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A century of food prep

June 17, 2015 crye@wctatel.net FERTILE — On May 31, 1914, Ben and Ellen Miller, on their farm three miles west of Fertile, became the parents of their fourth child. They named her Viola. more »»

Making farm-fresh butter

June 12, 2015 By KAREN KEB From GRIT magazine Pure, unadulterated fresh milk from the farm is a luxury few of us remember, but it shouldn’t be. more »»

Making farm-fresh butter

June 12, 2015 By KAREN KEB From GRIT magazine Pure, unadulterated fresh milk from the farm is a luxury few of us remember, but it shouldn’t be. more »»

The wholesome joy of peasant fare

June 5, 2015 by MARGARET SAUL From Grit magazine Traveling produces wonderful memories of exciting places, different people and exotic foods. more »»

Cooking with fire

May 29, 2015 By KAREN KEB From Grit magazine When you live on a farm, all four seasons bring their unique delights, but summer is the one that invites us to spend as much time outside as humanly possible. more »»

Kitchen therapy

May 22, 2015 jknelson@frontiernet. more »»

Generational cooking

May 15, 2015 kschwaller@evertek.net EVERLY — Emma Pearson said she enjoys her kitchen and bakes something nearly every day for someone in her family. But it wasn’t because her mother taught her so well. more »»

Steak and eggs

May 8, 2015 yettergirl@yahoo.com BUCKEYE — Annette Sweeney’s cooking motto is simple. “For me, a messy kitchen is a productive kitchen. more »»

Beef: May’s favorite meat

May 1, 2015 grovecorner@aol. more »»

It’s all hands-on in her kitchen

April 24, 2015 crye@wctatel.net STANHOPE — Nila Zanker described herself as “a hands-on kind of person. more »»

Master of the kitchen

April 17, 2015 fiddelke@longlines.com IRETON — Susan Houlton’s baked goods look perfect, as if cosmetically enhanced by a food magazine’s art department. But they weren’t. more »»

Discovered a love of cooking

April 10, 2015 jknelson@frontiernet.net JOLLEY — Jennifer Scheidegger has a passion for baking and cooking that she hopes to turn into a career someday. more »»

Gluten-free cooking

April 3, 2015 By KAREN SCHWALLER kschwaller@evertek.net LAKE PARK — Life changed for Phyllis Johnson two years ago when she first heard the term celiac disease. “I can’t eat wheat,”she sai. more »»

From farm to fork

March 27, 2015 yettergirl@yahoo.com LAKE CITY — While cancer can take away a person’s physical abilities, it can’t destroy love or conquer the spirit. more »»

The kitchen as tension therapy

March 20, 2015 grovecorner@aol.com SERGEANT BLUFF — Laura Schiller takes a last minute check of the slow cooker with beans saying her kitchen-time isn’t just about cooking and baking. more »»

Her story begins (and ends) at home

March 13, 2015 crye@wctatel.net STANHOPE — Billie Shelton’s meals are served on a refinished antique wood table her parents bought at an auction for $3 when she was growing up on the family farm south of Stanhope. more »»

Super-simple suppers

March 6, 2015 By NATALIE K. GOULD From GRIT magazine Spring is a time of rejuvenation after a dormant winter season. But we have to get there first. more »»

Flavors taste good

February 27, 2015 LYTTON — The love of creativity and trying new things is what drives Rosa Kennebeck in the kitchen. more »»

Whole grain baking

February 20, 2015 What exactly is a whole grain? According to the Whole Grains Council, “Whole grains, or food made from them, contain all the essential parts and naturally occurring nutrients of the entire grain see... more »»

Mmmm, Mmmm good

February 13, 2015 ROCKWELL CITY— While soup is often considered little more than a prelude to something bigger, that’s not the case at the Rockwell City Fire Department. more »»

 
 

 

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