Debbie Meyer Gore

Debbie Meyer Gore
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Debbie's goal is to inspire others to make choices that lead to a healthful work-life balance that is productive, centered and energized.

Debbie Meyer Gore
Debbie Meyer's Featured Recipe
Salmon with Honey-Soy Sauce

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Debbie Gore is a cookbook author and nutrition coach. As a former manager of culinary schools and a Director of Culinary Services for a high-tech oven company, Debbie learned what consumers want from recipes. She wrote Good Friends Great Tastes, to encompass all her tips and techniques of cooking, plus entertaining ideas. She wrote Recipe for Life, to incorporate the superfoods. 


Among her television credits are CNBC’s Fast Money; QVC Shopping Channel; NBC 5 in Fort Worth and Kansas City; Good Morning Texas; and Rachel Ray. She has been written up in The Dallas Morning News; Grapevine Today; Elegant Lifestyles; Start Healthy; Chicken Soup for the Soul magazine; The Gourmet Retailer; and Specialty Food, to name a few publications.


Today, Debbie Gore is a Nutrition Coach for My Fit Foods in Southlake, Texas. She helps customers create a lifestyle of better health and wellness through a customized pre-portioned meal plan program. Debbie's website is & Twitter @RecipeforLife.

Latest Recipes

Broccoli Soup

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Artichoke Dip

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Green Olive Dip

This recipe is easy and delicious and is great with cocktails.

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Zucchini Bites

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Danish Meatballs with Dill Sauce

Joan Willhite in Yellow Springs, Ohio was my work counterpart in Ohio. When we all met for corporate gatherings it was like family getti...

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Chicken Lettuce Wraps

Sandra Dunn from Southlake, Texas volunteers with us at the cooking school. She passed this recipe onto me and it is delicious. It looks...

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Hot Crab Dip

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Calamari with Apricot Dipping Sauce

Julie Esstman of Irving, Texas and her husband Mike are active philanthropists and help with many community projects. They hosted a mar...

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Pita Toasts

These are a great accompaniment to a salad or with hummus. The herb butter can be used with any bread for a special touch.

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Salmon with Mango and Dried Cherries

Brown cooked rice or quinoa salad are wonderful with this dish.

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