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NDSU Researchers Find Bad Bacteria Reducer   ( 2013-10-01 )
A mood enhancement substance may help fight dangerous bacteria.
Prairie Fare: Just One Lick of Batter Could Make You Sick   ( 2013-09-19 )
Cookie dough and cake batter usually contain raw eggs, which may be contaminated with salmonella.
Prairie Fare: Use Safe Containers for Canning, Preparing Foods   ( 2013-09-05 )
Containers that are “food grade” must meet higher standards for sanitation and safety.
Prairie Fare: Try Protein-rich Quinoa on Your Menu   ( 2013-08-29 )
Often called the “mother grain,” quinoa has been used for food for at least 5,000 years.
Prairie Fare: Be Appreciative of Your Modern-day Appliances, Including Microwave Ovens   ( 2013-08-22 )
At one time, cooking temperatures were determined by the amount of time you could hold your hand in the oven.
Prairie Fare: Historical Canning Recipes Not Necessarily Safe   ( 2013-08-01 )
Recommendations change as scientists learn more about what is safe and what isn’t.
Prairie Fare: Try These Bountiful Onion Tips   ( 2013-07-11 )
Onions are among the most popular vegetables, contributing flavor, vitamin C, fiber and health-promoting natural antioxidants to your recipes.
Prairie Fare: Consider These Fresh-squeezed Facts About Juice   ( 2013-07-03 )
If you have children or grandchildren, you might be especially interested in the American Academy of Pediatrics’ recommendations.
Prairie Fare: Edible Flowers Add Beauty to the Menu   ( 2013-06-27 )
If you want to add flowers to your home menu, you might want to try growing some specifically for this purpose.
Prairie Fare: Spilling the Beans About Snap Beans   ( 2013-06-20 )
Snap beans can be an important part of a healthy diet for several reasons.
Prairie Fare: Pack Up for a Picnic   ( 2013-05-23 )
Picnic menus can consist of almost anything from gourmet box lunches picked up at a restaurant to peanut butter sandwiches to burgers prepared on a portable grill.
Prairie Fare: Son’s Graduation Prompts Food for Thought   ( 2013-05-09 )
Do you need to keep food hot or cold for a while before you serve the food? How will you do that? Do you have the right equipment?
Prairie Fare: Food Additives Serve Unique Purposes   ( 2013-04-25 )
Food additives have been regulated for more than 100 years, dating back to the Food and Drug Act in 1906.
Prairie Fare: Freezer Meals Take the Heat Off Daily Cooking   ( 2013-04-18 )
If we are “cooped up” in our homes by ongoing snow, sleet or rain, we could use some of the time indoors to prepare meals ahead of time.
Prairie Fare: Clean As You Go in Your Kitchen   ( 2013-01-10 )
Bacteria, including salmonella and E. coli, easily can spread from meat to other surfaces such as cutting boards, your hands, utensils and plates. Cross-contamination is a leading cause of foodborne illness.
Prairie Fare: Your Freezer Questions Answered   ( 2012-12-27 )
Keep an appliance thermometer in your freezer and check it periodically.
Prairie Fare: Be Prepared for Kids in the Kitchen With This Quiz   ( 2012-12-20 )
As children grow and mature, they become capable of doing different tasks in the kitchen.
Prairie Fare: Well-chosen Appliances Bring Rewards   ( 2012-11-15 )
You can save energy, water and money when you choose appliances.
Prairie Fare: What To Do If Your Freezer Goes Out   ( 2012-11-01 )
Unfortunately, I have had this sort of phone call many times in my career.
Prairie Fare: Vision and Nutrition Sometimes Are Connected   ( 2012-09-27 )
If you or someone you know is experiencing issues with low vision, consider some ways to help yourself or that person with food preparation.

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