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Sourdough simplified

March 27, 2020 By VICTORIA REDHED MILLER Grit Magazine I’ve often wondered how it is that bread, which is so basic to most of the world’s food cultures, has turned into something that we are intimidated to make... more »»

 
 
 
Hooray for ham

March 20, 2020 By VALERIE BOESE Grit Magazine Baked ham is a popular main course, but don’t forget its versatility when added to everyday dishes. more »»

Ag egg saved is an egg earned

March 19, 2020 By KRISTI COOK Grit Magazine When my family started our first tiny flock of laying hens several years ago, I quickly learned the meaning of “feast or famine. more »»

The pressure’s on

March 6, 2020 By CHRIS COLBY Grit Magazine Versatile and useful cooking gadgets, electric pressure cookers make wonderful braised meats, will cook beans without soaking, and are great for stocks and most one-pot... more »»

Going whole hog

February 27, 2020 By JASON HERBERT Grit Magazine Twenty years of marriage has taught my wife not to expect a lot out of me when it comes to event planning. more »»

A bittersweet love affair

February 14, 2020 By KAREN KEB Grit Magazine This time of year ushers in snowfall and mittens, leafless trees and blazing woodstoves, and, of course, mountains of recipes for comfort food. more »»

Pizza perfection

February 8, 2020 By KAREN K. WILL GRIT Magazine If you live rurally, you probably haven’t “enjoyed” the convenience of home pizza delivery in years. more »»

Kitchen gems

January 31, 2020 By KAREN KEB Grit Magazine When asked about the one item they’d grab on the way out of their burning house, people usually cite the family photo album. For me, it’d be a cookbook. more »»

Homemade bread the easy way

January 24, 2020 By JEAN PICARD Grit Magazine Nothing says “home” like the aroma of fresh baked bread wafting from the oven, and nothing pleases guests or family members like the taste of that bread when it hits the... more »»

Warm and cheesy made easy

January 3, 2020 By SUSAN BELSINGER Grit Magazine A creamy, delicious aroma wafts through the house as a pan is taken from the oven. Family members and guests eagerly tuck in their napkins. more »»

Soups for every occasion

December 30, 2019 By JEAN TELLER Grit Magazine Cool fall days and cold winter nights demand a hot meal on the table, and your family will not be disappointed with the sight of a stockpot or slow cooker full of savory... more »»

Candy for Christmas

December 26, 2019 By KRISS NELSON editor@farm-news.com FORT DODGE – For Arlyn Goraczowski, spending time in the kitchen is one of his favorite pastimes. more »»

Homemade holiday cakes

December 13, 2019 By JEAN TELLER Grit Magazine The Christmas holiday season lends itself to all sorts of delicious sweets, and many recipes make an appearance only once a year. more »»

Country casseroles

December 6, 2019 By KELLSEY TRIMBLE Grit Magazine Casseroles have long been appreciated for their simplicity and ability to incorporate several ingredients and food groups into one neatly packaged concoctio. more »»

Candies: A holiday hit

November 26, 2019 By JEAN TELLER Grit Magazine During my childhood years, Thanksgiving and Christmas were major events at our house. more »»

Party like the Pilgrams

November 20, 2019 By TONI LELAND Grit Magazine Though our food choices and preparation methods have evolved over the centuries, one thing remains constant: As celebrated by our forebears, the Thanksgiving feast is a... more »»

A sandwich in the making

November 6, 2019 By JEAN TELLER Grit Magazine Driving down the road to the Grit staff’s favorite diner, I’m thinking about the Reuben sandwich on the menu. more »»

Aged perfection

October 18, 2019 By PATT KERR GRIT Magazine Cheese is the ultimate comfort food. more »»

‘Fall Fiesta’ keys in on busy ag women

October 11, 2019 By KAREN SCHWALLER kschwaller@evertek. more »»

Streaker in the pumpkin patch

September 26, 2019 By JANET WALLACE GRIT Magazine When I was young, I loved nibbling on the salted, roasted seeds from a freshly carved jack-o’-lantern. more »»

Classic country breakfast

September 19, 2019 By KELLSEY TRIMBLE GRIT Magazine Breakfast time has always been a special part of the day to me. It’s the beginning of a new day, and a chance to start it off right with a wholesome meal. more »»

 
 

 

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