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, Food and Health

Thanksgiving may look different for many families this year. Less traveling and fewer large gatherings may result in more turkeys and meals being cooked at home. If you only cook turkey once a year or this is your first big bird…here are a some tips that can help you...
 

The purpose of nutrition month is to help the public become aware of the importance of good nutrition and a healthful eating plan.
 

Health fair prizes or incentives can move games, presentations, and activities from good to great!
 
Cooking

It’s lunch time. You’re hungry and you’re on-your-own to get something to eat. What are your choices? Even though all the ingredients are in the refrigerator is a salad something you’d make for yourself? Probably not.
Food and Health, Kids

The recently released Scientific Report of the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee marks the first time that added sugars are addressed for infants and toddlers younger than 2 years old. The recommendation is simple: no added sugars from any source.
Cooking, Kids

A healthy diet with optimum amounts of vitamins, minerals, fiber, healthy types of fats and proteins is crucial for infants and toddlers younger than age 2 to support growth and development...