Capture the essence of New Orleans by serving Cajun and Creole-themed foods for the Super Bowl.
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Wednesday, January 23
by Ian Lee, HealthCastle.com This year's Super Bowl happens in New Orleans. Most Americans may not travel all the way to the Big Easy to watch the game, but anyone can capture the essence of the region by serving Cajun and Creole-themed foods. Classic Louisiana foods tend to be heavy on fat, calories, and sodium, but some simple variations can help cut down on post-game regret. Dietitian Gloria Tsang examined five of the "best-known New Orleans food items" to create simple suggestions for lightening up the classic recipes. "Louisiana's rich food culture gives Super Bowl fans lots of options for regionally appropriate Super Bowl party foods," Tsang said in a press release. "We just tweaked them so that they work as healthier snacks while …
During his visit, McAllister will serve breakfast as a member of the Marietta Middle School nutrition staff and instruct physical education classes.
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
NFL Super Bowl Champion, Deuce McAllister will visit Marietta Middle School on Tuesday to recognize the school for its outstanding promotion and use of the Grab n’ Go Breakfast program. During his visit, McAllister will serve breakfast as a member of the Marietta Middle School nutrition staff and instruct physical education classes. “McAllister’s special appearance, along with representatives from the Southeast United Dairy Industry Association, is to congratulate MMS students on their outstanding participation in the Grab n’ Go Breakfast campaign at Marietta City Schools,” said Cindy Kanarek Culver, MCS Director of School Nutrition, said in a press release. “He will also film a promotional video that will focus on the importance of …