Category Archives: Fall

How to Keep Your Cool in the Back to School Madness

By Alexandra Petti, AZFB Communications Intern Back to school season is right around the corner. Back to school is a stressful time for the teachers, parents, and even the kids. I have a few tips that will help keep your … Continue reading

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A Day at The Farm: Pick Your Own Produce Around Arizona

By Cecelia Wilken, Current ASU Nutrition Student One of my fondest childhood memories was heading up to Dewey, Arizona and adventuring through the Mortimer Farm pumpkin patch every October. Since then I’ve shared that tradition with my own family. Every … Continue reading

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Picky-Approved Chili

By Angela Bates, Current ASU Nutrition Student I’ll admit it, I was the pickiest eater as a child. My dad caved into my pickiness and I’m finding myself trying new foods as an adult that I refused as a kid. … Continue reading

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All Things Thanksgiving

By Morgan Crawford, Current ASU Nutrition Student Alright, I have to admit it… I am obsessed with Thanksgiving. How could anyone not absolutely love a holiday that is centered around food!? Well, I guess most holidays are focused on delicious … Continue reading

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Making Tamales: The Beginnings of a Holiday Family Tradition

By Cecelia Wilken, Current ASU Nutrition Student One of the tell-tell signs that the holidays are approaching in Central Phoenix are tamales. I have vague childhood memories of my day-care provider’s family huddled around tables stacked high with ingredients. The … Continue reading

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