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You Asked It


This is a monthly newsletter published by the 15th of each month.  News articles are based on questions received, current food safety issues, or information based on the time of year.

This newsletter is in E-Newsletter format only!


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Eggnog Tips for Ringing in the New Year!
Still Time to Bake to Give!
Last Minute Food Gifts
Still Time to Bake Holiday Cookies
Keep Your Pets Safe from Holiday Hazards
Great Plains Growers Conference
Updated Food Preservation Publications
2024 Regional Farmers Market Workshops
Lead in Applesauce Pouches


Kansas Local Food Producer Workshops
Field to Fork Webinars
Morel Mushrrom Identification Training
Safety of Canned Foods that Freeze in Winter
Home Baking Association Baking Awards
February is Bake for Family Fun Month
Presto® Precise Digital Canner - Removable Pot Issues
Score a Touchdown with Food Safety!


Preserving Spring Greens
Foods Sold Directly to Consumers in Kansas
Kansas Honey Producers' Conference
Food Biz Con
National Ag Day
KSRE Food Preservation Publications Updated
Ball® Blue Book® Guide to Preserving - Edition 38
Heartland Regional Food Business Center


Ready for Rhubarb
Ham it Up!
Become an Egg-spert
New Website for Nantional Center for Home Food Preservation
Spring Lamb for Spring Meals
2024 Field to Fork Webinar Series
Celebrate Easter with Egg-stra Care


Start Planning for Canning Now!
Time for Parties, Buffets and Picnics
Listen to the Field-to-Fork Webinars
School Nutrition Standards Getting and Update
Recordings of Local Food Produce Workshops
All Food is Made of Chemicals
Plan Now to Attend Kibblecon!
Fire Up the Grill!
It's Strawberry Season


Food Safety Resources for Fairs
Judging at Fairs - Foods and Food Preservation
Summer Fun and Waterborne Illness
Cheer for Cherries!
Canning on Portable Burners
Pressure Canner Gauge Testing
Choosing Chocolate for Canning
Canning in Half-gallon Jars
Keeping Food Safe During a Power Outage
Choosing Pectin for Jam and Jelly