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Luck of the Irish


While St. Patrick’s Day is a time to celebrate Irish heritage, let's be honest -- it's also a time to indulge in some tasty meals! We've gathered up some of the best St. Patrick’s Day recipes from some of our food blogger friends. It's your lucky day!

The "Pis" Have It!


It's Pi Day, the day when mathematicians celebrate that infinite 3.14 number. So what does that number represent? It's "the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter." Here at Best Food Facts, we're not mathematicians but we do know what else is shaped like a circle -- pie!

N is for Nuts


Do you go nutty for nuts? Nuts are packed with heart-healthy fats, protein, and disease-fighting vitamins and minerals. To learn more about nuts, we reached out to Alice Henneman, MS, RD, Extension Educator of Nutrition, Food Safety and Cooking, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Fall in Love with Grapefruit!


February may be best known for Valentine's Day, chocolates, roses and hearts, but did you know that February is also National Grapefruit Month?

Meet Wanda from Minnesota Farm Living


From a place known for its 10,000 lakes, you might not think of agriculture when you hear Minnesota. Meet Wanda from Minnesota Farming Living who hopes to change that.

Can Honey Help My Allergies? And Other Honey Facts


As summer allergy season gets into full swing, many people look to alternatives like honey to provide relief. But can honey actually help alleviate your allergy symptoms? We asked Registered Dietitian Sarah Downs to weigh in.

To Infuse or Not to Infuse?


A reader asked whether water infused with fruit like strawberries or oranges contains calories, carbohydrates and vitamins. Infused water is popular for those of us looking to add a little flavor to our lives, but are there other benefits besides curing the "bored with plain water" blues? We asked expert Dr. Wendy Dahl for some answers.

Meet Registered Dietitian Holley Grainger


If you’re looking for kitchen inspiration with a hefty helping of sound nutrition knowledge, registered dietitian Holley Grainger has you covered. 

Potluck of the Irish


Is there anything worse than showing up to a party empty-handed? If there is, we can’t think of it right now. It's St. Patrick’s Day, and to help make sure you not only show up to your St. Paddy's Day festivities with something, but something delicious as well, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite Irish-inspired recipes from some of our favorite food bloggers.

This Fruit Salad Will Make Your Friends Green with Envy


Looking for something a little different for St. Patrick's Day? Look no further than this avocado fruit salad from Carolyn O'Neil, MS, RDN!

Meet Melanie from Melanie Makes


Meet Melanie, the gal behind Melanie Makes – a food blog filled with everyday eats, delicious desserts and everything in between. 

Meet Ali from Gimme Some Oven


Our mouths have been doing a lot of watering lately, and we can’t help but assume it’s the result of frequent stops at Gimme Some Oven - the oh-so-scrumptious blog by Ali. 

Try This Substitution for Healthier Brownies


Got a sweet tooth? Try this tip for healthier brownies from Hy-Vee's Allison Yoder, MS, RD, LD. You'll get all of the deliciousness without sacrificing taste!

Happy National Homemade Soup Day!


February 4 is National Homemade Soup Day! It's perfect timing - a pot full of homemade soup is sure to warm you up this time of year! Instead of the usual chicken or vegetable soup, try out this Turnip Greens Stew from Carolyn O'Neil, MS, RD.

Meet Krista from Joyful Healthy Eats


We’ve been getting an extra helping of joy with stops by one of our favorite food blogs, Joyful Healthy Eats, by Krista, one of our favorite bloggers. 

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