In an effort to help families coping with the overwhelming situation of raising a child with ASD or other special dietary needs, accomplished chef, Jimi Taylor, in partnership with, Generation Rescue, is making a difference with a new Gluten-Free iOS App – “Chef Jimi’s – Cooking with a Cause.”
Seven years ago Chef Jimi’s son, Aiden, was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by social impairments, cognitive impairments, communication difficulties and repetitive behaviors. Statistics from the CDC identify around 1 in 88 American children as being on the Autism Spectrum, a 78% increase in the last decade.
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Texoma Vintage -
Classic Car Club Show at Denison, Texas, with photos by Sheriff Terry
Box, Carla Freelen Burnett and Kerry Ferguson. Video slideshow by Brian
Bearden for Terry Box and prize-winning Purplelicious, which received a
Best of Class award at Denison. Brian Burnett's car also earned Best of
Class. The 41st-annual show was a benefit for Meals on Wheels of Texoma
and the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA).
When it comes to bringing the best ingredients together to make memories around America’s tables, Hellmann’s has some experience – 100 years of experience to be exact. Nearly a century ago, regulars in a New York City deli discovered a new condiment that made their club sandwiches even more delicious – just one bite and they were hooked. The secret ingredient was deli owner, Richard Hellmann’s, family recipe for mayonnaise, which would grow to be one of America’s most enduring and iconic food brands – Hellmann’s Mayonnaise.
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With such hectic schedules, even the most together families can get frazzled. What’s a busy family to do in order to keep their cool? Award winning health, nutrition and lifestyle expert Sharon Liao is here to help! She is available to provide helpful tips to help families stay organized and on top of their hectic schedules, especially when it comes to meal times. Sharon is ready to discuss everything from time management and juggling family time around hectic schedules, to tips on being efficient during meal times and how all families can stay on the right nutrition and fitness track.
In celebration of National Breakfast Week, Kellogg’s® is making a difference by sharing breakfast with children in need. Moms and dads know that breakfast is essential to giving kids the start they need to help unlock their potential. But not every child gets this important start to their day. In fact, nearly one in five children across the U.S. goes without breakfast every day.1 That’s why Kellogg’s, and their in-school breakfast partner Action For Healthy Kids®, have partnered with Taye Diggs for the third annual Share Breakfast™ program. Together, they are making it easy for families to help share one2 million breakfasts with kids who might otherwise go without.
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Tour operator Apple Vacations and Camino Real Zaashila Huatulco announced a new inclusive program at the Huatulco-based resort, exclusive to Apple Vacations. Now, Apple Vacationers can enjoy meals, international and domestic drinks, house wine, non-alcoholic beverages, 24-hour room service, mini-bar, snacks by the pool, kids club and all gratuities for one package price at Camino Real Zaashila.
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There are millions of recipes available on the Internet and, with just as many home cooks scouring for menu ideas this holiday season, it would be a great gift for all if helpful information was accessible in just one place. That’s why the National Pork Board is making holiday entertaining easier – and more delicious – by teaming up with top food bloggers to offer endless inspiration and showcase how pork helps “make” any party.
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For more than 85 years, kids and adults alike have enjoyed Chef Boyardee®, a brand of ConAgra Foods, from ravioli at slumber parties to Beefaroni at grandma’s house. And with last year’s introduction of recipes that feature the iconic brand as an ingredient, adults have been reliving those fun memories with meals the whole family can enjoy. Enjoying dinnertime together is only half the fun, which is why this year Chef Boyardee is celebrating the fun of families cooking together through the launch of its “The Little Chefs Project” virtual cookbook and a six-part online cook-along series.
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According to a recent MorningStar Farms® survey, 63 percent of Americans agree that backyard barbecues are the biggest temptation to stray from better-eating efforts when compared to summer dining opportunities like road trips and food festivals. This summer, MorningStar Farms is battling the allure of heavier barbecue fare with its flavorful meatless burgers and assistance from Chef Carla Hall, cohost of ABC’s “The Chew” and former “Top Chef” competitor and fan favorite.
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New research debuted at the American Diabetes Association’s 72nd Annual Scientific Session suggests eating raisins three times a day may significantly lower postprandial (post-meal) glucose levels when compared to common alternative snacks of equal caloric value. The study was conducted at the Louisville Metabolic and Atherosclerosis Center (L-MARC) by lead researcher, Harold Bays, MD, medical director and president of L-MARC.
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