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Prairie Fare: In a Pickle Over a Side Dish?   ( 2017-09-07 )
Pickles can be made from almost any vegetable or many fruits.
Prairie Fare: Ovens Are for Baking, Not Canning, and Other Food Preservation Tips   ( 2017-08-31 )
To avoid foodborne illnesses, use research-tested recipes and follow them carefully.
Prairie Fare: Is Any Food in Your Fridge Reaching Antique Status?   ( 2017-08-17 )
Be aware of food label lingo to avoid having to toss food.
Prairie Fare: Make Some Memories With Picnics   ( 2017-07-06 )
July is National Picnic Month, so make some picnic memories this month and all summer.
Prairie Fare: Should You Toss the Food or Eat It?   ( 2017-06-08 )
Dates on food packages are quality dates, not expiration dates.
Prairie Fare: Is It Time for an Oil Change in Your Kitchen?   ( 2017-04-20 )
Oils usually are more healthful than solid fats, but oils tend to become rancid more quickly than solid fats.
Prairie Fare: Grilled Fruits and Vegetables Add Flair to Your Menu   ( 2017-04-13 )
Remember food safety first when grilling.
Prairie Fare: Have You Enjoyed an Egg Lately?   ( 2017-02-23 )
Eggs are among nature’s most nutritious foods.
NDSU Extension Strengthens Programming to Meet Citizen Needs   ( 2017-01-11 )
Extension has added or strengthened programs in response to North Dakotans’ concerns.
Prairie Fare: Can Alcohol-containing Beverages Fit in a Healthful Diet?   ( 2016-12-22 )
If you consume alcohol, moderation is key.
Family Meals Matter   ( 2016-12-14 )
A new Extension program will help make family meals a reality.
Prairie Fare: Here’s How to Dine Out Healthfully   ( 2016-12-01 )
You can cut calories and still enjoy eating out.
Prairie Fare: Make Good Use of Leftover Food   ( 2016-11-17 )
Don’t let leftovers go to waste.
Prairie Fare: Keep Thanksgiving Meals Memorable for All the Right Reasons   ( 2016-11-10 )
Be sure to follow food safety guidelines when preparing your Thanksgiving dinner.
Prairie Fare: Mix the Wild Side of the Menu With Some Greens   ( 2016-10-27 )
Wild game is a good source of protein and is lower in fat and calories than some types of domesticated animal protein.
Stankiewicz Joins NDSU Extension Service   ( 2016-10-24 )
She serves as the western area community health and nutrition specialist.
Prairie Fare: What Kind of Hand Soap Do You Buy?   ( 2016-10-13 )
Soap’s effectiveness depends on spending enough time scrubbing your hands.
Prairie Fare: Can You Trust “As Seen On TV” or Facebook Ads?   ( 2016-09-08 )
Food canning isn't the time to get creative with new recipes or canning methods.
Prairie Fare: 10 Mini-fridge Makeover Tips for College or at Home   ( 2016-08-18 )
We all can benefit from stocking our refrigerators with healthful snacks.
Prairie Fare: Keep Your Food at Safe Temperatures   ( 2016-07-28 )
Bacteria can grow to dangerous levels if food is not kept at proper temperatures.

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