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Farm Recipe: Chicken Crock Pot Stew

🕔11:42, 2.Nov 2017

      As the weather gets colder, I find myself looking for those dishes that bring me warmth and comfort.  Here’s one that I recently discovered from the Farmers Almanac that I really enjoyed.  The recipe’s ingredients are quite simple

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This Spud’s For You!

🕔11:19, 19.Sep 2017

Along with the harvest of grains, beets and soybeans comes the mighty potato!  The Northern Plains of North Dakota and Minnesota is the third largest potato growing region in the country with over 250 growers producing over 40 million hundredweight of

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Independence…Every Day

🕔13:43, 26.Jun 2017

Our United States was officially born on July 4, 1776.  It was the day in history that the U.S. became a free and independent state from England, and ever since then, I believe our nation and it’s ideas of freedom

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Farm Recipe: Chicken Bacon Ranch Potato Bake

🕔08:59, 18.Apr 2017

This recipe had me at the title, and Janelle said it was a big hit at her house.  She did reduce the amount of potatoes she used considering the size she had purchased.  I’m definitely going to try this soon!

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Farmers and Valentine’s Day -Love All Around Updated

🕔11:50, 8.Feb 2017

Just in case some of you may have forgotten, next Tuesday is Valentine’s Day.  You know what that means, right?  Well, as much as it may pain you to buy or do something for that special someone in your life,

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Farm Recipe: Potato-Rice-Hamburger Hotdish Updated

🕔09:02, 26.Aug 2015

Here’s another family favorite from Janelle in our office.  This recipe is uncomplicated and covers your starch, vegetable and meat groups.  If you’re looking for a new idea for tonight’s supper, give this a try! Potato-Rice-Hamburger Hotdish 6 medium raw

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ND’s Specialty Crops Get Another Boost

🕔13:42, 9.Jun 2015

The state of North Dakota is getting another financial boost  towards the development of specialty crops.  This state is already among the nation’s leaders when it comes to producing dry peas, lentils, honey and confection flowers.  $2.3 million in grants

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VIDEO: Eat My Words – Don’t Waste

🕔16:24, 4.May 2015

Some London school students want to raise awareness regarding food waste, and they’re doing it in a very creative way.  It’s easy for most of us to toss leftovers and spoiled food from the refrigerator or scrape the remains of

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Farm Recipe: Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup Updated

🕔11:57, 26.Jan 2015

My friend loves making homemade soup, a few of my favorites of hers are Lasagna Soup and Minestrone Soup. She suggested I start small and then make the more complicated ones. My first go around was homemade chicken noodle and

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