Question: We were part of a community garden this year, and we will have a bumper crop of vegetables, including tomatoes, peppers, onions, corn, and green beans. We also grew watermelon and strawberries. We've been sharing with our friends and family, be we will have plenty left. Do you have any suggestions about how to preserve our produce safely?
We spend a lot of time outside, and the weather has been very hot lately. How do you know if you are dehydrated? How much water should we be drinking?
My children ask for watermelon all the time. Is it nutritious?
Summer is here! With warmer weather and fresh vegetables from local gardens, we can take steps to healthier habits.
I want to try grilling corn on the cob, but I am not sure how to do it. Can you help?
What do the dates on food products mean, anyways?
I usually bring my lunch to work. I see some people heating food in plastic margarine containers and Styrofoam boxes. Is that safe?
I just noticed that a carton of eggs in my refrigerator has a "sell-by" date that passed a week ago. How long can I use them?
Add some green to your plate!
My vegetables seem to go "bad" before I have a chance to use them. My potatoes get sprouts, my lettuce gets limp and my frozen vegetables get frosty. What do you suggest?