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Spring Salads

As the days grow longer and the temperature warms, it’s time to say goodbye to winter stews and soups, and say hello to spring salads! Salads are an easy and delicious add to any menu, whether it’s for a simple night at home or hosting family and friends. They allow for lots of creativity by pairing different lettuces with a…
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Win the March Madness of Nutrition

With March Madness starting this week - up your nutrition game by using Libby’s® Canned Fruit and Vegetables ! It just may be the secret ingredient to a winning dish! Whether you are a basketball player or fan, you need to be energized to get you through this month of madness ! Fill up your plate with nutritious fruits and…
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St. Patrick's Day Greens!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Let’s get ready to celebrate the Irish and paint the town green! Did you know the Irish are known for their veggies?! So, in addition to dressing in green this year, why not plan a green-themed spread full of delicious green veggies! The pot is plentiful when it comes to green-themed recipes – all perfect to…
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National Nutrition Month®

By: Catherine Sebastian, MS, RD, CDN The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics dubs March as National Nutrition Month® - hooray! The goal of this month is to help people focus on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. First let’s get in the right mindset. Remember you need to eat right for…
Haylie Duff Shares Tips on Comfort Cooking During the Winter Months
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Haylie Duff Shares Tips on Comfort Cooking During the Winter Months

Winter has arrived – the days are shorter, the temperature has cooled, and warm comfort foods are on the menu. From soups to casseroles, there is an endless list of delicious recipes packed with flavorful ingredients to keep you cozy and satisfied this season. A slow cooker is a winter cooking must-have. Not only can you set it and forget…