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A profitable hobby

March 8, 2013 By CLAYTON RYE crye@wctate. more »»

Loving her rural life

March 1, 2013 TERRIL — Mary Berg said growing up in town didn’t prepare her for what the rest of her life would be like living on a farm. more »»

Cooking over open flames

February 22, 2013 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 »»

Crazy about cupcakes

February 8, 2013 By DARCY DOUGHERTY MAULSBY yettergirl@yahoo. more »»

Don’t be chicken with goose eggs

February 1, 2013 By CLAYTON RYE HAMPTON — For most people when they say they have a goose egg, they are referring to a welt, especially a bump on the hea. more »»

Relearning to cook on reduced salt

January 25, 2013 By KAREN SCHWALLER MILFORD — Donna Gould said she has a salt shaker in her kitchen no. more »»

Trial and error was baker’s mentor

January 18, 2013 By KRISS NELSON HUMBOLDT — Dianne Andersen, a lifelong Humboldt area resident, is known for treats she bakes for friends and family. more »»

Soup's On

January 11, 2013 By DARCY DOUGHERTY MAULSBY LAKE CITY — A savory, satisfying, nutritious bowl of soup can do more than just accompany a meal; it can be the meal. more »»

1900-era cooking

January 2, 2013 By DAVE DEVALOIS URBANDALE — Lots of cooks toss around the idea of an “old-fashioned” dinner, but Kate Dahl makes it happen as part of her job. more »»

Busy hands = happy hands

December 21, 2012 By KAREN SCHWALLER TERRIL — To say that Glenda Von Ehwegen likes to be busy is like saying that the ocean has a little water in it. “I like to stay active,” she said. more »»

Busy mother enjoys kitchen chores

December 14, 2012 By ROBYN KRUGER OCHEYEDAN — Up for a challenge? Try being a farm wife, mother of four and a full-time day care provider. more »»

Good deeds become cottage industry

December 6, 2012 By KRISS NELSON FORT DODGE — Marcie Welter has been baking treats in the kitchen since she was a young child. more »»

Boredom led him to the kitchen

November 23, 2012 By DOUG CLOUGH ARTHUR — One thing’s for certain: Junior Reetz doesn’t sit well, even under a doctor’s orders. more »»

Making their own meeting treats

November 16, 2012 By CLAYTON RYE HAMPTON — Pat Sackville is a lifelong resident of this central Wright County community, who said, “I’ve been here forever. more »»

Sweet treats from the kitchen

November 9, 2012 By ROBYN KRUGER rangerob@hickorytech HAWARDEN — Alice Jongma thrills her friends and neighbors with special sweet treats from her kitchen. more »»

4-H started cooking ‘career’

November 2, 2012 By KAREN SCHWALLER MILFORD — Stepping into Teresa Loerts’ 150-year-old kitchen, it doesn’t take long to see that she’s all about life on the farm and life with her famil. more »»

Cooking efficiency

October 26, 2012 By KRISS NELSON RADCLIFFE — Being efficient in the kitchen is something Mary Skartvedt said she’s been since she was a very young girl. more »»

Winning groceries for a year

October 19, 2012 WEST DES MOINES — This fall, the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation is offering the opportunity of Iowans meeting Iowa farmers, take video tours of their farms and register for a chance to win free... more »»

Trashing mom's kitchen

October 12, 2012 By DOUG CLOUGH ODEBOLT — When many mothers do their best to keep their kitchen spotless, Ellen Buehler’s mother was encouraging her three girls to do the opposite. more »»



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