07/19/2019
  • 12:10 am Three Bladen Softball Teams In State Tournaments This Weekend
  • 11:55 pm Bladen pre-kindergarten application days scheduled July 22-24
  • 11:37 pm Municipal races taking shaping as filing deadline is noon Friday
  • 10:31 pm July 18 Vineyard Golf Thundering Herd Results
  • 10:27 pm This Day in History for July 19
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RALEIGH: North Carolinians who suffered damage from Hurricane Florence have until 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, December 19, to register for federal disaster assistance. Governor Cooper today urged storm survivors who haven’t yet registered for recovery help to apply today with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). More than $1 billion in state and federal resources have […]

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Spring & Summer How To Guide Share:

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Sandra Cain

By Sandra R. Cain Purchase the right turkey Consider buying a fresh turkey from your grocery store.  There is no need to defrost it and no added fat or sodium as  in the self-basting, frozen birds.  For a small dinner with 6 or fewer people, you may want to consider purchasing a breast.  A bone-in […]

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By Sandra R. Cain Does your family ever text you about 4:30 p.m. and ask “What’s for dinner?”  Instead of grabbing fast food on the way home from work, simply pull portions of make-ahead casseroles or side dishes from the freezer and reheat them. Freezing is one of the easiest, most convenient, and least time consuming methods […]

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BladenOnline.com’s first Print Edition: Bladen County Beautiful Share:

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By Sandra R. Cain Eating whole grains is one way to make your diet healthier. Most Americans don’t get enough whole grains in their diet. Refined grains have only a fraction of the vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients and dietary fiber — or roughage — of whole grains. Cardiovascular health benefits from whole grains which lower the […]

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Sandra R. Cain Dietary fiber has become a household word. Most food labels in the supermarket now list dietary fiber. Even though fiber is not considered a nutrient, health professionals agree that most Americans don’t get nearly enough in their diet. Dietary fiber is found only in plant foods like fruits, vegetables, grains and legumes. […]

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By: Sandra R. Cain Imagine baking whole-grain breads, rolls or muffins. Or maybe you prefer cakes, cookies and bars. Whatever you bake, it will fill your kitchen with wonderful smells. Family baking projects teach kids cooking skills. And they create lifetime memories. Here are five tips to make every baking project a success. 1. Follow […]

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Sandra Cain

By Sandra R. Cain With the upcoming storm predictions, I thought it might be helpful to talk about what to do if you lose power. If you have a freezer full of food, you have made a major financial investment. If you grew the food and prepared it for freezing, you also have many hours […]

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Dig out your favorite peanut recipe and brush up on your cooking skills! Make plans to enter the cooking contest during the Dublin Peanut Festival on September 16. Dishes will be judged in three categories including Candy, Bread and Dessert. Contestants will be divided into two age groups: Youth (Ages 8 – 16) and Adult […]

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Sandra Cain

By Sandra Cain Drink plenty of refreshing, calorie-free water. Water does the body good. Water has no fat, calories or sugar but it helps your muscles and brain stay hydrated for best physical and mental performance. It also keeps your stomach, intestines and kidneys working smoothly. This lets you digest your food and get rid […]

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By Sandra Cain Grilling is a favorite method of cooking for many people. Men, especially, seem drawn to the open flame.  To help you enjoy your summer, remember these tips for safe grilling the next time you fire up the grill. SHOPPING *When shopping, choose meat and poultry last.  Be sure not to put them in the […]

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Sandra R. Cain Eggplant is one of the most exotic of all vegetables in appearance, taste, and history. Until 100 years ago, it was grown in America primarily as an ornamental plant. In Japan, it is the third most important vegetable. Eggplant is a native of South and Eastern Asia and is a member of […]

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Sandra Cain

By Sandra Cain Food poisoning affects millions of Americans each year. Common symptoms are similar to the flu and may include headache, nausea, fever, stomach cramps, and diarrhea. Symptoms may appear within a few hours to a few days after eating. There are four groups of people that are considered to be at higher risk […]

