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Sweet Corn Season

August 19, 2014 We’ve been eating a lot of locally grown foods lately. One of my favorite locally grown foods is sweet corn. more »»

Lamb Chops

August 12, 2014 My son, Jack, is finally back from England. It has been three days and only twice have I wished he would return to England. Well, four times at the most. more »»

Shopska Salad

August 5, 2014 A few months ago, I saw an episode of “Diners Drive-ins and Dives.” In it, Guy Fieri featured a Bulgarian tapas restaurant in Las Vegas called Bar Forte. more »»

Milk and milk alternatives

August 5, 2014 I recently attended a meeting where I overheard someone saying low-fat milk was “loaded with sugar, because they need to replace the fat they take out with something. more »»

Pasta with roasted summer squash

July 29, 2014 This week, Claud was out of town on a business trip. Jack is away in England and Daphne is working a lot. So, I had a lot of free time. more »»

Eat produce to prevent cancer

July 29, 2014 This month I have started teaming up with the Virginia Piper Cancer Institute from the New Ulm Medical Center to promote its program “Eat Healthfully For Cancer Prevention. more »»

Carrot and red pepper sauce

July 22, 2014 Claud and I are suddenly empty nesters. Well, we feel as though we are and it is a bit too soon if I have anything to say about it. Daphne works most nights from five in the evening until midnight. more »»

‘B’ good to your heart

July 22, 2014 By Katie Wilhelmi RD, LD There’s more to lowering your risk of heart disease than just watching the fat in your die. more »»

Fruit salad with mint

July 15, 2014 A week ago, we had a party and decided we wanted to make mojitos for all of our guests. more »»

Berry good for you

July 15, 2014 Besides tasting delicious and being a quick and easy food to prepare, berries are also packed with nutrition, often referred to as super foods. more »»

Grilled Romaine Salad

July 8, 2014 By Wendy Monro I am a long time lover of all kinds of salads. I enjoy salads for any meal. I love to experiment with dressings and usually make my own. Lately, I make most of my dressings oil free. more »»

Rainier Cherries: A natural sweet treat

July 8, 2014 Cherries are one of my favorite foods. I love this time of year when they are in season. Rainier cherries are yellow with a hint of red color and are only available mid-June to mid-August. more »»

Cashew herb spread

July 1, 2014 My daughter, Daphne was determined to find a job once she turned 16 and got her license. Well, one week into her 16th year, she found a job. She was shocked that she was able to find one so quickly. more »»

Sweeten up your summer with melon

July 1, 2014 Melons make for a refreshing and lower-calorie treat during the warmer months. Most melons weigh in at under 50 calories per one-cup serving and contain fiber. more »»

Barbeque Cauliflower

June 17, 2014 “The old believe everything; the middle-aged suspect everything; the young know everything.” – Oscar Wilde Daphne is turning 16 this week. Sixteen years ago, she arrived on Father’s Day. more »»

Pour more milk

June 17, 2014 By Katie Wilhelmi RD, LD What we drink is just as important to our health as what we eat. more »»

Blackberry and Apple Crumble

June 10, 2014 “If you saw a heat wave, would you wave back?” –Steven Wright Las Vegas is entering into a heat wave. It is actually called an “excessive heat warning. more »»

Say “yes” to cheese for National Dairy Month

June 10, 2014 June is National Dairy Month, which means it’s time to spread awareness about the health benefits of dairy! Milk and yogurt are commonly touted for their health benefits, but did you know that chees... more »»

Simply Food: Marinated Chicken Kebabs

May 27, 2014 My mom used to make shish kebabs fairly often for dinner as I was growing up. We had a built in grill in our kitchen. more »»

Eat your veggies… see well

May 27, 2014 A majority of Americans don’t consider the foods they eat to have an effect on their vision, but you can eat your way to healthier vision. more »»



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