Notes for the Road: Walk Georgia Blog

Recipe: Winter Crisp

We have a feeling this recipe will hit the spot for most our readers. On a week with projected snow, a warm treat is just the thing to keep our spirits up. We like this dessert because it’s low in fat and contains ingredients that sweeten the treat without hiking…
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Recipe: White Chili

Chicken and White Bean Chili

This white chili recipe is the perfect way to warm up a cold, rainy winter day. It uses chicken, which is Georgia’s largest agricultural commodity, with a $4.4 billion dollar value. Ingredients  Yield: 10 servings 4 cups white beans (cooked, see recipe) 1 tbsp oil oil 2 red peppers, chopped…
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Recipe: Spaghetti Squash with Parmesan Cheese

If you have never eaten winter squash, they are in season right now! Don’t miss a delicious and nutritious treat. Winter squash differs from summer squash because it has a thicker skin and seeds that are removed before it is eaten. Keep squash in a cool, dry place on a thick pad of newspaper. Refrigerators…
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Recipe: Seasonal Apple Salad

For this delectable and simple seasonal salad, combine diced apples and celery with raisins and nuts. Add dressing and enjoy! Ingredients 2 cups apple (diced) 1 cup celery (diced) 1/2 cup raisins 1/2 cup nuts 2 tablespoons lite mayonnaise-type dressing (or mayonnaise) 1/16 cup orange juice (1 Tablespoon) Directions 1. Mix orange juice with salad dressing…
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Beware of the Health Halo

By Jordan Lord BS, BSFCS and Alison Berg, PhD, RDN, LD Have you ever accepted that second slice of pie because it was “low carb” or “fat free?” Maybe you ate a whole sleeve of cookies, but weren’t that worried about it because they were labeled “organic.” This phenomenon, known…
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Recipe: Avocado Toast

Avocado Toast

We just posted this recipe in June, but our family loves it so much we’ve had it several times. Even for dinner! It is easy to substitute whatever fresh items you have on hand. We use goat cheese instead of ricotta, which adds a few calories (but, it’s worth it!)….
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Recipe: Fruit Kabobs

Fruit Kabobs

Fruit kabobs make a colorful and fun snack that kids can help prepare. Ingredients 1 cup watermelon (chunks) 1 cup pineapple (chunks) 1 cup grapes, red seedless 1 cup strawberries (stemmed) 2 kiwi (peeled and cut in quarters) bamboo skewers 1 cup yogurt, light strawberry Directions 1. Place fruit chunks on bamboo skewers. Place fruit kabobs…
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