Jul 12, 2021
With many of our favorite restaurants closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we dusted off seldom-used cookbooks, rediscovered family recipes and searched the Internet for new recipes. While recipes can be fun, K-State Research and Extension northeast area family and consumer sciences specialist Sharolyn Jackson says they’re really a science. As we cook at home more often, she says to think about choosing healthy recipes or adapting existing recipes to make them healthier.
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