Food

Recipes and kitchen tips for rural America

Benefits of Chocolate Are Too Good to Be True

By Lois Hoffman

Chocolate is probably America's favorite comfort food. Now, experts are saying that its consumption — in moderation — is also good for you. Life is good!


Easy Pumpkin Puree From Scratch

By Jordan Charbonneau

Many of us are fans of all things pumpkin come autumn, but how many of us would know what to do with an actual pumpkin? Using fresh pumpkin is a lot easier than you'd think, and this post can have you there in just couple of hours!


5 Delicious Meals to Make with Veggies Fresh from the Garden

By James White

Make the most of your fresh garden produce with these easy and irresistible meals!


Mater Munchies and Apple Leather

By Allan Douglas

Drying the late summer harvest yields wonderful treats like apple leather and cherry tomato munchies.


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Where A Burger Isn't Always A Burger

By Lois Hoffman

Traveling through Greenville, Ohio, I discovered a great little burger place where a burger isn't really a burger.


Butter, Butter, Which Is The Better Butter?

By Lois Hoffman

The debate has been going on for quite a while: which is better for you, real butter or margarine? Not that we will ever settle the debate for sure, but here are some facts about both.


Haystack Mountain Goat Dairy

By Forrest Pritchard

From prison to palate, Haystack Mountain Goat Dairy is making award-winning cheese with the help of Skyline Correctional Center's 1,500 goats.


Getting the Most from Wild Game Meats

By Pamela Braun

Knowing what to do with wild game once it's been bagged and tagged can be difficult. Turning it into jerky may be the solution.