Welcome to My Table

Let’s Love Food & Live Well

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Tired of Nutrition Whiplash and “eat-like-me” Diet Divas?

At my table…

Fear, doubt, and judgment are not on the menu. Instead, I share reliable, easy food solutions to support a food culture you love, that’s uniquely yours.

I’m Michele Redmond, Food Enjoyment Activist, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and French-trained chef. Read more about Michele.

Your best food culture nurtures your body and spirit through the pleasure of eating and by making delicious, satisfying food.

Make Food First

Find time to eat, simplify your food decisions and prioritize eating as a relaxing pleasure.

Embrace Cooking

Enjoy more foods, particularly plants, and find new ways to prepare nourishing foods, simply.

Taste Mindfully

Create taste habits and skills that improve food choices and satisfy your appetite in healthy ways.

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“You don’t have to choose between loving food and being healthy, it just feels like it.” Michele Redmond

Marmalade Macaroons or Rochers à la Noix de Coco

  Add macaroons to your dessert menu to master a classic French treat with Italian origins that’s surprisingly quick and easy. Macaroons (mac-uh-ruinz) based on coconut, look and sound nothing like the butter-cream filled almond cookies macarons (mac-kaw-rhone except...

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Pineapple Ginger Salsa Recipe

  It screams “don’t touch me!” Maui pineapple from my Dole Plantation Tour Tomato-based salsas offer familiar flavors and textures, but bust out of that comfort zone with a sweet, tangy pineapple ginger salsa for a zippy dip and fun side dish or garnish. Flavorful...

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Salsa! Dance it or Eat it—Both Burn Calories

  Dance it or eat it, but either way salsa boosts your mood, makes you hot and burns extra calories. Chile peppers in salsa contain chemicals that trigger heat sensations and cause your body to expend more energy--a metabolic effect called diet-induced thermogenesis...

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Culinary nutrition classes
Kitchen makeovers
Recipe development

Events & Workshops

Corporate wellness
Culinary schools
Private groups

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Professional speaking
Freelance writing
Blog and videos

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