Archive for September, 2013

Sep 28 2013

Easy Hamburg Soup

Fall is the perfect time for soup. Here is a recipe from my mother’s recipe file. Do not skimp on the peppercorns or replace them with ground pepper, they impart the perfect amount of flavor . In  our house we say the one who bites into a whole peppercorn will have good luck. I have [...]

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Sep 18 2013

How to Minimize exposure to Antibiotics in Meat

  The recent report  from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention underscores that drug-resistant hazards in the nation’s food supply pose a serious threat to public health. The report has generated an interest in reducing antibiotic ingestion in meat. In the United States, 74% of antibiotics considered critically or highly important by the World Health [...]

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Sep 16 2013

What Should I Feed my 12 Month Old Baby

Portions are small in the first year of life.  The foods they are learning to eat now should be varied and include a source of the important nutrient iron. Iron sources include iron-fortified bread and cereal, beef, chicken, fish and beans.There are no strict dietary guidelines for babies as there are for older children. It [...]

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Sep 03 2013

What Type of Milk Should Toddlers Drink?

Published by under Family Meals

This is a blog about encouraging fruit and vegetable consumption, however because I work with families I get a lot of questions about feeding babies.  In the last week of  July I got two inquiries about transitioning from formula to milk so I thought I would share the information below. The reason cows milk is encouraged as a [...]

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