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  • Celebrate National Pecan Month

    Celebrate National Pecan Month

    Whether you say pecan (pee-can) or pecan (peh-cawn), we can all agree on the sound of the delicious flavor: mmmmmm. We also love that pecans are certified heart-healthy by the American Heart Association and that they contain more than 19 vitamins and minerals. So how do you incorporate more pecans into your kitchen? Turns out, it’s not such a tough nut to crack.

  • Healthy Baking Tips

    Healthy Baking Tips

    In today’s world of options, “baked goods” doesn’t need to be a euphemism for “unhealthy desserts.” If you enjoy baking and you’d actually like to eat the foods you prepare, try some of these substitutions in your recipes so you can make your cake, and eat it too!

  • Great Salad Topping Ideas

    Great Salad Topping Ideas

    Salads have enjoyed a real make-over in the last five years. Once, they were seen as the little green sidekick to a meal, but now they own their place as the Big Dish. Salads are healthy, inexpensive, and can be made hundreds of ways. Here are just a few ideas for making your salad shine like the star we know it can be.

  • Irish Meals for St. Patrick's Day

    Irish Meals for St. Patrick's Day

    You don’t need the luck o’ the Irish to sit down to a delicious Irish meal this St. Patrick’s day. All you need are these recipes, fresh ingredients, quality cooking tools, and a spring in your step. When you put these meals before your family, everyone will want to dance a jig!

  • FUN and Healthy Eating Ideas for National Nutrition Month

    FUN and Healthy Eating Ideas for National Nutrition Month

    As winter slowly eases its way out, we can look out our windows and savor the sights and sounds of spring emerging. In the kitchen, we can also “Save the Flavor of Eating Right,” as we are encouraged to do in honor of this year’s National Nutrition Month in March.

    According to the NNM website, this year’s theme “encourages everyone to take time to enjoy food traditions and appreciate the pleasures, great flavors and social experiences food can add to our lives.” Sounds like a great excuse for a party – and a healthy one at that!

  • What is That Weird Produce Item?

    What is That Weird Produce Item?

    We've all seen the exotic produce items at the grocery store and wondered what exactly it is and who eats it. Here are a few strangely familiar fruits and vegetables you've likely seen gracing the shelves – and what you can do with them next time you feel like a foodie adventure.

  • Lean Winter Eating Ideas

    Lean Winter Eating Ideas

    During the cold winter months it can be tempting to turn to take out and heavy comfort foods. While those options warm us up, they don’t do much for health – especially if one of your New Year’s resolutions was to eat healthy.

    Eating lean during the winter doesn’t have to be difficult or time consuming. Follow these healthy, hearty breakfast, lunch, and dinner recipes to keep you on track and satisfied, even in the coldest months.

  • Easy Valentine's Day Dinner Recipes

    Easy Valentine's Day Dinner Recipes

    Valentine’s Day is a great excuse to have an extra fancy dinner with your honey, but it’s safe to say that waiting hours for a restaurant table does not set the mood for love. If you’d rather spend your time on Valentine’s Day relaxing at home, but you still want to share a nice meal with your loved one, check out these easy Valentine’s Day dinner and desserts you can make at home. Whip them up before your loved one arrives for a romantic, relaxed evening or spice the night up by cooking together.

  • Conquering Hard-To-Prep Produce: Avocados, Pomegranates, and More

    Conquering Hard-To-Prep Produce: Avocados, Pomegranates, and More

    We all know we need to eat our fruits and veggies, but sometimes preparing delicious produce can be a challenge. Here are some tips on how to easily prepare finicky produce.

  • Shop the Grocery Store Smarter

    Shop the Grocery Store Smarter

    Think for a moment about how you do your grocery shopping. Do you go during the day or at night? Are you alone or wrangling two kids? Is it a weekly event or an every-other-day outing?

    Now think about the times when you’ve spent more money than you thought you would. When does that typically happen? What foods did you buy that you didn’t plan on buying?

    Since grocery shopping is necessary to creating healthy, home-cooked meals, it’s emotionally and financially worth it to consider how we can shop the grocery store smarter. Here are a few ideas to get you going.

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