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By Sandra Cain Caffeine has been in the news recently as a result of the unfortunate death of the young boy in South Carolina. Caffeine is a drug that affects the central nervous system. It can make people feel more alert. For most adults, consuming 200 to 300 milligrams of caffeine daily is not harmful. […]

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By: Sandra Cain Protein is used for body growth and repair of skin, hair and nails. It also helps heal wounds and fight infection.  Protein is important for building muscles. It also keeps us strong and healthy and helps children grow. Many protein foods are good sources of iron which is needed for healthy blood […]

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Sandra R. Cain For Better Living   Brussels sprouts are the newest member of the cabbage family. The leaves are on the top of the plant and the tiny heads completely surround the stalk. These heads resemble tiny cabbages. There are several types of cabbage: red cabbage; green, crinkly-leaved Savoy cabbage; green, smooth-leaved cabbage; and […]

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By: Sandra R. Cain Believe it or not, it is possible to raise kids who like eating a wide variety of vegetables. The secret is to never bribe or threaten them about eating green or orange things. Just follow as many of these simple steps as you can. Enjoy a variety of vegetables yourself The […]

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by: Sandra R. Cain Not only are they quick and easy to prepare, eggs are nutrient dense. They supply a significant amount of nutrients compared to the calories they contain. One large egg has 75 calories, 6g of protein, and 5g of fat. Eggs provide some of the highest quality protein you can buy and […]

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By Sandra R. Cain You may have heard people say that it costs more to eat healthy.  This is sometimes true but here are a few tips to help you save money wile still getting your fruits and vegetables. Dried Beans, Peas and Lentils Beans (black beans, kidney beans, pintos, chickpeas, red or green lentils, […]

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For Better Living:Eat Smart – Try Low-Fat or Fat-Free Dairy Products By Sandra Cain All the Nutrition with Less Fat Milk and milk products are good sources of protein, calcium and vitamins. With such an excellent nutrient profile, it’s not surprising that dairy foods promote strong bones, help to lower blood pressure and help with […]

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A fire erupted at JC Pallet Company in Bladenboro on Sunday night that kept firefighters busy throughout the morning on Monday. The first call reporting the fire came in at 2:15 a.m.  Bladen County Fire Marshal Bradley Kinlaw said that the fire is contained and fire crews will be monitoring it throughout the day. “We’ve […]

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Sandra Cain

By Sandra Cain March is National Nutrition Month and a good time to re-think some of our eating habits.  Take time this month to look at your eating patterns and begin to make the small improvements that, over time, add up to significant health benefits The benefits of a healthy lunch for adults and children […]

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Sandra Cain

By: Sandra Cain Osteoporosis is a disease in which bones become fragile and are more likely to break.  It is a major  health threat for an estimated 44 million Americans, or 55 percent of the people 50 years of age and older.  According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, 10 million Americans have osteoporosis, and another […]

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Sandra R. Cain The United State Department of Agriculture recommends that most of grain intake each day should be from whole grains. For most people, five to six ounces of grains is recommended. Some people may need to increase their total grain consumption (including whole grains) while others will need to substitute whole grains for […]

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Are you looking for a good snack for the holidays? We found one great creation for you to try if you like pecans, chocolate and pretzels. The Rolo Pretzel Delights recipe on the back of a 12 oz bag of Rolos is simple and makes a yummy treat. Rolo Pretzel Delights Ingredients: Small Pretzels, Pecan […]

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Sandra Cain

By: Sandra Cain People use many strategies to prevent weight gain, but starting the day with a good breakfast is an important part of keeping off the holiday pounds. As I’m sure you have always heard, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Some people think they should skip breakfast to cut back […]

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Sandra Cain

by: Sandra Cain When it comes to cooking and preparing meals, more and more Americans are opting for convenience. Americans spend half of their food budget away from home, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Additionally, a report from an international marketing information company that specializes in providing insight into consumer purchasing and behavior showed changes […]

