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Falling for Food Amazing Kids,Articles,Featured Articles,Food,Pre-Teen,Real Black Hills Families

Falling for Food 12-year-old Colton Seamands has found a love of cooking and encourages others to find their passions, too. After discovering his interest for cooking at seven years old, Colton Seamands, the youngest of five siblings, could be found in the kitchen with his mom, Mary Beth. By age eight, Colton had made his very first dish by himself—using an apple pie recipe passed down Mary Beth’s family since the 1930s. “It was absolutely beautiful,” reminisces Mary Beth. “And, honestly, I think it tasted better than my apple pie!” Now, as a sixth grader at Spearfish Middle School, Colton… Read More >>

Jessica’s Cheeseburger Crockpot Casserole Articles,Community,Dining

Cheeseburger Crockpot Casserole by Jessica Campbell This recipe has meat, cheese and cooks with ease. The crockpot allows you to fix it and go. It hides the vegetables in a delicious flavor children enjoy, and the penne noodles make this easy for little hands to grab and munch! Ingredients 1 pound ground beef 1/2 cup chopped onion 1/2 cup chopped green pepper 3 cloves pressed garlic 1 tsp Worcestershire Sauce 1/2 tsp dry mustard 1/2 tsp salt 1/2 tsp pepper 1/4 tsp garlic powder 1/4 tsp onion powder 15 oz can tomato sauce 14.5 oz can diced tomatoes in basil, garlic… Read More >>

Sarah’s Baby Greens Salad with Minted Orange Dressing Articles,Dining,Food,Health

This salad combines fresh spring lettuces and herbs straight from the garden! The combination of soft, colorful lettuces, toasted nuts, feta cheese and dried cranberries is brightened by fresh orange juice, basil and mint blended into a zingy vinaigrette. Servings: 4   Salad 5 oz clamshell spring mix salad 1/4 cup dried cranberries 1/4 toasted pine nuts {toast on stovetop over low heat} 1/4 crumbled feta cheese   Dressing 1/4 grape seed oil 1/4 cup + 2 tsp fresh squeezed orange juice Zest of half an orange 1/4 cup fresh basil leaves 2 Tbsp fresh mint leaves 2 tsp white wine… Read More >>

Make Snack Time Count Articles,Food,Health

During this busy time of year, it’s easy to let nutrition slide. That’s why it’s important to have healthy snacks ready to take with you so you can keep your energy up while you’re on the go. Make snack time count! Choosing wisely will let you get the most out of your snacks. For example, soy is a complete plant protein that contains all nine essential amino acids needed for human growth and health, and it’s lower in saturated fat and higher in fiber than other animal protein sources. Beyond nutrition, choosing the right snacks can help keep hunger at… Read More >>

Sizzle into Summer for Less Articles,Food,Savings

  Warmer weather, longer days and smells of sizzling meat on the grill are the sweet, sweet signs of summer. As you gear up for the season of backyard barbecues and spontaneous weekend getaways, don’t let the cost of summer entertaining take a toll on your wallet.   Sizzle into summer with these tasty tips and techniques that will make cookouts, road trips and impromptu pool parties mouthwatering for less:   Less Flipping, More Grilling: When grilling for that backyard barbecue, don’t make the mistake of constantly lifting the lid on your grill. Every time you lift the lid, you… Read More >>