Recipe – Divine Salmon with Almonds

Since moving to Seattle, I have encountered a lot more people with various food preferences. Whether for religious or personal reasons, there are many vegetarians, or people who do not eat meat or poultry. It definitely helps to have so much locally grown produce and fresh seafood readily available. But I began to think aboutContinue reading “Recipe – Divine Salmon with Almonds”

Recipe – Wild Rice & Quinoa Stuffing

A very traditional dish found at many holiday dinners is stuffing, also known as dressing. While typically made of bread, many people with Celiac disease or gluten sensitivity are unable to eat traditional stuffing due to its gluten content. I discovered a recipe that offers a delicious solution to this issue. Another perk of thisContinue reading “Recipe – Wild Rice & Quinoa Stuffing”

Recipe – Herbed Spinach Balls

Every year for both Thanksgiving and Christmas, my family spends all afternoon cooking a big meal. Several years ago, my mom starting preparing and bringing appetizers to hold us over while we cooked. My favorite of these snacks is the herbed spinach balls. While it originally came from a Weight Watcher’s recipe, it is aContinue reading “Recipe – Herbed Spinach Balls”

Nicole Lyon, the Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

Since July 2015, I have earned the right to put fancy initials behind my name: RDN (or RD, practitioner’s choice). I am known as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, currently licensed to practice in Texas and certified for Washington state. For the last few years I worked as a clinical dietitian but recently moved to SeattleContinue reading “Nicole Lyon, the Registered Dietitian Nutritionist”