Author Archives: Theresa Stahl RDN LDN, FAND

Savor the Flavor of Eating Right

March is National Nutrition Month and this year, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics encourages everyone to learn how to “Savor the Flavor of Eating Right.” I often encourage my clients to savor the flavor of their food. Too often, … Continue reading

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Squash Surprise

I love farmers markets! We have so many in Allegany County, MD and each has a different variety of farmers. It’s great to visit the different stands and see the great variety of products for sale. Friday at the Frostburg … Continue reading

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Scrumptious Sweet Potatoes & Spinach

I love new recipes – especially ones that my friends have already tried. This week, my friend Cathy Webb told me about a recipe that sounded scrumptious. Since I already had most of the ingredients, I made it today. It … Continue reading

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Time for kalettes or kale sprouts?

Sometimes veggies take the culinary world by storm. Such has been the case with both kale and Brussels sprouts. And now, we welcome a new hybrid of these two trendy veggies. Called kalettes or kale sprouts, they’re a perfect blend … Continue reading

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Discovering Delicata Squash

I love discovering new foods and this week, on a trip to the farmers’ market, I bought some beautiful pumpkins and gourds for Fall decorations and along with these, I found some fancy delicata squash. Although considered a winter squash, … Continue reading

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Sweet as a Peach

Summer brings to mind eating sweet juicy fruits, such as peaches. This has been a good peach season in Mountain Maryland and I happily purchased peaches today from Rice’s Orchard at the Farmers’ Market at Canal Place in Cumberland. Originally from China, … Continue reading

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Wonderful Watermelon

Looking for ways to stay hydrated this summer? Watermelon is a refreshing way to whet your whistle. One cup of diced watermelon is about 92% water! No wonder it has the word water in its name. Since our bodies are … Continue reading

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Wild about Wild Ramps

With my nickname from my next door neighbor being the onion queen because of my onion garden, and being Italian and loving garlic, I have long been intrigued by wild ramps. Ramps are an early spring perennial onion with a … Continue reading

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Enjoy the Taste of Eating Right

I often hear people joke, “If it tastes good, it’s not good for you.” Have you ever felt that way? Many of my clients do. Many think that healthy and tasty don’t go together. But this isn’t true! March is … Continue reading

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Kale and Beans – a Winning Combo!

Watching The Kitchen on the Food Network, I learned that kale is the second most searched food on their website, right after chicken and right before quinoa. That’s great news since kale is a nutrition powerhouse. A member of the … Continue reading

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