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Culinary Tour savors Iowa’s farming, food heritage

April 26, 2019 By DARCY DOUGHERTY MAULSBY DES MOINES — There’s no denying that much of Des Moines’ dynamic, diverse culinary scene is rooted in the farming heritage that defines Iowa. more »»

Find the right brew for you

April 18, 2019 By CAROL J. ALEXANDER GRIT Magazine Coffee is personal. Raising the topic in a crowd —whether how to brew it or how to drink it—starts discussion rivaling religion and politics in enthusiasm. more »»

Cooking with spears of green

April 12, 2019 By LAURA CARLSON laura@carlsonwrites. more »»

Cooking with spears of green

April 12, 2019 By LAURA CARLSON laura@carlsonwrites. more »»

Grow healthy, delicious blueberries

March 28, 2019 By CINDY MURPHY GRIT Magazine Henry David Thoreau wrote of the blueberry, “They ripen first on the tops of hills, before they who walk in the valleys suspect it. more »»

Enjoy lamb as a flexible addition for your Easter dinner

March 25, 2019 By KRISTIN DANLEY-GREINER Farm—News—Iowa— NEWTON — For approximately three decades, Barb and Randy Stewart of Newton have enjoyed the fruits of their labor, especially at Easter time. more »»

No-hassle, no-bake cookies

March 15, 2019 By JEAN TELLER GRIT Magazine As the temperatures start to rise, we begin looking for ways to stay cool, and that goes double for kitchen dut. more »»

Treats are fun to make and eat

March 7, 2019 By JEAN TELLER GRIT Magazine Something old, something new is as good a recipe for holiday cooking as for June weddings, and wonderful cooks spend the holiday season in a flurry of cooking and bakin. more »»

A honey of a dish

March 1, 2019 By National Honey Board Honey is much more than a topping for toast, biscuits or waffles. It can add sweetness and flavor to any dis. more »»

Wild Rose Farms

February 22, 2019 By KRISTIN DANLEY-GREINER Farm—News—Iowa—KSDG@msn. more »»

Fantastic holiday fare

February 15, 2019 By JEAN TELLER GRIT Magazine Holiday menus are made of memories. more »»

Old-fashioned cookies for the 21st century

February 8, 2019 By LINDA ROUNTREE GROVE GRIT Magazine As a youngster, my favorite sweet treats were cookies. more »»

Baking is for sharing

February 4, 2019 By DARCY DOUGHERTY MAULSBY yettergirl@yahoo. more »»

A bittersweet love affair

January 25, 2019 By KAREN K. WILL GRIT Magazine This time of year ushers in snowfall and mittens, leafless trees and blazing woodstoves, and, of course, mountains of recipes for comfort foo. more »»

Cool weather soups

January 23, 2019 By JEAN TELLER GRIT Magazine 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 soup, a loaf of... more »»

A family bakes, a business begins

January 11, 2019 By LAURA CARLSON laura@carlsonwrites. more »»

Beef: a part of a healthy diet

January 4, 2019 By KAREN SCHWALLER ESTHERVILLE — Beef and the safety of the product were the topics of a hands-on workshop, Beefing Up Your Diet, that was held this fall in Estherville. more »»

A buffet of Scandinavian proportions

December 28, 2018 By KAREN K. WILL GRIT Magazine In colloquial English, the word “smorgasbord” is used to describe “a delightful (if not overwhelming) array of choices,” and rightly so. more »»

Mincemeat cookies and more

December 20, 2018 By JEAN TELLER GRIT Magazine Among the holiday treats from my childhood were cookies shaped in half-moons, the sweet dough pressed around a dollop of mincemeat and puffed to a golden brown. more »»

Farm News favorites

December 14, 2018 As you start preparing for your holiday meals, you might want to try some of these dishes that are favored by some of the staff at Farm News. more »»



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