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

Cornmeal is truly the all-American grain.

Caprese salad is the perfect combination of flavors and freshness. Late summer, when tomatoes are at their peak and the basil is abundant, is the best time to layer a Caprese. Or simply toss it for a less traditional presentation of this gorgeous salad.

A simple sauté highlights the sweetness and tender texture of Swiss chard. Lemon juice adds a nice zing!

You can buy caramel corn in the store. But like most things, it's better when homemade. Cheaper, too!

The combination of vegetables, herbs, and spices will have you adding this burrito to your favorites list.

A great comfort food recipe!

A classic Spanish sauce for a flavorful tofu meal.

Fantastic on chicken, pork or turkey scallopini!

A show-stopper in the bean category, giant white beans are surprisingly smooth and creamy in this warm salad.

If you're a hummus addict, give this white bean version a try!

Freekeh is chewy and filling in this vegan chili soup. Satisfying to everyone on a cold winter evening.

Instead of mashed potatoes, try parsnip and pear puree!

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