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healthy slow cooker beef burgundy – Healthy Seasonal Recipes

Here is a slow cooker variation of the classic French recipe for Beef Burgundy. It is slowly braised beef, mushrooms and carrots in rich red wine sauce. I added a little bit of bacon and maple syrup to this recipe to make it even better! It is the perfect recipe to bring in the cooler weather!Last weekend I was...

Seasonal Eating: Start this Winter

Small Steps, Big Changes These days making decisions about how to eat in the most healthful manner can be a difficult and confusing task.  Each person’s unique constitution requires variation in the types of foods that are eaten, therefore no one diet is right for everyone.  The quest for reliable information concerning optimum nutrition reveals one diet guru after...

healthy zucchini oat bread – Healthy Seasonal Recipes

This Healthy Zucchini Oat Bread is packed with zucchini and sweetened with dates raisins and a touch of honey instead of refined sugar. The oats make it sturdy enough to pack in a picnic basket or lunchbox.I originally shared this recipe on September 5, 2012. I have updated the images and some of the text today.Have you ever noticed...

Boston Public Market | Seasonal Four-Course Tasting Menu

Check out this Boston Public Market-inspired Four-Course Tasting Menu! Recipes provided by Shadeah Suleiman of Stillman's Farm.  Beets, assortment of colors Hancock Farm plain farmer’s cheese Q’s salted, roasted walnuts (almonds or pistachios) Stillman’s spicy microgreens Rita’s...

(USA-TX-Houston) Store Seasonal Employee

**Job Description:** Seasonal AssociateLowe's has seasonal openings for Assemblers, Receivers/Stockers, and Customer Service Associates (CSAs). All employees are expected to provide excellent customer service by greeting customers, responding to customer inquiries, and assisting them in locating, selecting, demonstrating, preparing, and loading merchandise. Additionally, each role has specific responsibilities, for example: assembling merchandise (Assembler), distributing and stocking merchandise (Receiver/Stocker),...

5 Tips for Strengthening Your Seasonal Recruiting

For many employers, the arrival of the holidays means it’s time to ramp up recruiting and prepare for busier times. While that might require some recruiters to hire fast, they’ll also need to hire well. Because when it comes to recruiting, even when it’s seasonal, the last thing you want to do is make rash decisions. Your seasonal employees may...

7 Promising Ways to Fight Seasonal Affective Disorder

If you are one of millions who experience seasonal affective disorder (SAD), don’t let anyone tell you it’s all in your head. It’s not. SAD is real. It can also be a nudge from Mother Nature that something in your life isn’t quite right.  The good news: Relief is easy to achieve. Here’s what you need to know about SAD...

Epic Games gifts employees seasonal Fortnite pins

The first images of official seasonal Fortnite pins have released. These pins are exclusive to employees and developers who worked on a particular season. These pins are meant to commemorate the team at Epic Games for their hard work on making Fortnite what it is today. It’s likely a very rewarding feeling to own all 6 of the pins, knowing that...

Seasonal Snow Shovel Deployment In-Store

Seasonal Snow Shovel Deployment In-StoreFor those who consider Winter an opportunity for physical execute, this Seasonal Snow Shovel Deployment In-Store provides the basic equipment en masse. And the lineup is eye-catching, doing a job on visual presentation and merchandising without the need for props or staging. Positioned near both the entry and the cash wraps the lineup gets you...

9 Signs You Have Seasonal Depression

What is Seasonal Depression?Seasonal affective disorder, or seasonal depression, is a form of depression that typically affects people in the colder winter months. People with seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, experience many of the same symptoms as those with other types of depression; however, their symptoms seem to improve closer to spring. Some people do experience seasonal affective disorder...