The holiday season just wouldn’t be the same without Christmas cookies. But who has time to bake a billion different batches when they’re busy decorating, shopping, and hosting visiting family members. That’s what’s so great about a cookie exchange. When friends gather together, each baking a different treat to taste and… Read More about It’s Cookie Time
It is that time of year when chili on the stove is our go to meal. Quick, easy and a family favorite, this one pot dish is a great way to load up with extra veggies and lots of flavor. Instead of including meat, this meatless version uses… Read More about It’s Chili Time!
This dish has a perfect blend of sweet and savory and makes for easy entertaining or packed as a satisfying lunch. Servings: 4 Ingredients: 1 ripe fresh Hass avocado, halved, seeded, peeled and cubed 2 cups cooked USA Grown brown rice 1 ripe mango, peeled and cubed 1 (15-ounce)… Read More about Quick & Easy: AVOCADO MANGO RICE SALAD
Are you dreading opening your refrigerator to see it jammed packed with leftovers? Let us help with this simple Leftover Ham salad recipe! #RednersHealthCents #LeftoverMagic [ Easter Leftovers ] Leftover Ham and Egg Pasta Salad Serves 12 3/4 cup mayonnaise 1/2 cup sour cream 3 tbsps cider vinegar 2 tsps… Read More about Leftover Magic
February is National Canned Food Month! Americans have long relied on canned foods as nutritious, convenient and affordable staples for preparing quick and flavorful home-cooked meals. Canned foods are a great source of potassium, dietary fiber, calcium and vitamin D — all identified as shortfall nutrients in the 2010 Dietary… Read More about Cans Get You Cooking
With the daily temperatures dropping, the sun setting earlier, and the holidays right around the corner we are probably all spending much less time outdoors. But this doesn’t mean that the extra ten pounds of winter weight gain are inevitable. Need some ideas of how to stay active during the… Read More about ‘Fall’ Into a Healthier Lifestyle
When I think of summer, one of the first things that comes to my mind is the delicious taste of corn on the cob. Sure it’s messy, but most would agree it’s worth every kernel! This starchy vegetable actually comes with plenty of good stuff too: fiber, folate, thiamin, phosphorus,… Read More about aMAIZEing
Keeping with the trend, avocados popularity continues to grow. They can be seen anywhere: toast, salads, sandwich toppings, dressings, smoothies, mousses – the list goes on and on! Even as culinary creations continue to evolve, the time-tested favorite way to enjoy avocados will always be guacamole. You can’t go wrong… Read More about Let’s Guac About It