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"Home with the Lost Italian" food writer Sarah Nasello says this pasta salad is loaded with bacon, lettuce, tomato and avocado.
Providers say it’s the result of a sinister combination of factors leading working parents and seniors to venture to food shelves for the first time: the rising price of everything — including food — combined with the expiration of a host of COVID-inspired government subsidies, from stimulus checks to tax credits.
"Home with the Lost Italian" food writer Sarah Nasello says her recipe for these easy-to-make pastries is a terrific way to showcase seasonal fruits.
Deadline for entrants to apply is July 8. The winner will get to choose between a pie safe (value of $1,400) or a $500 gift card, courtesy of Home of Economy. Also, the winner will get $500 cash, in the name of their business sponsor.

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Columnist Tammy Swift recommends using plain, old Persian limes to create an egg-free Key lime pie that's every bit as tart and tasty as one made the traditional way.
McDonald's in March 2022 accepted the Dakota Russet, developed by Asunta “Susie” Thompson, an NDSU potato breeder and associate professor of plant science.
"Home with the Lost Italian" food columnist Sarah Nasello says these Mediterranean Chicken Burgers are savory, mouthwatering, healthy — and deliciously addictive.
Owamni opened its doors in 2021 and shares its name with the place at the historic falls along the Mississippi River — Wakpa Tanka, as Dakota people say.
The free event will also feature family activities and youth art projects, organizers say.
"Home with the Lost Italian" food writer Sarah Nasello says this quick and easy dish makes a great snack with big flavors without big calories.

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Small meat processors were thrust into the spotlight early in the COVID pandemic and now are benefitting from grants and programs to help them expand. Jenniges Meat Processing in Brooten, Minnesota, is a prime example.
One case linked to the outbreak has been reported in North Dakota and one case has been reported in Minnesota.
East Grand Forks Mayor Steve Gander confirmed Yeh’s arrival during April’s State of the City Address & Luncheon. After much speculation and rumors floated around online, Yeh herself has now confirmed the new business venture.

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