Turkey Talk

Posted on November 12, 2018 by Amy Bollam

Turkey Talk

No need to rinse that turkey before Thanksgiving - washing raw meat and poultry can cause bacteria to spread up to three feet away. Cooking to the right temperature kills any bacteria that may be present, so washing meat and poultry is not necessary.

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Posted in Activities, Food, Menu, Nutrition, Sanitation

Feeling Forgetful?

Posted on March 28, 2018 by Rachel Frichtl

This week have you misplaced your keys? Left your jacket at work? Forgot to pick up bread at the grocery store? Occasions such as these leave us feeling forgetful.

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Posted in Dietitian, Food, Nutrition

The Making of a Dietitian

Posted on March 14, 2018 by Rachel Frichtl

Dietitians can be found working in many different settings from healthcare to grocery stores. Have you ever wondered what all a dietitian can actually do or how one becomes a dietitian? 

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Posted in Dietitian, Dining Service, Nutrition

Food Allergies and Intolerances

Posted on January 23, 2018 by Amy Bollam

Food Allergies

Did you know in the United States, as many as 15 million people have food allergies?

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Posted in Continuing Education, Dining Service, Food, Menu, Nutrition

Pop Up Activities

Posted on February 07, 2017 by Amy Reaman

Bring the kitchen to your residents: consider showing off your talents too – cooking demonstrations with the residents can make meal times more interactive and exciting.

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Posted in Activities, Food, Long Term Care, Nutrition, Residents

Diet is a bad word

Posted on December 30, 2016 by Amy Reaman

Dietary or Dining

Why does our industry continue to call food service “Dietary”?

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Posted in Culture Change, Dining Service, Food, Long Term Care, Nutrition, Residents

What’s For Lunch?

Posted on July 11, 2016 by Carol Sapp

Registered Dietitian Blog

Offering foodservice to employees is mutually beneficial for both the foodservice department and the employee.

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Posted in Finance, Nutrition