Category Archives: Intern Posts

Emily’s Post: Veggie Up Dinner

One of my more recent obsessions is spaghetti squash.  Spaghetti squash is a pale yellow winter squash that resembles the appearance of spaghetti on the inside.  It is a great way to incorporate another vegetable into your meal, and is a great substitute for spaghetti and pasta.  If you are trying to reduce your intake […]

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Veronique’s Post: the Bees Knees

As the warmer weather hits and the snow starts to melt (hopefully), new varieties of fruits and vegetables are coming to the market. One product that has stayed constant throughout these seasons is: honey! Honey can be found throughout our farmers markets and New Hampshire. Honey is a staple food item for NH residents, and it is easy to understand why […]

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Chloe’s Post: The Spaghetti Experiment

One of the major benefits to eating local foods is that they are extremely fresh and taste better. In order to confirm this, I conducted a little experiment with my family members as the research subjects. For dinner one night, I prepared two dishes of spaghetti with red sauce. The difference between the two was that one […]

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