STAFF BLOG EVERYDAY GOURMET Whole Wheat Pumpkin Bars
These pumpkin bars are as delicious with whole wheat flour as they are when made with all purpose flour! There are not too many recipes that I can say that for, but this one is really true. Of course,... Posted on 10/31/13 at 8:58 AM
COURAGE IN THE KITCHEN Jerri’s Cracked Wheat Bread
Once upon a time there was a young woman named Jerri who lived in Kentucky. One day she decided to bake a bread that was different from the white bread she had been baking, so she went to the library... Posted on 10/25/13 at 10:34 AM
STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT A sure sign it's dry
Wheat harvest is under way in much of the region, and normally farmers would want dry weather so they can get off their wheat in good shape.
This year, however, many wheat farmers want rain, even tho... Posted on 8/20/13 at 7:49 AM
LIKE A FISH OUT OF FARGO Mock Duck/Seitan: How To Make Your Own & Save Money
I'm not a vegetarian but I love mock duck.
Mock duck, also known as seitan, is a vegetarian product made from wheat gluten, meaning it's not a good option for those with gluten sensitivities. I like ... Posted on 4/24/13 at 6:37 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
The earliest spring wheat being combined Wednesday on David Burkland’s field southwest of Grand Forks still is pretty late, all things considered. Last year, of course, was about as early as any growing season in memory in the greater Red River Valley, and crops turned out very good.
The United States is still racing to determine how unapproved genetically modified wheat was found growing in an Oregon field, a discovery that continued to roil global wheat markets on Friday as South Korean buyers stepped aside.
The two-day event Tuesday and Wednesday will include discussion about market promotion programs and export opportunities, as well as wheat research. County representatives also will be providing input on commission programs and funding for the coming year.
Farmers in northeast North Dakota and northwest Minnesota were pleased this spring when good weather allowed them to plant wheat and barley earlier than usual. They’re even more pleased now. Yields of newly-harvested fields are better than expected.
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