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Guest bloggers from around the world share with Food & Nutrition Magazine.

Chicken Sandwich with Sun-dried Tomato Mayo & Pesto

Chicken Sandwich with Sun-dried Tomato Mayo & Pesto is a simple, healthy, no-cooking-involved meal that can be on the table in no time.

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Heirloom Tomato Salad

This simple heirloom tomato salad is a celebration of the simplicity of fresh tomatoes.

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Lemony Arugula Pizza

This lemony arugula pizza is a flavorful, crisp and fresh version of pizza.

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8 Healthy Snacks to Prepare with Kids

Encourage healthy eating by letting kids help prepare nutritious snacks.

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Whole-Wheat Penne with Asparagus & Sun-Dried Tomatoes

This asparagus and sun-dried tomato pasta recipe is light, but amazingly filling.

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Green Bean and Corn Salad

This recipe uses delicious fresh green beans and corn. Cook until crisp-tender then toss with fresh tarragon and sherry vinaigrette.

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Apple Cinnamon Whole-Wheat Waffles

Waffles made with fresh apples, applesauce and ground cinnamon. It’s like eating a warm apple pie for breakfast!

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Thai Salad Bowl with Curried Peanut Dressing

This thai salad bowl is a fresh and filling salad loaded with crunchy vegetables and hearty quinoa, tossed with a spicy green curry and peanut salad dressing.

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5 Tips for Making Healthy Choices in the College Dining Hall

For new college students, an all-you-can-eat dining hall and new freedom can lead to poor choices and loss of healthy habits. Here are five tips for making better choices in the university dining hall.

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A Taste of Childhood in Homemade Graham Crackers

Graham crackers are often dismissed as plain and simple. But plain and simple doesn't automatically mean boring. Quite the contrary, if you ask me, and there is perhaps no food that better epitomizes my childhood.

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Exercise: Quality vs. Quantity?

High intensity interval training burns a ton of calories, but it also puts high stress on joints and muscles. Are our exercise priorities out of whack?

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Soba Noodle Salad

Who wants to cook when it's so hot, much less eat a hot dish? Instead, I like to make this chilled-out, one-dish Soba Noodle Salad.

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7 Tips for New RDNs Looking for a First Job

For new RDNs who are still looking for that first dietetics job, here are seven tips to help increase your marketability and visibility.

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The Hubbub about Peach-Rhubarb Crisp

Ever wonder what to do with rhubarb — that rosy, celery-like vegetable spotted at farmers markets? It's often paired with strawberries in early summer, but rhubarb also goes well with the peaches of August.

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Add Worth to Your Networking Event

If attending a networking event makes you nervous, fear not! Networking doesn’t have to be daunting — it can be fun and rewarding.

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Fresh Salmon Ceviche with Cucumbers and Radishes

Tender salmon is paired with crunchy cucumbers and radishes in a zesty citrus marinade to make a ceviche that is easy to prepare and looks gourmet.

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5 Tips to Master Your Social Media Presence

Though it can feel like drinking from a fire hydrant, social media is an essential part of business today. Use it to protect and define your personal brand, build and market your business, and stay current. Not to mention, it can be really fun!

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3 Healthy Food Innovations that Will Change the Way We Eat

Beyond the latest diet trends, superfoods, nutrition science and policy, here are three trends shaking up the nutrition world right now.

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Broccoli is Super!

It's the quintessential vegetable, and you probably either love it or hate it. But what you may not know is that broccoli is a nutritional star.

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Cooking for One or Two: How to Save Time and Money

What do you do with recipes for four or six when you're a household of just one or two? Here are three tips for cooking for fewer people.

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3 Tips to Rejuvenate Your Blogging Motivation

After two years of not writing or engaging on social media, I've decided to start blogging again. I asked myself these three questions to get back on track.

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Hit the Road! 3 Delicious Road Trip Tips

August is time for tank tops, tan lines, cook outs, a slower lifestyle, lax schedules and road trips! Here are three tips to tackle road trips without giving up on a balanced lifestyle.

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Wild Blackberry Negroni

This version of a classic Italian cocktail offers a little something extra with fresh blackberries and sage.

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3 Ways to Reduce Cancer Risk with What You Eat

Cancer remains the number two cause of death in this country today. Yet how many people know that at least one-third of all cancers could be prevented by a healthy lifestyle including eating a healthy diet and being physically active?

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The Forgotten Senses of Flavor

While taste is an important aspect of flavor, research shows the keys to a memorable meal goes beyond that. How food looks, smells and even sounds can make all the difference.

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Make It a MyPlate Night

Take a break from cooking and teach your kids healthy habits with "MyPlate Night." Kids choose what they want to have for dinner, but they must use the MyPlate components to build their plates.

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