PULLMAN, Wash. – Ever since I was a kitten, I’ve loved picking up big maple leaves in the fall. I’d take them home, put them under a piece of paper and rub the side of a crayon over the top. It makes a great print of the leaf.
From Phys.org News PROSSER, Wash. – As the most-eaten U.S. vegetable, phytonutrient-rich potatoes can have a strong impact on health, according to plant geneticist Charles Brown, who is with Washington State University and the U.S. Agricultural Research Service in Prosser.
Photos by Shelly Hanks, WSU Photo Services PULLMAN, Wash. – The weather forecast calls for sunshine – and bright fall colors – to continue through most of next week, though the daytime high temperatures will be in the 40s and 50s rather than the 60s.
PULLMAN — You can’t judge a burger by its color. Research done at Washington State University has verified that judging the doneness and safety of a cooked hamburger patty by its color isn’t a reliable test. Hamburgers that are brown all the way through can still harbor dangerous, even deadly, bacteria. “For years people have […]