Monday, March 28, 2011

Celebrate National Nutrition Month with us!

By Liz Kelsay of The Indiana Soybean Alliance

As National Nutrition Month comes to an end what better way to celebrate than find a new recipe to make with or for your family. So, as you are planning your meals for this week or making you list for the grocery store be sure to check these out!


Ott, A. over at A Latte with Ott, A. just finished an Iron Chef Challenge using Indiana’s own Red Gold Tomatoes. Check out all the great recipes and a winner should be announced soon!



Leah over at Beyer Beware has “Hunk of Meat Monday’s” where you are sure to find a great recipe for the center of your table!

Hunk of Meat Mondays

Gooseberry Patch had a “Recipe Round-Up” last week where over 130 recipes were shared. I would highly recommend the Peanut Butter Truffle Brownies, I made them over the weekend and they were great!


 Sarah from This Farm Family’s Life cooked up a Cheddar Potato Soup that looks awesome!

The Winners Drink Milk blog is celebrating National Nutrition Month by Eating Right with Color – Vegetable Frittata

To celebrate National Nutrition Month we are giving away another $50 gift card to your favorite grocery store! Just tell us what you would buy with the card if you won. You can tell us here, on Facebook and/or on twitter! Winner will be announced on Friday.

5 comments:

Nicole said...

This week I am hostessing a meal for 10 of my husband's co-workers. I'm fixing spaghetti casserole, garlic bread, salad, and chocolate chip cookie bars, with lemonade and ice tea to drink. I think that should use up that $50 very well!

Kylie said...

I have a toddler who loves fresh fruits and vegetables. I would give her a new fruit or vegetable with every meal for at least a week!

Terre said...

With all of the after school activities coming this week and next I plan on freezing and using the crockpot to make some meals. I refuse to miss out on family dinner time because we are too busy! I would use the giftcard to purchase some yummy roast and pork for the crockpot and more beef for freezer meals.

Rian said...

I would buy more fruits and veggies for my two kids.

Liz said...

I would make a nice fancy meal--maybe boeuf bourguignon--and use the rest to get some expensive baking ingredients, such as high quality vanilla extract! Thanks for the giveaway!

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