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Taking note of artisan cheese

April 21, 2017 By DAWN BLISS edtior@farm-news.com JEWELL — Kevin and Ranae Dietzel already appreciated a good cheese before they started their own Lost Lake Farm brand last year. more »»

Easter, 2017

April 14, 2017 URBANDALE — Is it your turn to host the annual family Easter celebration? Whether you’re planning for a large or small crowd, the American Egg Board has some new twists on traditional recipes and... more »»

Cooking with fish

April 7, 2017 Fish is an essential part of the human diet. Aside from being an excellent source of protein, fish is easy to digest and has a yard-long list of healthy attributes. more »»

Oatmeal: Not just a breakfast food

March 31, 2017 By LYN VANDEBRAKE lynwrites4U@yahoo. more »»

Potato salad passion

March 24, 2017 By JEAN TELLER From Grit magazine Mention potato salad in a group of people and stand back. You’ll be regaled with emphatic likes and dislikes, and probably as many recipes as there are individuals. more »»

Looking ahead to spring

March 17, 2017 As one of the most delectable harbingers of spring, asparagus spears will soon be poking up along fence lines and in gardens, to grace supper tables once again. more »»

A tasty, but enigmatic veggie

March 10, 2017 An artichoke is a beast — but you can tame it. It’s almost as much work to eat one as it is to prepare one, but that’s what makes it worth the effort. The flavor is sweet, vegetal and ric. more »»

Cooking by inspired instinct

March 3, 2017 MASON CITY — It was when Ella Lewerke started school that she learned to speak English. more »»

Take a bite of Danish heritage

February 24, 2017 As a child, I looked forward to winter mornings when Mom took the special aebleskiver pan from the cupboar. more »»

A winning recipe

February 17, 2017 By KRISS NELSON jknelson@frontiernet. more »»

The chocolate lover’s garden

February 10, 2017 Garden-fresh fruit and vegetables are delicious on their own and even mixed together in traditional ways. They are also key to the success of many sweet and savory baked goods. more »»

‘If we meet, we eat’

February 3, 2017 By DARCY DOUGHERTY MAULSBY yettergirl@yahoo. more »»

Homemade soup sure to delight

January 27, 2017 What better way to spend a cold winter’s day than simmering a pot of homemade soup? The comforting aroma permeates the house, with an appetizing scent that evokes memories of Grandma or Mom and all... more »»

Something for little hands

January 20, 2017 By LYN VANDEBRAKE lynwrites4U@yahoo. more »»

Italian farmhouse dinner

January 13, 2017 Italians have a passion for food. Good food. They’re driven by a passion for quality ingredients — much more so than just about any other culture, including the French. more »»

Paying homage to celery

January 6, 2017 By JOLENE STEVENS grovecorner@aol.com SIOUX CITY — Lowly celery stalks don’t often take center stage when cooking for family meals. more »»

She cooks, he ‘lovingly critiques’

December 30, 2016 GARNER — It’s a story worthy of a Hollywood movie. Iowa farm girl graduates from high school and goes to college in the big city, where she graduates with a degree as a registered nurs. more »»

Heavenly candy recipes

December 23, 2016 Candy-making carries a mystique that many folks find intimidating, but there is simply nothing that satisfies a holiday craving like homemade sweets. more »»

Homemade jerky for any pallet

December 16, 2016 JERKY: A definition would be meat that has been dried to a very low moisture content and usually does not require refrigeration. It is a favorite food for many Americans. more »»

Silver's golden cookbook

December 9, 2016 STORY CITY — Some say it all started in Nome, Alaska, when a 9-year old girl caught rainbow trout from a nearby river, cleaned them, cooked them over a campfire, and had them ready to eat by the tim... more »»

 
 

 

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