September-October 2017


September 1, 2017 Cindy Gay

Enjoyed in the early 20th century, this egg-and-potato-based breakfast met challenges of wartime conservation efforts while repurposing the waffle iron.

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Quinoa Mixed Grain Bread

June 26, 2017 Cindy Gay

My decision to buy a counter-top flour mill was based on inventory. I was running out of space for both grains and flours, and the rotation and usage of each was questionable. The same variety of whole

November-December 2016

Morocco Medallions

November 1, 2016 Cindy Gay

Slices of kasha-filled chicken breasts make a stylish entrée that can be prepared in advance and baked just before dinner. Moroccan Medallions Developed by Cindy Gay Ingredients [2 grams]      ½ teaspoon cumin seeds [1 gram]

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Advice to Future RDNs

September 6, 2016 Cindy Gay

Recently, I spoke at a graduation ceremony for dietetic interns. I based my presentation on a book I made my son for his graduation — listing all the goals I hoped he'd accomplish as an

Cast Fry Pan
Kitchen Tools

A Pan to Make You Feel Like a TV Chef

April 27, 2016 Cindy Gay

Product Reviewed: Gunter Wilhelm Cast Fry Pan When cooking with this nonstick, oven-safe pan, my vegetables sautéed and sizzled as if I were a TV cooking show celebrity. The Gunter Wilhelm Cast Fry Pan is perfect

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Celtuce: My Newest Farmers Market Find

February 19, 2016 Cindy Gay

I'm always looking for something new at the farmers market. Even in winter, I'm not disappointed. This week's find was celtuce. Also known as stem lettuce, celery lettuce, asparagus lettuce and, in China, "wosun," celtuce

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Say Goodbye to 2015 — But Not to Local Produce

January 4, 2016 Cindy Gay

If your farmers market is still going, it's probably down to the hardiest cold weather crops — root vegetables, some greens, potatoes, cabbage and winter squash. What fresh produce there is requires farmers to use protective growing