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Sandra Cain

By Sandra Cain It’s hard to believe it, but Thanksgiving is here again. I usually start getting calls about cooking turkeys about this time, so I though I would share some general information. There are literally hundreds of ways to cook a turkey and each year new recipes and techniques are created based on trendy […]

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Sandra Cain

By:  Sandra Cain Fall leaves, corn stalks, mums, and pumpkins are signs of the season. Pumpkins are most often associated with Halloween and jack-o-lanterns. Cooked pumpkin is a nutritious and delicious food that needs to make its way to the dinner table – not just used for decorative purposes. Pumpkins are a perfect food for […]

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Sandra Cain

By Sandra Cain If you’re planning a trip to the mountains this month, be sure to pick up some fresh North Carolina apples. Apples are delicious, easy to carry for snacking, low in calories and they are still very inexpensive. Apples are a source of both soluble and insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber such as pectin […]

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Sandra Cain

By Sandra Cain If you have a freezer full of food, you have made a major financial investment. If you grew the food and prepared it for freezing, you also have many hours of time invested. Considering these investments, it is important to take a few precautions to ensure against loss in case of a […]

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Do your children or grandchildren come home after school hungry and ready to eat anything in sight? Rather than let them fill up on chips and cookies, use this hunger as an opportunity to serve them the fruits, vegetables and milk-based foods so often lacking in the diets of today’s children. Here are some quick […]

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Make plans to enter the cooking contest during the Dublin Peanut Festival on September 17. Dishes will be judged in 3 categories including Candy, Bread and Dessert. Contestants will be divided into 2 age groups: Youth (Ages 8 – 16) and Adult (Ages 17 – up).  Age is determined by the age you will be […]

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Sandra Cain

By Sandra Cain Picky eating is very common among children. It usually means that they want to make some choices on their own. There is nothing wrong with picky eaters. They just need some extra care at mealtimes. Use these tips to help children learn to eat well. Be a Role Model. If possible, the […]

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Dig out your favorite peanut recipe and brush up on your cooking skills! Make plans to enter the cooking contest during the Dublin Peanut Festival on September 17. Dishes will be judged in three categories including Candy, Bread and Dessert. Contestants will be divided into two age groups: Youth (Ages 8 – 16) and Adult […]

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Sandra Cain

By Sandra Cain Sodium is a part of everyone’s diet, but how much is too much? Under ideal conditions, the minimum sodium requirement is about 1,500 milligrams (mg) of sodium per day. This is less than 1 teaspoon of table salt. The maximum recommended level of sodium intake is 2,300 mg per day. On average, […]

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By: Sandra R. Cain For Better Living         We are all feeling the pinch when it comes to rising food costs.  One way you can save time as well as money is to shop less frequently. Less trips means less gas and less of a chance of impulse buying of things you […]

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By Sandra Cain Can high‑fiber diets really do all they claim to do? Studies have examined the relationship between high‑fiber diets and many diseases, including colon cancer, coronary heart disease and diabetes. Proven benefits of a high‑fiber diet include prevention and treatment of constipation, hemorrhoids and diverticulosis. In addition, certain types of fiber help decrease […]

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Sandra Cain

By Sandra Cain Whether you’re packing lunches for school or attempting to eat a healthy lunch at work or home, you don’t have to be stuck with the same peanut butter and jelly sandwich every day. Any lunch should provide 400 to 500 calories and should be made up of 30 percent protein (4 to […]

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By Sandra Cain Melons have been around for a long time. In fact, they’ve been around so long that the ancient Egyptians ate them! There are two categories of melons— muskmelon and watermelon. Muskmelons can have netted skin (cantaloupe) or smooth skin (honeydew). Watermelon also comes in different varieties and sizes. Selection *From its outside […]

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By: Sandra Cain Sipping an ice cold drink can help reduce the effects of the heat of these summer days, but those cool liquid calories can add up faster than you might imagine. While it’s important to stay hydrated, beverages loaded with extra calories add up to extra pounds. With a little planning, you can […]

