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CommonGround volunteer, Shana Beattie, loves to blog her favorite recipes and cooking with her kids. Read her blog here: http://commongroundnebraska.com/author/shana-beattie/

Shana Beattie, @CommonGround Nebraska volunteer, was born and raised on her family’s cattle ranch in North Central Florida, and now resides in Sumner, Nebraska, where she farms with her husband Bart and his parents on Beattie Ranch, a fifth-generation family farm. Currently, the Beattie’s farm corn, soybeans, alfalfa, and certified grass seed. In addition to raising crops, they run a cow/calf ranch and a wean-to-finish swine operation.

CommonGround volunteer, Chandra Horky, is a mom who loves to blog about beef! Read her blogs here: http://commongroundnebraska.com/author/chandra-horky/

@CommonGround Volunteer, Joan Ruskamp is the expert on beef production. Check out her blog posts here: http://commongroundnebraska.com/author/joan-ruskamp/

Beefy Mexican Lasagna Recipe by @CommonGround volunteer, Kristen Eggerling. It is from the Healthy Beef Cookbook and is perfect for #BeefMonth!

@CommonGround volunteer, Dawn Caldwell, is a beef and crop farmer in Nebraska who blogs about life full of family, farming and a full-time job off of the farm. Read her blogs here: http://commongroundnebraska.com/author/dawn-caldwell/

These are all of the great types of produce grown on @CommonGround Nebraska volunteer, Linda Schwarz, family organic farm! Read mroe about Linda here: http://commongroundnebraska.com/author/linda-schwarz/

Chandra Horky, CommonGround Nebraska volunteer, is a city girl transplanted into the country.  By choice, of course!  She became a farmer 12 years ago when she married her husband, Terry. Chandra was not raised on a farm, but grew up in Fairbury, Nebraska and always loved animals. Terry and Chandra have two children. Terry is a fourth-generation Horky to farm and ranch, and loves that he is able to work closely with his dad. Meet more volunteers at: FindOurCommonGround.com.

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Mississippi Sin Dip

Mississippi Sin Dip Ingredients :1 (approx. 1 pound) round loaf of crusty bread, optional 1 (8 ounce) block of cream cheese, softened to room temperature 1-1/2 cups of sour cream 2 cups of shredded cheddar cheese 1/3 cup of chopped ham 1/3 cup of sliced green onion 1 (4 ounce)can of green chilies, undrained 2 tablespoons of chopped pickled jalapenos Couple dashes of Worcestershire sauce

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Snack Recipes for Kids

Snack Recipes for Kids | Healthy Kid-Approved Snacks | CookingLight.com cooking with Chris

Cooking healthy meals for kids might seem like a challenge, but building a recipe collection of go-to meals can mean food that everyone will eat and a whole less stress. Once you arm yourself with these easy kid-friendly recipes that I’ve tested on many clients, friends, and family members with picky kids, your worries will be over. Guaranteed. #skinnychef

Mary Sue joins forces with Jennifer Garner and Frigidaire at the Kids' Good-For-You Cooking Academy, featuring recipes created to inspire families to cook healthy meals together.

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Café Mocha Cupcakes

Cafe Mocha Cupcakes