STAFF BLOG MONKE BUSINESS Co-op store vital to Regent
REGENT Darrel Remington remembers when Regent supported three grocery stores.
All were important, of course, he said as he looked over a mostly quiet Main Street on the morning of Feb. 5. Then it ... Posted on 2/15/15 at 12:43 AM
STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT WITH AGWEEK REPORTER JONATHON KNUTSON GM food: Safe or not?
A lot of smart people have strong feelings, both pro and con, about genetically modified crops. Supporters say GM food will bring immense benefits to the world's growing population which needs more an... Posted on 2/3/15 at 8:23 AM
KINDNESS IS CONTAGIOUS First-Grader's Question Prompts Family to Help Hungry
The Christmas cookies are gone. The ham, roast beef or whatever you had for that special dinner is a distant memory. And yet, because donations tend to lag after the holidays, people in our community ... Posted on 1/11/14 at 8:21 AM
REAL OILFIELD WIVES The Oilfield Cafe: Bacon Ranch Foil Packet Potatoes
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I don't know about y'all, but summer means grilling season in our household. Hubby is a master with a charcoal grill and I'm always looking for yummy sides to pair with his ... Posted on 6/26/13 at 1:43 PM
RAY, N.D. -- What’s yellow and black, has six tires and a custom-built smoker?
It’s Tim Oldham’s school bus-turned-food truck in which he rustles up Southern-style
barbecue seven days a week on the outskirts of the small town of Ray in North Dakota’s oil country.
Whether for oilfield workers to send home to their families, or tourists passing through, Bakken-themed merchandise is taking off
DICKINSON, N.D. -- Oil isn’t the only item for which the “Bakken” name will move product.
Apparently, the phrase is supposed to go: You can’t teach an old dog new tricks. I’m finding that it’s tough for me, a not-so-old dog, to learn a new trick, too. That new trick is feeding myself food that’s not straight from a box.
We spend the Fourth of July at my parent’s lake, and my sister-in-law, Jenny Mathison, always makes a beautiful sheet cake topped with whipped cream and beautifully decorated flag-style with blueberries and raspberries.
Juice is a very common drink for children. Many children do not like the taste of milk, or maybe cannot tolerate it, and some may feel that water is too plain. Parents view juice as the next healthy alternative to water or milk, instead of soda.
Christina Rittenbach, NDSU Extension Service, Stutsman County
June 12, 2013
Why make your own pasta when you can easily just pour a box of store-bought noodles into a pot of boiling water?
As Chef Scott Motschenbacher shows “Hungry for More” host Jim Manney, the difference between the two leaves no competition.
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