Food & Nutrition

Senior Living
All about cooking for active and aging seniors.

Cooking for One - Get Organized star
Using a bit of organization, ingenuity, and enthusiasm, cooking for one or two people can be rewarding to the senior who cooks. It provides a creative outlet, a money-saving exercise, and nutritious, great tasting meals worth bragging about.

Cooking Tips and Tricks Quiz star
Cooking can seem old hat to us, but there are tips and tricks that make it easier and more fun. How many do you know? Are you a Magic Chef or a Slow Cooker? Find out, and learn a few things, to boot!

Eating the Red, White and Blue (Food) star
There are colorful foods available that can fight cancer, improve brain function, reduce the effects of common diseases and help you live longer. The fact that they're patriotic colors is a bonus!

Frugal Food Shopping star
How do you balance nutrition, budget and enjoyable meals? It’s a balancing act for sure. At times this weekly feat of stamina and imagination can be exhausting, what with tracking down the best prices and the freshest foods.

Girls at the Grill Website Review star
Grilling used to be the domain of men. Now, more and more, women are learning the secrets and joys of grilling. One website in particular is dedicated to getting Girls at the Grill. Discover tips and recipes, and enjoy chatting with other women who grill.

The Food Network star[offsite link]
Everything about cooking and recipes.

Ways to Improve Your Appetite star
Can’t think of anything you want to eat? Know that you’re not eating as much as you should? Remember, it’s extremely important to get the fuel you need every single day to keep your body and mind working well. Try these tips to get your appetite going again.

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