3 Reasons to Be Happy About Dairy Farms

It’s time for a Happy dance to celebrate the fact that more and more Americans have a genuine interest in strengthening the connection between the farmer and the consumer.  Since the recent return of locally sourced produce as a phenomenon, farm to table stories are becoming popular! These stories […]

Fuel up for the World Cup

The World Cup is here!  After years of training, qualification, matches and eliminations, soccer players from 32 different nations are ready to compete for the world championship.  So how do these athletes prepare to play for the biggest games of their lives?  Breakfast!   And not just any breakfast-   US […]

Celebrate Your Health During June Dairy Month

By: Lanier Dabruzzi, MS, RD, LD
This month is celebrated as June Dairy Month across the United States and here in the Southeast, we take the time to honor our dairy farmers, who work tirelessly to provide nutritious milk, yogurt & cheese.

As a Registered Dietitian, I particularly love this month […]

Sunday Brunch: Asparagus and Tomato Frittata

“Brunch” is a combination of breakfast and lunch eaten usually during the late morning.   Brunch originated in England in the late 1800s and is a popular spring party idea in the Deep South.  With Father’s Day is just around the corner, what better way to honor Dad than with […]

Top 3 Uses for Milk Before it Expires

Is there anything worse? You have a gallon of milk in the fridge, half empty, and it’s quickly reaching its use-by date. Not to worry- you won’t have to throw it out. Here are 3 of my favorite ways to use  milk before it goes bad:

Marinade

Believe it or not, […]