Managing our food budget and honoring the food that farmers grow for us. Being responsible with our meal planning and not wasting what we buy. The snazzy new way to talk about this is #foodwaste.
Every day, we are faced with choices, multiple times, for snacks, meals, and unexpected food encounters. How we think about, choose, and approach these moments matter.
Here are some of my recent favorite food-related quotes to help inspire thinking differently about food and cooking this year to help find you way to your happy place when it comes to planning, shopping, preparing, and eating.
I was invited to Germany (#sponsoredtravel) to talk with and learn from experts from a variety of backgrounds. We talked about farming and our food. This is the first of several posts inspired by what we learned. #FutureFarming
November is Diabetes Month and with all the holiday parties, chances are, diabetes is on a lot of people’s minds—whether it’s you, your family, or someone at the party. How do you plan a party that caters to all your guests? Follow these three easy tips and you will be well on your way to celebrating the holidays with traditional treats that make everyone feel special—and still keep health in mind.
Summer flew by and it’s time to get back to the books! Whether prepping for preschool, grade school, high school, or college, a little planning goes a long way. With the right ingredients and equipment, you can make fast and easy take-away meals that are better for you and your family when you’re on the go—whether it’s for school, work or play! Here are three simple ways to make mealtime simpler during the school year.