I am a nutritionist/personal chef that offers a variety of services based on the specific needs of each of my clients. Eat well. Be happy. Live Healthy.
I understand how difficult it can be to keep your kitchen stocked with nourishing foods, be it a lack of kitchen savvy skills or simply not having enough time to do so. My focus is encouraging food plans consisting of whole, organic, local foods whenever possible and I shop at farmer’s markets or locally owned co-ops and grocery stores to maintain these standards. I am able to produce food plans for individuals that have dietary needs due to medical conditions or people that are merely seeking a healthier life style. Services I provide include: nutritional advice, kitchen tips, meal planning with recipes, cooking tips, personal grocery shopping and meal delivery or in home cooking. Some people utilize all services and some only one. I advise and plan for individuals, couples or families; for one or all daily meals and/or snacks. If time constraints are the only problem and meal planning is not required, then I simply produce a grocery list and deliver to your doorstep. Clients that don't live near enough to Seattle can take advantage of and benefit from long distance planning services via email communication. Now there is always a way to eat well and feed your mind, body and soul.
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I don't know if anyone else has noticed the bombardment of KFC commercials lately, only watching HULU, I can't seem to escape them. The latest "deal" they are promoting is a "$5.00 Fill Up Box." I couldn't help myself. I had to know the nutrition facts. If you go to the website you will find that KFC has not provided these for the five options offered in said boxes. So I did the math. The following all have a biscuit, mashed potatoes w/ gravy, a cookie, and a medium sized Pepsi: Option 1-Chicken Drum & Thigh Original recipe: 1,120 Extra Crispy: 1,240 Option 2-Grilled Chicken Breast 840 Kcal Option 3-Chicken Pot Pie 1,500 Kcal Option 4-Famous Bowl 1,360 Kcal Option 5-Chicken Strips (3) 1,040 Kcal SERIOUSLY!! This is one meal!? But, don't worry it's only five dollars...Let's think about the variety of meals we could make with a whole chicken made in our own kitchens and the nutrient value of doing so.
I just finished a meal plan for a long time friend/family member! Feeling so grateful and accomplished. I love feeding people.
On the menu tonight? Well... Nori-wrapped salmon with dijon mustard and fresh tarragon along side a potato and rice salad stuffed baked onion...It is a mixture of about 20 some odd recipes otherwise I would share the details. If all goes well, look forward to hearing how to make it yourself!