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Livestream Event: Let’s Dish with Carly Knowles MS, RDN, LD
January 11, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
Join West Linn Public Library for Let’s Dish with Carly Knowles MS, RDN, LD: a Local Cookbook Author Talk featuring guest interviewer Grant Butler from the Oregonian food section! This is a live Zoom cookbook author talk that will not be recorded. Annie Bloom’s is proud to be the official bookseller for this event!
Please visit this event page to register using the calendar provided: https://calendly.com/wlpl-programs/online-lets-dish-with-author-carly-knowles
About The Nutritionist’s Kitchen:
This is both an approachable, science based guide to support optimal health and wellness through everyday meals and a cookbook filled with mouthwatering recipes. Throughout the book are simple charts like How to Understand Intuitive and Seasonal Changes in Nature and Identify Our Own Personal Climate (page 61-62) to sidebars such as The Difference between Pickled and Fermented Foods (page 47) and The Best Way to Consume Flaxseeds (page 79). With more than 60 seasonal, restorative recipes like Buckwheat Breakfast Porridge with Cranberry Chia Compote (Winter) and Sweet Cornmeal Pancakes with Vanilla Roasted Peaches (Summer) to Spicy Sriracha Mung Bean Bowl with Pickled Daikon and Carrots (Spring) and Mirin and Miso Glazed Cod (Autumn) to Whole Wheat Apple Galettes with Salted Honey and Dark Chocolate Banana Bread with Toasted Almonds (Autumn and Winter). Also included are recipes for all seasons (Ghee, Golden Turmeric Paste, Plain Whole Milk Yogurt …) and primers on nutrient dense foods and how to shop for and prepare ingredients like beans and sea vegetables. The Nutritionist’s Kitchen is for everyone who aspires to live a healthy, balanced life without depriving themselves of the joy that comes with eating sweet, savory, salty, crunchy, creamy flavorful food.
About Carly Knowles:
Carly has always loved cooking, but it wasn’t until she lived in a rural village in Peru that she saw just how big an impact food and nutrition can have on our health. It was a profound moment that made her realize that food truly is medicine and set her on a path to becoming a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN). She earned a Master of Science degree in nutrition from Bastyr University and has worked as a clinical dietitian in both inpatient and outpatient settings and teaches cooking classes in the community. She specializes in food and nutrition writing, recipe development, and nutrition consulting. Vist her at CarlyKnowles.com, where you can find inspired, flavorful recipes that focus on whole foods to nourish good health and bring joy. This is her first book. Carly lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and son.
About Grant Butler:
Grant Butler is an editor and food writer for The Oregonian and its website OregonLive.com. For 10 years, he wrote for the paper’s food section, and his writing included a regular column that explored plant-based cooking and eating. Off the job, he’s obsessed with Portland’s farmers markets, home cooking, live theater and film. He also has an awesome collection of “Star Wars” action figures.