• 31 2014 Oct

    Frankenstein Friday – Boo!

    For most of us, the name Frankenstein conjures up an image of a large, stiff-legged, green-faced, bolts-in-the-neck monster, with arms out-stretched, ready to grab us!  In reality, the creature in Mary Shelley’s 1818 book had no name!  Frankenstein is the name of the doctor who created the monster. Over time, the use of the name Frankenstein referring to the monster has also become generally accepted. Mary Shelley was a young woman when

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    Frankenstein

    For most of us, the name Frankenstein conjures up an image of a large, stiff-legged, green-faced, bolts-in-the-neck monster, with arms out-stretched, ready to grab us!  In reality, the creature in Mary Shelley’s 1818 book had no name!  Frankenstein is the name of the doctor who created the monster. Over time, the use of the name Frankenstein referring to the monster has also become generally accepted. Mary Shelley was a young woman when

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  • 30 2014 Oct

    Cheesy Potato Casserole

    Hey there! It’s Liz from Two Maids a Milking guest posting! There has certainly been a chill in the air around here and that means it is time for comfort food! I love this time of year, the leaves are changing, we are busy on the farm with harvest and all my favorite foods including pumpkin cookies, beef and noodles and all my favorite casseroles take their place back on our

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    Cheesy Potato Casserole

    Hey there! It’s Liz from Two Maids a Milking guest posting! There has certainly been a chill in the air around here and that means it is time for comfort food! I love this time of year, the leaves are changing, we are busy on the farm with harvest and all my favorite foods including pumpkin cookies, beef and noodles and all my favorite casseroles take their place back on our

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  • 29 2014 Oct

    Oats & Dairy Series: Fruit & Oatmeal Smoothie

    Today’s blog post is the third of the Oats & Dairy Series. Powerful partners, oats and dairy help fill food and nutrient gaps, may provide important health benefits, and are a simple and delicious option – for breakfast and beyond. The National Dairy Council and Quaker partnered to develop unique Oats and Dairy recipes which I have been trying out myself—today’s recipe is Fruit & Oatmeal Smoothies. This combination of

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    Smoothies

    Today’s blog post is the third of the Oats & Dairy Series. Powerful partners, oats and dairy help fill food and nutrient gaps, may provide important health benefits, and are a simple and delicious option – for breakfast and beyond. The National Dairy Council and Quaker partnered to develop unique Oats and Dairy recipes which I have been trying out myself—today’s recipe is Fruit & Oatmeal Smoothies. This combination of

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  • 27 2014 Oct

    Crock Pot Hot-Not-Chocolate

    Cris from Recipes that Crock here! I am excited to share with you one of my favorite fall drinks that you make and keep warm in your crock pot! I call it Crock Pot Hot-NOT-Chocolate Now, don’t get me wrong… I LOVE me a good hot chocolate with a handful of mini marshmallows or better yet a nice dollop of whipped cream on top. But, sometimes a girl is in

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    Hot NOT Chocolate

    Cris from Recipes that Crock here! I am excited to share with you one of my favorite fall drinks that you make and keep warm in your crock pot! I call it Crock Pot Hot-NOT-Chocolate Now, don’t get me wrong… I LOVE me a good hot chocolate with a handful of mini marshmallows or better yet a nice dollop of whipped cream on top. But, sometimes a girl is in

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  • 24 2014 Oct

    Meet the Indiana Dairy Princess!

    Every year, one young lady is crowned the Indiana Dairy Princess. This year’s Dairy Princess, and today’s guest blogger, is Kamille Brawner, a sophomore at Purdue University. by Kamille Brawner, 2014 Indiana Dairy Princess I am from a small town of Hanover, Indiana located in Jefferson County. There are only a few dairy farms in my county, but I am lucky enough to call one of those my family’s farm.

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    kamille

    Every year, one young lady is crowned the Indiana Dairy Princess. This year’s Dairy Princess, and today’s guest blogger, is Kamille Brawner, a sophomore at Purdue University. by Kamille Brawner, 2014 Indiana Dairy Princess I am from a small town of Hanover, Indiana located in Jefferson County. There are only a few dairy farms in my county, but I am lucky enough to call one of those my family’s farm.

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Fuel Up to Play 60

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Sideline Success Series: LaSalle Intermediate Academy

Fuel Up to Play 60 (FUTP60) programs are in full swing around Indiana and LaSalle Academy in South Bend is

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Oats & Dairy Series: Fruit & Oatmeal Smoothie

Today’s blog post is the third of the Oats & Dairy Series. Powerful partners, oats and dairy help fill food

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Meet the Indiana Dairy Princess!

Every year, one young lady is crowned the Indiana Dairy Princess. This year’s Dairy Princess, and today’s guest blogger, is

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