Eating in Season: the Pineapple
It’s coming! And just what might that be? It’s the start of the farmers’ market! Farmers’ markets will soon be brimming with an abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables. I cannot wait for all of the local goodies that will be available for picking. The Cache Valley Gardeners’ Market is just two weeks away…
April 24, 2014 in Beef Entrees, Chicken Entrees, Recipes, Tips and Tricks, Uncategorized.
Cooking in Season with Broccoli
It’s our next “Cooking in Season” episode and today we are going to be talking all about broccoli! Learning about in-season produce is so important to healthy eating. It not only allows you to pick the most flavorful produce, but also gives a blueprint on how to best cook that fruit or vegetable. I know…
March 13, 2014 in Beef Entrees, Breakfast, Chicken Entrees, Recipes, Tips and Tricks, Vegetarian Entrees.
Sizzling Fajitas For One
My hometown is sorta like famous for their green chilies. During this time of year, Anaheim and Pueblo chilies are roasted to perfection all over town. Vendors sell these flavor packed chilies to be used in everything imaginable: as a pizza topping, in traditional chili rellenos, and cooked to make a green chili stew. Over…
September 12, 2013 in Beef Entrees, Recipes, Uncategorized.
Healthy Homemade BBQ Sauce and Pulled Pork
Let me just start out by saying that before this recipe, I had never personally used a slow cooker in my life. I know they are the kitchen gadget that all busy moms swear by and it makes sense. All you do is turn it on, dump stuff in, and serve it up when dinnertime…
July 26, 2013 in Beef Entrees, Recipes, Uncategorized.
A Quick Bite
Welcome to Table for One: Big Bites on a Little Budget!
I’m Chelsea, a Nutrition Education Assistant with the Cache County Food $ense Program. I know that cooking for one can be a challenge at times, so I hope to show you how I am getting creative in the kitchen and managing to eat crazy-good-nutritious food all while staying within my little budget.
Find out more about Cache County Food $ense at www.extension.usu.edu/foodsense.
Now. Get Ready. Grab Your Apron. And Get Cookin’.Search
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