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Enjoy an egg-cellent spring

4/3/2018

Spring is by far my favorite time of year. The birds are chirping, the grass is greening up - and eggs are on sale for the season.

Just put an egg on it

4/3/2018

One of today’s trendiest ingredients on restaurant menus and on Instagram is likely already nestled in your fridge.

Monarch conservation takes flight

4/3/2018

Before spring planting begins, now is a great time to start the prep work to plant habitat for monarch butterflies and other pollinators, experts say.

Keep it hot, but keep it safe

4/3/2018

The hottest new appliance in Iowa kitchens right now is the Instant Pot, or electric pressure cooker.

Video: U.S. News and World Report names Iowa "best state" in 2018

4/3/2018

See all the reasons U.S. News and World Report recently named Iowa the "best state" in the nation in 2018!

Question: Now that spring produce is arriving in grocery stores, what are easy ways to add more fruits and vegetables to my family’s diet?

4/3/2018

Fresh, frozen or canned fruits and vegetables all count toward the recommended five fruits and vegetables a day, says Rachel Wall, registered dietitian and human sciences specialist in nutrition and wellness with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.

Recipe: Easter Bunny’s Eggs in a Basket

4/3/2018

From Incredible Edible Egg, www.incredibleegg.org

Let’s beef up for the Big Game

1/29/2018

Are you ready for some football – and a plate full of buffalo wings? I’m already planning my Super Bowl menu, although I’m not sure if I have the talent to make a giant snackadium.

The best care for farm animals

1/29/2018

It’s cold and flu season here in Iowa, and many of us will need to take antibiotics to fight off bronchitis or sinus and ear infections. Farm animals also get sick sometimes.

Beef: It’s what’s healthy for dinner

1/29/2018

To achieve your healthy-eating goals, it’s important to include foods that you enjoy in your diet, says Rochelle Gilman, a registered dietitian with the Iowa Beef Industry Council.

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