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Business licenses

The following business licenses were issued during July 2014. The information is collected by the city of Billings. Fed Ex Ground Package System Inc., 3605 Hesper Road, 412-859-5903. Supreme Construction, 1915 Burnstead Drive, 927-7685. Prestige Powder Coating & Upholstery, 2224 Minneso…

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Mom with her son and home canned vegetables

Mom with her son and home canned vegetables

Mom with her son and home canned vegetables

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Vegetable preserves

Vegetable preserves

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frozen strawberries, cherry and raspberries

frozen strawberries, cherry and raspberries

berries are among the many fruits and vegetables that can be safely frozen for later use. The Yellowstone County Extension Service provides instructions to assist area residents.

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Salsa dip

Salsa dip

Canning salsa keeps the taste of summer in a jar--year-round.

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Russian ban on U.S. food won't be felt in Montana

Russia’s ban on food imported from the West won’t make a ruble’s difference to Montana farmers, officials have said.

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Down to 3, columnist challengers focus on hamburger

Down to 3, columnist challengers focus on hamburger

The hunt for the next cooking columnist is on at The Billings Gazette.

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HMF)80314 Pg2 gum

HMF)80314 Pg2 gum

Gum, candy, breath mints and even toothpaste may contain an artificial sweetener called xylitol that is harmless to humans but toxic to dogs. Be sure to keep purses, book bags and duffle bags away from curious noses.

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Down to 4, columnist challengers focus on tomatoes

Down to 4, columnist challengers focus on tomatoes

The hunt for the next cooking columnist is on at The Billings Gazette.

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Tomatoes

Tomatoes

The food for this week's columnist cooking challenge is tomatoes. 

July 30, 2014 12:00 am
Steak Dinner

Steak Dinner

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Carolyn Story: Watermelon at a moment's notice

Carolyn Story: Watermelon at a moment's notice

Watermelon, let me count the ways. It has long been the preferred fruit for the classic summer picnic, chilled on ice, cut into wedges, and eaten by hand with joy, causing ear-to-ear stickiness.

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Dorothy Bonk: Enjoy watermelon by turning it into a cocktail keg

Dorothy Bonk: Enjoy watermelon by turning it into a cocktail keg

The world according to foodie heaven puts watermelon at the top of the list.

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Carol Green: Take advantage of your neighbor's excess

Carol Green: Take advantage of your neighbor's excess

Local seasonal ingredients can be enjoyed by anyone willing to practice some basic skills and overcome fear of failure. Just dive in! Your pals will love the results. No garden? Hit the farmers’ markets or plant pots of herbs on the deck.

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Gazette's Cooking Columnist Challenge tackles watermelon

Gazette's Cooking Columnist Challenge tackles watermelon

The hunt for the next cooking columnist is on at The Billings Gazette.

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Bernie Mason: Versatile watermelon can be used in many ways

Bernie Mason: Versatile watermelon can be used in many ways

July is National Watermelon Month, so let’s enjoy this wonderful fruit to its fullest.

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Sandy Alley: 'Thumping' watermelon -- truth or fiction?

Sandy Alley: 'Thumping' watermelon -- truth or fiction?

I grew up on a farm in Northwest Iowa, the oldest of six kids, where leisurely sitting was not an option. Every year in early spring Dad would till our garden, making it bigger as our family grew.

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We're issuing a challenge to potential cooking columnists

We're issuing a challenge to potential cooking columnists

A little more than a month ago, Gazette institution and longtime cooking columnist Joyce Michels announced she was hanging up the skillet and retiring after decades of hunting down recipes and pleasing picky readers’ palates.

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