(BPT) - ‘Tis the season for holiday get-togethers — often over a shared meal. Making your friends and family feel warm and full of love and good food is top priority — but not at the expense of having to spend all your time in the kitchen. Amy Goodson is a registered dietitian and has quick, easy and better-for-you holiday dish ideas for entertaining this holiday season. To learn more, visit LaPanzanella.com, Moreys.com, BobsRedMill.com, and Walnuts.org.

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