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Editor’s note: This column by Michelle Jarvie was originally published by the Michigan State University Service and is reprinted here with permission.

When I think of fall and the leaves start to turn, I think salmon fishing. September often marks the beginning of the fall pacific salmon migration in the
Continue Reading Don’t let fall salmon run send you running to emergency room

Michigan State university Extension logoEditor’s note: The Food and Drug Administration published draft guidance for sprout growers in recent days and is accepting public comments. In the meantime, Jane Hart of the Michigan State Universty Extension program offers practical advice for consumers in this column originally published on the Extension website.

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Turkey cooking illustration USDAEditor’s note: A shorter version of this article originally was published by Michigan State University Extension. To contact an expert in your area, visit http://expert.msue.msu.edu, or call 888-MSUE4MI (888-678-3464).

Make sure to purchase — or dig up — your bimetallic, stemmed, instant-read thermometer before you put the bird
Continue Reading It’s Thanksgiving Eve, have you calibrated your thermometer?