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Have you have been diagnosed with diabetes? Do you live with or care for someone with diabetes? Or do you just want to learn how to eat healthier? If you answered yes to any of these questions, MSU Extension’s Dining with Diabetes program is for you.
Catfish doesn’t have to be fried to be delicious! Enjoy it simmered in this tasty gumbo to get the protein, vitamins, and minerals without the added fat from frying.
Peachy Green Beans can be made with frozen and canned produce if you’d like to give it a try in the fall or winter.
It's finally fall, and this healthy, simple salad is a great way to celebrate the new season!
When you need a hearty meal in a hurry, this Mighty Skillet Meal fits the bill.
Fruit Paradise is a quick and easy dish with a delicious tropical sweetness.
These Peanut Butter Muffins are a great grab-and-go option to have on hand for busy mornings.
This is the perfect summertime recipe to help you get your fruit servings for the day. Banana cream tops sweet berries for a guilt-free dessert.
If you like tomatoes, this is an easy and healthy recipe that is great with eggs or as a side dish.
Try this tasty way to cook those zucchinis from your summer vegetable garden.
Try this fun twist on the classic lemonade this summer.
Junior high and high school students are invited to improve their kitchen skills at a culinary arts camp June 26-30 at Mississippi State University. Culinary Arts Kids Camp is focused on teaching young people about local foods, kitchen basics and easy recipes.
This delicious salad is naturally vegan, sugar-free, dairy-free, and gluten-free not to mention fresh and easy to assemble. It’s also budget-friendly, especially if you grow some of these vegetables yourself.
Chicken and Fruit Salad is an easy and refreshing summertime lunch or dinner.
One of the first steps in controlling high blood pressure is to reduce the extra sodium in your diet. Many people think sodium and salt are the same thing, however, they are different. Sodium is a mineral that occurs naturally in foods and is sometimes added during manufacturing. Table salt is a combination of the minerals sodium and chloride.
This Tuna Melt Burger is great for lunch or dinner, and it's easy cleanup!
Millions of Americans have food allergies. While some may outgrow food allergies, many others do not. Food allergies are common in young children and tend to appear during the first or second year of life. Check out the tips I use to help me navigate as a mom of a child with food allergies.
South of the Border Dip is quick and easy to whip up. You probably have all the ingredients in your kitchen!
If you like vinaigrette on your salad or as a marinade, give this homemade Red Wine Vinaigrette a try.
National Nutrition Month is a time to sharpen your focus on your lifestyle, with an emphasis on your eating and physical activity habits. Learn what this campaign is about and get tips to help you improve your lifestyle from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.