Hi Friends! Happy weekend, lettuce turnip the beet 🙂 Sorry (not sorry) I couldn’t resist a food pun!
Some of you may have heard that I have been featured in a local magazine Edible Capital District and I could not be more thrilled. The editor Mary reached out to me a few months ago asking if I would be interested in making a few blueberry recipes for their July/August magazine and I jumped at the opportunity. I love blueberries, recipe development and how could I turn down an opportunity to spread my sassy health ways with the whole Capital District?
The stars must have aligned because she asked me to do it AGAIN! And of course I jumped right on board and started brainstorming what I would write about. In this issue of Edible Capital District, I have my own section titled “The Sassy Dietitian’s Guide to Real Food Living”. I love the sound of that and hope it helps teach and empower people to include healthy foods in their diets while still having fun, eating really delicious REAL foods and realizing it’s a lifestyle not just a diet.
This month I wrote all about BEETS one of my favorite vegetables. In the article I talk all about what makes beets so great and healthy for you. You will then be treated with 3 beet inspired recipes, so go grab your copy today! If you are local you can find the magazine all over the area including: Barnes & Noble, Whole Foods Market, fin-your fishmonger, Fort Orange General Store, and SO many more places. You can also ogle at my friend Stan’s beautiful pictures throughout the entire magazine, check him out here if you want to see more amazing shots.
Edible Capital District is one of the many magazines under the Edible Communities. Even if you are not from the Albany/Saratoga area you have options. You can subscribe to our area’s magazine here, you can browse through all the other cities that are available and find one local to you or one where you might be traveling and finally you can check out edible communities online for recipes, articles and so much more.
Thank you Edible Capital District for this opportunity, I hope this local magazine catches on and empowers those reading to indulge in their communities and all that comes along with it.
Now BEET it, go grab a copy and get cooking!
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