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Recipe: Pheasant Wraps Food

12-year-old Colton Seamands shares his favorite recipes, one of which include Pheasant Wraps. Check out Grammy’s Apple Pie here. Pheasant Wraps Wraps • 2 Pheasant breasts filleted in half then quartered. Marinate overnight in teriyaki sauce (below), either store-bought or homemade. • 4 Jalapeño peppers cut in half and seeded • 4 oz Cream cheese • 1 Minced onion • 8 Strips of hickory smoked bacon Mix cream cheese with minced onion. Fill each half of pepper with the cream-cheese mixture. Wrap piece of pheasant around filled pepper. Wrap pheasant tightly with strip of bacon. Secure with toothpick if necessary. … Read More >>

5 Useful Tips to Reduce Waste Articles,Food

5 Useful Tips to Reduce Waste Clay Dykstra, general manager of the locally-owned Good Earth Natural Foods in Spearfish, is passionate about using food wisely and offered some tips and common sense guidelines to keep food out of the landfill. Cook your own meals, he said, experiment with food and have fun. “Effort in it means you’ll use the leftovers more wisely. Not only is it a time saver to eat leftovers, it’s also a money saver because you’re not cooking for just tonight, but tomorrow’s lunch.” Clay said much of the nation’s food waste is at the retail level,… Read More >>

Clean Eating Articles,Food,Health

A Fool-proof Guide for Beginners Eating clean may seem like some new buzzword, but the idea has really been around for quite a while. Clean eating means filling your plate with better choices and learning to moderate the not-so-good stuff. Here are some quick tips to help you eat cleaner, healthier meals.   Bump Up the Veggies Yeah, you’ve probably heard this one over and over again, but it’s important! Vegetables are low in calories and packed with fiber, vitamins, and minerals that help keep your waistline in check, your heart healthy, and your bones strong. Toss in some spinach… Read More >>

Deciding What’s On the Dinner Menu Articles,Food

A healthy dinner involves more than a piece of meat and something to wash it down with. To build a menu, begin with the main course. From there, fill in with different kinds of side dishes (starches, vegetables, and salads), and then wrap up with a dessert. Planning a top-notch meal is as easy as 1-2-3 with the pointers from the book 7-Day Menu Planner for Dummies by Susan Nicholson. All you need to do is follow this formula: 1. Start with the entrée: Entrées come in two forms: combination dishes that combine a protein with a starch or vegetable (like… Read More >>

Happiest Kid in the Cafeteria Articles,Child,Food,Life

Heading back to school means parents all around will recommit themselves to packing nutritious, delicious school lunches their kids will love to eat.   Eating meals together at home is important for families, but don’t underestimate the importance of the meal you send to school with your child each day. In the same way that it is important to sit down and break bread with our family, kids sit down at school and do the same with peers of their choosing. A positive experience eating lunch at school begins with a positive experience opening up that lunch box and finding… Read More >>