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WHITEVILLE — Whiteville City Schools will participate July 19-21, 2016 in the statewide K-12 Culinary Institute. School cafeteria managers from Whiteville City, Columbus County, New Hanover, Hoke and Bladen County Schools will come together for the training. The regional workshop designed to enhance nutrition offerings is funded by a U.S. Department of Agriculture Professional Standards […]

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By Sandra Cain The peach has been one of the most popular fruits since ancient times. There are many varieties of peaches, and except for a few, most varieties are not easy to tell apart. Here are some tips for choosing high quality peaches: The reddish “bloom” on the peach is not a sure sign […]

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By: Sandra Cain Freezing is one of the simplest and least time-consuming ways to preserve foods at home. Freezing does not sterilize food. The extreme cold simply retards growth of micro-organisms and slows down changes that affect quality or cause spoilage in food. Properly frozen fruits retain much of their fresh flavor and nutritive value. […]

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By: Sandra Cain From June through September, you can enjoy the freshness and flavor of delicious locally grown cucumbers that have been picked at their peak. Slicing and pickling cucumbers are the most commonly grown. The cucumber is a member of the gourd family and originated thousands of years ago in either India or Thailand. […]

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East Bladen High School

Coach Robby Priest has announced that his East Bladen Eagles will host the East Bladen Football Jamboree on Friday, August 12, at Lenon Fisher Stadium. Participating in the Jamboree along with the host Eagles will be their county rivals, the West Bladen Knights,  along with West Columbus, South Robeson and Overhills. Each team will play […]

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How is this idea for Pineapple Upside Down Cake? Pineapple Upside Down Bundt Cake 1/2 Cup butter (1 stick), melted 1/2 Cup packed brown sugar 1 Can pineapple rings in 100% juice (reserve the juice) 1 Jar maraschino cherries 1 Box yellow or pineapple cake mix 1 4-serving box instant vanilla pudding 3 eggs Vegetable […]

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By: Sandra Cain There’s no doubt about it – Americans like their fast food. Whether it’s for a quick lunch, a time-saving meal while traveling or an easy way to get dinner on the table for a busy family, Americans continue to rely on fast food to fit their busy lifestyles. When first introduced, fast-food […]

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By: Sandra Cain Obesity in children is now considered an epidemic in the United States. The number of children who are overweight has doubled in the last 20 to 30 years. Currently, one in six children is overweight, defined as being at or above the 95th percentile of their age-sex specific growth chart. The obesity […]

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 Milk provides a variety of essential nutrients that your body needs to maintain good health. These nutrients include calcium, vitamin D, vitamin A, and potassium. Milk also contains high quality protein that helps meet your body’s needs. The natural sugar in dairy foods – lactose – may be difficult for some people to digest completely. […]

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By Sandra Cain With so many choices, it can be hard to sift through the variety of grain products to find the healthiest options. Having a basic understanding of the different types of grain products will help set you on the right path. Whole Grain. Whole grains have all of the edible parts of the […]

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By Sandra Cain Certainly the most popular of all Oriental cooking methods is stir-frying. The Chinese word chow literally means toss-cooking. Stir-frying is the quick cooking of small pieces of food in a large pan over high heat while constantly and briskly stirring the food. The key is to keep the food moving constantly, so […]

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High blood pressure (hypertension) is a serious health problem. In North Carolina, an estimated one million people are affected. Each year, thousands die prematurely from this disease and related illnesses such as heart disease, stroke, and kidney disease. WHAT IS BLOOD PRESSURE? With each beat, your heart pumps blood through your blood vessels. The force […]

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Sandra Cain

Maybe you have a drawer or a file full of recipes that you’ve clipped from newspapers, magazines or saved from the internet. It can take forever to sort through them when you want to try something new, so it is usually easier and faster to go back to your old favorites. Here are a few […]

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Cookies. Candy canes. Pie. Hot chocolate. It seems that everywhere you turn during the holidays, temptation is at your fingertips. This time of year, more than any other, our plans to eat smart can be tested.  Fortunately, holiday foods don’t have to undermine your goals. A few tricks can help you survive the season’s most […]

