Eat Well Newsletters

Below are the most current issues of the Eat Well Newsletter, which are in PDF format for easy viewing and printing.

Issue Feature Article Food Bites Food Safety Corner Kids Korner Recipe Ask Eat Well
Fall-/Winter 2019-2020 Cost of Convenience: Root Vegetables How to Prepare Winter Squash Safe Root Vegetable Storage Pumpkin or Squash Bread Curried Lentil Squash Soup Debra Spurling, Hancock County
Spring/Summer 2019 (PDF) EFNEP’s 50th Anniversary Using WIC, SNAP and Farm Fresh Rewards to Buy Local Produce Washing and Storing Greens Colorful Veggie Salad with Homemade Croutons Veggie and Protein-Packed Breakfast Strata Deborah Barnett, Kennebec County
Summer 2018 (PDF) Cost of Convenience -Fruit How to Freeze Summer Fruits Molds on Fruits and Vegetables Berry and Spinach Smoothie Wild Maine Blueberry Cobbler Karen Toohey,
Oxford County
Spring 2018 (PDF) Cost of Convenience -Dairy Lactose Intolerance Molds on Cheese Just Say “No” to Raw Cookie Dough Skillet Lasagna Laurie Colton,
Aroostook County
Winter 2018 (PDF) Cost of Convenience – Lunch Cutting Up a Whole Chicken Is a Slow Cooker Safe? Garlic White Bean Dip Parmesan Garlic Chicken and Potatoes Brenda Bracy, Cumberland County
Fall 2017 (PDF)

Weekly Planner (PDF)

Quick, Healthy Meals Announcing Collaboration with Cooking Matters® Maine! Should You Wash Raw Poultry? Trail Mix Salmon Sweet Potato Cakes Ruth Cyr, Androscoggin – Sagadahoc Counties
Summer 2017 PDF  Health and Nutrition Claims  General Terms on Food Labels Know Your Food Labels Open Farm Day  Crustless Spinach Pie Deborah Barnett, Kennebec County
Spring 2017 PDF  Planting a Preserving Garden  Hand Washing 101: Back to the Basics  Spring Garden Word Search  Rhubarb Salsa Debra Spurling, Hancock County
Winter 2017 (PDF) New Nutrition Facts Label How to Identify Allergens from the New Food Label Hunting for Added Sugar Baked Oatmeal Breakfast Christine Finemore, Aroostook County
Fall 2016 (PDF) Enjoy Pulses! Storing and Cooking Pulses Using Leftover Pulses After School Hummus Hamburger Vegetable Soup Karen Toohey,
Oxford County
Summer 2016 (PDF) Seafood on a Budget Food Recall Reminders Seafood Intake for Women and Children Getting Physically Active with Free Fishing Days Oven-Fried Fish Fillets Deborah Barnett, Kennebec County
Spring 2016 (PDF) Reduce, Reuse, Save Money Backyard Composting Egg Safety Growing Herbs Breakfast Spaghetti Pie Debra Spurling, Hancock County
Winter 2016 (PDF) Food Waste: Let’s Talk Trash! Keep it Clean Don’t Throw $ Away Fun Fruit Parfait Creamy White Bean Chili Diane Qualey, Cumberland County
Summer 2015 (PDF) Jazz Up Summer Salads! Salad Seasoning Chart Let’s Get Grilling Frozen Strawberry Sandwiches Basic Grilling Marinade Eric Thoreson, Androscoggin/Sagadahoc Counties
Spring 2015 (PDF) Good Morning Breakfast! Lighten the Muffin Breaking News: Eggs and Food Safety Satisfy Your Thirst for Less Nut Butter and Banana Roll Ups Nancy Beaulieu, York County
Winter 2015 (PDF) Canned Foods Can Be Healthy! Food Product Dating Canned Food Safety Easy Hummus Tuna Potato Patties Laurie Colton, Aroostook County
Fall 2014 (PDF) Winter Squash and Pumpkin Knife Safety Roasting Pumpkin Seeds Pumpkin, Applesauce, Zucchini Muffins Gail Cardarelli, Somerset County
Summer 2014 (PDF) Green Beans Freezing Green Beans Sprout Safety Refrigerator Dilly Beans Green Bean Vinaigrette Kate Garland, Penobscot County
Spring 2014 (PDF) Oatmeal Make Your Own Instant Oatmeal Packets The Freshness Test: Tips on Food Product Dating Oatmeal, Strawberry, Banana Smoothie Rhubarb Crisp Chris Finemore, Aroostook County
Winter 2014 (PDF) Get Creative with Cabbage Preparing Cabbage Cutting Board Safety Apple Confetti Coleslaw Unrolled Cabbage Casserole Karen Toohey,
Oxford County