July-August 2016

AllergyEats (Version 2.0.4)

July 1, 2016 Marisa Moore

Synopsis of the App AllergyEats was created to reduce the anxiety associated with eating out with food allergies. Though not all cities are fully represented, AllergyEats can make it easier to find allergy-friendly restaurants throughout

July-August 2016

FoodKeeper (Version 3.0.0)

July 1, 2016 Marisa Moore

Synopsis of the App FoodKeeper is a well-designed pocket reference from the USDA that helps answer the common food question: Is that still good? The app provides details on how to store, pack, cook and

July-August 2016

Mealime (Version 2.0)

July 1, 2016 Marisa Moore

Synopsis of the App This simple, personalized meal planning app lets you filter recipes by diet type, allergies and food restrictions. The automatic grocery lists make shopping and planning a breeze. Perfect for anyone seeking

July-August 2016

MySymptoms (Version 4.46)

July 1, 2016 Marisa Moore

Synopsis of the App The convenient mySymptoms app offers a way to track foods, activities, stressors and environmental factors that impact how you feel and may cause unpleasant side effects, such as nausea, bloating or

July-August 2016

(Not)Recipes by Food 52 (Version 1.0.3)

July 1, 2016 Marisa Moore

Synopsis of the App (Not)Recipes by Food52 is a great place to find cooking inspiration and connect with other food lovers. This app focuses on the food — no cute puppies, fashion bloggers or sunsets

July-August 2016

Over (Version 3.3.2)

July 1, 2016 Marisa Moore

Synopsis of the App If you've been looking for an easy way to design creative graphics for social media (or digital and print media), Over is an answer. With extensive fonts, graphics and images, this

July-August 2016

Jackfruit Tacos with Avocado-Cilantro Crema

July 1, 2016 Rachael Hartley

Jackfruit Tacos with Avocado-Cilantro Crema Jackfruit, an exotic Asian fruit, makes a delicious meat substitute in these vegetarian tacos. Slowly simmered with tomato and spices, it closely resembles shredded chicken in texture and flavor. Developed

July-August 2016

Lauren Au: Child Nutrition Researcher

Drawn to nutrition and dietetics from a prevention perspective, Dr. Lauren Au strives to fight and prevent childhood obesity through improving federal nutrition initiatives, such as the National School Lunch Program and the Supplemental Nutrition

July-August 2016

Kitchen Shears Can Do More Than You Think

July 1, 2016 EA Stewart

What can be snipped, snapped or crunched with kitchen shears? The list is seemingly endless: fresh herbs and leafy greens, bacon, poultry meat and cartilage, dried fruit, fish, pie dough, whole canned tomatoes, crab claws,

July-August 2016

Is Animal Blood a Safe Ingredient?

July 1, 2016 Liz Spittler

Animal blood — typically that of cow, pig, goat, lamb, chicken, duck and goose — has been used in traditional ethnic cooking across the globe and throughout time. In the spirit of "what's old is