Recent Posts by janice
Thanks to Jimmy Lee Covin, a farmer in Sasser, GA and his crew, I have had an abundance of delicious collard greens to experiment with for the last few weeks. I met Mr. Covin on a recent farm tour with a local Girl Scout troop, The Green Girls (a group of young women focused onContinue Reading
The annual “Holiday Wine Festival” is being held on Saturday, December 4th at Still Pond Vineyard & Winery from 10am-5pm. My friends and I load up every time one of these festivals rolls around. The vineyard is beautiful and far removed from the beaten path. Over the years, the Cowart family has slowly added onContinue Reading
With yet another report highlighting the inadequacy of the FDA to ensure the safety or our imported foods, Americans may need to start looking at their seafood and asking themselves “Was my fish a druggie?”. As a dietitian, I talk with others about the health benefits of lean protein and Omega-3 fatty acids such asContinue Reading
Written on November 28, 2010 at 10:27 pm
On Saturday, November 20th, Yoga On Pine located in downtown Albany, GA will be hosting a “Give Thanks Yoga Practice.” From 9-11:30 AM, yoga teachers from around town will be stopping by to lead classes for 30 minute sessions of glorious stretching and strengthening. The “class” is open to any and everyone regardless of skillContinue Reading
What if we all spent at least $10 of our food bill on local GA products? How would this impact our economy? Some researchers at the University of GA examined these questions, as well as others and have released their findings in a study titled “The Local Food Impact: What if Georgians Ate Georgia Produce?”.