feed your body and mind
By Melissa Lafrance on June 8, 2016
Meals feed our bodies, but mealtimes feed our relationships.
Research shows that eating socially has many beneficial impacts, supporting both our nutritional health and mental wellbeing. The social aspect of eating together with family, friends and colleagues is very important to overall health and wellbeing.
Potlucks help foster a sense of community and are more than just sharing food. Check out the following nourishing potluck recipes and tips during the month of June! Become a UBC Health Contact to receive weekly reminders, tips and tricks.
If you’ve been tasked with organizing a potluck at work, or you offered to plan a get together, you may be wondering where to start. For great tips, check out How to Organize a Potluck Dinner.
This flavourful and colourful Crowd-pleasing Chickpea & Carrot Salad can be enjoyed any time of year, and it is perfect for a summer potluck!
For an easy and healthy dessert option, try making Fruit Kebas with Maple Cinnamon Yogurt Dip! You can easily substitute with whichever fruit you have on hand and adjust the recipe to have about one kebab per person.
Spinach Dip is always my go-to potluck dish. Try it out with pumpernickel bread and a variety of veggies!
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