Make It A Meal!

March is National Nutrition Month and we’re excited to introduce a Dietitian’s Choice Recipe each week!

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Valentine’s Day Salmon Recipe - Family, Friends & Food with Jayne

Hi Everybody!

I’m the type of person that would rather prepare a great meal for Valentine’s Day at home instead of going out. Call me crazy but I love to experiment with different types of meals and try to make them a little more elegant then I would on a weekday. If you follow my blog you know that one of my favorite seafood items is “Norwegian Salmon” and I just can’t wait to serve this recipe on Valentine’s night. Continue reading “Valentine’s Day Salmon Recipe”

Catch the Wave

Kevin C.Seafood is regarded as one of the healthiest options when it comes to proteins. It is recommended that we eat at least two servings or more of seafood weekly.  Incorporating seafood into any of your meal plans is easy and enjoyable. Knowing that seafood offers many health benefits, it makes it easier to serve. Continue reading “Catch the Wave”

Should I Worry About Regular Fish Consumption?


Hi there! We are knee deep in summer and these sunny days have me smiling from ear to ear. For me, summertime isn’t just about the warm weather, for me it’s also about the experiences and of course, the food! Growing up, a typical evening was spent out on the lake fishing. Even though I only tolerated fish with a half a cup of tartar sauce, I loved spending time with family and soaking up that summer sunshine. Continue reading “Should I Worry About Regular Fish Consumption?”

Grilled Food and Wine Pairing

Beneath the Cork with Mike H. Assistant Liquor

Pairing wine with food should be a fun endeavor especially when it comes to summer grilling. Balancing flavors is a good starting place where you don’t want one element to overpower another like a Cabernet might do to shrimp skewers or steak might do to Pinot Grigio. Texture can be important too and is demonstrated well by a wine with tannins cutting through a fattier piece of meat. As I once heard, another way to think of pairing food & wine is to treat wine like another condiment. Try to create a similar effect to squeezed lemon on seafood or pesto on a steak or salad. Finally if all else fails pick a sparkling wine like Prosecco to pair with grilled food as those bubbles can pair with nearly anything. With all that said, here are some old & new favorites I will be enjoying this summer… Continue reading “Grilled Food and Wine Pairing”