Michelle Dudash, RDN teaches us what are good carbs versus those we should avoid.
A chopped salad that you can prepare in and eat from a jar!
Do you enjoy eating meals in a jar? Then you’ll love Michelle’s Mason jar lunches. You will be amazed with how delicious this tastes! Mason Jar Salad Recipe: Michelle’s Chopped Salad in a Jar 1 pound grilled chicken breast, cut into bite-sized pieces (or try edamame) 1...Read More
Use sweet potato to add seasonal taste to waffles This is a time of year that I surely want to get my fill of all the produce the season has to offer, and sweet potatoes are very high on my list. My friend Kim prepared...Read More
A snack that really pops How To Make Popcorn on the Stovetop There is a time and place for microwave popcorn. Like when your 3-year old is begging for it while you’re in the midst of drilling through your crammed to-do list, or when you’re desperately...Read More
Jack of all trades, master of nothing. That is how I feel about most all-purpose baking mixes. Use them to produce pancakes with additives? I don’t think so. And, how “healthy” are the varieties marketed as such? After years of enduring these inferior products,...Read More
I became very picky about risotto after cooking it day after day at Mary Elaine’s (R.I.P.) at The Phoenician. Freshly made, well-executed risotto should be pourable, not sticky or firm, and it should also be eaten immediately. There’s no way around the watchful hour...Read More
Last time I visited my friend Kim, she made these scrumptious waffles which were crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. They don’t taste overly sweet like you might think they would, so they can be served at any time of day....Read More
Makes 4 ample servings. Takes 15 minutes to prepare. It felt like a mafia movie scene – an offer I couldn’t refuse. While visiting my friendly colleague Amy at the Culinary Institute of America at Greystone, she looked me straight in the eye, gifted me...Read More