From Iowa With Love

Today is National Iowa Day. Iowa, home of sliced bread, Field of Dreams, and The Bridges of Madison County. Iowa is also home to the Grotto of Redemption. The Grotto is considered by many to be one of the Wonders of the World.

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Grilled Corn On The Cob With Tomato-Herb Spread

Growing up, we always had corn in the back yard. Summer and corn on the cob went hand in hand. My folks cooked their corn the usual way, in a big pot of boiling water. A pinch of salt, a slathering of creamy butter, and there you go.

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Grilling Up Bourbon Burgers and Polish Dogs

Hard to believe it, but Father’s Day is nearly here – June is nearly half way over – wow! What can I say, the older I get, the more time seems to have wings! I’m not sure if that is a good thing or a bad thing. Sure do wish I could slow down.

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September’s Summer and Backyard Barbecues

It’s mid-September and summer is lingering just a bit longer. It’s always nice to get a few extra days, or even a few extra weeks of grilling season. Those beautiful days of Indian Summer are special and deserving of more than just barbecued hamburgers and potato salads.

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