Foodie Friday: Butternut Squash Macaroni Casserole

Posted September 24th, 2021

As we move into fall, grocery stores and farmer’s markets are moving beautiful, health-filled butternut squash to their produce sections! When I saw this recipe from our nutritionists, I realize this also is a perfect fall recipe for those of us who also love, love, love macaroni!  Pasta plus vitamin-packed squash….that is a great idea. Did […]


Foodie Friday: Watermelon Fruit Pizza

Posted September 3rd, 2021

I know we featured watermelon salad last week, but it is just so good right now! I stumbled upon this recipe for watermelon fruit pizza, a healthy-ish take on more traditional fruit pizzas that have a cookie crust. This one uses the watermelon as the “crust” and is topped with a creamy yogurt mixture and […]


Foodie Fridays: Watermelon Salad

Posted August 27th, 2021

If there is one fruit the screams summer to me, it’s watermelon. I have fond memories of summer picnics, seed spitting contests and fancy fruit baskets carved out of watermelons. Grab one today at the store (now seedless varieties are available!) and whip up this tasty watermelon salad. This is a very refreshing and great […]


A Summer Poem

Posted August 20th, 2021

From Blossoms From blossoms comes this brown paper bag of peaches we bought from the boy at the bend in the road where we turned toward the signs painted Peaches. From laden boughs, from hands, from sweet fellowship in the bins, comes nectar at the roadside, succulent peaches we devour, dusty skin and all, comes […]


Foodie Friday: Couscous Salad

Posted August 13th, 2021

I have a love/hate relationship with lettuce. I love it. It hates me. So, I was looking for an alternative for a summer salad, and one day, was just literally throwing stuff into a bowl when I came up with the scrumptious dish that is great for lunch, dinner, or as a side dish. Christina’s […]


Foodie Friday: What to do with all these zucchini?

Posted July 9th, 2021

Don’t hide when your neighbor comes to your door with another one of those baseball bat-sized zucchini! Here some fun recipes from The American Institute for Cancer Research.   What’s to love about those long green and yellow summer squash that seem to go from tiny little squash fingers into baseball bats overnight? Low in calories […]