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Gnocchi with tomato sauce

April 12, 2016 By Wendy Monro Claud and I love gnocchi. Gnocchi is like a potato dumpling. It is made with potato, egg and flour. It can have cheese and herbs added into the mixture as well. more »»

A Saladicious Start to Spring

April 12, 2016 Spring has sprung! Start the season out right by eating fruits and vegetables in some delicious salads. more »»

Quinoa Salad With Citrus Dressing

April 5, 2016 By Wendy Monro I really enjoy watching the enthusiasm young people are having with this presidential election. more »»

Hy-Vee’s One Step Program Gives Back

April 5, 2016 By Laura Schmidt RD, LD As part of Hy-Vee’s mission to make lives easier, healthier and happier, health and wellness has long been a focus of our efforts. more »»

Green Chile Mac and Cheese

March 29, 2016 By Wendy Monro A while ago, I went to Trader Joe’s. They have the best frozen mac and cheese. It is so creamy and delicious. more »»

Mindful Eating

March 29, 2016 By Laura Schmidt RD, LD What does it mean to eat mindfully? Mindful eating means paying attention to your actual eating experience – while at the same time enjoying it. more »»

Mexican Pineapple

March 22, 2016 It’s picnic time again. The weather is getting amazing around here and that always calls for a good picnic and lots of fun in the sun. My mom and Doug came out for the weekend from California. more »»

Dressed Up Salami

March 15, 2016 A few days ago, my cousin Alex asked it I would like to join him at a chef’s tasting dinner. I said yes. I didn’t ask the name of the restaurant or the type of food. more »»

National Nutrition Month – Make it a St. Patrick’s Day tradition

March 15, 2016 When you think of St. Patrick’s Day you likely think of Ireland, wearing green clothes, shamrocks, and corned beef and cabbage. Did you know that St. more »»

Sole with fennel

March 8, 2016 We are successfully continuing our Sunday Family Day tradition. Each week, we take turns deciding what to do. So far, it has revolved around food. This week was no different. It was Jack’s turn. more »»

Time for registered dietitians to shine!

March 8, 2016 “What do you do?” As a registered dietitian (RD) working for Hy-Vee grocery store, I have been asked this question more than onc. more »»

Fondue

March 1, 2016 It has been a beautiful week. The sun has been shining and I am considering changing from boots to sandals. It may seem strange but I get excited whenever this footwear change occur. more »»

Fat Basics 101

March 1, 2016 For years, we have heard to eat low-fat or fat-free foods. more »»

Bison with Mushroom Sauce

February 23, 2016 As our children are getting older, I have been feeling like we are drifting apart a little. Thus is the plight of the stay at home mother who has growing children. more »»

Sliders make great party food

February 9, 2016 We decided to keep it simple for the Super Bowl this year. At first, we thought we would head out to a ba. more »»

Real Ramen

February 2, 2016 My daughter and I have had an obsession with ramen for a long time now. Before I learned more, I thought of ramen as the cheap soup that kept me alive during my college years. more »»

Oven Braised Duck Legs

January 26, 2016 I have wanted to adopt a cat for some time now. Claud kept telling me no. We have two dogs, two turtles, several fish, and a parrot. So, I knew it was a bit crazy to want another pet. more »»

Croque Provencal

January 19, 2016 It’s my birthday week. I am 45 years old now. It sounds weird to say it out loud (or to write it). As the words leave my lips, it feels like I am speaking a foreign languag. more »»

Pan-seared scallops

January 5, 2016 During our trip to England, we decided to take a little three-day side trip to Paris. At the last minute, I invited my good friend, Sage’s, two kids. This meant we were a party of eigh. more »»

Orange Tuna Ceviche

December 29, 2015 I am writing this as we drive through the French countryside. There are huge windmills to my left and green fields to my right. I just looked at Claud and said, “This could be the Midwest”. He agreed. more »»

 
 
 

 

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