• Host a Cooking Party

    By Jessica Remitz for What’s Cooking− Even if you’re a dinner party veteran, you know that cooking for a crowd can be both stressful and time consuming. It requires simultaneously cooking, serving and mingling, which can be...

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  • Healthy Sweet and Sour Vegetarian Stir-Fry

    By Chelsea Lords for Discover and Play− A lighter sweet and sour sauce drenches pineapple, sweet bell peppers, onion and sweet potatoes. This stir-fry is served on top of brown rice, making it a protein-packed and healthy...

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  • Zucchini Boats

    By Sarah Baker for Discover and Play– If you don’t have an inkling by now, I have a great affinity for zucchini. I showcased my zucchini stew, and zucchini pasta recipes, and am now using the versatile...

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  • Chocolate Panna Cotta with Raspberry Sauce for Holiday Entertaining!

    By Barbara Spalding, MA, MS, RDN− Looking for a holiday dessert that’s a little different? Try this chocolate panna cotta – easy to make, delicious and only 195 calories per serving. What could be better for holiday...

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  • 30 Blogs with the Best Holiday Drink Recipes

    One of the best things about the holiday season is being together with family and friends. Many of these get-togethers are in the form of holiday parties and one way to make these occasions more fun and...

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  • Sweet Potato Mash with Pecans

    This first recipe is our skinny version of sweet potato casserole. We’ve removed all the garbage in traditional recipes and left you with a fabulously nutritious, simple to make, mildly sweet and definitely tasty dish. We hope...

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    Home for the Holiday

    By Holly Clegg – In my home the holiday dinner is one of the most anticipated meals of the year, gathered around the table with food and family. And, you will find me devoting my time preparing...

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  • A Short & Sweet Vegetable Guide for the Winter Season

    By Justin Doochin− Yes, winter is coming to a close, but for many winter vegetables, it’s still considered peak season! While winter is commonly associated with hot chocolate, sledding, and Snuggies, fresh produce seems to be left...

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  • 5 Best Social Media Websites and Blogs for Finding Great Recipes

    By Kayla Matthews− The internet is a godsend to those of us who are always looking for new recipes to try out. While the days of bookmarking pages in dozens of recipe books certainly have their place,...

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  • Convenient Cooking

    The end of lazy summer days is near which means that Fall is fast approaching. With fall months, come our busy schedules and activities when you need a meal on the table and you need it fast!...

    • Posted 7 years ago
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  • Greek Quinoa Salad

    By Chelsea Lords for Discover and Play Quinoa flavored with a hint of tomato tossed in a salad filled with cherry tomatoes, black olives, avocado and cucumber. This salad is doused in a simple Greek salad dressing...

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    Summer Salsa

    By Vicki Boster – This recipe for salsa is a favorite among my family, friends, and peers-/ just the mention that someone has brought salsa brings all the nurses running to the break room. My favorite recipe...

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  • Strawberry Cheesecake Parfaits

    Here’s my solution to a quick and easy show-stopper dessert in my easiest cookbook, KITCHEN 101.  If you’re a cheesecake lover but don’t have the time or want to make one, you will be ‘wowed’ by this...

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  • Summer Tips with the Best Summer Pasta

    I can’t wait until summer comes around to take advantage of this eight ingredient super salad from my Eating Well to Fight Arthritis cookbook that highlights the essence of summer. Fresh ingredients at their best, ripe juicy...

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  • Simple Summer Sensations to Fight Inflammation

    By Holly Clegg – Did you know there are over 100 types of arthritis that affect people of all ages? What you eat really can make a difference as certain foods can help ease arthritis symptoms and...

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    Tomato Talk: The Health Benefits of Tomatoes

    By Justin Doochin− One of the many perks of cooking with tomatoes is their flexibility and versatility to an array of dishes.  This fruit (often mistaken as a vegetable) is not only delicious raw (maybe with a...

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