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Cooking Tips

  Low Fat Cooking: TV Dinners knows that good food has to taste great and be great for you. We want to share tips on how to cook low fat, nutritious meals for your family at home. * Get into the habit of measuring the oil you use while you cook, rather than just pouring […]

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Event Planning Tips

Planning an event? Event planners face many challenges.  The top 3 planning challenges: catering, venue, and budget. The goal is to reduce the stress to have a successful event. Venue Compile a list of venue ‘must haves’ and appoint one person to research suitable venues. Be sure to check availability dates, seating and catering capacity, facilities […]

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Find Us

Deliver will begin again to downtown and OTC the second week of August. We have many of our Students so Adrian is stuck here for lunch. Appreciate you support in coming down to the cafeteria to eat. Our spacious cafeteria is located on the first floor of the Housing Authority of the City of Austin. […]

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Nutrition

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Eat Seafood Twice a Week
Seafood contains a range of nutrients, including healthy omega-3 fats. According to the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, eating about 8 ounces per week (less for young children) of a variety of seafood can help prevent heart disease.

Twice a week, make seafood—fish and shellfish—the main protein food on your plate.

Whole Grains Make a Difference!
Little ones, like adults, need to eat whole grains everyday as part of an overall healthy diet. They help to keep your heart healthy, and are good for digestion and a healthy weight. See below for more information and easy ways kids and the whole family can enjoy whole grains.

Give yourself and those you love the goodness of whole grains!