This winter certainly feels more like winter than last and that has growers of one of our favorite fruits very happy.
If you feel you are spending more at the grocery store, you are — a lot more. The federal government’s consumer price index shows area grocery store prices have jumped 40 percent in the last four years.
It’s party time and beers and brats are the football fare of choice. Step up the flavor by thinking way beyond mustard and onions with these brat-topping ideas
You don’t have to live in the Big Apple to enjoy the immense taste of it. Even if the Giants aren’t your team, Big Apple Burgers will taste great to fans from all regions.
I pulled out a few local cookbooks and came across a great recipe from Beth Dooley’s most recent cookbook, “The Northern Heartland Kitchen” that used apples, sausage, and onions for a main dish.
A cold snap in the middle of an abnormally warm spring left apple grower Joe Carlson unsure of how this season would turnout.
The quintessential fall activity for families, friends and tourists is apple picking. Have fun with the family this fall and go apple picking at any of these great orchards.
Minnesota knows its apples, and this weekend could be the perfect time to run out and pick up some of them from your nearby orchard.
Minnesota Orchards are ripe for the picking — literally.
Minnesota’s apple crop is looking good.
A judge ordered the University of Minnesota and apple growers fighting for the right to grow a new apple developed at the university into mediation on Friday.
Minnesota harvested fewer apples in 2010. But, growers say prices recovered from a downturn the previous year.
This season I missed out on apple picking, but made sure to stock up on apples from local farmers so I could make my fall favorite: apple pie. Apples are not just for desserts though, they also work well in recipes like this Curried Butternut Squash and Apple Soup that I found in Clean Eating magazine.
September may mark the ending of our beloved summer season, but it also marks the beginning of another wonderful season: fall. In the next month, many farmers markets will be closing up shop as harvests […]