- Delicious Dips Using Common Ingredients
If you need a quick dip for unexpected company or have no time to go to the store, check out these recipes. I whipped these up from ingredients in my kitchen this weekend!
Information, University of Illinois Extension at Urbana-Champagne
Department of Food Science & Human Nutrition, Division of Nutritional Sciences, Department of Internal Medicine, Karen Chapman Novakofski, PhD, RD, LDN, Professor of Nutrition.
for Fitness and Fun (PDF)
Planning on celebrating Father’s Day with a backyard barbeque? Toss some healthy choices on the grill and give your Dad the gift of men’s health. Use these delicious tips and ideas to give your husband or father a step towards better health.
- Food Reflections
Newsletter Archives: 2005–2012
Free Monthly e-mail newsletter provides “how-to” message on food, nutrition, or food safety for health professionals, educators and consumers and all past issues are archived here.
- Global Gourmet
Provides a review of a food and nutrition related web site each week, includes foodwine.com and the electronic Gourmet Guide.
Cooking’s Main Page
This web site features food, wine and cooking with professional recipes, submitted recipes, recipe links, good cooking information, nutrition links, consumer information, fish/shellfish recipes, culinary schools links, food facts, wine links, wine information, free recipe submission, travel information, food definitions, culinary information, fun facts and brain food. Advertises food, wine, food preparation and travel products.
Living – Dinner Tonight Videos
Quick and healthy dinner ideas from the Texas AgriLife Extension Service Urban Solutions Center. Have you planned dinner tonight? If you are looking for something quick and easy, watch healthy food recipes demonstrations by professional Extension Family and Consumer Life Educators.
- Healthy Soup Recipes
Site provides healthy soup recipes from the nutrition experts at Mayo Clinic.
Recipes – American Lamb Board Recipes via Chef newsletter
Provides a brief description about the industry, handling techniques, storing and offers recipes.
- Lentil Soup (PDF)
Vinegar Lentil Soup – The Healthy Eating for Life Program (HELP)
Web site that gives you an on-line lesson in French to help when you dine out in a restaurant.
- Meals For You
Web site that gives on-line information on recipes, complete meal planning, nutritional analysis and lots of information on meal planning.
a Recipe to be Healthier,
The Ohio State University Extension web site that provides information on substituting ingredients in recipes to make them healthier.
- Pork Recipes – Pork
Meal Ideas – All
Things Pork at porkbeinspired.com
The Pork Producers web site has been dynamic since the launching in 2000. See gread videos, recipes, photographs of recipe dishes, etc.
- OASIS (Online
Advice & Shopper Information System) – Fruits & Vegetables
This web site gives information on fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs and includes information about selection tips, nutrition data, seasonal peaks, recipes and trivia.
- The Recipes Folder!
The web version of the English Server’s recipe folder offering a number of recipes from various university and organization including some vegetarian sources.
- Roasted Root Vegetables
So simple and so delicious! Who knew veggies could taste so sweet!
University – Wellness
Check out our wide variety of healthy recipes provided by WebMD: Soups; Awesome Turkey & Veggie Chili Recipe; Beef and Beer Chili Recipe.
- SNAP-Ed Connection: Recipes Finder
We invite you to search the database of recipes submitted by nutrition and health professionals and organizations. Nutrition educators in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and other FNS nutrition assistance programs and their partners are encouraged to use the database to support their nutrition education messages.
Recipes on Food Hero – Oregon
Cooperative Extension Services
Search for recipes with a fresh new look! Good nutrition is important for health, energy, and learning. Providing healthful meals on a limited budget can be challenging. This web site will help you plan meals and prepare tasty, low-cost foods that are quick and easy.
Fact Sheet (PDF)
Soup can be part of a healthy diet. Use the ChooseMyPlate.gov to build a healthy meal. Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Nutrition Education Program is supported by the USDA Family Living Program, UW-Extension at Dunn County.
Beef Council Grilling Recipes – 3 easy steps to perfect
The delicious flavor and irresistible aroma of grilled steaks and burgers are perfect any time. Follow these simple steps and you’ll be grilling like a pro for those holiday parties or even a simple weeknight dinner!
- Turkey Basics
United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) agencies are on the scene to ensure the safety of turkey from before the “poults” are hatched until they’re ready for your table.
for the Holidays
This web site, provided by the University of Illinois Extension, provides information on cooking techniques, side dishes, what to do with leftovers, turkey carving, links, and much more.
American Diabetes Association web site features articles and recipes appropriate for use by persons with diabetes or those just interested in healthful foods. THE WEBB COOKS articles by Robyn Webb, MS, LN, a nationally known cooking school instructor, nutrition educator, and cookbook author.
Foods Council – Grains Nutrition Information Center
Your source for news and tips on how and why to enjoy more grain foods for better health.
This is the official web site for Williams-Sonoma. Included is an online shop, gift registry, recipes, and more.
- Williams-Sonoma – Recipe Home – Recipes from the Williams-Sonoma web site.
This site has recipes for breads around the world, definitions of various types of breads. The dictionary is searchable on food topics A–Z.
5 A Day
This web site emphasizes the need to eat at least 5 servings a day of vegetables and fruits.
