Photo Credit: “coconut pumpkin soup” by stu_spivak / CC BY-SA 2.0
🍂 Enjoy that fall flavor without all the calories of a pumpkin spice latte! 🍂 Be careful transferring the hot soup to the blender! Let it cool first, if you need to.
Photo Credit: “Pumpkin Bread Sliced” by Roxanna Salceda / CC BY-SA 2.0
This pumpkin stew will warm your bones on a cold winter day!
Photo Credit: “Pumpkin Stuffed with Everything Good” by Kimberly Vardeman / CC BY 2.0
The nutrients in fats and oils are necessary in our diet yet you won’t see a Fats & Oils food group on My Plate. That’s because fats and oils come from foods already part of the five food groups. The fats and oils we eat originally come from animals, vegetables, grains, dairy and even fruits.…
Join JSY nutritionist, Paddy, as she talks about keeping food safe during the holidays. Come share your tips and take home tasty recipes. Try a tasty pumpkin recipe.
Just Say Yes to Fruits and Vegetables Nutritionists are often asked, “Which fruit or vegetable has the most fiber?” The good news is…all fruits and vegetables contain fiber! Eating a diet high in fruits and vegetables of all kinds supplies a ‘mixed bag’ of fiber with many health benefits.
JSY nutritionist, Paddy, will facilitate a conversation about food safety. Come and see how to prep a winter squash for roasting. Sample a delicious baked winter squash that tastes a little like pumpkin pie! Take home lots of recipes.
Fall is a perfect time to visit a Farmers’ Market! Fall produce is plentiful in Farmers’ Markets, including apples, pears, pumpkins, winter squash, potatoes and turnips. Some markets close in late fall, but others stay open year-round. Plan your visit today and enjoy these benefits of shopping at a Farmers’ Market: Buying at a Farmers’…