Tag Archive: Steno Foodie

Jan 27

Steno Foodie: Chicken Cheesesteak

Steno Foodie Cheesesteak

Jun 01

Steno Foodie: Fish & Grits

Steno Foodie Fish and Grits

Sep 19

Steno Foodie: Crab Cakes

Crab Cakes

Crab cakes, broccoli, mac & cheese.

Sep 14

The Importance Of Drinking Water, Eating A Healthy Breakfast & Maintaining Your Glucose Levels

“Brain cells consume oxygen and glucose (a form of sugar) for fuel. The more challenging the brain’s task, the more fuel it consumes. Therefore, it is important to have adequate amounts of these substances in the brain for optimum functioning. Low amounts of oxygen and glucose in the blood can produce lethargy and sleepiness. Eating …

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Sep 09

Steno Foodie: Dried Bing Cherries

Dried Bing Cherries

Dried cherries is a great “pick me up” snack to carry in your bag when you’re on the go. According to the Live Strong website, a “quarter-cup serving of dried cherries makes up one-fourth to one-third of the daily recommended fruit intake for women and one-quarter for men, according to USDA guidelines.” The site also …

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Aug 17

Steno Foodie: The Hearty Breakfast Edition

Eggs Grits OJ Turkey Sausage

Aug 05

Steno Foodie: Coconut Shrimp


Coconut shrimp w/ pina colada sauce, grilled shrimp w/ pineapple, and broccoli.

Jul 22

Steno Foodie: Crab Platter

Steno Foodie Crab

Crab legs, crab scampi, grilled shrimp covered with crabmeat, broccoli, and mashed potatoes.

Jun 11

Steno Foodie: Healthy/Quick Grab & Go Breakfast

Here’s a video on how to make a healthy breakfast parfait that can be made the night before. This recipe is great for people who have a busy schedule and can benefit form a healthy energy boost. I will definitely be making some of these parfaits.

May 21

Steno Foodie: Plant Sources For Iron

Steno Foodie (Cropped)

Iron is an essential nutrient that can help boost energy. According to www.Health.com, approximately 10% of women between 20 and 49 years of age are iron deficient. The health source states that iron deficiency can lead to fatigue, both mentally and physically. The website also states that, “Great plant sources of iron include beans, lentils, …

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