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 9:21 AM
STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT WITH AGWEEK REPORTER JONATHON KNUTSON Ag scientists, this one's for you
It's been overshadowed by events in the western Dakotas and Washington, D.C., but the World Food Prize was awarded this week. It went to three researchers who played a prominent role in developing gen... Posted on 10/18/13 at 9:12 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 2:43 PM
STAFF BLOG AREAVOICES COMMUNITY Why didn't I think of that?
Every once in awhile, I run across a blog that makes me think, "Why didn't I think of that?"
Rose's Pin-Tests is one of those blogs: http://rosespintests.areavoices.com
The blog is written by a coll... Posted on 3/18/13 at 3:34 PM
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.
My father raised buckwheat on one of our fields, but I did not know it wasn’t a grain until I was in college. It is actually related to rhubarb. The only buckwheat we had at home was buckwheat pancakes made with buckwheat flour, so my ignorance was understandable.
Chuck Rang, "Courage in the Kitchen" on Areavoices
, May 20, 2013
Caribou isn’t exactly common in this part of the world but this recipe from Kris Winkelman’s “Ultimate Wild Game and Fish Cookbook” would work with just about any other wild game, from venison to elk, moose or antelope, as well. The key, Winkelman says, is to only cook the wild game steaks to medium rare for the finest flavor. Overcooking is the biggest mistake people make when preparing wild game.
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