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Deanna Segrave-Daly, RD, is a food-loving dietitian who co-owns Teaspoon Communications, a food-focused nutrition communications group that consults with a variety of health and food organizations. Deanna blogs at Teaspoon of Spice, with her business partner, Serena Ball, sharing healthy kitchen hacks, nourishing recipes, how-to cooking videos and even mishaps in the kitchen. She is the co-founder of Blog Brûlée, an exclusive, intimate weekend workshop for registered dietitians and healthy living bloggers to enhance their online presence through interactive and synergetic sessions. She is also the former co-owner of The Recipe ReDux, a healthy food blogger community that inspired monthly recipe challenges and was active for 8 years. Besides her own blog, she's a contributor to many food-related websites where she specializes in encouraging healthy appetites through her love of delicious food and cooking. She is currently an EatRight PA blog coordinator and contributor and is the former Features Editor of Sweet Splurges column at Healthy Aperture. Deanna is based in Philadelphia, where her 12-year old daughter and tricky eater husband keep her inspired to create appealing, good-for-you family cuisine.
"Deanna and Serena's recipes are healthful and vibrant, but above all delicious. You will be amazed at how much they pack a flavor punch." —Michael Solomonov, Chef and Co-owner of Zahav "Deanna’s and Serena’s newest cookbook is bursting with enticing recipes that are quick to fix. As a chef and dietitian, I love the foods featuring a Mediterranean diet lifestyle from a flavor and nutrition standpoint—and these recipes deliciously marry both of those concepts. As a bonus, the book is beautifully photographed. You’ll definitely find some new favorite dishes here!" —Jackie Newgent, RDN, culinary nutritionist, award-winning cookbook writer and author of The Clean & Simple Diabetes Cookbook "If you are interested in following the Mediterranean diet, this cookbook is where you must start. It breaks down the Mediterranean lifestyle: why you should try it, what to stock your kitchen and pantry with, and then gives you 125 delicious recipes that your entire family will enjoy. Better yet, the recipes are broken out into 13 different chapters so you can home in on what you want immediately. Easy Everyday is the perfect title for this cookbook!" —Brierley Horton, MS, RDN, writer, editor, former nutrition director at Cooking Light and Eating Well —