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Category: Kitchen & Cooking Basics

Cooking Video: Sage & Apple Seared Chicken Breast

Recipe: Sage & Apple Seared Chicken Breast Ingredients 1 tablespoon olive oil 4 (4 ounce) boneless, skinless chicken breasts 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt 1/8 teaspoon freshly ground white pepper 1 teaspoon white whole wheat flour 1/2 teaspoon finely minced sage 1 teaspoon minced flat-leaf parsley 1/2 cup apple cider Directions Set a 12-inch sauté pan […]

Cooking Video: Thai Chicken with Cashews

In the video above, chef Walter Dunphy prepares chicken vegetable stir-fry. Thai Chicken with Cashews Ingredients 4 cups cooked brown rice 1 red bell pepper, seeded and chopped into 1 inch pieces 3 green onions, cut diagonally into 1/2 inch pieces potatoes, peeled and chopped (reserve half for garnish) 2 cups bok choy, roughly chopped […]

Simple Seared Salmon

Cooking fish doesn’t have to be complicated, this week we quickly pan seared it, but you can also bake, broil or grill any sort of fish.  Regardless of how you make it, including fish in your weekly dinner schedule can help add variety and delicious health benefits to your diet! Simple Pan Seared Salmon Makes […]

Meal Planning 1+2+3

Looking to eat more healthfully? With a simple meal planning approach, eating right can become easier.  Once you understand basic nutrients and how your body responds to them, you can plan what you eat based on when you’ll eat next. Let’s say you have a 3-hour lab each week. Last week, you had a Sargent […]

Getting your seafood fill without breaking the (ocean) bank

By Nicole St. Louis, Senior Nutrition & Health Major, Sargent College Seafood is a great way to get in your protein, healthy omega-3 fats, vitamins and minerals. Millions of people depend on it as their primary source of food. But, as many species increase in demand including salmon and tuna and fisheries get overwhelmed, there is […]

Trick or Treat? Making Sense of the Nutrition Facts Label for Processed Foods

By Nicole St. Louis, Senior Nutrition & Health Major, Sargent College  When you walk into the grocery store, it is very easy to get overwhelmed by all of the options, whether it be in canned foods, pasta, sauces, dairy . . . the list goes on. Halloween is coming, and with that comes the endless aisles […]