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About Emilie Berner

Emilie Berner is Chef/Coordinator at The Chef Peter X. Kelly Teaching Kitchen at NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital. Berner brings experience in food, education and wellness to the hospital’s teaching kitchen, located on the hospital’s campus in Cortlandt Manor. She manages the kitchen and teaches cooking classes for the community that focus on various health topics. She can be reached at: teachingkitchen@hvhc.org
Latest Posts | By Emilie Berner
Mellow Yellow Miso Soup
2 months ago

Mellow Yellow Miso Soup

This miso soup contains plenty of iodine, an essential nutrient for the body to regulate metabolism and the thyroid. The major source of iodine in this soup is a seaweed …
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Gingered Cabbage Greens
3 months ago

Gingered Cabbage Greens

Ginger, in traditional Chinese medicine, is used to expel cold, wind, and dampness, while garlic contains compounds called alliin and allicin, which have been found to kill bacteria directly. The …
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Heart-Healthy Farro Confetti Salad
4 months ago

Heart-Healthy Farro Confetti Salad

This grain salad is a great option to make ahead of time and enjoy the whole week. With high fiber ingredients, such as farro, white beans, and heart-healthy olive oil, …
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Sardines (or Salmon) With Couscous
4 months ago

Sardines (or Salmon) With Couscous

We are featuring another recipe to support healthy bones because it really is that important, from Chef/Coordinator of the Chef Peter X. Kelly Teaching Kitchen at New York-Presbyterian Hudson Valley …
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Wakame Cucumber Salad
5 months ago

Wakame Cucumber Salad

Exercise and good nutrition are important for bone health. Here’s a recipe that delivers the nutrients your body needs – found in foods like sea vegetables and seeds- to help …
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Chickpea Salad
5 months ago

Chickpea Salad

This dish gives you the food and nutrients to work towards better bone health.

Some key groups of foods you’ll want to eat to support bone health include leafy greens; …
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