Saturday, August 29, 2015
   

The Dog Days of Summer… We Will Not Let You Go

The Dog Days of Summer… We Will Not Let You Go

Hello and welcome to the new recipes section of Juliens Journal. We have swapped articles with Heather, as she has been doing the recipes section for several years, and we, the restaurant reviews for the last two. So after much thought and discussion in the “board room,” we are mixing things up. We are very excited to be able to share some of our favorite recipes with the mission of keeping things fresh, seasonal, and as local as possible. We will share recipes for all levels of cooks, with the hopes of inspiring you to step out of your comfort zone and try something new, and build your kitchen confidence through simple, delicious recipes. So here we go…

Taste, At Your Table | By Angela and Carolyn Linton-Canfield

Back to School Breakfast

Back to School Breakfast

In the weeks ahead, the rush and bustle of packing up book bags, making school lunches, getting afterschool sports gear together, and, not to mention, our own selves ready and out the door for work will once again be part of the daily grind for another nine months of the school year. The busy mornings often leave little or no time for a healthy breakfast. We have heard time and time again that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but why is it?

Taste, At Your Table | By Heather Hutchinson-Schuster with Hannah Stoner

Backyard Barbeque

Backyard Barbeque

A hot grill and a cold drink in hand are a great recipe for a day of barbequing in the backyard. I took some time this month to interview two gentlemen who know a thing or two about great meat and great barbeque. The “Meat King” is Jeff Cremer from Cremer’s Grocery and the “BBQ Master” is Steve Geisz from Chocolate Hog BBQ and Catering. Steve and Jeff both agree that the secret of great barbeque is starting with an excellent cut of meat.

Taste, At Your Table | By Heather Hutchinson-Schuster with Hannah Stoner

National Dairy Month – Got Milk!

National Dairy Month – Got Milk!

A summer treat that is enjoyed by people young and old is ice cream. This cool, creamy treat can be enjoyed even more in June to help celebrate National Dairy Month. National Dairy Month started out as National Milk Month in 1937. It was designed to promote the drinking of milk and help stabilize the dairy demand when production was at a surplus. This has turned into a tradition to honor and recognize the contributions that the dairy industry makes to the world. The dairy industry is comprised of more than just farmers who produce milk. It also includes the processors and manufacturers, as well as the retailers and foodservice operators who bring the products to the consumers.

Taste, At Your Table | By Heather Hutchinson-Schuster with Hannah Stoner

A Rainbow of Color-Coded Nutrients

A Rainbow of Color-Coded Nutrients

May begins the kick-off to colorful and tasty produce at farmers’ markets and the grocery store. Did you know that eating a rainbow of foods is a great way to get all of your nutrients each day? Mother Nature has color-coded nutrients that are vital for good health and vitality.

Taste, At Your Table | By Heather Hutchinson-Schuster with Hannah Stoner

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