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Welcome Nutritioulicious Contributor Tara!

Today I am welcoming a new contributor to the Nutritioulicious blog, Tara Milhem. Read on for an introduction from Tara so you can learn a little more about her. I hope you enjoy her posts as much as I will!  ———————————————————————————————————̵… read more »

Menu Plan Monday (November 26-December 2)

Hope you had a great Thanksgiving weekend! My Turkey Day meal went great  - a couple of minor glitches, but that’s par for the course for my first time cooking a big holiday meal. I can’t believe it’s over and the holiday season is here. Soon my twin girls will be a year old – now I need to start planning for that! In the meantime, I had lots of leftovers from Thanksgiving dinner – enough for meals Sunday night and tonight, and I still have more in the fridge. I had already pl… read more »

Baked Mac n Cheese Primavera {Recipe ReDux}

I’m interrupting the scheduled programming of Thanksgiving Day preparations to bring you this month’s Recipe ReDux. This month we were challenged to ReDux an old cookbook or recipe card recipe and make a Vintage Side Dish. My original plan was to make my version of my mother’s noodle kugel, but as I was making dinner the other night I happened upon a brand new ReDux. I set out to make a fall version of this Cheesy Pasta Primavera with leftover kale, mushrooms, and cauliflower. I h… read more »

Menu Plan Monday – Thanksgiving Week

The big day is almost here. You know what I’m talking about – T-Day, Turkey Day, Thanksgiving! This is by far my favorite holiday and this year I’m hosting it. I must say, I’m a little overwhelmed at this prospect since the past few months have been the craziest I can remember – what with 10 1/2 month old twins and settling into a new house and all that entails. But I’m excited to be running the show and I can’t wait to sit around the table with my family and expre… read more »

Spiced Pumpkin Bread {Recipe}

Get the essence of fall from this healthier pumpkin bread, spiced with cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger.  In eighth grade my classmates and I were allowed to take a cooking elective. This was long before I was interested in becoming a dietitian. I certainly never thought I would be a cookbook author and spending the majority of my time in the kitchen whipping up new recipes. I don’t remember most of what we made in that class, but I do have very vivid and fond memories of making pumpkin bread i… read more »