How much is too much Halloween Candy?

Emily

It’s officially Autumn here in the Midwest, which means cooler weather, fall colors, pumpkin spice, and of course Halloween! It’s the one day in a year we see goblins, princesses, and TV stars alike, going door to door asking for candy. Now don’t call me the candy police, I’ll be the last person to say you should avoid candy on Halloween, but moderation can be a total game changer! Let’s chat a little about how added sugar in Halloween candy nutrition can really stack up. Continue reading “How much is too much Halloween Candy?”

Parmesan Acorn Squash

 

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Jayne

Happy Fall Everyone!

It’s officially here and the kids have returned to school.  Now is time for a little “mom” time during the day until they return.   A lot of time, this is where when I had kids at home I got more work done than ever, but the time would fly.  Continue reading “Parmesan Acorn Squash”

Catch the Wave

Kevin C.Seafood is regarded as one of the healthiest options when it comes to proteins. It is recommended that we eat at least two servings or more of seafood weekly.  Incorporating seafood into any of your meal plans is easy and enjoyable. Knowing that seafood offers many health benefits, it makes it easier to serve. Continue reading “Catch the Wave”

How to Incorporate Flax Seed into Your Diet

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Cheryl

First a little tutorial about flax seeds… Flax is a super seed grown mostly in Canada, North Dakota and South Dakota. Minnesota and Wisconsin also produce flax.

Canada is the leading producer of brown flax seed and the Dakota’s tend to produce more of the golden flax. There is little difference in the two colors but many prefer the gold because it is easier to sneak into recipes, the brown is more visible in those muffins! Continue reading “How to Incorporate Flax Seed into Your Diet”

Garden Pasta

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Jayne

Happy summer everyone!!!
I love this part of summer because my garden Is really taking off and I’m already getting some nice red tomatoes and some fresh zucchini.  Now it’s time to find a recipe to use these in. Continue reading “Garden Pasta”