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Make Baked Onions For a Healthy and Delicious Side

Make Baked Onions For a Healthy and Delicious Side

Moist and sweet without any heavy ingredients, these onions perfectly complement a steak.

Bake Rye Plum Crisp For A Summer Evening Treat

Bake Rye Plum Crisp For A Summer Evening Treat

Combine tart seasonal plums, rye flakes, and ice cream for a melt-in-your-mouth dessert.

Make a Cucumber Dill Yogurt Salad

Make a Cucumber Dill Yogurt Salad

This healthy, refreshing salad is the perfect go-to when you need a quick and easy meal!

Japanese Ratatouille: A Summery Stew

Japanese Ratatouille: A Summery Stew

Bring out the flavor of your fresh seasonal vegetables with miso, ginger and sesame.

Try Mexican Corn on the Cob Known as Elote

Try Mexican Corn on the Cob Known as Elote

Eloté is served hot with mayonnaise, Cotija cheese, and Ancho chile powder.

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California Drought Has Wild Salmon Competing With Almonds For Water

Thousands of Chinook salmon are struggling to survive in the Klamath River, where waters are running dangerously low and warm. Cold reservoir water is instead going to farms in the Central Valley.

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A coffee entrepreneur claims his brew is different — and better — than the trendy civet poop coffee. And it starts with the idea that elephants, unlike humans or civets, are herbivores.

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Planting Your Garden for Preserving Your Harvest: Part 6

This article was written collaboratively by Lavonne Meyer and Mary Roduner.

Whether you call it the “gold rush of South Dakota” or “sweet corn season”, it means an import...

Altitudes

This article was written collaboratively by Lavonne Meyer and Jessica Becker.


Home canning is a very practical way to preserve extra food on hand or to preserve a food to enjoy year round. There ...

Pressure Canners

This article was written collaboratively by Lavonne Meyer and Jessica Becker.


Before the 1970’s pressure canners were heavy-walled kettles with clamp-on or turn-on lids. These pressure cann...