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It’s “chili” weather here in Iowa

10/2/2020

I recently read a joke online about how when the temperatures dip below 70 degrees for the first time in the fall, then Iowans rush home to cook homemade chili.

Cook once, eat all week

10/2/2020

We’re all cooking more at home this fall, and you can find some great money-saving deals at the meat counter right now to make your favorite comfort food dishes for cozy family meals.

The Best Pulled Pork in Iowa

10/2/2020

It doesn’t get much better than stopping for a barbecue pork sandwich and a cold brew on a crisp fall day, while you’re on a drive to see the fall colors or to a football game.

Iowa conservation: Actions speak louder than words

10/2/2020

Mark Jackson of Mahaska County was an early adopter of conservation practices to protect soil and water on his farm.

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

10/2/2020

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: What’s the best immunity-boosting diet?

10/2/2020

A healthy diet — including fruits and vegetables, dairy and protein-rich meat and poultry — plays a vital role in helping our immune system work like it should, protecting our bodies from viruses and other germs that can make us sick, explains Rochelle Gilman, a registered dietitian with the Iowa Beef Industry Council.

Recipe: Beef & Pasta with Asian Peanut Sauce

10/2/2020

From Rochelle Gilman, registered dietitian, Iowa Beef Industry Council

Healthy foods, healthy Iowa communities

8/6/2020

If there’s one thing I learned over these past historic months, it’s that we need to support the local businesses that we missed so much when they shut down.

Eat local. Eat healthy.

8/6/2020

Iowa growers and farmers markets are committed to providing safe, nutritious foods.

Food safety from grill to plate

8/6/2020

We’re all focused on staying healthy these days. Experts say a nutritious diet – including fruits and vegetables, dairy and protein-rich meat and poultry - plays a vital role in helping our immune system work like it should, protecting our bodies from viruses and other germs that can make us sick.

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