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With Thanksgiving rapidly approaching, we begin to look back at our year and reflect on all the blessings in our lives. Here at the dairy association, we’re very thankful to the hardworking dairy farmers in our state who put in long hours in all weather conditions to make sure there is always a gallon of..
By Lindsey, a registered dietitian working as an outpatient dietitian in the Indianapolis area. The air is crisp and the leaves have fallen. Perfect weather to warm up with a bowl of soup! Soup is great for so many reasons. It’s a whole meal in itself, so you don’t have to worry about making sides…
For your holiday baking, the most important tip I know is use the best ingredients. I learned that early by cooking along-side mom. When it comes to baking, nothing is going to out-perform butter. When that old television commercial about not being able to believe the product was not butter, my mother would always say,..
We have a lot to be thankful for each and everyday at American Dairy Association Indiana Inc., and a few of our staff members are especially thankful for the following: Jackie Barber, Producer Relations Coordinator Brooke Schultz, Public Relations & Child Nutrition Coordinator Leilani Galbreath, Program Assistant Danielle Sovinski, Health and Wellness Coordinator
My feelings on fall are summed up well by Hoosier poet James Whitcomb Riley: “O, it’s then’s the times a feller is a-feelin’ at his best, With the risin’ sun to greet him from a night of peaceful rest, As he leaves the house, bareheaded, and goes out to feed the stock, When the frost..
Tis the season to eat and be merry! And boy do we EAT! I did a little research and the average American eats about 3,000 to 3,500 calories during Thanksgiving lunch / dinner (the actual meal). This comes to about 4,000 calories for the day in total. To put that in perspective, an excess of..
November is American Diabetes Month. Let’s come together to help stop type 2 diabetes by creating awareness and promoting healthy eating. According to the American Diabetes Association, about 30 million children and adults in the United States have diabetes and another 86 million Americans are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes. Many factors can..
This November month, notoriously known for showing gratitude, we’ll be sharing the love (in four parts) as we express sincere thanks to a multitude of partners, supporters and everyday simplistic items that make life a little bit more fulfilling. To begin this series of thanks, we’d like to extend a big THANK YOU to our partners supporting the #1 in-school..
Daylight Saving Time is officially over, we have all fallen back or we were all an hour early for work today (ha!). While doing my intense blog researching process (imagine Indiana Jones decoding hieroglyphics in a hidden temple for a clear picture of what I did not do) I discovered several interesting things. Discovery #1..
A witch’s cackle at midnight, full moons and black cats are legendary symbols of the most spine-tingling eve of the year– Halloween. When planning your Halloween party, think about healthy snacks. It doesn’t have to be all about candy, or even food for that matter– I’ve used crayons as party favors and even to hand..