Diane Imrie, R.D., director of nutrition services for Fletcher Allen Health Care in Burlington, Vt., loves Italian food, doesn’t like carrying a pager and once had a doctor ask for bacon to be used to treat a patient.
The food and the people.
Carrying a pager.
Inspiring others to take an interest in healthy food.
A physician once called from the emergency department asking for raw bacon to do be used clinically. Don’t ask.
Is there another option? Growing, storing and cooking food—oh, but that is kind of foodservice.
I would love to be a skilled writer.
I would like to worry less.
Singing in public.
I love most things Italian: mushrooms, good olives, cheese, bread, wine….
Olives, cheese, carrots and spinach.
Gluten free (for all those who may not need it).
Morning. Sometimes we go to bed so early we don’t even have to turn the lights on at night!
Live what you are passionate about.
The early 1800’s. The landscape must have been beautiful here in the Northeast.
Cycling and eating my way across Italy.
My new land.