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Kent State Connects Blog: Celebrate Valentine’s Day Every Day

Did you miss the Valentine’s Day blog posts on the Kent State Connects blog? No need to worry, Valentine’s Day happens once a year, but you can always enjoy a nice time with your valentine anytime.

Did you miss the Valentine’s Day blog posts on the Kent State Connects blog? No need to worry, Valentine’s Day happens once a year, but you can always enjoy a nice time with your valentine anytime.

Natalie Caine-Bish, associate professor in the Department of Health Sciences and registered dietician, wrote about “Healthy Places to Take Your Valentine to Eat.”

“Remember when you are eating out, just because it is a healthy choice, the portion may still be large, so remember moderation,” Caine-Bish says.

Click here to read more and get healthy restaurant menu ideas.

Also, Kent State Executive Chef Michael Fiala wrote about “Entertaining – Valentine’s Day Wine Dinner for Two.”

“I love to create menu pairings that elicit emotional responses that are ethereal, sensual, contemplative and exciting,” Fiala says.

Click here to read more and get great ideas for a special wine dinner with your valentine.

And, Emily Myers, special assistant in the Office of the Provost, writes about “Meatless Wednesday”

“Our menu consisted of asparagus spears, spaghetti squash with chopped tomatoes, which is my go to side dish; sliced red, yellow and orange peppers and cucumbers with hummus; and a wonderful mixed green salad with berries and nuts. The most interesting dish was a cottage cheese 'meatless' casserole,” Myers says.

Click here to read more from Myers’s blog post.

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POSTED: Monday, February 18, 2013 - 12:00am
UPDATED: Monday, April 20, 2015 - 4:07pm
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