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Cheryle Syracuse

Cheryle Syracuse

Family and Consumer Science Brunswick County Centerclsyracu@ncsu.edu
Street Address: 25 Referendum Dr
Bolivia, NC 28422
Mailing Address: PO Box 109
Bolivia, NC 28422

Job Description Safe Plates Instructor, Food Safety Education, Extension Master Food Volunteer Coordinator and Family and Consumer Science Staff Member

Recent Posts by Cheryle Syracuse

rice in japanese bowl and seaweed are preparing for seaweed rice in japanese style

Safety of Leftover Rice

Leftover rice. There are several articles making their way around the internet and some columns in national newspapers on …

picture of a bowl of Zoat, which is oatmeal mixed with different ingredients.

Oatmeal Day

I bet you missed it. Last Monday (February 12) was Oatmeal Day. But don’t fret, you can “celebrate” this any …

Super Bowl or football theme food table scene. Pizza, hamburgers, wings, snacks and sides. Above view on a white wood background.

Super Choices for Super Bowl Eating

According to the US Department to Agriculture, “Super Bowl Sunday is American’s second largest food consumption day—right after Thanksgiving.” It’s …

Purple turnips growing in a vegetable garden. Gardening Lightbox

Food Bank Tour and Lots of Turnips

Our Extension Master Food Volunteers recently toured the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina. In front Paul Reinmann (Wilmington)(left …

Vacuuming dill. Vacuum packing machine on the table

Vacuum Packing

Vacuum sealers or vacuum packing machines are popular and frequently found in home kitchens. Their main purpose is to remove …

Cover photo for Microwave Mythbusters

Microwave Mythbusters

It’s time for some more MythBusters from the Partnership for Food Safety Education (PSFE). This is a group of …

Whole wheat pasta with vegetables

More on the Med

In last week’s column I wrote about the Med Instead of Meds program developed by our nutrition team at …

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