Tag Archives: Casserole

Cheese and Chicken Casserole

By Alexandra Pettit AZFB Communications intern Cheese and chicken casserole is a meal for the whole family. It’s quick and easy, and something the whole family will enjoy.  This recipe serves 8 people and is ready in less than an … Continue reading

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The Humble Sweet Potato

By Morgan Crawford a recent ASU student   Did you know that sweet potatoes are in season? Ah, the humble sweet potato. Such a simple food that is packed with delicious and nutritious potential. This root vegetable grows in moist, … Continue reading

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8 Tips for Getting Enough Healthy Protein

Protein is essential to good health because it is involved in every critical function within your body. On average, American adults should be getting 10-35% of their calories each day from protein. For men that means about 56 grams and … Continue reading

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50 Ways to Make Perfect Potatoes

The potato is one of May’s Vegetables of the Month. One of the most versatile veggies we are likely to find in the family pantry. Potatoes can be prepared almost every way we cook food including boiling, baking, sautéing, roasting, … Continue reading

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30 Things to Do with Broccoli

When it comes to nutrition alone, there is no question that broccoli is one of the foods everyone should be eating more often.  A member of the cabbage family, broccoli can be served a number of ways, the most common … Continue reading

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