Have you been looking for a new recipe to add to your rotation? Then check out these nine different recipes; I’m sure you’re bound to like one of them! Click this link to be taken to our Google Drive folder that stores the recipes! Keep an eye out for more recipes to come as wellContinue reading “Tasty Recipes”
Marinating adds flavor and moisture to food and is an easy technique to incorporate into your cooking skill set. It is the process of soaking meats or vegetables in a seasoned liquid before cooking. Marinades often use an acid (like vinegar or citrus) to enhance flavors. You can buy store-bought marinades, but making your ownContinue reading “Marinating Foods”
At one point or another, we have all debated eating or throwing away a food product after the date on its label passed. But do we need to throw away food as soon as the date on the label arrives? Oftentimes you will see the phrases “Best if used by,” “Sell by” and “Use by,”Continue reading “Reducing Food Waste”
The chef’s knife is the workhorse of your kitchen. Knowing how to properly use a chef’s knife will make your experience in the kitchen easier, faster, and dare we say, enjoyable.Watch How to Cut With a Chef’s Knife to learn the proper grip forms for your knife hand and the hand you’ll use to hold the food. ThenContinue reading “Basic Knife Skills”
Have you ever heard of meal prepping? It’s a great way to make sure you have healthy, home cooked meals ready to go throughout the week! Check out this video to learn more about meal prep along with some of these easy recipes! Let us know what you love to meal prep by commenting below!
The National Diabetes Prevention Program—or National DPP—was created in 2010 to address the increasing burden of prediabetes and type 2 diabetes in the United States. This national effort created partnerships between public and private organizations to offer evidence-based, cost-effective interventions that help prevent type 2 diabetes in communities across the United States. One key featureContinue reading “Diabetes Prevention Program”
Health and wellness are two concepts that often are used to mean the same thing; however, there is a few key differences! The World Health Organization (WHO) defines health as “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity (illness).” WHO defines wellness as “the optimalContinue reading “Health & Wellness: What is it?”
Since March of 2020 pretty much everything has gone virtual; our classrooms, our workout classes, how we interact with loved ones, and so much more. Unfortunately, this form of communication can create a type of fatigue that we’re not used too! To help avoid this burn out: Avoid multitasking: If you were at an inContinue reading “Virtual Burn Out”