The family oriented and “kid-approved” calendar features monthly recipes that include one cup of milk or more as well as ingredients culled from the Canada Food Guide.
“This year we are giving Milk Calendar fans a collection of recipes perfect for any occasion, all year round,” says 2011 Milk Calendar recipe developer, Jennifer MacKenzie. “We’sve incorporated new food trends and new flavours and given them the Milk Calendar treatment, which means kid-approved, well-balanced and mouth-watering recipes. Check out February’s take on mac n’s cheese, the spinach cavatappi gratin or August’s light and fresh cobb salad.”
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