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Embrace the joy of the holidays

11/30/2018

I must admit, I caught the holiday spirit a little early this year. I started listening to Christmas music the morning after Halloween, and my freezer is filling up with holiday cookies I’m baking ahead of time.

Don’t let food-borne illness spoil your holiday

11/30/2018

If you’re hosting a holiday dinner this year, or if you’re bringing a favorite side dish to the festivities, it is only natural to want the meal to turn out as near to perfect as possible.

Listen to your body

11/30/2018

When the calendar flips to January 2019 and we start regretting all the cookies and huge meals we enjoyed over the holidays, it’s tempting to make a New Year’s resolution to get serious about losing weight.

Keeping it real

11/30/2018

While you can find more meat and dairy alternatives in the grocery store today, most Iowans still prefer to buy real meat and dairy foods, according to the latest Iowa Farm Bureau Food and Farm Index®.

Video: Iowa named best state by U.S. News and World Report

11/30/2018

Take a look back and discover why U.S. News and World Report named Iowa the best state in the nation in 2018.

Question: What is lab-grown meat, and how does it compare to real meat?

11/30/2018

Food industry insiders predict that lab-grown, or cell-cultured, meats will appear on restaurant menus and in grocery stores in the future.

Recipe: Four-way shredded beef

11/30/2018

From www.beefitswhatsfordinner.com

Need a Halloween costume? Dress up like a real farmer

10/2/2018

Here in Iowa, kids learn early on that it doesn’t matter how much they love their Halloween costumes, moms usually will make them cover up the superhero capes and princess dresses with a huge, warm coat for chilly trick-or-treat nights.

Pulled pork madness

10/2/2018

More than 6,000 votes were cast in the Iowa Pork Producer’s Association Pulled Pork Madness Facebook competition last March, bestowing Moo’s BBQ Burgers and Catering in Newton with the winning honors.

Choose the Halloween treat instead of the trick

10/2/2018

As parents, it’s difficult to set limits on how much candy our children eat when they come home from trick-or-treating with literally a bucket full of chocolate, licorice and lollipops.

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