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Courtney Caughey: Snacking done right
Are you constantly searching for healthier snacks? I am always on the lookout for snacks that are both delicious and nutritious.
Courtney Caughey: Lunch Ideas for Back to School
It's no surprise that another summer vacation has flown by and it's almost time for kids to go back to school. Here's some ideas for well-balanced back to school lunches.
Courtney Caughey: Make your own sports drink
Did you know you could make your own sports drink at home using only four ingredients? I didn't, until I watched the following video on the Runner's World website. After clicking the link, choose the video on the right titled, "Make Your Own Fuel."
Courtney Caughey: My top 10 summer desserts
Feeling the heat? Then Courtney Caughey invites you to enjoy some of her top dessert picks for the remainder of this hot, hot summer!
Courtney Caughey: Get out the grill for some barbecue burgers
My fiancé, Dave, loves to grill. Burgers are his specialty. So, this weekend we swung by Giant Eagle to pick up some burgers for dinner. At the meat counter, Dave chose a pack of two barbecue-flavored patties.
Courtney Caughey: Getting creative with toaster waffles
Toaster waffles are quick and easy to prepare. They are also cheap and sold in every grocery store, which makes them a popular breakfast food choice.
If you're content with waffles with syrup every morning, you are definitely easier to please than me.
Courtney Caughey: 5 great muffin recipes
Good Morning Muffins. This week, I’m talking muffins. Who doesn’t like a muffin?
Courtney Caughey: Enjoy dinner and a movie this weekend — at the drive-in
Every weekend, my fiancé and I go to the drive-in. There is no better place to enjoy a night out. You can't beat the cost of tickets, $8 per person for two movies. It costs more than that for one movie at an indoor theater where you can't even look up at the stars!
Courtney Caughey: Get off the couch, get healthy
I recently read a blog post on the ABC News website titled, "Less Couch Means Less Junk Food." The writer, Mikaela Conley, summarizes the results of a lifestyle study done by the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Here is a paragraph from the post explaining the study.
Courtney Caughey: To busy for a full meal? Try some grab-and-go foods
We've all been there. Life gets in the way of taking the time to stop and eat. I know I get cranky when I haven't eaten and, if I go too long without nourishment, I can't concentrate. But, what if we really can't take the time to enjoy a full meal?
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