I recently was asked by the Organic Association of Kentucky to host a virtual speaking event to share my passion for buying from local farms and cooking with real foods.
It’s finally here, a regional favorite, fall.
I recently bought a loaf of bread that advertised “20 grams of whole grains per serving” and “a good source of fiber.” What does this mean? According to the Food and Drug Administration, a whole grain must contain all the components of a grain kernel: the bran, germ and endosperm.
It’s that time of year again. Teams have hit the gridiron and you know what that means. It’s snack time.
Fall is just around the corner and so are baking spices we associate with fall — cinnamon, cloves, ginger, and allspice. I love to smell baked goods that use any of these spices.
For many, the closest we’ve come to a fig may be in the form of a Fig Newton, an iconic cookie that has been around since 1892. Just because we’ve had limited experience with something doesn’t mean we can’t learn about it and see if it’s to our liking. Who knows — we might be onto something.
When the cooler temperatures of fall arrive, there are certain foods that I like to eat.
I recently did a few things to freshen up my kitchen. Small changes can create a different look without a big expense.
On Aug. 18, our twin children, Michael and Cherise, celebrated their birthday.
A good choice for a great family meal is a taco salad.
Honey is an ancient food and has been consumed by man since antiquity. Bees and honey are inextricably entwined with the history of man and mentioned in some of the oldest literature of the world.
This week’s adventure is about a major disappointment.
I’m very fortunate to have the opportunity to write a food article and create a recipe for The News-Enterprise every month for the last two years. This will be my 24th article, and I just realized that we may have not been fully introduced.
Dear Dietitian: I have acid reflux and gastroparesis and both are under good control with medication. I drink water and sugar-free sports drinks and I’m getting tired of them. Are there other drinks you would recommend? I do not have diabetes. — Sharon
Blackberries are still in season and my friend Diane McCamish and her husband, Dan, have several black- berries bushes.
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