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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.
If you’re looking for a new vegetable, give cabbage’s crazy cousin a try.
The lakes draw many to live and vacation in our beautiful area. However, a common injury for those who fish or just hang out near docks and boats is becoming “hooked” when the intended catch was a fish.
Is everyone looking forward to fishing opener after this long winter? If you enjoy ice fishing you have had a nice long season! The end of April I saw a post on Facebook stating that it was 60 degrees out and this gentleman was heading out ice fishing! Only in Minnesota, right?!
Olive oil has a healthy reputation, but you’ve probably wondered if it’s worth paying a healthy price for a bottle.
“Practice self-care!” has been the battle cry of adults for years but these same people also realize that “saying” they want to commit to taking better care of their physical and emotional health is one thing
Food shopping can be confusing. More than 20,000 new products are introduced into grocery stores every year, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
One tradition many families enjoy during the Easter season is to dye hard boiled eggs. They are often bright and colorful, adding a nice touch to the dinner table, and are good tasting too!