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Our Recipes

Our recipes are not only good for you, they taste good, and are low-cost and easy to prepare. We strive to provide our community with healthy, tasty meal ideas to make cooking together quick easy and fun for all household members.

Our recipe books feature ways to:

  • Stretch food dollars
  • Plan meals ahead to save time and money
  • Be creative with leftovers
  • Prepare more WHOLE foods with less sugar, salt and solid fats

Hello Neighbors Cookbook  –is a compilation of healthy recipes from friends and neighbors from African American and Hispanic communities in Western and Central New York.

Let’s Get Cooking Cookbook – is a family –friendly cookbook that brings the whole family together in preparing meals. This cookbook features special sections to share Kitchen Hints , Snack Ideas for Kids and even Gifts from the Heart. Each recipe includes Nutrition information.

Slow Cooker Cookbook  – a cornucopia of recipes designed for your Slow Cooker – recipes include soups, roasts , casseroles, muffins and even desserts. Save time and energy with this one-step meal planner.

Cornell University ‘s Food and Nutrition Education in Communities has tested recipes by categories that also meet strict nutritional criteria. All recipes include nutrition information. For more information, please click here.

Cook It Quick

Ingredient Substitutions

Our Favorite Recipes

Kale Chips pdf

Water Recipes pdf

Cowboy Caviar pdf

Garlic Scapes Recipes


Contact

Marybeth Mitcham
Nutrition, Food Safety, and Healthy Living Educator
mem467@cornell.edu
518-623-3291 or 668-4881

Last updated July 11, 2017