A couple failed homebrewers pick up mead making. We enjoy some green pancakes, thanks to hemp powder. Farmers grow more corn to feed more livestock.
What do you do with the little shards of almonds that are leftover from making almond milk? You make banana bread, of course!
Let your kids experiment with making food. Sarah Elton tells us why. We tap maple trees. Kale and chocolate for our snacks. And, carbon in the Corn Belt.
Staci Radford-Vincent taught her 7-year-old son how to help in the kitchen when he was just a toddler, and now he values healthy eating and home cooked food.
Paw paws are called Indiana Bananas not just because they grow all over the state through the fall, but because the fruits' tastes and textures are similar.
Staci Radford-Vincent's son Forest has been helping out in the kitchen since he was 2. Chef Daniel Orr grills shrimp and makes a cucumber-based gazpacho.
This snack is an easy peanut butter and banana wrap. Elvis would have loved the addition of chocolate chips.
Heather Tallman is using her homemade strawberry preserves in this fruity treat.
This drink gets its name from the ingredients. It's our Apple Banana Chiller.
This recipe is easy to make with kids -- Let them peel and mash the banana!
Low fat frozen yogurt thickens this banana and strawberry smoothie.
We’re focusing on Indiana fruits. Paw paws transform some sliced apples into a unique starter dish. Then, a recipe for traditional persimmon bread pudding.
It seems like we are darting here and there after school to get to a lesson, practice or to run an errand. It is handy to have snacks on hand for hungry kids.
My grandmother used all-natural methods to help her skin stay healthy. I have come up with some of my own concoctions for you to experiment with!
More brunch! An egg casserole with artichoke hearts, potatoes and a slew of other things. And, the Drunken Watermelon will put a smile on your guests’ faces.