A Year of Food Fun

Looking to try new and interesting healthy foods in 2011?  Considering making at least one recipe each month starring an unfamiliar ingredient, flavor or cooking technique, and invite friends, family and co-workers to join you for a special meal.  Feature a seasonal fruit or vegetable; try a theme like “breakfast for dinner”; or, use the list of food holidays below for ideas.  Then, visit www.cookinglight.com to search for outstanding, good-for-you recipes.   Each month, in honor of these special occasions, I’ll also share recipes that are just right for quick and healthy meals and snacks.  Happy cooking!

2011 Food Holidays

January: National Soup Month, National Oatmeal Month
February:
National Cherry Month, National Grapefruit Month
March:
National Nutrition Month
April:
National Pecan Month, National Garden Month, Cranberries Month
May:
National Salad and Salsa Month
June:
National Dairy Month
July:
Blueberries, Mango and Melon Month, National Grilling Month
August:
Celery and Panini Month
September:
Great American Low Cholesterol, Low Fat Pizza Bake Month, National Mushroom Month, National Organic Harvest Month
October:
Apple Month, Eat Better/Eat Together Month, National Caramel Month, National Chili Month, National Popcorn-Popping Month
November:
National Pomegranate Month, National Peanut Butter Lover’s Month
December:
National Chocolate Day (December 28-29)

(Holidays from
www.brownielocks.com)

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