We're all running out of ideas on how to keep our children entertained. When you hear "I'm bored," give these tips a try.
Oldham County Extension's Report to the People includes articles on 4-H leadership, nutrition education, Oldham County agriculture, and more.
Long before the coronavirus pandemic, the United States was fighting an opioid epidemic. In the year before COVID-19, the U.S. saw 10.3 million people misuse prescription opioids. Use these tips to help protect your loved ones from addiction.
Check out these easy, kid-friendly snack ideas: marshmallow peanut butter sandwiches, banana and peanut butter sandwiches, celery ant boats, Tasty Fruit Quesadillas, Tropical Smoothies, and more!
You don't need to feel guilty for snacking. Use snack time to add fruits, vegetables, and other fulfilling choices to your diet. Snack time can be healthy as well as delicious.
Apples are in season in Kentucky from July until early December. Take advantage of this delicious, in-season produce by making Autumn Apple Pork.
Tomatoes are in season in Kentucky from July through early October. Peppers and onions are both in season from July through September. Take advantage of this fresh, in-season produce by trying this Breakfast Pizza recipe.
Mindful eating is the practice of enjoying food with understanding and self-compassion, the experience of eating without judgment or guilt. Mindful eating helps us reconnect with our inner signals about hunger and fullness.
Delicious dinner idea: Turkey Stuffed Peppers! Get in a boost of protein and serving of veggies with this yummy Turkey Stuffed Peppers recipe. Kentucky peppers are in season from July to September.
Broccoli and potatoes both have two growing seasons in Kentucky. Combine vitamin-rich broccoli and low-calorie potatoes in this delicious Cheesy Broccoli Potatoes recipe.