What is the Dairy Council?

The Dairy Council of Utah/Nevada is a non-profit organization comprised of a small team of dedicated professionals devoted to the promotion of local agriculture, lifelong health, and the enjoyment of food. We work on behalf of Utah & Nevada’s Dairy Farm Families to provide timely, scientifically based nutrition information to the media, health professionals, consumers, and others concerned about fostering a healthy diet in addition to promoting fun, community-based events to showcase dairy foods and dairy farmers.

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Catch up on the latest dairy news and learn more about our farmers, schools, and the industry. Frequently updated, our stories show the journey from farm to table, highlighting that good comes from the farm.

  • Holt Dairy Farm

    17 Oct Meet Your Local Dairy Farmers

    In an era when we find foods from across the globe lining our grocery shelves and dotting our produce aisles, milk remains a local staple. Most of the fluid milk you see in the dairy case of your neighborhood supermarket comes from a local dairy farm. Currently,......

  • Fuel Up to Play 60

    13 Oct The Fuel Up to Play 60 National Summit

    For National School Lunch Week we wanted to give a shout to Fuel Up to Play 60 (FUTP60) for all it does to empower students to eat healthy and get active! FUTP60 is an in-school nutrition and physical activity program launched by the National Dairy......

  • smoothies

    17 Sep Breakfast Smoothies

    With summer ending and school in full swing it’s often hard to find time for a nutritious breakfast. Smoothies are a great option for starting your day with some excellent nutrition on the go! There are many flavor options and they are so versatile. Use one of......

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For the past several years, Becky has been a regular on KSL’s award-winning lifestyle show Studio 5. Becky’s teaching background and her culinary experience offer the credibility and resources necessary to tweak recipes, make cooking fun, and inspire at-home chefs. Below are Becky’s most recent creations. Click one to see the recipe or navigate to “Recipes” for a complete archive.


Spaghetti Beans

Harvest is my favorite season of the year - it's when you finally see the labors of the summer pay off. These tasty green beans look like spaghetti and are sometimes called snake beans, spaghetti beans, yard long beans or Chinese long beans. This unique bean, grows rapidly and can get up to 3-feet or longer. If you don't grow your own you can often find them in farmers markets, some grocery store chains and smaller speciality stores (Liberty Heights, Sprouts). Because it is a popular ingredient in Asian gardens it is very common in Chinese markets. Watch Becky make this recipe on Studio 5.

 Chicken Parmesan made in a skillet is a classic dish that is done in just 30 minutes. It’s tasty, comforting, and delicious!

Raisin Cookies

Raisin Filled Cookies

Growing up this was my favorite cookie! As kids we called them “Grandma’s Raisin Pie Cookies” or “Deer Hunt Cookies.” This is a family favorite my mother often made in the fall – yes, for deer hunt. She made them year round, but especially made sure they were available for lunch packs. This 1940’s recipe is always better the next day… if you can wait that long. Watch how this recipe is made on Studio 5.

Raisin Filled Cookies are a family favorite! This delicious fall recipe has different variations and can be changed to use your favorite dried fruit!

Banana dessert

Banana Lumpia

Lumpia - is commonly considered a savory snack of Chinese spring roll origin. Traditionally, it's a savory snack made of thin crepe pastry skin called "lumpia wrapper" enveloping a mixture of savory fillings, consists of chopped vegetables. This variation uses sweet bananas or plantains for a great dessert. Watch Becky Low make this recipe on Studio 5.

Banana Lumpia is an very simple Filipino recipe friends and family will enjoy. Sweet bananas are fried in a think crisp pastry and served over Vanilla Bean ice cream!

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