Try to make time for family dinners, as it keeps everyone bonded and connected. It also helps to keep up with everyday activities.
Eating breakfast helps children function better in school, feeding body and mind. It also helps the attention span and concentration level.
Summer cooking class will begin June 20-22 at Trinity Methodist from 9-12.This class will teach students kitchen safety and how to prepare foods. Cost is $30.
During the holiday seasons, keep your family safe from illness by using simple steps of keeping foods clean and free from bacteria.
Zucchini can be prepared in a variety of ways. It needs to be picked before it grows too big to keep it tender. Proper storage is the key to quality produce.
This delicious dessert recipe is done in the crock pot!
Family and Comsumer Science agent Cathy Judd shares recipes to help you prepare home cooked meals.
The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture