Many Americans regularly eat lunch and snacks at their workplace. Some have designated lunchrooms, but many of us regularly eat at our desks- including me!
By following a few simple, common sense food safety tips, you can safely dine during work hours. Continue reading Safe Workplace Dining
As the holiday season approaches, our thoughts turn to our families and to the traditions that are an integral part of our family’s heritage. There is no better time to reflect upon the importance of family and strengthen family ties than during the holiday season.
Continue reading Are you passing down your food heritage?
The eating frenzy began at Halloween and will now continue through the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. But the parties and eating won’t end then, as we will still be feasting until the Super Bowl and Valentine’s Day are over. But don’t worry, it isn’t necessary to hibernate during all of the festivities to avoid packing on those extra pounds. There are easy ways to change your behavior and still enjoy yourself without becoming an unofficial member of the holiday weight-gainers club. Continue reading Tips To Avoid Holiday Overeating
To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year, why not cook a Corned Beef dinner? Cooking corned beef is as easy as boiling water and that’s no blarney! I love St. Patrick’s Day and Corned Beef is one of my very favorite meals of the whole year. Growing up my family ate corned beef every St. Patrick’s Day to celebrate our family’s small amount of Irish heritage and we have continued that tradition each and every year. Continue reading Cook A Corned Beef Dinner