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The Iowa Dish Articles

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Baseball, burgers and beer: Savor the summer in Iowa

5/28/2019

I know it’s officially summertime when RVs roll through town on their way to Saylorville Lake; cyclists return to the nearby High Trestle Trail; and our neighborhood ice cream shop, the Filling Station in Madrid, opens for the season.

Beef and brews: A delicious partnership

5/28/2019

There’s nothing better in the summer than a Prime steak or an all-beef burger on the grill.

Bite for bite, the best burger in Iowa

5/28/2019

Enjoying the view from the indoor patio at the Oskaloosa Public Golf Course, Wood Iron Grille diners bask in the atmosphere and the culinary experience, including Iowa’s 2019 Best Burger.

Batter up! Root for the home team at Pig Pen Park

5/28/2019

A gentle breeze caresses a warm summer night. The sky fills with pigment-rich hues as the sun sets over the Iowa cornfield. The crack of a bat against a ball echoes through the prairie stillness.

Video: Iowa Minute: Measuring Soil and Water Conservation Techniques

5/28/2019

From cover crops to terraces, Iowa farmers use many techniques to protect the water and soil, and Iowa is the only state to thoroughly track those practices.

Question: Is grass-fed beef better for the environment?

5/28/2019

You may have heard that grass-fed beef is better for the environment than conventionally raised, grain-fed beef.

Recipe: Red, white and blue fruit salad

5/28/2019

Recipe from Wisconsin Cheese, www.wisconsincheese.com

Iowans care about the environment, and it shows

4/2/2019

Like many Iowans, I’m looking forward to spending more time outside as the weather warms up this spring. Most days, you can find me either walking or biking on the High Trestle Trail in central Iowa.

Beef: A sustainable choice

4/2/2019

As if nutrition advice isn’t confusing enough, there’s a new dietary trend that focuses more on the health of our planet than on the health of our bodies.

Monarch counts soar in 2019

4/2/2019

One of Iowans’ favorite signs of spring, iconic monarch butterfly, is also showing early signs of growth and recovery.

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