Wednesday, February 21, 2024
Around the Table

Around the Table

eggs

Small-scale egg producers and their consumers should understand good handling practices to ensure food safety when buying or selling farm fresh eggs.
masks on a clothes line

Ohio State Chow Line offers best practices for safely removing and storing your facemask while dining out and replacing it at the end of your meal.
beets

Use the following tips to produce quality canned, pickled and frozen beets that are optimized for prolonged storage.
beets and radishes

Whether you want to replace early-maturing vegetables or you've had trouble getting things to grow, midsummer planting can give you a second chance.
baby's breath

Baby’s breath is a common cut flower, popular as a filler in bouquets or in arrangements on its own. Learn how to grow it in your garden.
morel mushroom

Learn how to tell the difference between morel mushrooms and several types of mushrooms with wrinkled caps that may appear in the woods during the spring.
watermelon

Learn how to select perfectly ripe and sweet watermelons, cantaloupes and honeydews.
beef cuts

When you look around the beef section of the grocery store, you might be overwhelmed at the sight of so many different cuts.
Wagyu herd.

What do you know about Wagyu beef? Learn why this high prime cut of beef is sought after.
Venison roast crock pot

Find out whether or not you should toss the roast you put in your slow cooker before work this morning if you lost power at some point during the day.

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