Episode 9 | April 2021
The April GLSS TV episode features some information about Parkinson's Disease for Parkinson's Awareness Month. Other features include: a trivia question; some mind and body relaxtion tips from Kelly and Rose; a look back at the 1939 World's Fair; and a spring roll recipe with chef Joey!
Episode 8 | March 2021
March is here and spring is just around the corner! In this episode of GLSS TV: A spotlight on the contributions of social workers through the words and thoughts of some of our colleagues as we observe Social Worker Month; How society has treated viruses in the past, compared to today; Increased travel on public transportation means the need for increased safety awareness with ways to stay safe and strong; It's beloved and easy - how to make your own pizza!
Episode 7 | February 2021
As we move into February, GLSS TV is pleased to be broadcasting on the Saugus Cable TV as well as LCTV! In this episode: we celebrate Black History Month with a visit to the Lynn Community Minority-Multicultural Center with Darrell Murkison; Kelly Daugherty talks about Pandemic Fatigue; Chef Joey shows us how to make tasty roasted brussels sprouts; and we get some tips about winter hydration and exercise from Rosemary.
Episode 6 | January 2021
In the January episode of GLSS TV, we begin the year with a conversation with a leading epidemiologist about coronavirus vaccines and the safest masks to use for the best protection. We take a look at previous and notable presidential inaugurations, and get some safe and beneficial tips on ways to travel on foot when conditions are snowy or icy. In our "Kelly's Corner" segment Kelly offers easy and valuable ways to stay positive during the dark of winter, and CEO Kathy Burns wishes viewers a Happy New Year!
Episode 5 | December 2020
GLSS TV offers some great tips for navigating December -- the busiest holiday month of the year. Most cultures and religions have their major holidays this month and with COVID restrictions, they will all be a little different this year. We'll look at ways caregivers can find relief; and we'll take a walk on the not-so-wild side of Lynn where we'll learn about best practices for pedestrian traffic. And finally, Chef Joey will cook a Ribollita soup for us -- it features chunks of bread in the soup itself! Can you say comfort food?
Episode 4 | November 2020
This month's episode of GLSS TV honors the strength and service of veterans, looks at a community partnership addressing food security, offers some tips on how to avoid falls, and whips up an easy and delicious pumpkin pie.
Episode 3 | October 2020
This month, GLSS TV features segments about some of the counseling services available from GLSS including the Mobile Mental Health program and the Women's and Family Abuse Program. We'll also provide tips about driving safely during the pandemic, and we'll take you through an easy, crowd-pleasing pizza recipe.
Episode 2 | September 2020
In this episode we'll focus on nutrition and eating well. We'll see what's available at the Farmer's Market and then prepare a tasty and healthy zucchini and pasta dish that you can make yourself! We'll also practice some simple stretching exercises and learn about breathing techniques to help you relax.
Episode 1 | August 2020
A look at how the Lynn Senior Center and the broader community have responded to life during the pandemic. The show includes updates and numerous helpful tips around effectively managing one's health during this time.
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From GLSS TV Episode 9
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1 package of round Spring Roll rice paper (available at most grocery stores)
1 pressed and drained block of tofu
1 bunch of mint
1 bunch of cilantro
1 bag of shredded carrots or you can shred them yourself
2 red peppers
1 cucumber, peeled
Peanut sauce or dipping sauce of your choice.
1. Slice the peppers and cucumber into thin strips.
2. Cut tofu into thin rectangles
3. Remove mint and cilantro leaves from their stems
4. Briefly submerge a single rice paper in warm water, then place it on your work surface. It will soften further as you add ingredients on top and begin to roll.
5. Layer your ingredients in the middle of your rice paper -- cilantro, carrots, cucumber, pepper, tofu, and mint. The order is not important.
6. Roll the paper up part way on top of the ingredients. Fold the sides in then complete the full rolling up process.
It's simple and gets easier with each try!
From Joey S.
Brussels Sprouts- Episode 7
Ribollita- Episode 5
Pumpkin Pie- Episode 4
Pizza- Episode 3
Summer Squash and Basil Pasta with Chick Peas- Episode 2