Tagged: cooking

Wilted Cucumber & Tomato Relish Recipe

This relish or simple side comes to us from an Elite Sports Club – North Shore member and grandmother, who enjoys making this for her family with fresh vegetables right out of the garden. In my opinion, it is far tastier than just a regular platter of cucumber and tomatoes. And at this time of […]

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Home Food Delivery Services Review

In today’s busy world one of the things that consumers have come to rely upon and enjoy is home shopping. This is for good reason because many families are working around the clock and need the assistance of home shopping services. Systems for shopping are easy to use online and are well organized to present […]

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Food Temperatures are Critical to Healthy Eating

Food Temperatures are critical to your healthy eating. Especially for meats and those things that should be refrigerated. Here is a little review and tips to keep in mind to stay safe and healthy.

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All in the Family Nutrition Program

Rita Larsen is Elite Sports Clubs’ Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist who developed a program for Elite called ‘All in the Family’. In the video clip below Rita talks about this family nutrition program and a few tips on how you can improve eating as a family.

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7-Day Meal Plan & Menu

I’ve already had so many wonderful conversations with members of The Wellness & Lifestyle Challenge. I have been very pleased that so many members truly want to eat better and incorporate healthy nutrition into their lives. Nevertheless, many still struggle to plan ahead for their meals. Keep reading for some member questions regarding this exact issue. […]

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Thanksgiving Meals in a Pinch

When you work a full time job, it’s hard to prepare a huge gourmet Thanksgiving meal. There is a lot of prep work that goes into creating that Martha Stewart-esque dinner, but that kind of time doesn’t always come easy to busy people. So here are some tips in creating a fabulous and fun Thanksgiving […]

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Everyone Wins When Kids are in the Kitchen

One the best parts of my childhood on and near the Kansas farm country was the incredible education I got when visiting relatives who grew and harvested so many good foods. We would all gather when it was time to put these foods away for winter. Often, we would prepare things for the root cellar they had in […]

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Summer’s Bounty: Sweet Yellow Corn

Part of what makes summer so fun is the fresh produce we can purchase this time of year. One of those is fresh corn on the cob. It is high in fiber, reasonable in carbohydrate, and is generally liked by the whole family. But most of all, it is the symbolism that it is a part of […]

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Storage Suggestions for Grains

Recently, we have been writing a lot about the use of grains. But, how do you store them? There are a number of containers that will work with the Grains, for example, plastic with plastic lids, Mason-type jars with lids, and even, tightly fitting interlocking bags. The key is to use any container that is “air tight.”

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Learning to Cook with Grains

Many people love to try eating several of the New Grain Products available on the market! However, when it comes to preparing them at home it can be difficult figuring out how to cook and serve them just right. So, here are some suggestions!

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