People in the habit of buying lunches and snacks at work may be tempted by less nutritious choices that can take a bite out of their wallets. On behalf of the Peanut Bureau of Canada, registered dietitian Sue Mah offers tips and recipes that can help employees eat well and save dollars during the work day.
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Toronto ON, May 11, 2009 – To kick off barbecue season, the Peanut Bureau of Canada has developed three ‘nutty and saucy’ recipes – Peanut Hoisin Barbecue Sauce, Mango Peanut Salsa and Thai Peanut Marinade – that will make warm-weather menus sizzle with flavour. Plus, the Bureau is offering simple barbecue party planning tips, so outdoor entertaining is a breeze.
The search for that one holiday gift sure to put a smile on everyone’s face this holiday season has officially begun. And while it can be tempting to give in to quick-fix solutions such as gift cards or wrapping up yet another pair of socks, the Peanut Bureau of Canada suggests taking a more personal and thoughtful approach to gift-giving with homemade gifts from the kitchen.
Whether planning to take a day trip to the local park or embark upon a cross-country family vacation, Canadians are getting ready to hit the trails this summer. For many, being away from home often creates challenges when it comes to eating healthily while on-the-go. The solution? Ensure that you are prepared with snacks that not only tempt the taste buds but also fuel the body for summertime adventures.