COURAGE IN THE KITCHEN Great Auntie Ann’s Kolatchkes
A couple of years after we moved to the country from the thriving metropolis of Hayward, Wisconsin, John and Rose Hanus brought their family from Chicago, Illinois, to a house along the Namekagon rive... Posted on 12/2/13 at 10:43 AM
STAFF BLOG EVERYDAY GOURMET Au Gratin Sweet Potatoes
Are you still busy looking for side dish recipes for dinner tomorrow? Here is a delicious recipe for Au Gratin Sweet Potatoes. No, they are not the marshmallow classic that will be served at many than... Posted on 11/27/13 at 11:24 AM
REALLY EATING A local find -- say cheese!
I just learned yesterday of a local source for natural cheese and I headed over to Maple River Winery in Casselton right away this morning. The owner, Greg, told me last night that he stocks the all n... Posted on 6/8/13 at 8:45 AM
STAFF BLOG IN THE SPIRIT Here’s Peter Cottontail
Easter is behind us, but the fun-loving memories are ever upfront.
My grandchildren, Ethan, 8, and Elyn, 10, had a great time helping me make and decorate this bunny cake which, along with ice crea... Posted on 4/5/13 at 2:14 PM
PARENT INFORMATION CENTER Snacks for Families on the Go
PIC familiesalways seem to be on the go frompicking up kids at school, going to different activities, helping with homework,meetings, running errands and the list just goes on and on. But when is th... Posted on 2/22/13 at 12:53 PM
There's a reason Wisconsin is called the cheese capital of America. The Badger State produced 227 million pounds of cheese in June. That was one-fourth of the nation's cheese production that month, and a 2 percent increase over the state's production in June of last year.
Kraft Foods Inc. said today that it plans to split into two publicly traded companies, with one concentrating on its snack business like Oreo cookies and Trident gum while the other focuses on the North American grocery business, which includes Kraft cheese and Maxwell House coffee.
In the Twin Cities, two people in late September and early November were sickened with E. coli O157:H7 after eating artisanal cheese, said Doug Schultz, a spokesman for the state Department of Health. The victims, one of whom was hospitalized for a day, had E. coli strains that genetically matched those in the Oregon and Washington outbreak.
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