As January begins, many people set goals to improve their health, and often that involves eating a more healthful diet. You can enjoy your meals while making small adjustments to the amounts of food on your plate. Which of these tips will work for you?
After my grocery shopping trip, I accidentally left a can of refried beans and a can of diced chilies in my car and they froze! The cans look swollen now. Is the food safe to eat?
Holidays often mean special foods and gifts for family and friends. The extra spending can strain your budget.You can gain some budget-stretching ideas by trying this activity. Answer the questions and mark an “X” in the box that applies to you.
I’m trying to save money at the grocery store so I have a little extra for gifts for my grandchildren. What do you suggest?
Holidays usually are not the best time to try to lose weight. Often we are greeted by special treats at every turn. Try these steps to reduce the amount of calories in your diet so you can maintain your weight.
I bought a turkey with a pop-up thermometer. Do I still need to use a regular thermometer?
I'm planning to have guests to my house for a holiday buffet. I know that I need to be careful about safe food handling. Do you have any tips for me?
You probably have noticed the leaves turning color at this time of the year. Let nature’s colors be a cue to add more color to your plate, especially dark green and orange/gold vegetables. Many people do not eat enough of the “autumn-colored” fruits and vegetables.
I would like to start using more spices and herbs than salt when I cook. Can you help?
Tips to compare brands and get the most nutrition for your money.