Posts Tagged "sesonality"

Thanksgiving Day Pumpkin Pie 00

Thanksgiving Day Pumpkin Pie

Thanksgiving Day Pumpkin Pie

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Use your decorative pumpkins from Halloween to make a pumpkin pie just in time for Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving Day Pumpkin Pie  soy-free, peanut-free, tree nut-free, seed-free, shellfish-oil, fish-free, nightshade-free, bean & legume-free I used pie pumpkins that I had purchased for decoration earlier this season, but any size pumpkin will work! Cut pumpkin in half or quarters (depending...

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Baked Cinnamon Apple Chips

Baked Cinnamon Apple Chips

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If you are like me, you tend to forget about some of the produce in your refrigerator every now and then and it starts to go bad. I had tons of apples this season from my trip to the orchard and unfortunately, I neglected a few for so long that they were no longer crisp or appetizing to eat. However, the good news is that I you don’t have to waste them or throw them away. Simply turn on the...

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The Vegetannual

The Vegetannual

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As many of you know, I adore the book Animal Vegetable Miracle: A Year of Food Life by Barbara Kingsolver. I enjoy the book so much that today I decided to share with you one of my favorite excerpts from the book about the “vegetannual”. To recover an intuitive sense of what will be in season throughout the year, picture an imaginary plant that bears over the course of one growing...

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Eating with the Seasons

Eating with the Seasons

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“Seasonality is about the pursuit of flavor.” -Odessa Piper March is National Nutrition Month! This month at my dietetic internship I am focusing on promoting and educating people on the importance of eating locally and seasonally. So throughout March I will be providing everyone with information regarding these 2 topics! Today’s global market allows us to buy foods grown anywhere...