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Couple goes back to their farm roots

October 23, 2015 crye@wctatel.net IRVINGTON — Dennis and Jane Schrauth grew up on farms between Bancroft and Swea City in northern Kossuth County. more »»

An Italian farmhouse dinner

October 16, 2015 By KAREN WILL From GRIT magazine Italians have a passion for food. Good food. more »»

Homemade jerky for any taste

October 9, 2015 By SHIRLEY SPLITTSTOESSER From GRIT magazine Jerky — meat that has been dried to a very low moisture content and usually does not require refrigeration — is a favorite food for many Americans. more »»

Mother, 4-H got her started

October 2, 2015 By KAREN SCHWALLER kschwaller@evertek.net MILFORD — Joann Gano grew up learning how to cook. “Mom taught me,” said the Clarinda native. more »»

A feed at Heirloom Acres

September 25, 2015 By DARCY DOUGHERTY MAULSBY yettergirl@yaho. more »»

Perfect tailgating snacking

September 18, 2015 By JOLENE STEVENS grovecorner@aol.com SLOAN — Lori Gallagher says fall is her favorite time of the year. more »»

Their busy season is all year

September 11, 2015 By CLAYTON RYE crye@wctatel.net WEST BEND — “I’m a short order cook,” said Ann Grimm. “I’m not really a recipe person. “At 4 p.m. more »»

Preparing grain corn for cooking

September 4, 2015 By ANTHONY BOUTARD From GRIT magazine The transformation of hard corn kernels into edible food follows three distinct pathways, two of which we’ll discuss her. more »»

Cooking leads to Chuck’s Chuckwagon

August 28, 2015 kschwaller@evertek.net SPIRIT LAKE — Nick “Chuck” Resch feels at home around the kitchen. more »»

Tries different recipes

August 21, 2015 fiddelke@longlines.com ORANGE CITY – Kay Kleinhesselink said she’s a farm girl, born and raised. more »»

Fly high, Chelsey

August 14, 2015 yettergirl;@yahoo.com LAKE CITY — For Andrew Lauver and Chelsey Henkenius, Dec. 26, 2014, was a night of reunions and celebrations and the unthinkable. more »»

It’s honey from the kitchen

August 7, 2015 grovecorner@aol.com NASHUA — Andrea Gates’ fondest memories are of accompanying her mother, Dorothy Gates, into a pasture for clover and driving along the roadside looking for wild roses. more »»

The Bakers’ guide

July 31, 2015 crye@wctatel. more »»

3 easy ways to use versatile peanuts

July 24, 2015 By TABITHA ALTERMAN From Mother Earth News After pure oils, nuts are the richest foods we eat. more »»

Food is her thing

July 17, 2015 jknelson@frontiernet.net GOWRIE — Deb Allard’s love for everything baking, cooking and gardening, she said, comes from her upbringing, and she carries on many of those traditions today. more »»

Kitchen lessons have endured

July 10, 2015 kschwaller@evertek.net MILFORD — Lynne Johnson grew up helping her father outside on his hog farm near Boone. But some of that came to a halt when she turned 13. more »»

Kolaches rise to the occasion

July 3, 2015 yettergirl@yahoo.com POOCAHONTAS — For many Pocahontas-area families, kolaches have long symbolized the region’s Czech and Bohemian roots. more »»

A June dairy month favorite

June 24, 2015 grovercorner@yahoo. more »»

A century of food prep

June 17, 2015 crye@wctatel.net FERTILE — On May 31, 1914, Ben and Ellen Miller, on their farm three miles west of Fertile, became the parents of their fourth child. They named her Viola. more »»

Making farm-fresh butter

June 12, 2015 By KAREN KEB From GRIT magazine Pure, unadulterated fresh milk from the farm is a luxury few of us remember, but it shouldn’t be. more »»

 
 

 

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