will highlight the various nutritional benefits of several fruits… Read more →

Soft and Sweet Homemade, Whole Grain Sandwich Bread

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Firstly, thank you for all of the wonderful and insightful comments from my post yesterday on vegetarianism and veganism and whether it can be helpful or harmful. I also wanted to I wanted to address a few questions that were asked and assure all vegetarians and vegans reading my blog that I fully support any… Read more →

Is canola oil good for you?

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It is nearly common knowledge that canola oil is “healthy” – it is lowest in saturated fat and highest in heart-healthy monounsaturated fat of all oils. And contains omega 3′s. Many believe canola oil is developed from the rapeseed plant which contains toxic erucic acid. While this is not entirely untrue, canola oil is derived… Read more →



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