An Easy Grill Upgrade
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An Easy Grill Upgrade

July 2, 2019 Anne Danahy

There’s no better way to welcome summer and grilling season than with a clean grill and a fun set of skewers, courtesy of Proud Grill Company.

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A Game Changing Grill Stone

April 30, 2019 Anne Danahy

Made from basalt rock, this grill stone has small volcanic pores. Because food isn’t sitting on top of the flame, it’s more moist — and healthier for you.

September-October 2017

Crab Louis Dinner Salad

August 29, 2017 Anne Danahy

A favorite in the early 1900s, Crab Louis Salad traditionally was made with iceberg lettuce, crabmeat and Thousand Island dressing. This version is lighter yet hearty for a balanced meal.

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Turmeric and Ginger Pickled Cauliflower

May 26, 2017 Anne Danahy

Is there any better sight to a dietitian than seeing your family or dinner guests devour a huge plate of cauliflower? I think not. Even though we’re known to push as much color as possible

Stick of unwrapped butter on blue cloth
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One Big Fat Debate

February 3, 2015 Anne Danahy

You’ve probably seen a few headlines in the news recently about saturated fat. It seems that now research studies are finding out that it’s not so bad for us after all…or is it? Let’s get

Woman, man hiking on a winter day
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Tips for Managing Seasonal Affective Disorder

January 22, 2015 Anne Danahy

Have you been feeling more irritable or depressed lately? Sleeping more and craving carbs? If so, you may be suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a condition that’s likely caused by a lack of sunlight,

January-February 2015

Roast a Chicken in 3 Easy Steps

December 29, 2014 Anne Danahy

Product Reviewed Sur La Table Dual Sensing Probe Thermometer Like most registered dietitians, I’m a stickler for food safety.  No risk of food borne-illness in this house!  Not only do I like my meat safely

Woman canning tomatoes in her kitchen
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Canning and Preserving 101

September 11, 2014 Anne Danahy

Are you someone who knows how to prepare and store the summer’s freshest produce, so that you can savor its flavor no matter how cold the weather or deep the snow? Or are you more