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Caribbean Curry in Central Florida

There's more to Orlando than Disney World. Honestly, even I didn't believe it – and I grew up in Central Florida! Almost every Saturday morning you will find my husband and I at the farmers market.

Apple Crisp (Absolutely) Anytime

When it comes to apples, I enjoy them simply. They taste so perfectly on their own with skin that snaps as you bite into it and juice rolling down your wrist, that I don’t usually like to adulterate them with a slather of peanut butter or baked into a pie. But every fall, I crave the warm, comforting dish of Apple Crisp.

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Nashville Flair

I'm a Midwestern girl at heart, but three years ago I moved to Nashville for my dietetic internship at Vanderbilt. And what an experience it has been to learn about a new culture and cuisine! While Southern cuisine varies greatly from region to region, here in Nashville we eat what most of America thinks of as "traditional" Southern foods: cornbread fritters, turnip greens, fried okra, grits, hot chicken, pinto beans and black-eyed peas.

Local and Naturally Gluten-Free

I find it fascinating that the local food and gluten-free trends have simultaneously gone mainstream. The former is my passion and the latter my necessity (and expertise).

Local Harvest in the Bread Basket

I sometimes forget how lucky I am to be living in what is known as the "bread basket"–a 400-mile stretch in California that grows nearly one quarter of the country's produce. Having this much fresh, local produce at my disposal is a dietitian's–and a foodie's–dream.

Picking a Proper Pepper

I am all about this comfortable cooler weather. I die for this time of year. As much as I love Christmas and Thanksgiving, and all that festivities that go with it, fall has to be my favorite. I think my love for this time of year really comes down to the simple fact that it brings me back to my fondest childhood memories. And chili.

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Harvest on the Front Lines

There's really no better place to reflect on the year than driving a combine. That's because, as fun as it is, it leaves you plenty of time to look over a field and think.

What Fall Harvest Means to Me

Harvest—the very word makes you think of farmers in the fields, the abundance of crops, and hands eagerly picking the bounty from gardens. My harvest memories start in England, where I was born, and travel all the way to my adopted home in central North Carolina.

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A Family Tradition: Apple and Pumpkin Picking

Each year when autumn hits, my whole family drives about an hour to Barton Orchards in Poughquag, New York, for our tradition of picking apples and pumpkins.

The Flavors of My Border Town Home

Growing up in Nogales meant walking to Sonora for street tacos, then coming home to celebrate a classmate’s quinceñera where the DJ spun American pop music and Mexican cumbias.

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Guest bloggers from around the world share with Food & Nutrition Magazine.

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Stone Soup is a guest blog written by members of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Content — including information, recipes and views expressed — is that of the authors and does not reflect the positions or policies of Food & Nutrition Magazine or the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Bloggers are required to pledge they will not write for Stone Soup on topics, companies or trade organization they currently represent or have represented at any time.

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