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Irish eats

March 2, 2018 By Kellsey Trimble GRIT Magazine Saint Patrick’s Day is the day of celebration in the name of a Christian missionary, keeping up with family traditions of our own, and eating green food — if you’re... more »»

Fresh fish

February 23, 2018 By KELLSEY TRIMBLE GRIT Magazine Fishing is a favorite hobby for rural folks during the summer months — and even the winter months for those up North who enjoy ice fishing. more »»

Classic county breakfast

February 16, 2018 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 »»

Bloomquist family raises what they eat

February 9, 2018 By Kristin Danley-Greiner farm—news—iowa—ksdg@msn. more »»

The GRIT staff shares its favorite recipes

February 2, 2018 By JEAN TELLER GRIT Magazine Everyone has a prized cookbook with one or more recipes that have become family favorites. more »»

Pizza perfection

January 19, 2018 By KAREN K. WILL GRIT Magazine If you live rurally, you probably haven’t “enjoyed” the convenience of home pizza delivery in year. more »»

Gluten-free goodies

January 5, 2018 By KELLSEY TRIMBLE GRIT Magazine Going gluten-free has been catching on in the culinary world in recent years, as many folks are finding that they are anywhere from mildly to severely affected by... more »»

A lifetime of great taste:

December 29, 2017 By Darcy Dougherty Maulsby EAGLE GROVE — On any given day, Katie Schultz isn’t just sitting around. more »»

Cooking with fish

December 22, 2017 By Karen K. Will GRIT Magazine 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 »»

Finding peace in holiday baking

December 18, 2017 By DAWN BLISS ms.dawn.thompson@gmai. more »»

Combining frugal farm lessons with foodie interests

November 30, 2017 By DAWN BLISS GRAND JUNCTION — Mary Hillman is a life-long fan of chickens. “My love of chickens started before I could even recall,” she sai. more »»

Biscuits and more

November 24, 2017 By TRACI SMITH GRIT Magazine Whether you’re dreaming of a delicious breakfast, lunch, or supper — or even an afternoon snack — we have just the thing. more »»

From farm to feast

November 17, 2017 By KRISTIN DANLEY-GREINER JEWELL — When they’re babies, they’re cute; when they’re adults, they’re tasty. They’re also raised in Iowa by farmers who take pride in being eighth in the U. more »»

Dressing or stuffingCall it what you want, this side dish has earned a spot on the table

November 10, 2017 By Carole Howell GRIT Magazine No denying it, Americans love the bread-based side dish integral to the Thanksgiving feast. more »»

Good cooks use turkey

November 3, 2017 By LAURA CARLSON AMES — Janelle Hill and Sheila Larson enjoy their jobs. more »»

Pork: a delicious, affordable protien

October 27, 2017 DES MOINES — Pork producers all over the state are celebrating National Pork Month, but chefs across the country are celebrating unbridled creativity, unequaled inspiration and unprecedented value. more »»

Cooking with venison

October 20, 2017 By LORI DUNN GRIT Magazine Autumn is a special time of year in our family. more »»

Creating an heirloom cookbook

October 13, 2017 By CAROL J. ALEXANDER GRIT Magazine My daughter began her career as a foodie at the age of 8, while I was confined to the couch for six weeks during pregnancy. more »»

Cooking with herbs

October 5, 2017 By KAREN SCHWALLER kschwaller@evertek. more »»

Homemade soups sure to delight

September 29, 2017 By DIANE HAWKES GRIT Magazine 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... more »»



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