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U.S. President Joe Biden met on Thursday with executives from infant formula manufacturers and retailers, pressing them to do everything possible to get families access.
Sarah Nasello says now's the time to try new ways to make the springtime favorite shine in this week's "Home with the Lost Italian" food column.
Columnist Tammy Swift isn't too proud to admit that when she makes a cake for Mother’s Day, it will be lovingly baked with the Pillsbury Doughboy nodding approvingly over her shoulder. She knows her mom, who always appreciates cooking hacks, will approve of this "shortcut" Tres Leches Cake, an ultra-moist, not-too-sweet cake soaked in three types of milk.
Jeff Roste has 35,000 Marshmallow Mitts in a warehouse, and 35,000 Hot Dog Mitts coming in July.

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"Home with the Lost Italian" food columnist Sarah Nasello says this tasty dish is inexpensive, easy to make and delicious to eat.
Stu and Corinne Peterson's Camp Aquila Pure Maple Syrup is sold in 30 stores in Minnesota and has been honored locally and nationally.
"Home with the Lost Italian" columnist Sarah Nasello says a simple combination of ingredients adds up to a perfect side dish.
Sarah Nasello's Banana Coconut Cream Pie is rich, creamy, decadent — and delicious, of course.
Jim and Joe Jirik harvest maple syrup every year on their farm just west of Faribault on the shores of Shields Lake, where they also raise certified organic grains, cattle and honey. Favorable sap runs this year have made for record breaking syrup production.
At a time when the bird flu has threatened to drive the Easter Bunny into early retirement, it seems wise to find a version of angel food that uses fewer eggs, such as this recipe for mock angel food.

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"Home With the Lost Italian" food columnist Sarah says this recipe makes a beautiful brunch salad that's fresh and brightly flavored.
Some of these candies have been around for more than 100 years and might bring back great memories of childhood, but columnist Tracy Briggs has a question: Would you eat them today?
There’s new foods to try this baseball season.

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