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Prairie Fare: Enjoy More Apples This Season


Apples are tasty snacks and good for your health.

Prairie Fare: September is National Family Meals Month


Children who eat with their families tend to do better in school, eat more nutritiously and avoid risky behaviors.

Prairie Fare: In a Pickle Over a Side Dish?


Pickles can be made from almost any vegetable or many fruits.

Prairie Fare: Ovens Are for Baking, Not Canning, and Other Food Preservation Tips


To avoid foodborne illnesses, use research-tested recipes and follow them carefully.

Prairie Fare: Make Snack Attacks Count


Keep your snacks simple and healthful.

Prairie Fare: Is Any Food in Your Fridge Reaching Antique Status?


Be aware of food label lingo to avoid having to toss food.

Prairie Fare: Onions Offer Layers of Goodness


Onions can be eaten raw or cooked, and they are available in a wide range of sizes and colors.

Prairie Fare: Gazpacho Refreshes on a Summer Day


Tomatoes, an ingredient in gazpacho, are rich in nutrients and low in calories.

Prairie Fare: Be Creative With Zucchini


You can make a lot of different menu items with zucchini.

Prairie Fare: July is National Ice Cream Month


Enjoy a little ice cream now and then as a special treat.

Prairie Fare: July is National Watermelon Month


Watermelon packs a lot of nutritional benefits.

Prairie Fare: Make Some Memories With Picnics


July is National Picnic Month, so make some picnic memories this month and all summer.

Prairie Fare: Have You Enjoyed Any Anthocyanins Lately?


Anthocyanins are the pigments responsible for the color in many flowers, fruits and vegetables.

Prairie Fare: Gardening Provides More Than Healthful Food


Gardening provides fresh, nutritious food, stress relief and physical activity.

Prairie Fare: Are Rhubarb and Tomatoes Fruits or Vegetables?


Whether produce is a fruit or veggie often depends on your perspective and how you use it.