Resident Dietitian Jodi Balis talks dry goods strategy and cornmeal bakes.
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Summer is a time when fresh juicy tomatoes and basil beg to sing together in your mouth.
The Feds Feed Families Kick-off event featured two delicious bean recipes prepared by National Institutes of Health Executive Chef Robert Hedetniemi.
Wrapping a combination of ingredients into a corn tortilla can make any meal creative, fun, portable and affordable.
Calling all protein! Healthy Eating on a Budget is an invitation for less expensive forms of protein to rise up and be stars on the plate.
Time, location, lifestyle, and economics make our food landscape dynamic and ever changing. It is this changing food landscape that can provide new ideas when finding ways to Eat Healthy on a Budget.
Jodi Balis is Capital Area Food Bank’s Resident Dietitian. Follow her on Twitter at @TheRedLentil Reston Interfaith, one of the Capital Area Food Bank’s partner agencies in Virginia, initiated a community wide recipe contest among clients who use their services. This recipe, Quinoa with Fruit, is the winner of the contest. Contenders included Turkey Meatballs… Read more »
Jodi Balis is Capital Area Food Bank’s Resident Dietitian This week’s recipe takes one type of bean (there are thousands of varieties), the chickpea, for a spin around the block. A staple among cultures around the world, these little protein wonders pair well with a variety of spices and adapt easily to cooking methods, which… Read more »
Jodi Balis is Capital Area Food Bank’s Resident Dietitian What makes Eating Healthy on a Budget fun? Recreating and evolving your favorite recipes! The strategy: Start with food you know and like, and then tweak to incorporate whole grains, fruits and veggies, and protein to round out your plate. Take pizza for example. A food… Read more »
Jodi Balis is Capital Area Food Bank’s Resident Dietitian Some healthy and tasty eats are cooking up in the Food Bank Virtual Kitchen! This week, Volunteer Chef, Danielle Turner of Cooking Clarified cooked up a Sweet Potato, Apple, Onion Hash at the Top Shelf Training, to show partner agencies healthy and economical ways to prepare… Read more »