Browsing Archive: October, 2010

Brighten your Brussels

Posted by Bree Marsh on Friday, October 29, 2010,
really don't care for or sick of plain old Brussels sprouts?...give this a try....cut off ends and chop up fine or shred them, saute in olive oil, salt, and pepper for 8-10 minutes, then add 2 cloves minced garlic, saute another 2 minutes, add 1/2-1 cup chicken or veg stock, cook over low-medium heat for 5-6 minutes, then at the end add lemon zest and juice and cook another 2 minutes until most of the liquid is absorbed.  top with some toasted walnuts.  this was very bright and flavorful!  so...
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parsnips and pumpkin

Posted by Bree Marsh on Wednesday, October 27, 2010,
the last two nights were awesome!  roasted parsnip, fennel, and apple salad with a lemon mustard dressing AND ginger rosemary pumpkin soup.  both super simple.  monday night....chop up veggies(and fruit) into equal bite sized pieces, coat with olive oil and salt, and roast at 450 for 20-25 minutes.  top with a dressing of lemon juice, honey, salt, pepper, dijon(or spicy) mustard, and olive oil.  i served this with some mustard/lemon baked salmon.  i think it is good to experiment with food an...
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back in action!

Posted by Bree Marsh on Monday, October 25, 2010,
the hiatus is over!  i am back to blogging and back to my nutrition happy place.  after a little too much structure and not much variety during my figure prep for 10 or so weeks, then a week of "whatever" eating, i am so ready to increase the variety and decrease the structure and get back to my love for cooking, eating, and experimenting.  i keep changing up my blog and this time it is no different.  i want to keep you updated, inspired and excited, but i also don't want to get overwhelmed w...
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Bree Marsh, MFCS, RD, LD Hi, my name is Bree. I love food! I love healthy food! I love sharing my food ideas and tips with you! Follow along and get inspired by all the interesting and easy ways to incorporate super foods into your diet. Check out the 'dense declaration' page for my story!

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Please keep in mind that although I am a Registered Dietitian and many of my recommendations are based on years of schooling and research, I am not your personal RD and I do not know of your specific nutritional struggles and/or health problems!  My advice, although many times is intended for the possible prevention of some chronic diseases, is not intended to cure any form of disease and/or medical problem.  Please consult your doctor before making any drastic changes in you diet or exercise routine!


 
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