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Lazy Baker’s Homemade Cinnamon Rolls

  I love surprising my family with made-from-scratch cinnamon rolls but the only time I make true cinnamon rolls is on branding day and vaccination day when neighbors help us out. I consider myself a lazy cook and balk at … Continue reading

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Cooking with My Rancher Husband (Well, Sorta)

Here lately, I’ve been cooking with my husband in mind. Every time I tie one of my new aprons on, I either 1) remember different times he wore the shirt now made into an apron, 2) try hard to remember … Continue reading

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Accurate Source for Meat Safety Information

One of the things about the media that bothers me the most is how much inaccurate information is being shared so freely with people—most especially about our livelihood and the industry we work hard for. When I took a journalism … Continue reading

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Who Says You Need Beef in Your Diet? Your Body!

A great source of accurate information about the benefits of including lean beef in our diet can be found at www.beefnutrition.org. The information also points out the importance of including all of the food groups to fulfill our nutritional needs. … Continue reading

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Beef’s New Value Cuts

One of the things I learned a couple of years ago at the Women In Ag conference are the new beef value cuts available. These new cuts are roasts and steaks that fill the price-range and value gap from premium … Continue reading

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Sale Day

Some of our steers Thursday morning November 3rd, was a big day for us–we sold our calf crop in Belle Fourche. Our help showed up before daylight at the barn north of Pringle to help us gather, sort, and load our calves … Continue reading

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Pringle Worthy

  You’re just not a true Pringlite unless you’ve shot an elk in the Pringle area. Whether residents apply every year until they finally draw a tag or they’re land owners who get a tag because their land, hay and … Continue reading

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Gallons of Ice Cream: A Necessary Staple on the Kirk Ranch

Our family goes through a ton of ice cream (specifically, chocolate chip or vanilla) and it’s a good thing, because I don’t know what we would do without all the ice cream buckets we use for different things. A gallon … Continue reading

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Have a Taste of Monte Walsh

I discovered a great new twist on a favorite sandwich of mine; the Monte Cristo, on one of my favorite new internet beef recipe resources. The recipe for the Monte Walsh (I love that for a sandwich name—after Tom Selleck’s … Continue reading

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Cucumber Salad: A Summertime Family Tradition

  For as long as I can remember, cucumber salad has been a part of every Studt family (on my paternal side) summertime potluck and gathering. I don’t know if any of my cousins, aunts, or uncles think of it … Continue reading

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