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Slam Dunk snacks that won’t weigh you down

March 24, 2015 The basketball championship series is in full swing. Hopefully your bracket choices will do well. more »»

An oldie but a goodie: Crepes

March 17, 2015 Claud and I were talking the other day about how Nutella has become a regular thing in the United States. Pretty much everyone has heard of it now and many people have it in their cupboar. more »»

National Frozen Foods Month

March 17, 2015 March marks National Frozen Foods Month, a good time to explore new ways to use the healthy, convenient foods found in the freezer aisle at the grocery store. more »»

Road Trip Pasta Salad

March 10, 2015 We have been driving to Arizona every Sunday. It is a four-hour drive. Then, we stay there for four hours. Finally, we head home. It is a really long day. more »»

Shrimply delicious recipes

March 10, 2015 Americans consume roughly one billion pounds of shrimp a year. No wonder we love them so much; they are low in calories and a very good source of protein, which helps with appetite control. more »»

Corn Chowder

March 3, 2015 “Training is everything. The peach was once a bitter almond; cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education.” –Mark Twain I am definitely not a trained cook. more »»

Go green for St. Patrick’s Day

March 3, 2015 We often hear how important it is to consume a variety of color with meals and snacks — especially in regard to fruits and vegetables. more »»

Fettuccini Alfredo with Piedmontese Peppers

February 24, 2015 I used to love alfredo sauce. If I saw fettuccini alfredo on a menu, I always ordered this. Pasta has always been one of my favorite foods. I loved the rich and creamy flavor of the alfredo sauce. more »»

The perfect cup of tea

February 24, 2015 Tea has been consumed for nearly 5,000 years, and its popularity is continuing to grow. The Tea Association of the USA states that next to water, tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world. more »»

Blue Cheese Sauce

February 17, 2015 Ours was not the typical Valentine’s Day celebration. You know, with flowers, chocolates, Hallmark cards, wine, and romanc. more »»

A taste of the tropics

February 17, 2015 If a trip to some warm tropical paradise is not in your plans this winter, fear not. Let Hy-Vee bring the tropics to you with our abundance of tropical fruits this month. more »»

Breakfast Burritos

February 10, 2015 I am not sure what your weekday mornings are like but mine were pretty stressful for a while. First, at five in the morning, Mayonaise, one of our dogs, would wake me up because she was hungry. more »»

Stock up on breakfast for heart health

February 10, 2015 Do you have a hard time getting the recommended 25-38g of fiber per day? If so, stocking the pantry with high-fiber breakfast foods will give you a head start in fulfilling your daily fiber needs. more »»

Greek Nachos

February 3, 2015 My weaknesses, well a few of them, are chips and dips, French fries and nachos. I really love snack food. I will fill up on regular Lays potato chips with ranch dip at a party. more »»

Happy, healthy hearts love beef!

February 3, 2015 Wait a minute...beef is okay to eat AND can keep my heart healthy, too? Yes, you read this correctly. more »»

Chocolate Caramel Bars

January 27, 2015 So, I have a good friend called Maren. She is a Las Vegas showgirl. I met her when she was in a show along with another good friend of mine. We have been friends ever since. more »»

Game Day Health

January 27, 2015 You are about a month into your resolution to be healthy in 2015. Don’t be sidelined by the big game this year. more »»

Lemon and Chicken Pasta

January 20, 2015 This was my birthday week. Since I hosted Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Eve at my house, I decided to have my birthday party out of the house. more »»

Farro: Your new favorite grain

January 20, 2015 Farro is a new grain to most Americans, but it has actually been around for over 2,000 years. more »»

Chicken and Sausage Chili

January 13, 2015 By Wendy Monro My cousin Ernie flew in from Colorado to bet on some important sports games this weekend. I am not even sure what type. I am thinking football. Don’t judge. I don’t follow sports. more »»



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