Food And Drink
How often do you pay attention to where items you purchase at the grocery store are produced? Are they produced locally?
Saturday, Oct. 18, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., plan to visit the “Local Producer Fair” at Good Earth Market, meet the local producers, taste some of their products and celebrate the harvest. By supporting your local farmers and producers, your food is fresher, you know where your food is coming …
Picture this: After a long day at the office (or at the kids’ soccer field or wherever) you turn the key to open your front door and you are greeted by the heady aroma of a steamy meaty stew. You have been richly rewarded for spending mere minutes in the morning assembling dinner in your slo…
Once again I am a hunting widow. My husband is an archery hunter off on his quest to bag an elk. He has been out flinging arrows every day for weeks to perfect his shot, yet he has never gotten “his” elk. I thought that this had to be his year, since he recently completed his treatment for p…
SHERIDAN, Wyo. — In much of the nation, it’s been a couple generations since those “remember when” days of the milkman bringing fresh milk to the door in glass jars, but a milkman in northeast Wyoming has resurrected those bygone days for more than 125 families in the area.
HONOLULU — Honolulu is famous for golden sand beaches and big waves. But the city’s warehouse district, called Kakaako, is famous for a different sort of attraction. You won’t find kitschy Hawaiian souvenir shops or hordes of tourists here, but you will find a thriving urban arts scene, with…
The words hungry kids heading home from school hate most? "Have a piece of fruit."
Step inside of Spinners, a self-serve yogurt shop at 3031 Grand Ave., and one gets the impression the store was developed by some savvy franchising company that put years worth of effort into developing a cutting-edge retail concept.
Montanans still a get a bang for their buck when it comes to cost of the Independence Day meal, according to shopping surveys.
Before Sunday’s hail storm shredded Terral Balzer’s crops, the Worden farmer had a feeling things were going just a little too well.
Frequent migraine headaches made Krista Stetson’s life miserable from the time she was a teen-ager.
NAPA, Calif. – Come to California wine country taste the ... olive oil?
They don’t get along like peas in a pod, but farmers who plant genetically modified crops need to coexist with those who don’t, according to U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont.
More than 60 Montana grocery stores are now subject to the 8.7-million-pound Rancho Feeding Corp. meat recall, which has expanded to more than 2,000 stores nationally.
The Montana Beef Council has teamed up with Wendy’s to promote North American beef this month. The campaign will feature the Wendy’s ciabatta bacon cheeseburger.
Antonia Craighill dreams of cupcakes.
Officially, the precipitation in Billings has been average this year, as in 101 percent. But normal? No. Kelly Brester wouldn’t go along with that.
Author Robert Louis Stevenson once called wine “bottled poetry.”
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — Seriously, Portsmouth?
Bringing eats to a picnic or cookout often requires some planning — unless you’re asked to bring a few bags of chips.