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Loos Tales

Trent Loos Rural Route Radio Podcast April 16, 2024

Understanding the history of the food business so that we may try to figure out where is it going. Jay Truitt, Andrew Henderson and Trent Loos try to figure it all out. Read More



Woman and child growing plants in farm garden (Photo: iStock - nd3000)

Gardening helps promote good nutrition and a healthy relationship with food

Party table with remote control for sport watching american football game on tv. (Photo: iStock - 500)

Touchdown tips for Super Bowl food safety

Snowball cookies

Holiday foods: Homemade and mail order gifts are welcome

KDWP to Host Cooking Competition Featuring Wild Game, Foraged Foods
Cutting vegetables on cutting board (Photo: iStock - Lyndon Stratford)

Cook Smarter, Not Harder: Nine Time-Saving Cooking Tips

Home canning is not recommended for any mashed pumpkin or winter squash, said K-State food scientist Karen Blakeslee. (K-State Research and Extension)

How to preserve pumpkins this fall

  • By Maddy Rohr │ Kansas State University Research and Extension
Tailgate season in Texas is a great time to enjoy football, friends and family while practicing food safety. (Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Michael Miller)

Don’t get sick at the tailgate party

Cutting vegetables opens the cell structure to allow natural sugars and proteins to interact with heat, says K-State food scientist Karen Blakeslee.

Take your veggies to the next level