Quizzes & Trivia
…leads in growing sunflowers in the nation – that’s a lot of tasty sunflower seeds.
…ranks #1 in honey production in the country.
…produces 38 million gallons of milk every year. In fact, milk is the official state beverage.
…grows enough wheat annually to make 12.6 billion loaves of bread. Most of America’s pasta is made from North Dakota durum wheat.
…once served the world’s largest hamburger, weighing in at 3,591 pounds. It took 8,000 people to enjoy the feast.
Important Note: In general, if your honey is in a traditional “honey bear” bottle, you should not microwave the bottle. Most “honey bear” bottles will carry a do not microwave warning, so check yours. It’s best to pour the contents into a bowl that’s safe for microwave use. You wouldn’t want your honey bear and honey to become a molten mess in the microwave! Not only would clean-up be a nightmare, but also what a waste of delicious honey!
INSP guest blogger Kate Wood shared this Honey Nut Biscuit recipe guaranteed to sweeten your day!