Well, this is it. After 72 recipes this is my last post! For now at least. I am going to be traveling a lot in the coming months, and unfortunately I do not have the time to write every week. From a personal standpoint, my husband and I have not repeated a recipe in our home since I started writing six months ago. It’s time for me to dig into The Realistic Dietitian archives and make some oldies but goodies again! And remember, most are under 30 minutes. You just need to meal plan for the week and you DO have time to cook healthy, affordable meals for you and your family. Trust me, it’s cheaper then eating out all of the time and so much better for you. You can do it!
The only thing I am sad about is that I didn’t get to write for the fall season. Fall is my absolute favorite time to cook. Winter squashes, soups, stews, chili…. maybe I will have to jump back in at some point in the fall to guest blog some of my favorite fall dishes. I only received one request when I asked the Facebook world what I should write about for my last post –Fish. I have received this request before but never tackled it because honestly, I don’t eat fish and my husband doesn’t like it either. Even if I did attempt a recipe, I really don’t know what I am doing. So I don’t have a recipe for you this week, but what I can do is tell you about how healthy fish is. I know it might seem odd that I am telling you how great it is for you and I don’t eat it, but I just really don’t like the taste/texture/smell. I have tried before, but I just can’t. I don’t have any moral issues against eating fish or anything; I just haven’t been able to get into it. I get around this by taking fish oil so I still get the health benefits without consuming it. I hope that doesn’t make me sound like a hypocrite! Continue reading