A new cookbook by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service’s Dinner Tonight program offers more than 100 healthy recipes as the agency launches Healthy Texas, its statewide public outreach initiative on chronic disease prevention.
Go to http://bit.ly/2mPpDYS to purchase the cookbook Essentials for $29.95.
Recipe categories in the cookbook, titled Essentials, include starters, five ingredients or less, salads, one pot-one pan, simple side vegetables, slow cooker, grilling and desserts.
About 20 AgriLife Extension family and community health agents and specialists launched the cookbook at the State Fair of Texas in October with a cooking demonstration featuring Dinner Tonight, a program to provide busy families with quick, healthy, economical and tasty recipes.
Go to https://healthytexas.tamu.edu for comprehensive programming information for the 37 counties where Healthy Texas already operates.
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