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Oyster Crabs: Weird or Lucky?

September 20, 2016 by Lauren Woodbridge, Intern

Oyster Crabs: Weird or Lucky? Growing up, my dad and uncle were always on the prowl for $1 oyster happy hours, typically $3 a piece, so anytime I see it on the chalkboard outside of a restaurant it makes me really happy.…

Oyster Crabs: Weird or Lucky?


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Recipe: Grilled Peaches With Vanilla Yogurt and Candied Almonds

September 12, 2016 by Kristy Del Coro, Senior Culinary Nutritionist

Recipe: Grilled Peaches With Vanilla Yogurt and Candied Almonds As summer comes to an end peaches are still at their peak. Kristy shares a light, refreshing end-of-summer dessert that can be whipped up in no time whether making dessert for two or hosting that last BBQ bash.

Recipe: Grilled Peaches With Vanilla Yogurt and Candied Almonds


Nutrition 101

Added Sugar in Children’s Diets: New Recommendations from the AHA

August 31, 2016 by Kristy Del Coro, Senior Culinary Nutritionist

Added Sugar in Children’s Diets: New Recommendations from the AHA Sugars are getting plenty of press lately and most recently, the American Heart Association has presented new recommendations for added sugar for kids. Kristy Del Coro discusses the guidelines and how you can tell if a food has added sugars.

Added Sugar in Children’s Diets: New Recommendations from the AHA


New York State Now Certifies Locally Grown Products

August 23, 2016 by Kristy Del Coro, Senior Culinary Nutritionist

New York State Now Certifies Locally Grown Products Kristy has all the details on a new certification program for fruit and vegetable growers in New York State.

New York State Now Certifies Locally Grown Products


Recipes

Recipe: Chilled Potato Leek Soup

August 16, 2016 by Kristy Del Coro, Senior Culinary Nutritionist

Recipe: Chilled Potato Leek Soup This chilled soup from Kristy Del Coro will help you stay cool while using summer leeks.

Recipe: Chilled Potato Leek Soup


Infographic: Reducing Food Waste at Home

August 8, 2016 by Danika Trierweiler, Dietetic Intern

Infographic: Reducing Food Waste at Home In this infographic intern Danika has tips for how you can reduce food waste at home.

Infographic: Reducing Food Waste at Home


Reducing Waste and Saving Money: Action Steps for Operators

July 1, 2016 by Danika Trierweiler, Dietetic Intern

Reducing Waste and Saving Money: Action Steps for Operators In this final part of her Food Waste series, Danika talks solutions to reduce food waste at the level of the foodservice operation.

Reducing Waste and Saving Money: Action Steps for Operators


A Trail of Breadcrumbs….and Plenty Else

July 1, 2016 by Danika Trierweiler, Dietetic Intern

A Trail of Breadcrumbs….and Plenty Else In part two of her series on food waste, Danika looks at the hows and whys of food waste at various parts of our food supply chain.

A Trail of Breadcrumbs….and Plenty Else


Farm to Fork? Not really…

July 1, 2016 by Danika Trierweiler, Dietetic Intern

Farm to Fork? Not really… You may be familiar with farm-to-fork, but intern Danika expands her scope farm-to-landfill view in her three-part series on food waste in the food service industry.

Farm to Fork? Not really…


Recipes

It’s Blueberry Season!  Blueberry Almond Overnight Oats

June 29, 2016 by Kristy Del Coro, Senior Culinary Nutritionist

It’s Blueberry Season!  Blueberry Almond Overnight Oats Kristy shares her recipe for Blueberry Almond Overnight Oats - the perfect breakfast to enjoy this time of year as blueberries are coming into season.

It’s Blueberry Season!  Blueberry Almond Overnight Oats


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