Written by Natalie Sehi, MS, RD, Associate Extension Educator While the summer is starting to come to an end, summer squash is still in full production! If you or someone you know has grown zucchini or yellow summer squash in their garden, you know what I am talking about. I’ve been lucky enough to have… Continue reading Getting Creative with Zucchini
Written by Brittany Spieker, UNL Dietetic Intern Spring has sprung! This means certain fruits and vegetables are starting to come back into season. Did you know that March through May is a perfect time to try out the artichoke? Artichokes provide fiber and Vitamin C, making it a great vegetable to include in meals or… Continue reading What’s that Veggie? Artichokes
Written by Brenda Sale, SNAP-Ed Extension Associate Now that kids are out of school for the summer, you no longer have to wonder if your parenting skills are adequate for 4th grade math! Maybe that’s only me… You also no longer have to trudge through 7th grade essays trying to correct spelling and punctuation. It… Continue reading School’s Out – How do I feed the kids?
Written by Nicole Busboom, EFNEP Extension Assistant This February, my family traveled to Thailand and experienced Asian cuisine. This was such a rewarding cultural learning experience for me. I definitely didn’t know what to expect regarding the food culture. We soon realized that a lot of the food was fresh, locally grown and was very… Continue reading What is a chili pepper? My Cultural Experience with Red Chili Peppers
Written by Donnia Behrends, MS, RD, SNAP-Ed Associate Extension Educator Am I the only one who has filled a grocery cart with foods for the week, only to come home and still have “nothing” to make for an actual meal for my family? I am guessing I am not the only one that this has… Continue reading Meal Planning and Grocery Shopping for a Family without Losing your Mind
Written by Kylie Smith, SNAP-Ed Extension Assistant With spring upon us, you will start seeing asparagus pop up in the produce section. Asparagus is a long, tree-looking vegetable that can add lots of nutrients and flavor to any meal. Spring is a great time to try new fruits and vegetables, since they are coming into… Continue reading What’s that Veggie? Asparagus
Written by Natalie Sehi, MS, RD, Associate Extension Educator Many would think that a busy mom of four, who happens to be a Registered Dietitian, would have it figured out when it comes to getting her kids to eat healthy and help in the kitchen. There are some days when it is smooth sailing, other… Continue reading Meal Planning and Preparation with Kids – Is it Done Yet?