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A morning dose of coffee or tea is often a must to get us going before the light of day. Many people look forward to that energy jolt from caffeine.
With Fall just around the corner our minds start drifting towards bonfires and hot apple cider. Apples are a favorite for many people. In fact, Americans consume 44 pounds of apples per person, each year. We are lucky to have so many orchards right here in Minnesota.
This a prime time to organize our breakfast plans. We’re back from vacation and setting up routines for work and the upcoming school year.
With the Minnesota State Fair just around the corner, the question is what is a foodie to look forward to?
The heart of summer brings delicious fruits and vegetables from our gardens, farmers markets and the overflowing produce departments at local grocery stores.
We’re snacking more than ever and overhauling the very definition of the American meal. Snack food is becoming the meal.
Summer brings an abundance of fresh fruits with great flavors that you only can taste in the peak of summer. Berries and melons are available locally in our gardens and farmers markets.
Summer is a time for lighter foods, including fresh fruits and veggies, whether they be from your garden, the local farmers market or the local grocery store.
When the nutrition facts label for foods was born in the 1980s, it was believed that explaining that some fats are good and other fats are bad would be too confusing.
With the warmer weather you may have already started grilling outdoors. Between grilling at home, picnics, family reunions and other outdoor events involving food it’s important to keep food safety in mind.