How to Make Delicious Kaiser Rolls by Dennis Weaver | Meridian Magazine - LDSmag.com | I like to play with bread dough. I like to get my hands in it, to knead, and form the rolls. Usually, I don’t have time but I like to nurture the dough along. And Kaiser rolls are the most fun you can have making rolls–making ropes out of the dough and twisting and turning it into knots.
How many times have you asked yourself at lunch time: “What should I eat?” Making healthy food choices that keep you energized & focused is important. Christen Miller, a registered dietician at Kaiser Permanente GA, offers these tips for making good lunch choices: aim for a meal that's half non-starchy vegetable, ¼ protein and ¼ starch; bring a lunch from home; swap less healthy side items (i.e., chips, french fries), for healthier ones - like fruit or non-starchy veggies.
This is a very simple recipe with a secret ingredient, but one of the all-time favorite appetizers at the Inn. From the Italian Inn Cookbook
Science for Kids: Sprouting Sweet Potatoes. A foolproof science experiment your preschool or kindergarten kids will love! Support observation and data collection skills when you sprout sweet potatoes in your science center!