Learn about the featured food of the month

Health4U nutritionist Peggy Crum and MSU Corporate Chef Kurt Kwiatkowski team up to choose a slate of seasonal produce and pantry items to feature, one each month, throughout the year. Find links to the Recipe for Health newsletter and Chef's recipe.

Recipes

Banh Xéo is a crispy hot Vietnamese crepe. Xéo is the sizzling sound the batter makes as it cooks in the hot skillet. Traditionally, the fillings are cooked in the batter, the crispy crepe folded and served without utensils to be eaten with your hands.

A hearty, vegetarian stew!

Peanut butter’s reach is well beyond the sandwich. The flavor of peanut pairs well with anything sweet. Classic savory sauces like this one from Chef Kurt become nutty and smooth with this one special ingredient.

Walnuts bring pesto-making into the sphere of affordability. Using spinach instead of basil is less aromatic but stays greener, and green is great!

These homemade Dried Cherry Granola Bars are the perfect on the go breakfast or snack!

Taro is the potato of the humid tropics. Like the Irish potato we know and love, taro is a tuber, a staple starchy vegetable, and a key ingredient in many traditional dishes.

Coming from a humble beginning, Israeli couscous has been discovered by the culinary world. Consider it a trendy and upscale addition to any menu.

This whole grain side dish is a unique addition to your Mexican meal.

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