Tacos | foodsciencenerd.com

Taco Tuesday!

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This month’s Recipe Redux challenge was a fun one- it’s Tuesday, so we’re making tacos!  Tacos are a great way to add lots of vegetables (and even fruits) to your diet in a family-friendly, time-friendly manner.  While you could go in pretty much any direction with this challenge, I decided to draw inspiration from the […]

Turkey Chili | foodsciencenerd.com

Turkey Chili and Easy Fried Rice (Two dinners for the prep of one!)

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This is an oldie-but-goodie post that I revamped with new pictures and slight recipe updates.  The turkey chili in particular is perfect for cold winter weeknights! Today marks the start of National Nutrition Month and the theme is “Bite into a Healthy Lifestyle”, so I’m breaking from my usual homework-gym-lab-class-lab-homework-dinner-homework routine to write a post containing […]

Weeknight Quiche | foodsciencenerd.com

Weeknight Quiche

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Breakfast for dinner is really fun, right?  But, sometimes that leads to eating less-than-healthy choices like pancakes and bacon more than once a day, and that’s no good.  Next time you want to do breakfast for dinner, why not also make it a healthy, simple, dumping ground for all those leftovers in your fridge with […]

Plant protein bowls | foodsciencenerd.com

Jack-O’-Lantern Plant Protein Bowls

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This month’s Recipe Redux (see links below) theme is Plant-based Protein Bowls.  If you’ve stepped in to a Starbucks, Panera, or even a grocery store, you’ve almost certainly seen these pre-packaged containers full of things like whole grains, quinoa, lentils, beans, and other vegetables with the occasional cheese or egg topping labeled “protein bowls,” and […]