Tracee BrennerTracee is founder of Nutrition is Healing a nutrition counseling firm to provide individualized services regarding weight loss, eating disorders, prevention of heart disease, diabetes, blood pressure, GI issues and overall wellness. The focus is on Holistic Nutrition, incorporating the importance of eating real foods, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, herbs and spices and understanding the incredible benefits they have on your body, as well as stress reducing techniques. Tracee went to Johnson and Wales Culinary school and graduated in 1986 and went back to school to become a Registered Dietitian at Marymount College and did her internship at New York Hospital Cornell Medical Center. She recently co-authored the book Whole Life Nurtition: A Simple Approach to Nourishing America’s Busy Families. Tracee is currently launching a company web-site www.Realfoodmoms.com which include a blog and cooking section for parents, rankings of healthy food products and a nutrition section answering questions from teens and tweens. Tracee continued her education at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and participates in many continue education classes including Mind Body Medicine through the Institute of Mind Body Medicine. Tracee is a member of the American Dietetic Association and Nutrition Entrepreneurs, Nutrition in Complementary Care and Weight Management practice groups. She is also a member of the American Botanical Society and a member of the Haworth School Wellness Committee and Action For Healthy Kids.
Tracee Yablon-Brenner: Hi! I am Tracee with Nutrition is Healing. Im going to show you how to make Hoisin Turkey Burgers and prepare them into patties. We take about quarter of a cup or just a nice-sized portion in your hand and dip them into black sesame seeds which are highly nutritious; another way to get seeds into your diet - and add them to the preheated grill pan on your stove. Here we go with another burger; you going to have the pan on medium heat and its sprayed lightly with some grape seed oil, and then you want to really be careful to make sure that the pan doesnt have any grease left in it and drain the burgers well.
Now I am going to flip the Turkey Burger. They smell delicious. And the black sesame seeds are really nutty and flavorful and look great. Hey, another five minutes and Ill flip them again. Now the burgers have been cooking for ten minutes; we flipped them once, they smell delicious. I cant wait to try them; going to stick the meat thermometer in and make sure it registers to 165 degrees. There you go; they are done; now I am going to plate it on a bun with some lettuce and Mung bean sprouts on the side. And you can dress it with a little mustard or however you would like, a little Ginger, Sesame sauce. Enjoy! Thats how you make Hoisin Turkey Burgers.