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The Iowa Dish Articles

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What are you grilling this summer?

6/2/2020

Like many of you, I’m planning to spend more time at home this summer. One of the unexpected benefits is that I’m getting to know my neighbors and community better.

What foods boost my immunity?

6/2/2020

We all are more focused on our health right now so we can continue to care for our families, neighbors and communities.

New wetlands help improve Iowa’s water quality

6/2/2020

A new wetland on Denny Lyle’s farm is expected to both solve an ongoing agronomic problem and produce long-term water quality benefits for decades to come. That’s exactly what the Keokuk County farmer was aiming for.

Iowans invited to ‘Feed the Need’

6/2/2020

The COVID-19 global pandemic has resulted in an increase in food insecure Iowans across the state.

Video: America's farmers: Ordinary people doing extraordinary things

6/2/2020

In uncertain times, America's farmers are persevering in growing the food, fuel, and fiber we need, and these former Hawkeyes want to share their appreciation.

Question: I’m visiting the grocery store less frequently to limit my exposure to the coronavirus. How do I maximize my shopping trips to ensure I’m making healthy, nutritious meals at home?

6/2/2020

To make your grocery shopping trip as efficient as possible, take some time to plan ahead, says Ruth Litchfield, professor of food science and human nutrition at Iowa State University.

Recipe: Pork and Pasta Skillet Supper

6/2/2020

From the Iowa Pork Producers Association

How does coronavirus impact your food?

5/8/2020

No question, our lives and routines have changed within the span of a few weeks, and perhaps nowhere is this more evident than how we choose to fill our grocery carts, fridges and pantries.

Keep calm and cook at home

4/2/2020

No question, our lives and routines have changed within the span of a few weeks, and perhaps nowhere is this more evident than how we choose to fill our grocery carts, fridges and pantries.

Farmers remain committed to food safety and animal care

4/2/2020

When we choose to buy real meat and poultry for our dinner table, we trust that farmers are doing whatever they can to ensure food safety and provide the best possible care for farm animals.

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