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Kitchen Skills: How to Chop an Onion

Want to learn how to chop an onion like the pros? Watch this short video and get inspired!

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12 goals for a better 2020

12 goals for a better 2020

There’s a lot of pressure to accomplish big New Year’s Resolutions. Instead of focusing on one large goal, what if you broke down each month into a smaller goal?

Spice up your Leftovers

Spice up your Leftovers

Imagine you cooked way too much baked chicken, rice, and steamed broccoli for dinner on Monday. How do you spice up the leftovers so you don’t get bored by Tuesday?

Halloween treats for kids

Halloween treats for kids

  Here are three spooky, kid-friendly treats that won’t break the bank. Grab your kids for one of these easy and fun recipes just in time for Halloween!

Hate how half of what you buy spoils? Here are 6 ways to minimize food waste

Hate how half of what you buy spoils? Here are 6 ways to minimize food waste

Did you know that 30-40% of the food grown in America is wasted?[1] That’s so much food! It’s awful to buy something and have it go to waste.

Chicken Sandwich War? We’re in.

Chicken Sandwich War? We’re in.

You’ve probably heard of the chicken sandwich war going on by now. People across the country are critiquing chicken sandwiches and taking sides—if they can get their hands on one. Well no need to wait in a drive-thru line only to be turned away when you find out that they already sold out.

3 recipes that will get you excited for UGA’s football season!

3 recipes that will get you excited for UGA’s football season!

Can you believe the first UGA football game of the 2019 season is less than two weeks away?! We’ve got a few recipes inspired by the return of our beloved Bulldogs to Sanford Stadium. Great for tailgates or for watching at home, these recipes are sure to get you in the football spirit!

Want flavor? Try these instead of salt!

Want flavor? Try these instead of salt!

Table salt–the most common form of salt–is a combination of sodium and chloride. It’s used to preserve food and enhance flavor. However, it can also contribute to increased blood pressure. Check out these blogs about sodium and how it affects your blood pressure to learn more. There is a wonderful variety of seasonings and flavors […]