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Sandra Cain

There are literally hundreds of ways to cook a turkey and each year new recipes and techniques are created based on trendy regional ingredients and creative cooking methods. Some are good, some are bad, and some are downright unsafe. All are designed to tantalize the senses and produce the perfect turkey – moist breast meat, […]

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By: Sandra R. Cain Fall leaves, corn stalks, mums, and pumpkins are signs of the season. Pumpkins are most often associated with Halloween and jack-o-lanterns. Cooked pumpkin is a nutritious and delicious food that needs to make its way to the dinner table – not just used for decorative purposes. Pumpkins are a perfect food […]

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When it comes to reaching out to the community Bladen County Public Library rises to the occasion like a fine soufflé. Recently, the Library sponsored a membership drive for a new Cook Book Club, and several members came together Tuesday night to taste each other’s dishes. So, what do you think happens when some experienced […]

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By: Sandra R. Cain The price of food is continuing to go up. Consumers are searching out bargains at the grocery store – certainly a change from the previous norm of relying on convenience foods. The search for lower prices may force shoppers to look less at healthier choices and more at the bottom line […]

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By: Sandra R. Cain For Better Living The next time you’re having a meal, especially in a restaurant, take a look at the portion sizes. Can your meat fit in the palm of your hand or is it hanging off the plate. And speaking of the plate, can you see any of it? If you’re […]

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By: Sandra R. Cain Too many snack foods are low in nutrients and high in calories from sugar, fat or both. Eating too many of these extras often becomes nothing more than consumption of empty calories. Sweets, chips and sugary sodas account for nearly one-third of the calories consumed by Americans. It’s important to know […]

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By: Sandra R. Cain Proper food storage helps to preserve the quality and nutritional value of the foods you purchase, and also helps make the most of your food dollar by preventing spoilage. Also, proper food storage can help prevent food-borne illnesses caused by harmful bacteria. Use fresh, perishable foods soon after they are harvested […]

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By: Sandra Cain With the arrival of fall comes football season and the excitement of tailgating. Don’t let cooler weather fool you into thinking you don’t need to consider the possibility of food-borne bacteria spoiling your party. Be proactive and follow a few simple procedures for safe food handling – then you’ll be sure to […]

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By: Sandra R. Cain September is National Cholesterol Education Month, a good time to get your blood cholesterol checked and take steps to lower it if it is high. High blood cholesterol affects over 65 million Americans. It is a serious condition that increases your risk for heart disease. The higher your cholesterol level, the […]

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By: Sandra R. Cain Summer has flown by and students have already started back to school. Buying lunch at school may be the first time your child gets to make decisions about which foods he or she will eat. The good news is that school lunches have improved over the years, both in taste and […]

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By: Sandra R. Cain Which spread is better for your heart: butter, margarine, peanut butter, cream cheese or jam? In the past, the answer would have been jam or none of the above. Jam is the only one that’s fat-free. Recent evidence, however, points to peanut butter as a better choice. Why? Because of the […]

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By: Sandra R. Cain Fats provide essential fatty acids. Fats contribute a large proportion of the calories in our diet so it’s not surprising they get a lot of attention when we think of eating right. However, along with calories, fats provide essential fatty acids and help with the body’s absorption of fat soluble vitamins. […]

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By: Sandra R. Cain Homemade ice cream is a special summertime treat. However, for hundreds of consumers each year it can also become a threat as they suffer the effects of salmonellosis. In homemade ice cream, Salmonella Enteritidis, which can be transmitted from the hen to the egg yolk before the shell forms, is the […]

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By: Sandra R. Cain Breakfast from the drive-thru at McDonalds, lunch out of a vending machine and dinner at your favorite sit-down restaurant. Sound familiar? Whether it’s fast food, take-out or a fancy restaurant, eating out has become part of the American lifestyle. Today, food is available at almost every turn, whether we’re at work […]

