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Robin Miller

Robin Miller
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Robin is nothing if not reasonable and sensible. “Raising kids with healthy attitudes toward food will ultimately lead to older kids and adults who choose to eat in a healthy way,” she told the Miami Herald.

Robin Miller
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Toasted Coconut Rice

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Robin Miller is a food writer and nutritionist whose programs, Quick Fix Meals with Robin Miller and Robin to the Rescue air on the Food Network.

 

Robin’s latest book is Robin Rescues Dinner: 52 Weeks of Quick-Fix Meals, 350 Recipes, and a Realistic Plan to Get Home-Cooked Dinners on the Table. Other titles include Robin to the Rescue, Quick Fix Meals with Robin Miller; Picnics; Verdure; The Newlywed Cookbook; The Daily Soup; and Jane Fonda, Cooking for Healthy Living.  

 

Her recipes and nutrition features can be seen regularly in a variety of magazines, including Clean Eating; Experience Life; Guideposts; Cooking Light; Health; Fit Pregnancy; and Toddler

 

Robin has been a guest on many local and national television shows, including The Early Show (CBS); Regis & Kelly; The View; The Today Show (NBC); Good Morning America (ABC); CNN; ABC Eyewitness News; CBS Evening News; Fox News Channel; the Discovery Channel; Health Network; and Joan Lunden’s Women’s Supermarket Network.

 

Additionally, she has hosted home videos for Jane Fonda and cable television vignettes for the Food Network and a variety of food companies.

 

Robin has a master’s degree in Food and Nutrition from New York University, 1998, and her website is www.robin-miller.com.

 

Latest Recipes

Southwest Cabbage Slaw

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Chicken Skewers with Spicy Raisin Ketchup

Meet your new barbecue sauce! You’ll adore the combination of sweet raisins, earthy cumin, and tangy jalapeno pepper. Serve this with Toa...

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Toasted Coconut Rice

Toasting the coconut adds depth and a distinct nuttiness, while the coconut milk provides richness. This is the perfect side dish for Asi...

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Pork Medallions with Cranberry-Horseradish Sauce

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German Potato Salad

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Chipotle Pork Soft Tacos

The chipotle chiles add smoky heat to the sauce for the pork, so plan to serve “cooling” ingredients alongside; sour cream, tomatoes, and...

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Black & Pink Beans with Rice

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Tex-Mex Stuffed Peppers

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Baked Fish ’n’ Chips with Honey Vinegar

Since I don’t often deep-fry foods (too messy), I bake my fish and potatoes in a hot oven. The result is crunchy-crusted fish and golden ...

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Romaine Salad with Roasted Cherry Tomatoes & Blue Cheese

I grew up eating blue cheese, and my boys inherited those genes! In this dish, I partner the tangy crumbles with caramelized roasted toma...

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Mixed Cherry Tomato Salad

Cherry tomatoes are such fun to pop in your mouth. This easy and light salad gets a jolt of flavor from fresh basil, and it’s the perfect...

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Poblano Pepper "Quiches"

You’ll adore these unique, crustless "quiches" that boast all the elements or your favorite brunch treat, just kicked up with the wonderf...

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Smoked Salmon Quesadillas

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Chicken Spring Rolls with Sriracha Cream Dip

This is an excellent use for leftover chicken--whether it's the legs, thighs, a whole rotisserie chicken, or cooked chicken breasts from ...

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Spaghetti Aglio with Almonds and Black Olives

A super-simple dish that's perfect for the family, yet elegant enough for entertaining (even last minute guests!). The best part is, most...

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Maple-Pear Roasted Pork Tenderloin

Such a fancy name for just 6 ingredients! And they're almost all pantry staples. Pork has a natural affinity with fruit and the sweetness...

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Pretzel-Crusted Honey-Mustard Chicken

Three ingredients to fabulous? No kidding! My kids LOVE this dish. What's not to love--crunchy pretzels, sweet and vinegary mustard and r...

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Beet-Apple Salad with Pistachios and Goat Cheese Dressing

Not just beautiful to look at, this salad is elegant, sweet-n-tangy and super nutritious. Sweet beets and tart apples tossed in a dressin...

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Grilled Flank Steak and Roasted Artichokes with Gruyere and Parmesan

Wow! You and your palate will be floored by the robust flavor you achieve with just a few ingredients. Marinated artichoke hearts don't j...

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Pan Roasted Chicken with Cherry Tomatoes and Greek Olives

A colorful dish inspired by the flavors of Greece. I chose bone-in chicken breasts because they take slightly longer to cook than boneles...

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Seared Scallops with Apricot-Lime Sauce

A dish that takes scallops to a new level--a level that will have your family and friends raving! After a quick sear, the golden brown, s...

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Chicken Gumbo

If your spice rack is fully stocked, you can throw this together with ease. One ingredient you might not have is okra; it helps to thicke...

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Penne-Artichoke Caponata

Caponata is a Sicilian dish whose main ingredient is eggplant. I’ve substituted artichoke hearts and added capers. Partner this with Red ...

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Red Lettuce with Honey-Maple Vinaigrette

I like to combine honey and maple syrup, not because I have an incredible sweet tooth, but because I like the different types of sweetnes...

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Linguine with Peas, Shiitake Mushrooms and Sage

The distinct taste of wild mushrooms, both porcini and shiitake, lends an earthiness to all kinds of sauces. In this dish I use linguine,...

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Pear-Cucumber Salad with Balsamic & Shaved Romano Cheese

Pears and cucumbers partner so well that I just had to combine them in a salad. They’re both mildly sweet, so I added tangy balsamic vine...

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Ditalini with Turkey Sausage

This is a dish for kids and kids-at-heart! Ditalini is a fun shape, and the little pasta pieces take well to flavor-packed sausage slices...

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Garlic-Roasted Asparagus with Almonds

This is a simple and impressive way to prepare asparagus. I use garlic powder instead of fresh minced garlic so that the flavor coats eve...

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Spicy Chicken Meatballs in Tomato-Lime Dip

My inspiration for this dish came from south of the border. The chicken meatballs are spiked with hot chiles, scallions, ginger, and garl...

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