Episode 169: Thanksgiving Traditions: Pennsylvania Dutch Potato Filling with Melissa Altman-Traub

Episode 169: Thanksgiving Traditions: Pennsylvania Dutch Potato Filling with Melissa Altman-Traub

Welcome to our Thanksgiving episode of Cookbook Love Podcast. I hope you’re having a great day of food, family, and friends. Today I have an interview with Melissa Altman-Traub. Melissa is a Registered Dietitian, food blogger, recipe developer, and freelance writer. Melissa also teaches nutrition at a college full-time and is a long-term vegetarian who loves to cook and share healthy and delicious recipes. Today on the podcast Melissa and I talk about her family recipe for Pennsylvania Dutch Potato Filling.

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