Cooks Corner
Holiday dinner healthier than usual PDF Print E-mail
Written by KAREN NADLER COTA Sentinel Lifestyles Editor   
Tuesday, 21 January 2014 12:11
Rita and Ron Trumbull are about to enjoy Christmas dinner featuring all recipes from the Dining with Diabetes class, including the hash brown casserole (top right) and spinach lasagna (center). (Photos provided)
CUSTAR —  Rita Trumbull didn’t pull a fast one.
Her family knew she was planning a departure from their usual ham, turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy Christmas dinner menu, topped off “of course, with pie and other sweet things.”
“We just decided, the girls and I, that we would make this Christmas dinner all out of the diabetes-cooking cookbook.”
Last October, Trumbull attended the Wood County Extension program’s Dining with Diabetes class to learn more about diabetes so she could help her husband Ron.
“I just wanted to see what I could do to make better meals for him.”
She came home from the series armed with lots of new information as well as the cook-booklet full of wonderful sounding recipes, among them the hash brown casserole that is today’s Cook’s Corner feature.
It was the couple’s daughter Jenny Morlock, a member of the Extension staff, who recommended the class to her mother.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 January 2014 12:20
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