Do you typically just plant all of your veggies and herbs at one time in the Spring? If not, how many crops do you get out of the exact same garden bed space? Did you know that even in the Northeast United States you can get up to 5 harvests from the same space? By utilizing … Continue reading How to Prepare a Garden for a Fall Harvest
When it comes to the health of your teeth, you really are what you eat. Empty calorie foods such as candy, sweets, and snack foods endanger dental health, not only because they do not offer any nutritional value, but also because the amount and type of sugar that they contain that can adhere to teeth. … Continue reading Food To Smile About For Your Dental Health
What would we do without the quintessential egg? It is a staple in our diets, can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and an important ingredient in many sweet and savory dishes. But for a few decades, eggs have had a bad reputation because of their high cholesterol content. Years went by while many … Continue reading The Truth About Eggs
Choosing the right cooking oil is important at any age. When substituted for saturated fats, monounsaturated fats, such as those found in olive oil, can help to reduce your risk for heart disease. In addition to being a source of monounsaturated fat, extra-virgin olive oil is also high in antioxidants called polyphenols that have been … Continue reading Cooking with Olive Oil
On March 1, 1970, Earl and Mary Redner placed their savings and faith into Earl’s dream to open a grocery store, and run it his way. Forty five years and 53 stores later, Earl’s purchase of two failing stores has blossomed into the fulfillment of his dream to operate a successful family, employee, and locally-owned … Continue reading Sponsor Spotlight: Redner’s Warehouse Markets
I have been seeing different variations of energy bites gain popularity lately, and my version is an update of an old family favorite. This is a great alternative to processed bars for an after-school snack. Or, try bringing these energy bites to your office instead of cupcakes for the next birthday celebration, and you just … Continue reading Eating Healthy is Contagious!
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Corn is a delicious and versatile vegetable, plus enormously nutritious. A one-cup serving of corn provides five grams of protein, which is about 10 percent of the recommended daily allowance. You’ll also get four grams of fiber from one cup of cooked corn, which is 16 percent of women’s and 11 percent of men’s daily … Continue reading All Ears For Corn