Day: May 1, 2021

Cajun Cook-Off

May 1, 2021

It’s time to turn up the heat and get excited for the Cajun Cook-Off at Home! Learn how to make classic red beans & rice with Soulard legend Johnny Daus and watch celebrity chefs Mike Johnson, John Messbarger and Jack MacMurray create creole masterpieces in the First Bank kitchen. We will also be giving away […]

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Питание для набора мышечной массы и роста мышц . Как набрать вес худому дрыщу?

May 1, 2021

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How To Start Lower-Carb Kids

May 1, 2021

Learn how to start a low-carb diet with weekly tips and LIVE Q&A session. Get your FREE low-carb 5-day meal plan & shopping list ______________________________________________ How To Start Low-Carb – resources and guides FREE Support Group Low-Carb and Keto Recipes Low-Carb FAQ 4-Week Quickstart Course ______________________________________________ Follow me on: source

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Seasonal Eating Patterns for a Healthy Heart

May 1, 2021

NYU Langone registered dietitian Melissa Alazraki, RDN, and NYU Langone cardiologist Dennis Goodman share the nutritional and cost benefits of incorporating seasonal produce into meal planning. Our experts share the best dietary eating pattern to support cardiovascular health and share practical tips for implementing dietary changes. Learn more about Melissa Alazraki: Learn more about NYU […]

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How Foods Tasted in the Early Modern Period and How They Taste Now

May 1, 2021

22-05-12 School of Advanced Study ST Lee Visiting Professorial Fellow Lecture: Changing Tastes: How Foods Tasted in the Early Modern Period and How They Taste Now Speaker: Professor Steven Shapin, ST Lee Visiting Professorial Fellow, 2011/12, Franklin L. Ford Professor of the History of Science, Harvard University In dietetic and natural philosophical frameworks of the […]

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