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Some dogs really do eat the kids' homework
Missing a sock? Maybe the dog ate it. Dogs eat some strange things and if yours is munching its way through the laundry, it's important to find out why. Sara-Louise Newcomer is a clinical...
Save money while creating jobs and markets for local products
The strong demand for locally processed food has many communities around the country developing shared-use kitchens. Entrepreneurs can prepare and process products in these facilities without the...
Meet Cristen Clark, a pig farmer who blogs about "food and swine"
Cristen Clark of Runnells, Iowa had been entering food contests for a few years when she got the idea to start a food blog. She needed one place to document all of her recipes. “Food and Swine...
Whip up something special for your valentine with these heartfelt recipes.
Here are the recipes you'll want to include in your Super Bowl party spread.
How much food do you throw out just because it’s past the date that’s labeled on the package?
I recently found an old jar of spaghetti sauce hiding at the back of the kitchen cupboard that had a “use by” date from several years ago. It got tossed. But if I had found it just a few...
Thank a beet farmer for satisfying your sugar craving
Fifty-four-percent of the sugar grown in the United States comes from beets. Sugar beets are grown throughout the northern states. In general, if you live in the middle of the country, you’re...
Weigh the risks and benefits and then decide if it's for you
Pasteurization was developed after milk was discovered to be a vehicle for dangerous food-borne pathogens. Heating milk to high temperatures and then swiftly cooling it slows microbial growth and...
Let the slow cooker help you stay warm with these pleasing soups and stews.
Rise and shine! Pancakes are on! Make one of these tasty recipes, and your family will come running to the table!