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Angie's Health Spot: The best apples for cooking, baking and eating

picture of appleFrom the website eatingwell.com, be sure to know which apples are best for every dish!

"All apples are not created equal—at least when it comes to cooking vs. eating them fresh. But regardless of variety, they’re all good for you. A medium apple (3-inch diameter) contains 4 grams of fiber; a large apple (3 1/4-inch diameter) has 5 grams of fiber. Apples also offer a bit of vitamin C and potassium. So what apples are best for your lunchbox and what apples are best suited for your apple pie? Well, that depends!"

Read more to find out from author, Hilary Meyer!

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Farmers' Market

FALL RIVER'S EVENING FARMERS' MARKET

Tuesdays from 5:30 - 8:00pm on the sidewalks around Government Center.

Locally-grown produce, crafts, cooking demonstrations and live music every week!

Men Who Cook Summer Sizzler!

You're Invited to the 3rd Annual Men Who Cook Summer Sizzler! This year we have more chefs than ever and a smorgasbord of fine cuisine and South Coast favorites. 

The Women's Center is bringing Men Who Cook to Mattapoisett again this summer under the big tent in Shipyard Park on Sunday, July 14, from 5:00pm-7:00pm. This event will feature local chefs and will be the first dining experience of Harbor Days 2013. It's a family affair with ticket prices set at $25 for adults, $20 seniors (65+), $10 children (under 12). Proceeds benefit programs and services at The Women's Center for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and child trauma.

If you have any questions, call Rebecca at 508-996-3343, Ext. 25 or Annie at Ext. 38 or at rmccullough@thewomenscentersc.com. For more information, visit our website at www.thewomenscenters.com.
 
Click here to register or RSVP.

Free Healthy Cooking Demonstration

Diabetes Association Inc. &   
Coastline Elderly Service Inc.

Invite You To A
Free Healthy Cooking Demonstration

Dates are as follows:
May 6th & June 24th 2009
12:30pm-1:30pm
   
Come learn how to cook Healthy Desserts!

Information is step by step so you learn how to do it
and best of all you get to taste the food!

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