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Celebrating Women Chefs: Jennifer Iserloh

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Celebrate Women Chefs with a Q & A with Skinny Chef Jennifer Iserloh. What made her want to become a chef? How can young female chefs gain a competitive edge? Get her answers here.

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Happy Mother’s Day—From a Farm Mom

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For Cindy Belch; farm mom, wife, former chairman of the National Peanut Board and the Board’s current North Carolina delegate, the phrase “working mother” is the only thing she has ever known. “Farm wives and mothers have a wonderful chance to instill strong values in their kids on a daily basis,” says Cindy.

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Celiac Awareness Month Q&A with Amy Macklin: Celiac and Your Child

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May is recognized as Celiac Awareness Month. Last year Alysa Bajenaru shared how she’s overcome the challenges of an adult diagnosis. As we take a deeper look at Celiac, we thought it would be helpful to learn how parents can help young children manage a Celiac diagnosis from Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Amy Macklin. Peanuts and peanut butter can be a good part of a gluten-free eating plan for both kids and adults.

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Vintage Peanut Recipe: Pea and Peanut Salad with Tomato Aspic

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The next stop on our series of vintage peanut recipes brings us to the venerable world of aspics. One of my colleagues shared this recipe for Pea and Peanut Salad with Tomato Aspic, and I jumped at the opportunity to make it.

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4 Restaurant Salads to Try (or Make) for National Salad Month

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We don’t just love peanuts at home. We also love to enjoy them while dining out. Restaurants across the country are using peanuts in unique ways from appetizers to entrees and desserts. In honor of National Salad Month, we’re highlighting several interesting restaurant sightings of salads with peanuts.

Not near one of the locations? No problem. We’ll help you out by providing links to recipes to make your own at home.

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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Four Recipes

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Four ways to Celebrate Cinco De Mayo with Peanuts

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5 Smart Snack Ideas to get you through Finals

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Whether you are preparing for your college finals or high school graduation test, we’ve rounded up five smart snacking suggestions to get you through your week of exams. Peanuts are a perfect part of your snack because they have seven grams of powerful protein per serving. 1. Kale has been a popular vegetable getting a […]

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Raising Active, Healthy Kids: Q&A with Sports Dietitian Theresa Dvorak

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In honor of Healthy Kids Day, registered dietitian Theresa Dvorak, MS, CD, CSSD, ATC, is sharing some tips for child nutrition and health. Theresa works with young people and elite-level athletes to reach their top performance and to gain valuable healthy lifestyle skills. She teaches nutrition at the University of Utah and leads BEST Youth and Adult Sport Nutrition workshops at Intermountain’s The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital (TOSH) in Murray, Utah. In the hands-on Athletes’ Kitchen at TOSH, Theresa’s youth workshops often include topics such as making homemade sport drink, travel packs, or recovery smoothies.

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Vintage Peanut Recipes: Orange Peanut Salad

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We recently stumbled upon this blog, Mid Century Menu that taste tests vintage recipes and it inspired our staff to start a new series highlighting retro peanut recipes.During our research, we found that several magazine ads from as early as the 1900s contained recipes with peanuts. So to kick off our series, I’m sharing this […]

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Celebrating Women Chefs: Laura Werlin: “Come to your work from a place of authenticity, then you can succeed”

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Did you know that just 20 percent of chefs and head cooks are women, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics? Women are poised to bring a unique perspective to the professional culinary scene and we thought it would be interesting to interview some top female chefs. In a three part series we will highlight their experiences thus far.

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