Check out the July/August issue of HEALTH Magazine and the 26 shortcuts to slim “A to Z Summer Shape-Up” article. I contributed these Five Tips to help you stay healthy over the summer! First up is A for 🥑 Next up, P is for Probiotics And don’t forget my other favorites, U, V, and W

Read more

Hi! Welcome to the inaugural newsletter for Culinary Nutrition Cuisine. My goal is to bring you tasty and nutritious seasonal recipes, nutrition tidbits, kitchen essentials, tips, tools, and finds. I hope you enjoy it! whats-cooking-this-month-at-cnc-june-2017-V2 Don’t forget to check out the June newsletter recipe, Radish and Snap Pea Salad with Herbed yogurt Also download my […]

Read more

In honor of Recipe Redux’s 6-year anniversary, this month’s Recipe Redux challenge is cake or a small bite dessert. Happy anniversary! Woo hoo! As my daughter will tell you, I love baking muffins. I try to incorporate vegetables and/or fruit in every muffin recipe and I always focus on minimal additional sugar from three sources […]

Read more

Looking for a new way to prepare kale? I admit, I’m not a huge fan of raw kale so I’m always thinking about creative ways to prepare it. Here’s a great way to cook it without adding any oil or sticking it in an oven. Quick, easy, and delicious! I like to use crispy kale […]

Read more

Now that it is finally is starting to feel like Spring, get outside, turn on the grill, and try my Greek Burger topped with Greek Salad. It’s protein-packed, low carb, and chock full of flavor, fiber, vitamins, and minerals. My recipe uses ground beef, but feel free to experiment with other animal proteins. Ground turkey […]

Read more

Dietetic Career Spotlight on Abbie Gellman, Chef, Culinary Nutrition Cuisine By SARAH KOSZYK, MA RDN on MAY 29, 2017 Meet Abbie Gellman, MS, RD, CDN, who has combined both her expertise as a chef and her passion for food and nutrition to cook for people while also coaching clients towards their nutritional health and wellness. […]

Read more

Spring is here and with that comes an array of amazing fruits and vegetables. Kicking off the season is the humble radish, one of my favorite veggies. It’s hard to beat the peppery crunch of a radish, a great addition to a variety of dishes. The typical radish is red on the outside with bright […]

Read more

Growing up in the 1970s and ’80s means I experienced all sorts of interesting — some would say crazy — food trends. Everything from Hamburger Helper to Steak-Ums to casseroles made with cream of mushroom soup. And who could forget “salad,” which was essentially a gelatin mold with anything and everything suspended inside of it. […]

Read more

Just in time for Memorial Day, this week’s recipe round-up winner is the Buffalo Turkey Burger with Blue Cheese Yogurt. Turkey is a great source of Vitamin B3 (niacin), which supports cell growth and helps regulate metabolism. Serve this burger with the blue cheese yogurt sauce and add some vegetable sides – you’ll have high […]

Read more

I received free samples of Sabra Hummus mentioned in this post. By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by Sabra and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time. I love hummus, especially one that’s as creamy and flavorful as Sabra. I had […]

Read more
Page 1 of 1112345...10...Last »