Publications

Accessibility


222 items matching your search terms. Sort by relevance · date (newest first) · alphabetically
Publication Questions and Answers About Using a Pressure Canner
Pressure canning is recommended for low-acid foods. Low acid foods are not acidic enough to prevent the growth of bacteria and should be processed at temperatures of 240 degrees to 250 degrees, which is attainable with pressure canners. Low-acid foods include; red meats, seafood, poultry, milk, all fresh vegetables except for most tomatoes.
Located in Food & Nutrition
Publication Food Preservation: Reduced-sugar or No-sugar Fruit Spreads
Do you like apple or grape jelly on toast, muffins or other foods? Some people are trying to consume less sugar and calories in their diet. This handout provides research-tested recipes for reduced-sugar refrigerated fruit spreads that are easy to make.
Located in Food & Nutrition
Publication Give the Gift of Joy With a Quick Bread Mix
The act of gift giving originated centuries ago and continues today. Gift giving has become a common part of peoples’ everyday lives — from commemorating special occasions to expressing gratitude. Several cultures practice the thoughtful gesture, and it brings people from different backgrounds together.
Located in Food & Nutrition
Publication ECMAScript program Now You're Cookin'! Well-measured Recipes
Family meals promote family togetherness. Family meals provide a time to share what is going on in each other’s lives and enjoy a nutritious meal. Families who eat together are more likely to have more balanced meals. Preparing the meal is an important part of mealtime. Have children help in every aspect of the preparation, from choosing the menu to setting the table to making the meal. Including children in the preparation can lead to lifelong knowledge and memories.
Located in Food & Nutrition
Publication Now You're Cookin'! Beans
If you’re looking for a way to stretch your budget and improve your family’s nutrition, look no further. Consider adding more beans to your menu. They’re convenient, versatile and lend themselves to many tasty dishes. Beans are a rich source of protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals. Replace some of the fat in baked goods such as brownies with mashed black beans. Beans can be added to casseroles or soups to add flavor, texture and more nutrients.
Located in Food & Nutrition
Publication ECMAScript program Now You're Cookin'! Tasty, Healthful Meals on a Budget Week 5:Time-saving Tips, Menus and Recipes
In today's busy world, cooking a meal completely from scratch may be difficult. However, convenience foods usually cost more and may be higher in calories, fat and sodium. This is the fifth in a series of publications to help you eat well but spend less at the grocery store. It includes time-money-saving tips and sample menus with recipes that you can adapt to meet your family's tastes.
Located in Food & Nutrition
Publication ECMAScript program Now You're Cookin'! Tasty, Healthful Meals on a Budget Week 4: Planned-over Food Tips, Menus and Recipes
Planning menus, shopping for foods and using your leftovers wisely can pay off in many ways. Your family can enjoy healthy meals with lots of variety, and you can stretch your budget.
Located in Food & Nutrition
Publication ECMAScript program Now You're Cookin'! Tasty, Healthful Meals on a Budget Week 3: Cost-saving Tips, Menus and Recipes
You may have established a weekly menu and shopping list, but now you need the food. Going to the grocery store to buy food for your family may be something you do not look forward to doing. Decreasing the amount of time and money you spend there may help change that. This is the third in a series of publications to help you eat well but spend less at the grocery store.
Located in Food & Nutrition
Publication ECMAScript program Now You're Cookin'! Tasty, Healthful Meals on a Budget Week 2: Grocery Shopping Tips, Menus and Recipes
Menu planning can help you serve your family healthier meals and it can help you save money at the grocery store. After Planning your menus, the next step is developing a grocery list so you have all the necessary foods for each meal. This is the second in a series of publications to help you eat well but spend less at the grocery store. It includes grocery shopping tips, sample menus and recipes that you can adapt to meet your family's tastes.
Located in Food & Nutrition
Publication ECMAScript program Now You're Cookin'! Tasty, Healthful Meals on a Budget Week 1: Meal Planning Tips, Menus and Recipes
Planning menus, buying food and fixing meals your family likes can be challenging tasks. Staying within your food budget can add to the challenge. This is the first in a series of publications to help you eat well but spend less at the grocery store. It includes sample menus that you can adapt to meet your family's tastes.
Located in Food & Nutrition
Creative Commons License
Feel free to use and share this content, but please do so under the conditions of our Creative Commons license and our Rules for Use. Thanks.