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Posts Tagged ‘Food’

UA Matters: What Kinds of Food Do Local Food Banks Really Need?

UA Matters asked local food banks and distributors what types of food are best to share in efforts to help local hungry families and individuals.

UA Matters: How to Lose Weight in a Healthy Way

Losing weight tends to be a popular New Year’s resolution or goal. But there is definitely a right way and a wrong way to go about achieving that goal. The University of Alabama’s Sheena Quizon Gregg shares a few tips on how shake loose those extra pounds in a healthy way. Avoid Skipping Meals. Avoid […]

UA Matters: Food Safety During the Holidays

There typically tends to be a lot of cooking, and eating, happening during the holidays. The University of Alabama’s Diane Bridgewater offers suggestions on how to ensure your food is safely stored and prepared, so you and your guests can thoroughly enjoy each and every bite.

New UA Lab Allows Students to Explore Science Behind Food

Students enrolled in food and nutrition courses at The University of Alabama should have no problem garnering some excitement for food this semester, thanks to the recently completed $1.5 million state-of-the-art foods lab located on the ground floor of Doster Hall.

UA Professor Examines Cultural Impact of Barbecue on Alabama

There are places that love barbecue and do it well. Then there’s the South, where barbecue could be considered a second religion (behind only college football). A University of Alabama professor is set to explore how barbecue became a cultural phenomenon within the borders of the state.

UA Hosts Lecture on Honey Bees, Food Security

The University of Alabama department of political science will host guest lecturer Dr. Tammy Horn, senior researcher in apiculture at Eastern Kentucky University, to speak on the critical importance of honey bee pollination to agriculture and food security from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, March 7, in 1092 Shelby Hall.

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