If you didn’t already notice, some big changes have occurred here at Nutritioulicious! Last week the brand new Nutritioulicious website was launched, with an updated logo, color palette, design, and features. Now you can find all the Nutritioulicious information in one place – the services I offer, my latest media appearances, Nutritioulicious client testimonials, and more! Take a look around – I am sure you will enjoy the new site!
In other big news, I wanted to let you all… read more »
This month’s Recipe ReDux theme is “Dressing for Success.” While the original idea (by my friend and fellow RD Danielle at Food Confidence) was salad dressings, the theme was expanded to include spreads and condiments.
I have posted a bunch of dip and spread recipes in the past so I needed to come up with something new. A few years ago I made a delicious pumpkin cream cheese dip that I served with cinnamon pita chips – it was really delicious! I couldn’t find my recip… read more »
Labor Day may have passed (I know, it feels like it was a long time ago!), but it’s still warm and summery here in New York. Luckily that also means that summer produce is still around. A few weeks ago I realized I hadn’t really had much corn all summer, so I went on a little corn kick and made grilled corn on the cob, corn and tomato salad, and this delicious corn and black bean salsa, which I served with fish tacos. I had a lot of leftovers, so I ended up eating the salsa as a side dish for the rest of th… read more »
My husband and I are pizza lovers. (Is there anyone who isn’t?!) In the past we would order in or go out for pizza, or occasionally we would enjoy a Kashi frozen pizza. But last December when I was testing recipes for We Can Cook… read more », I made pizza at home and we really loved it. (The only other time I have ever made pizza at home is on Passover when I make matzo pizza.) Although I didn’t make the dough from scratch, it was still really fun to make the pizza – rolling out the dough, choosing the topp
It’s that time of year again – lots of cucumbers available fresh from the farm. A couple of summers ago I shared a recipe for a new twist on traditional cucumber salad. With the plethora of CSA cucumbers that have piled up I decided to try another new recipe showcasing this nutritioulicious vegetable. My cucumber soup recipe was inspired by the one from Eating Well, with just a few modifications. It was really easy to make, and quick too! … read more »