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Tuesday, February 5th, 2013

Follow simple steps to keep infestations from occurring in pantry

Last week’s article talked about how much food to store and how long it can be stored. The “how long” is affected by many factors — most of which people can control. It is worth the effort....

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Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

Start small with food storage

Those of us who live in Utah are used to the term food storage. While this is not necessarily a widespread practice in all other areas, it is a way of life here. There are many good...

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Make vegetables more appealing by creating tasty dishes

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

Make vegetables more appealing by creating tasty dishes

“Eat your vegetables. They are good for you.” These directions, often delivered in wheedling tones, are used in an attempt to entice children and adults alike to eat their vegetables. When it fails, it may be followed...

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Small changes key to keeping resolutions on track

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

Small changes key to keeping resolutions on track

“I resolve to have a healthier diet this year.” Perhaps you are one of those people who have said that as we begin a new year. Perhaps you are one of those who have said that in...

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Beware of hidden persuaders when trying to eat healthy

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013

Beware of hidden persuaders when trying to eat healthy

Now that the holidays are over, some of us look in the mirror and wonder just how to fix what we see. The good eating and festivities of the holidays have taken their toll. Realistically, for many...

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Last minute New Year’s recipes sure to be a hit

Tuesday, January 1st, 2013

Last minute New Year’s recipes sure to be a hit

It is New Year’s Eve — a time for reflection, resolutions and new beginnings. It’s also time to start a diet and stop procrastinating. Oh, wait. Hold that thought until tomorrow. Tonight it is time to party....

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Tuesday, December 25th, 2012

Snowmen a symbol of Christmas, winter too

Gene Autry and the Cass Country Boys were really onto something with the 1950 rendition of “Frosty the Snowman.” The storyline caught on and it has piqued children’s imagination over the last 62 years as a song,...

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Tuesday, December 18th, 2012

Holiday candy making is part science, part art

There is no question that candy is a beloved part of Christmas. Candy at Christmas is much more than boxed chocolates or candy canes on the Christmas tree, although those are certainly in the forefront. Perhaps it...

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Tuesday, December 11th, 2012

Make safety a goal when creating edible Christmas gifts

During the Christmas holidays, gift giving reaches a frenzied pitch. It is exhilarating to choose just the right gift for the holidays. Food is always a popular gift, particularly among friends. Innovative and clever ideas predominate. Who...

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Variety of recipes work for holiday cookie exchanges

Tuesday, December 4th, 2012

Variety of recipes work for holiday cookie exchanges

Sugar plums — a candy made of a mixture of dried fruits and sugar — are not in vogue right now, but there are plenty of treats that dance through children’s and adult’s minds through the holiday...

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