Category Archives: Recipes

Now You’re Talking Turkey! Tips for Taking your Turkey to the Next Level.

By Cecelia Wilken, Current ASU Nutrition Student The holidays are approaching fast, and if you are like me, you’ve been planning your Thanksgiving meal for the last month. Thanksgiving has always held a close place in my heart. I grew … Continue reading

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Re-vamp your Family’s Sweet Potato Casserole

By Jessica Brick, Current U of A Dietetic Intern   Holiday time is here, which means its time to get ready for family gatherings! Nothing gets the family more excited than getting together and sharing a meal together. So why … 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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Fill Your Plate With Cauliflower!

By Kevann Jordan, Recent ASU Nutrition Student Let’s talk about yet another cruciferous vegetable that Arizona produces plenty of, cauliflower. Most people overlook cauliflower because they have the misconception that the white plant does not pack the same amount of … Continue reading

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Carving Pumpkins? Bake Those Seeds!

By, Steven Grunner, Current ASU Nutrition Student   Pumpkin seeds are extremely beneficial to the body and yet so many people are throwing them out every single year around Halloween while they decorate their pumpkins. It makes sense because they … Continue reading

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