Category Archives: Kitchen

Thelma and Bonnie’s, “Have a seat at my table”

                Hello, summertime. It’s nice to see you old friend. As I write this article, Blake is filling up our $48 pool from Walmart. Let’s just say I am super pumped because that means summer is officially here.

                What does summer remind you of? Summer reminds me of washing cattle in preparation...

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Peanut Butter Recipes

I absolutely love peanut butter, I always have. Whether it’s just starting to melt on a warm piece of toast or mixed with chocolate in a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, it’s a taste that can’t be beat—both sweet and salty at the same time!

                For many years, I believed along with scores of...

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From the Kitchen – Kelly Kesling

This week’s featured cook is Kelly Kesling. Kelly grew up in Runnells and graduated from Southeast Polk High School. She has been married to Cody for 15 years, and for the past two years, they have lived south of Kellogg. They have three kids: Kennedy, Kacey, and Kaiser. Kennedy is in ninth grade, and she plays softball...

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Where’s the apron?

APRON GIVEAWAY: Please send us a picture of your favorite apron and/or apron story and you could win an apron yourself! Share by emailing press@netins.net and put apron in the subject line. Submissions must be emailed by June 5. One entry will be drawn at random and the winner will be announced in the June 13 Hometown...

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From the Kitchen of Kayla Dunsbergen

This week’s featured cook is Kayla Dunsbergen. She is a 2012 Lynnville-Sully High School graduate. She is married to Kenton Dunsbergen, and they live outside of Kellogg on Kayla’s family farm in the house she grew up in. They have one son, Brody, who is four months old. They also have two Shih-tzu dogs named George and...

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Farm to Table: Planting season is here!

Just as farmers are planting the first seeds of the 2019 growing season, gardeners are busy putting the early season seeds in the freshly tilled soil. Many schools across the country are adopting the new trend of growing a school garden. In addition to teaching gardening skills using the hands-on approach for teaching science and math, gardening also provides...

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