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Become a grillmaster by using a food thermometer

MSU extension office Meat quality and the overall eating experience can be improved by using a food thermometer to determine doneness and improve safety at the same. At first inquiry about using a thermometer to measure the degree of doneness in meat and poultry products, it’s common to glean a lot of blank stares, or […]

Meeting grain requirements for your daily diet

MSU extension Get creative with your daily diet and find new, fun recipes to meet nutritional daily values Bread pudding is a versatile dish that can be made from a variety of breads, even leftover pancakes. Bread is a great way to meet our grain requirement for the day. The amount of grains you need to […]

Use your slow cooker to your advantage

By Jeannie Nichols MSU extension There are many styles and sizes of slow cookers and all of them can make your life easier. By Jeannie Nichols, Michigan State University Extension Slow cookers are useful kitchen appliances that can make your life easier year-round. Michigan State University Extension offers these advantages of using a slow cooker: Cool cooking – Your […]

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Barbecue

Every spring, North Americans gear up their grill, stock up on the meat and prepare for many mouth-watering barbecues. But how much do we really know about the art of barbecuing? From the familiar pastime’s origins to surprising tips and tactics, this list will provide you with all the information you need to wow your […]

The Olive – History and Production

The Olive tree dates back to early ancient times in both biblical and classical writings.  In these early writings, the olive oil is referenced as a symbol of both goodness and purity, and the tree represents peace and happiness.  In ancient times, the oil was also burnt in sacred lamps at temples during the Olympic […]

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