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Dips are a great addition to your table.  Add them to your party menu, enjoy them as an appetizer or just prepare them as a snack for spring afternoon.  I know many of you are probably thinking that dips e  Read More

 

While many of us celebrated Easter this past weekend, there is another holiday that also began on Friday–Passover.  This 8-day holiday is celebrated by Jewish people around the world and co  Read More

 

 One of spring’s plentiful veggies is broccoli and, in my opinion, next to the potato it is the most versatile vegetable available.  Raw or cooked, in casseroles, soups or salads, this veggie is always  Read More

 

 

Every so often there seems to be a new “super food” that is all the rage.  For a while it was kale (one of my personal favorites) and recently it’s been quinoa.  With all this “super food” talk,  Read More

 

This week, we all have a little luck of the Irish, whether we’re actually of Irish heritage or not.  Since St. Patrick’s Day is tomorrow, many of us will be donning our green and preparing traditional Ir  Read More

 
 

If you buy your lunch each day, you know while it’s convenient, it can also become costly.  On average, buying lunch between $5-$7 per day and that’s if you are ordering something to take back to your de  Read More

 
 

March is here and it’s National Celery Month, a reason to cheer!  Many folks think of celery as a veggie that you add to soups, stews or salads–kind of like a supporting role.  However,   Read More

 
 

If you’ve enjoyed Belgian endive, it’s probably been in a salad or as part of a vegetable tray.  This pale green, almost white, leafy veggie has a mild flavor and is surprisingly versatile   Read More

 
 

Recently, Today’s Dietitian magazine conducted a survey of more than 500 dietitians and found that seeds and nuts are rated as one of 2015′s top “superfoods.”  It’s not surprising when you con  Read More

 

Love pancakes?  Then this week is definitely for you as it’s National Pancake WeekWhile most of us think of these little griddle cakes as a traditional breakfast meal, mainly made with flour, egg  Read More

 
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Janet Skibicki's Bio

Janet Skibicki is a working stepmother of teenage twins. Until her mid-30's, she was able to easily work in exercise and healthy eating. Now married with kids, she's found it harder to stay on track with her fitness regime, while trying to instill healthy habits into her family’s daily routine. Janet and h


 

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