- Food and Space
- Living in space and space foods
Preparation varies with the food type. Some foods can be eaten in their natural form, such as brownies and fruit. Other foods require adding water…
- First Foods in Space
Space Food Sticks are a living monument to golden years of the Space Age. In the formative years of space travel, food represented a major hurdle for NASA technicians. Keeping it fresh, tasty and safe was tricky business.
- Kennedy Space Center Gift Shop – Space
Food of the Future
Buy astronaut ice cream and food right here at The Space Shop! Ever want to dine like an astronaut? Astronaut Ice Cream is the perfect gift for your next corporate party, astronomy club meeting, astronaut reunion, or other social get-together.
Edge – Space Food Cook-off
NASA EDGE Corespondant, Franklin, presides over NASA EDGE’s Space Food Cookoff. Could Chris and Blair have a surprise recipe up their sleeves?
- NASA Fact Sheets:
Space Food (PDF)
Many people ask NASA about what and how the astronauts eat aboard the space shuttle and the space station. The foods they eat are not provided in tubes and they are neither bland nor unsavory. Food systems and menu items have evolved tremendously since the days of the Mercury Program. Here’s a look at how food systems and menu items have evolved, what and how astronauts in space eat now and what future voyagers may eat.
Food Technology – Incredible Edibles From Space (PDF)
Dining in space takes culinary art to new heights in orbit and on Earth. With the zest of space technology, astronauts today are able to take in a variety of tastes and textures that please their palates and satisfy their stomachs while orbiting hundreds of miles from home.
How do you feed a crew of six astronauts on an 80-million-mile, three-year mission to Mars, where there are no grocery stores, gardens, farms, fertile soil or resupply vehicle?
- Food for Flight
The food that NASA’s early astronauts had to eat in space is a testament to their fortitude. John Glenn, America’s first man to eat anything in the near-weightless environment of Earth orbit, found the task of eating fairly easy, but found the menu to be limited…
- Living in space and space foods
Online – Buyer’s Guide
This site featuring commercial equipment and buying or packaging food in a commercial surrounding. Available are free newsletters and trade publications.
This site, maintained by Ann Hertzler, Extension Specialist, Human Nutrition, the Virginia Cooperative Extension, Virginia State University, contains the history and much information about herbs and spices.
- Hershey Foods Corporation
Web site includes information about Hershey foods and recipes using the Hershey product. Gives some history about chocolate and an explanation about the different types of chocolate.
- Home and Family Network
This web site contains comprehensive food information on all types of recipes, and food-related information available on the internet.
search: pecan pie recipes
This web site features various recipes using pecans, including pecan pie recipes.
The CannyLink.com web site provides links to a list of several spice companies around the world.
- Spices, Etc.
This web site provides hints on how to use spices to enhance cuisine. It also provides hints on reducing sodium in your meals and use spices instead.
- The Ultimate Caramel
Chocolate Pecan Pie
This web site features Chocolate caramel pecan pie similar to one served in Ireland.
- RecipeLand.com – A searchable recipe site.
- Eleanor’s (Czech) Kitchen
This is a web site on Czech cooking, recipes, and stories, etc.
- Flying Noodle
Are you looking for gourmet food, pastas and sauces from Italy and America or a great food gift? Take a look at this web site.
Love Pasta – Shapes Library
The National Pasta Association web site provides information on various pasta shapes, what food would be good with each pasta shape, what types of sauces would be good with what shape and other information for pasta lovers.
- International Gourmet World of Cheese Club
This web site includes recipes using cheese, imported cheeses, gourmet food, and shopping for cheese.
Search for traditional French crepes, baguettes, breads, dinners, desserts, French toast, French onion soup, and more.
Find traditional Irish recipes for beverages, breads, desserts, dinners, scones, and vegetables at allrecipes.com website.
- Le Fruitier
An alternative web site for finding those hard to secure items for your favorite French recipes. Selection of gourmet products of the soil, quality and traditional food from famous grocery in Provence of Avignon in France located in the area between the sea and mountains. Gourmet foods such as truffles, foie gras, extra virgin olive and flavored oils, appetizers for aperitif, can be purchased from this web site.
- Welcome to Epicurious
This web site features wine, gourmet recipes, around the world in 80 dishes, plus links to other food sites.
The Kitchen Link is a comprehensive, organized listing of recipes and food-related information available on the Net.
Monthly Ranch: Marketplace: Shopping
This site was created for the Texas Monthly Magazine for anything “Texas”, includes clothes, food, sites, etc.
- FATFREE: The Low Fat Vegetarian Archive
Fat-free recipes are featured at this web site.
- FNIC (Food & Nutrition Information Center) – Vegetarian
Many vegetarian links, general information, vegetarian nutrition for kids, resources, diets and recipes.
The Amherst College Vegetarian Interest Group
The primary goal of this site is to educate the community around about the personal and global impact of dietary choices. They encourage people to be more conscious about their eating habits, and to make informed decisions about what to consume.
- The Vegetarian Food Pyramid – This web site shows the adaptation of the U.S.D.A. Food Guide Pyramid emphasizing the vegetarian diet.
- Vegetarian Diets: Position of
the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
This PubMed article 19562864 is indexed for Medline and provides overview of research on vegetarian and vegan issues with information on planning well for all life stages including pregnancy, lactation and athletes.
Last updated: 28 June, 2012
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