EATING MEALS TOGETHER PROMOTES:
- Quality time for child and adult interaction! Family dinner provides time to share activities from the day or discuss upcoming events.
- A food health connection! Eating together provides an opportunity to talk about and model good nutrition and health behaviors.
- Passing down cultural and family identity! Family dinners provide an opportunity for sharing family stories and creating memories.
So for the Month of September, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Cooke County will be promoting the importance of celebrating family mealtime by posting 30 Days of Family Meals. These recipes will be tried, tested, and true recipes that my family loves. Each recipe will also feature tips and ideas to help make dinnertime at your house something to remember.
Day 3 – Green Chile Enchiladas
Day 4 – Sweet and Sour Zucchini
Day 5 – Parsley Crusted Fish See Dinner Tonight video demonstration of this recipe by clicking here
Day 7 – Beef Steak and Black Bean Soft Tacos View other recipes from Texas Beef Council here.
Day 11 – In a Pinch Tuna Salad Emergency Preparedness Information
Day 12 – Slow Cooker Street Tacos See Dinner Tonight video Demonstration of this recipe by clicking here
Day 13 – Deep Dish Pizza Casserole See Dinner Tonight video Demonstration of this recipe by clicking here
Day 15 – Sweet and Sour MeatLoaf
Day 17 – Sauteed Parmesan Vegetables View the Dinner Tonight video demonstration of this recipe here
Day 20 – Herb Stuffed Pork Chops
Day 21 – Slow Cooker Pulled Pork View the Dinner Tonight video demonstration of this recipe here
Day 22 – Oven Baked Onion Rings
Day 23 – Slow Cooker Baked Apples
Day 25 – Sausage and Sauerkraut Casserole
Day 27 – Beef Kabobs with Parmesan Orzo
Day 28 – Cheesy Chicken Spaghetti View the Dinner Tonight Video demonstration Here
Day 29 – Baked Chicken Parmesan
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