All posts by: Bonnie Taub-Dix

Some “breads” are actually quite sweet and sugary, acting more like cake than bread. This Pear Pecan Pumpkin Spice Bread lets the naturally sweet taste of the pears shine through without any added sugar and it pears perfectly (pun intended) with savory dishes like a...
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Let me set the record straight: there’s no one food that’s a miracle cure for all ailments, nor is there just one food that is responsible for causing all of our health issues. Balance is what’s key when it comes to a healthy diet. If...
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Although I make cobblers all year round using fruit of the season like mangos, cherries and apples, the Fall is when the aroma of fruit baking in the oven warms the chilly temperatures and the hearts of my family. This pear cobbler is particularly delish since...
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A Pear of Aliens!! Whether it’s picking apples, decorating a pumpkin or running through colorful leaves, the Fall brings together some tasty and fun happenings. 🎃 And I don’t know about you, but for me Fall also meant dressing up and going trick-or-treating with my...
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For our family, it doesn’t need to be October’s National Pasta Month to welcome a steamy bowl of pasta to the table. For us, pasta is evergreen; we enjoy it year round. But since October is a month filled with pumpkins, apple picking, and yes,...
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Don’t wait for a holiday to spark an upgrade to your daily habits. Whether it’s a slight modification in your everyday routine or a total makeover of one of your typical faulty practices, it’s never too late to put your best food forward and create...
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Zoodles have become wildly popular as a pasta look-alike that’s lower in carbs and higher in fiber, vitamins B6, C, and K aa well as riboflavin, folate, magnesium, potassium and manganese. As a pasta lover, I enjoy tossing in some whole wheat pasta along with...
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  There are so many delicious choices in the ice cream aisle. Ice cream is traditionally made with heavy cream, laden with saturated fat and cholesterol, and some premium types still contain as much fat per serving as a few pats of butter. But today...
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As a mom of three, I faced a few tough table-time challenges. One example that stands out, was when my middle son refused to eat salad. Can you imagine that…truly a nutrition nightmare for a nutritionist mom! I knew I had to think of a...
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  If you knew you could have stopped that balsamic vinegar from splattering on your favorite white sweater, would you have done something to prevent it from happening? And if you knew you were going to drive into a pothole, causing your tire to go...
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