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Her story begins (and ends) at home

March 13, 2015 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 »»

A passion for flavor

February 6, 2015 SIOUX CITY — As Jami Mattox assembles ingredients for one of her favorite recipes, her running conversation reveals a passion for sprucing up traditional recipes. more »»

Never short on protein

January 30, 2015 NORA SPRINGS — Alicia Schmitt grew up on a cattle farm near Colwell in Floyd County, the oldest of three sisters. more »»

Finding common ground

January 16, 2015 HARCOURT — Newlyweds Don and Mickey Feilmeier have found a common ground in their marriage — the kitchen. “We enjoy being together, working alongside each other,” said Mickey Feilmeier. more »»

Candy is dandy

January 9, 2015 KINGSLEY — Christmas is Barbara Crabb’s time to shin. more »»

Learning from the best

January 2, 2015 ROCKWELL CITY—The family that cooks together, stays together. more »»

Schooled in the kitchen

December 26, 2014 By JOLENE STEVENS SIOUX CITY — Being home-schooled in the McGowan household includes lessons in the kitche. more »»

Cooking: It’s more than feeding

December 19, 2014 LEDYARD — A rural Ledyard family farmer said she has always enjoyed her time spent in the kitchen, but the end result isn’t always just a meal for her family. more »»

When healthy foods go back-burner

December 12, 2014 By MICHELE LINCK INWOOD — Clazina Burggraaf, 74, is a dynamo. She is a long-time high school special education teacher. more »»

Carrying on Norwegian tradition

December 5, 2014 GILMAN — Bernice Crandon, soon to be 90, doesn’t let her age get in the way of keeping up a busy lifestyle both in and out of the kitchen. more »»

Cooking for others is her delight

November 28, 2014 WALLINGFORD—Jane Olson grew up cooking. It was just part of the deal. more »»

Thanksgiving: Round two

November 21, 2014 By DARCY DOUGHERTY MAULSBY AMES — For anyone lucky enough to have leftovers after Thanksgiving, the feast doesn’t have to end. more »»

Finds canning fun, relaxing

November 14, 2014 By JOLENE STEVENS grovecorner@aol. more »»

Shares Kleyer family’s favorite recipes

October 31, 2014 By MICHELE LINCK ORANGE CITY — Carol Kleyer is the third generation to make a living on her grandparents’ original farm. more »»

Simplifying her kitchen life

October 24, 2014 JEFFERSON — A farm wife who is mother to four girls and works off the farm has devised a way to simplify her life — at least in the kitche. more »»

Remembering Sept. 11

October 17, 2014 ST. MARYS — Ginger Tribby said she doesn’t do a lot of cooking. more »»



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