BFA DANCE– PERFORMANCE
BA DANCE – PEDAGOGY
BS DANCE – AR TS ADMINISTRA TION
BALLET INSTITUTIONAL MEMBER, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS OF DANCE
LARRY A. ATTAWAY, CHAIR, DEPARTMENT OF DANCE
My job : DANCING
by March 31, 2017
like fortified soy milk (which has the same
amount of protein and calcium as cow’s milk).
Add a spoonful of blended flax- or chia seeds
for a sorbet-like consistency and inflammation-
Pancakes can be excellent energy food. Swap
refined white flour for a homemade blend of
almond flour, oats, flaxseeds, hemp seeds and
buckwheat flour. You’ll get
more protein, iron,
omega-3s and fiber. n
Royal Winnipeg Ballet soloist Josh
Reynolds brings these potato
pancakes with him on harder
days at the theater.
In a large bowl, mix 2 cups
potatoes (mashed), 1/4 minced
onion, 1 tsp. minced herbs,
1/4 cup flour, and salt and pepper
Using a little spray oil on a skillet, drop large
spoonfuls of the mixture and brown on each side.
Soak 1 cup cashews for 1 hour or more.
Drain and blend with 2 tbsp. nutritional yeast,
1 tbsp. lemon juice, a pinch of sea salt and
enough water to create desired creaminess.
Alternative: You can also grind up almost any raw
nuts with nutritional yeast, salt, herbs and garlic
for the perfect “parmesan” seasoning.
More recipes can be found in the Nutrition for
Great Performances Resource Book by Emily C.
Harrison, MS, RD, LD. Find her book and DVDs at