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Peggy Korody North San Diego Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

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A Trio of Snacks & A Sweet

Will you be hosting a Super Bowl party this year or attending one?  This was the year I was hoping for the Chargers to make at least the play-offs (one can hope)!  Either way, I would like to share three snack ideas and a super easy sweet. Most can be prepped ahead, then reheat and […]

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Hungarian Mushroom Soup

If you are looking for a soup to warm  you up on a cool winter day, give this a try.  This soup uses both “hot” and “sweet” Hungarian paprika.  You may have to shop around to find the “hot” Hungarian paprika, or order online.  This soup also calls for 10 cups of sliced mushrooms, these […]

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Holiday Treats! (2)

Lemon-Cream Cheese Tea Loaves, I like to give these as a special gift to friends and family during the holidays. PrintHoliday Treats! (2) Lemon-Cream Cheese Tea Loaves Ingredients1 8oz. cream cheese, softened ½ cup butter, softened 1 ¼ cups sugar 2 large eggs 2 ¼ cups all-purpose flour 1 Tbsp. baking powder ½ tsp. salt ¾ cup […]

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Holiday Treats!

I still have fond memories, as a child growing up, baking with my Mom in the kitchen during the holidays.  This was the time of year when the “special” cookies and tea cakes were made. Therefore, this month I would like to share a couple my favorites.  First, my Mom’s nut cups, they look cute […]

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TRIPLE-MUSHROOM BISQUE WITH TURKEY

It’s turkey time and it’s never too early to make plans for leftovers!   Many like to make soup, so I thought I would share something different than the typical turkey noddle soup.  I have been making this soup for years because I love its creaminess.  So, if you are looking for something to warm […]

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Pumpkin Ginger Bread with a Surprise!

October brings us the fall weather, the leaves start changing color, the air’s a little crisper and the fall fruit, such as pears and apples are fresh.  This month I thought I would share a fun recipe – I poached three pears and placed them “whole” into a loaf bread. I’m sharing my Pumpkin Ginger […]

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Asian Lettuce Jackets

September can be a hectic month, especially if you have school age children with back to school activities, etc.  Therefore, this month I thought I would share a “quick to the table” healthy dinner.  This recipe is made up of ideas, no measuring – be creative.  Also, this is a meal you can eat with […]

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Farro Salad with Spinach, Strawberries & Walnuts

This month I would like to share a great summer salad.  This would be a good salad to take to a potluck gathering; in fact this is what I will bring to our July Concert on the Lake to share with friends this year.  Farro Perlato is an ancient Italian whole grain first cultivated in […]

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Free-form fruit tart

OK, I love to cook, but I’m not big on cooking dessert, although during the summer we do love to have fruit pie.  I like this one because I didn’t have to fit it into a pie dish because it’s free form and pretty simple.  Also, there is very little added sugar, you get the […]

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Time to B-B-Que – Dinner-on-a-stick

I love cooking outside for many reasons, one being no mess in the kitchen, which my family likes (they do the cleaning!).  Also, I just like to be outside during the warm months and I enjoy seeing the hot air balloons flying overhead while I’m grilling dinner.  June is a time for Father’s Day, graduation […]

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