- Hi! My name is Jessica Fishman Levinson and I am a registered dietitian and nutrition consultant in New York City. I love delicious, seasonal food, good wine, dining out, and helping people enjoy a healthy, nutritious, and delicious lifestyle! You can find out more about Nutritioulicious at www.nutritioulicious.com and feel free to contact me with any questions at Jessica@nutritioulicious.com.
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This month’s Recipe ReDux theme is “Dressing for Success.” While the original idea (by my friend and fellow RD Danielle at Food Confidence) was salad dressings, the theme was expanded to include spreads and condiments. I have posted a bunch … Continue reading
When I first found out this month’s Recipe ReDux theme, frozen desserts, I was a little worried. First of all, I don’t make dessert very often – don’t get me wrong, I eat plenty of it, I just buy it … Continue reading
It’s that time again: the monthly Recipe Redux blog challenge! Last month’s theme was grilling (if you missed my Grilled Salmon Burgers with Cherry Chutney check it out), and in keeping with the spirit of summer, the Recipe Redux founders … Continue reading
I am excited to be part of a new recipe challenge that is starting this month, called The Recipe Redux. Perhaps you have seen other recipe challenges in the blogosphere, but this one is different because it’s founded by registered … Continue reading
You all know I love eating based on what’s in season, so when it comes to the summer months I’m basically in foodie heaven. There is so much produce available in these warmer months and I start getting my CSA … Continue reading