The biggest trend in food in the next 15 years will be something familiar to our grandmothers – made from scratch foods in tune with the seasons to deliver great flavor, said Walter Scheib, White House executive chef from 1994 to 2005.
White House Chef Walter Scheib sees made-from-scratch food as the latest trend
Allan Purdy's Navy Career is Commemorated With a Donation to the New U.S.S. Missouri
When the nuclear submarine U.S.S. Missouri is commissioned later this summer, a part of the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources will follow it out to sea. The MU Ag Alumni Association made a donation to the ship's commissioning ceremony to honor Allan Purdy, CAFNR alumni and retired associate dean. Purdy [...]
Wehner, known for purchasing his produce and meats from local farmers in and around the city, says that while his menu items may cost more, they taste better, are nutritionally superior and are environmentally friendly — things that his savvy customers are looking for.
For Allisun Mutz, graduation from the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources was both an end and a beginning. Her degree in hand, she now starts her journey toward her dream of entering veterinary medical school. Little did she know during her undergraduate education that learning a new language would open [...]
Food preservation workshops are filled with people wanting to reconnect with their food
Massey, a regional nutrition and health education specialist for University of Missouri Extension in Columbia, presents about a dozen workshops each year on food preservation around the state. She also teaches health promotion, stress management and healthy lifestyles.
An experimental animal model provides clues to better therapies for cystic fibrosis patients
Aided by a new experimental model, scientists are a step closer to understanding how cystic fibrosis (CF) causes lung disease in people with the condition. The findings, published online April 28 in the journal Science Translational Medicine, could help improve treatments for lung disease, which causes most of the deaths and disability among people with CF.