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By: Sandra R. Cain Peppers are a vegetable used in a variety of dishes as seasoning, garnish, main dish, and relish. Peppers are na­tive to tropical America and were grown by Native Americans in North and South America over 2,000 years ago. Small hot peppers were discovered by Columbus in the West Indies. Peppers come in […]

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By: Sandra R. Cain Eggplant is one of the most exotic of all vegetables in appearance, taste, and history. Until 100 years ago, it was grown in America primarily as an ornamental plant. In Japan, it is the third most important vegetable. Eggplant is a native of South and Eastern Asia and is a member […]

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By: Sandra R. Cain There’s nothing better than a cool drink on a hot summer day to help you feel refreshed. You can enjoy summer drinks from an abundance of options which look incredibly delicious. But remember that some can really pack on the calories in no time. Energy drinks. Think twice before swigging one […]

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By: Sandra R. Cain MyPlate is the USDA guide to healthy meals. You can use it to help plan your meals quickly. MyPlate is perfect for helping plan picnics. Many picnic plates are already divided into sections! Plan Picnics can be easy to plan. They are popular with people of all ages, especially during the […]

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By: Sandra Kelly Cain Got Milk? may be a popular advertising slogan, but unfortunately for many teenagers, a more accurate question is “Got Soda?” June is Dairy Month and is a good time to re-examine your consumption of dairy products. Current trends in soft-drink consumption among adolescents suggest that teens are drinking twice as much […]

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By: Sandra R. Cain For Better Living Canning Fruit Recipes for canning fruit usually call for adding sugar or sugar syrup. While sugar helps hold the texture, shape and color of fruit, it is primarily added for flavor. It is not needed to prevent spoilage. You can safely can all fruits in water or in […]

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For Better Living* By: Sandra R. Cain The link between diet and health is important. Food alone cannot make you healthy. But good eating habits, based on variety and moderation, can help keep you healthy and even improve your health. Good eating habits include knowing how to prepare and select foods that fit into the […]

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Ingredients 4 (6-8 oz) russet potatoes, scrubbed and pricked all over with a fork vegetable oil, to coat potatoes 4 slices bacon 1 pound large shrimp, peeled and deveined, tails removed 1 1/2 teaspoons Cajun seasoning 1 teaspoon salt, plus a pinch 4 green onions, thinly sliced, white and light green parts; dark green parts […]

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Ingredients 2 cups water 1 cup sugar 1/4 cup fresh ginger, minced 1/4 cup fresh mint leaves 2 cups lemon juice, freshly squeezed 1 liter seltzer water, cold Preparation Combine water, sugar, ginger, and mint in a medium saucepan and bring to a boil. Cover, remove from heat, and allow to steep until room temperature. […]

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By: Sandra R. Cain Eggs and Food Safety During the Easter holiday weekend, many families with young children and grandchildren will be boiling and dyeing eggs.  If you plan to eat the eggs later, be sure to think about safety. A food safety concern with eggs is Salmonella bacteria. Eggs are perishable and must be […]

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Ingredients 1 cup peanut butter 1 cup honey 2 cups powdered milk 1 cup confectioner’s sugar 1 cup chocolate, melted 1 1/2 cups sweetened corn cereal, crushed Preparation Mix peanut butter, honey and milk together to form very thick mixture. Roll out into small balls about the size of a walnut. Roll in confectioner’s sugar. […]

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Ingredients 1 cup pepper Jack cheese, (4 oz), grated 1/2 cup green olives, chopped and pitted 4 tablespoons butter, softened 1 (8 oz) package cream cheese, softened 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 loaf olive bread, (or Italian bread) halved lengthwise Preparation In a bowl, combine the pepper Jack cheese, olives, butter, cream cheese and garlic […]

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Ingredients 2 lbs medium shrimp, peeled and deveined 1 large bell pepper, diced 1 large yellow onion, diced 2 cloves garlic, minced 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 1 tablespoon butter 2 cans cream of mushroom soup 2 cups cheddar cheese, grated 1 box wild rice, cooked Preparation In a large skillet, sauté olive oil, […]

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