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Pinchin' Pennie$ in the Kitchen: 5 Steps to Making Your Own Meal in a Bowl - FN1757
Making your own meal in a bowl is inexpensive and easy. You can make meals from ingredients you probably already have on hand. Think about all the different bowls you can make.You also could set up a buffet with a variety of toppings so people can personalize their meal with layers of flavor.
Located in Landing Pages / Food and Nutrition
Garden Journal - H1692
The expense ledger is meant to keep track of all expenses associated with the garden. All seeds, fertilizer, chemicals and other purchases should be recorded here with their price. Recording the brand name or company from which each item was purchased also may be helpful as a future reference.
Located in Landing Pages / Gardens, Lawns & Trees
Is Food In My Kitchen a Safety Hazard? - FN492
Follow these food handling guidelines to prevent foodborne illness.
Located in Landing Pages / Food and Nutrition
Fight BAC! Safe Handling of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables - FN608
Handling fruits and vegetables safely is easy. Although an invisible enemy may be in your kitchen, by practicing the recommendations here you can Fight BAC!
Located in Landing Pages / Food and Nutrition
Brown Baggin' It: A Guide to Lunches on the Go - FN1416
Follow the tips here to pack a safe and nutritious lunch.
Located in Landing Pages / Food and Nutrition
Questions and Answers About Storing Fresh Fruits and Vegetables - FN1467
A food safety study was conducted with 58 international students from 30 different countries at North Dakota State University. Participants indicated the kind of food safety information they would like to get to help them safely handle new and unfamiliar foods they encountered in the U.S. Many of the participants asked for information about food storage, preserving leftovers, proper handling of salads and fresh vegetables, and the safety of processed and frozen foods.
Located in Landing Pages / Food and Nutrition
Questions and Answers About Storing Canned and Packaged Food - FN1468
A food safety study was conducted with 58 international students from 30 different countries at North Dakota State University. Participants indicated the kind of food safety information they would like to get to help them safely handle new and unfamiliar foods they encountered in the U.S. Many of the participants asked for information about food storage, preserving leftovers, proper handling of salads and fresh vegetables, and the safety of processed and frozen foods.
Located in Landing Pages / Food and Nutrition
Seniors and Food Safety: To Market, To Market - FN700
This publication provides you with tips to prevent foodborne illness, beginning with the trip to the supermarket and ending with the proper temperatures the food should be cooked.
Located in Landing Pages / Food and Nutrition
Eat Smart: Enjoy Healthier Snacks at Work - FN1398
Are you tempted by bowls of candy and trays of cookies at work? Say no to secondhand sweets, and think twice about the food you offer at meetings and around the office. Are you eating enough fruits, vegetables and whole grains? Eating small, frequent, healthy meals or snacks will keep your energy up and make you less likely to overeat at your next meal.
Located in Landing Pages / Food and Nutrition
Fellowship Food: Nourishing the Body and the Soul - FN1449
Help people stay healthy by providing nourishing options. Many people shortchange themselves on fruits, vegetables and whole grains. Eating a diet rich in these foods can promote good health by helping reduce our risk of heart disease, cancer and other diseases. If you are bringing a dish to a potluck, consider providing the veggies, fruits or whole grains. Bring a large nutrient-rich salad with a variety of greens and sprinkle with dried fruit and nuts or seeds. Bring whole-grain bread or crackers.
Located in Landing Pages / Food and Nutrition
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