Cooking

A recent study found that shoppers that shop more often have better quality diets and higher fruit and vegetable consumption. Plenty of studies show the benefits of increasing fruit and vegetable intake, yet according to the CDC, just 1 in 10 adults get adequate produce in their diets. There’s...
 
Cooking, Kids

In 2018 over 58,000,000 people visited Disney’s Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom combined. That’s a lot of people wearing Mickey Mouse hats and enjoying the food in the parks! Since many people are putting travel plans on hold due to COVID, this is a perfect time...
Cooking, Food and Health

A new study gives more reason to “go fish” and reduce animal-based protein sources in your diet. According to a new study from Northwestern Medicine and Cornell University, consuming just 2 servings of beef, processed meat, or poultry on a weekly basis has been found to raise the risk of cardiovascular disease by 3 to ... Meatless Monday and Beyond!
Cooking

The phrase “what’s for dinner?” has certainly changed as more people are staying home, restaurants are often only offering take-out, social distancing is eliminating group meals, and grocery stores intermittently have limited stock. A former coworker posted online that she was doing some homeschooling and grown-up training with her...
Cooking

Have you ever noticed that the less food you have in your house, the more likely you are to have cheese and crackers for dinner or order take out food? A new study evaluates how the quality of our diets is affected by how often we grocery shop. A...