By: Amy Whitson, P.H.Ec.
This delicious recipe is from Homegrown the cookbook. Get your copy today on Amazon or from Chapters/ Indigo. Filled with 160 PHEc tested recipes, Homegrown is the perfect holiday gift for everyone!
"Your family will love this tangy slaw and (if you don't tell them) they won't even know that they are eating Brussels sprouts; they'll think it's cabbage."-Amy
The 2018 Milk Calendar by Dairy Farmers of Canada is finally here! Get your free copy by clicking HERE. You can order a copy and have it delivered to your door or download the PDF.
By: Carol Harrison, RD & Andrea Villneff BASc, P.H.Ec., Chef
This free E-recipe book is filled with delicious recipes that the whole family will enjoy. Click HERE to download your free copy! A huge thanks to the sponsors that made this e-book possible; Ontario Apple Growers, Ontario Turkey Farmers, Canada Beef, and Canola Eat Well.
I have also been involved in several writing projects developing resources for teachers, reviewing Family Studies textbooks and writing on-line courses. I have taught various courses in Family Studies but my area of focus is Nutrition and Health. I have a passion for cooking and travel and share this with my students in the classroom every day!
I have always felt close to the Home Economics field as cooking/ baking with my mother and grandmother is what initially sparked my interest in food and nutrition (I was probably stirring cake batter before I could walk haha). Looking forward to interacting with all of you!
I am passionate about promoting food literacy in children, family research, and family policy in Canada. I look forward to a future with the Ontario Home Economics Association, and getting to know other members!
I've done lots of volunteer work with various organizations, including teaching elementary school lessons about nutrition and healthy eating and assisting with children’s gardens and group cooking classes in the community. I really enjoy cooking and trying new recipes in my spare time.
In addition, I love to sing and have been a member of the Amabile Choirs of London Canada for 13 years, and have traveled to compete in Newfoundland, Hawaii, Greece, Hungary, Czech Republic, and Austria with the Choir.
I am really enjoying the Foods and Nutrition Program at Brescia, and my goal for the future is to acquire an internship and pursue the Registered Dietitian designation as well as the Professional Home Economist designation.
Regardless if I become an RD or not, I plan to work within the food service sector because food is my passion! I am excited to join OHEA to meet other members who may share the same passion as me and hope to collaborate on exciting programs/initiatives one day!
By: Tamara Saslove, P.H.Ec.
This recipe is so easy and tastes great! It can be made into a loaf or 12 muffins, or if you're like me and can't decide make a mini loaf and 6 muffins! I chose to mix in cranberries and top with pumpkin seeds but feel free to throw in whatever fruit, seeds or nuts you have lying around the house. Enjoy!
From OHEA's own, Homegrown!
Recipe by: Bridget Wilson, PHEc
"The herbed stuffing adds wonderful flavour to this attractive pork roast. Serve with roasted vegetables and potatoes for a hearty meal."-Bridget
OHEA continues to grow with new PHEcs with diverse interests and backgrounds, including our newest three, Rebecca Horne, Kate Rollings & Adrienne Kester (not pictured)
The Ontario Home Economics Association, a self-regulating body of professional Home Economists, promotes high professional standards among its members so that they may assist families and individuals to achieve and maintain a desirable quality of life.