COURAGE IN THE KITCHEN Mixed Bean Pot
There was a time when I hated beans. Green beans, especially, but also yellow wax beans. Beans that grew in thousand-foot-long rows tangled with weeds. Weeds that I had been hired to kill with my t... Posted on 11/2/13 at 2:31 PM
GARDEN TALK Growing Healthy Vegetables
Josh Kielsmeier, University of Minnesota graduate student under Michelle Grabowski, presented an enlightening garden talk and walk titled Growing Healthy Vegetables on the evening of August 13 to twen... Posted on 9/8/13 at 5:34 PM
THE DIRT: THE REAL DIRT ON GARDENING FROM A MASTER GARDENER IN MOORHEAD, MINNESOTA The vegetable report
That sounds really official, doesn't it? I hope you didn't get your hopes up too high. ;)
Between the two of us, we managed to get the vegetable garden planted after getting home from the lake early ... Posted on 5/29/13 at 6:43 AM
PARENT INFORMATION CENTER Spring into Activites for Kids!
Hello PIC parents! Spring is here! The birds are chirping, the sun is warm and shining and flowers are starting to bloom. Spring is a great time to try many new activities outside! Here are some fre... Posted on 4/13/13 at 6:21 AM
REAL OILFIELD WIVES The Skinny on Bountiful Baskets
Oilfield life often comes with living in small towns with inflated prices on groceries. Selections are scarce, prices are high, lines are long, and trying to find good-for-you foods is just plain inc... Posted on 4/3/13 at 8:37 AM
UPDATED 10:47 A.M. Florida farmers worked to salvage millions of dollars worth of crops and sun-seeking tourists were met with chilly temperatures expected to last through the weekend as an unusual Southern cold snap gripped the Gulf states today.
If you haven't pulled out your soup pot yet, Herald Food Editor Jeff Tiedeman says there's no better time than now. And at Chef Jeff, the Red River Valley's newest food blog of fun, at Chef Jeff, he serves up a couple of recipes that will have you reaching for the cupboard.
Less than 10 percent of U.S. high school students are eating the combined recommended daily amount of fruits and vegetables, a finding that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention called “poor” in a report Tuesday.
Minot is filling up with Scandinavians this week. It’s the week of the Norsk Hostfest, which draws tens of thousands of people each year along with hundreds of artists, chefs and craftsmen. The festival starts Tuesday and runs through Saturday.
Sweet potatoes rank near the top among vegetables Sweet potatoes used to be one of those vegetables that you’d see served only at holiday meals such as Thanksgiving and Christmas. But they’re not anymore, and I’m darned glad.
Victory gardens — or in plainer terms vegetable and/or a fruit gardens — are now beginning to be called recession gardens because of the economy. More and more people are beginning to start their own recession gardens to save money, as well as reap the benefits of healthier food.
Economy spurs home garden boom With the recession in full swing, many Americans are returning to their roots — literally — cultivating vegetables in their backyards to squeeze every penny out of their food budget.
Citrus growers and vegetable growers appeared today to have weathered the statewide freeze better than expected, but tomato growers took a hit as temperatures stayed below freezing long enough to cause damage to some of those crops.
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