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There is nothing better than fresh produce. I am talking about tomatoes that ripen in the sun and baby cucumbers that when cut offer a smell of summer. In fact, as I sit writing this column, I smell the blackberry cobbler finding its way to me from the...
Tags: Breads, Blue Cheese, Lifestyle and Leisure, Butter, Cinnamon
email@example.comWe had a beautiful weekend! We hope everyone enjoyed being outside, hosting cookouts and gathering with family and friends in honor of our military currently serving all over the world as well as our veterans past and present. We thank you all for your...
Tags: Whipping Cream, Onions, Breads, Human Interest, South Carolina
Clark County Extension ServiceDid you know that more than one-third of all calories we consume are those from fats and sugar-loaded foods? The recently released 2010 dietary guidelines recommend that we eat less added sugars, less solid fats, including trans fats, less refined grains,...
Contributing WriterWe lost an hour when the time changed over the weekend, but we gained more sunshine. That’s a pretty good trade. Temperatures are supposed to be in the 70s by the end of this week. I can hardly wait to open the windows and enjoy the fresh spring...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJessamine County Schools is hoping to give students more fresh, local food — and if all goes as planned, some of that will come from the students themselves. The school district is now a member of Kentucky Proud, a coalition of producers and...
email@example.comBoyle County students may not know it, but some of the lettuce in their cafeteria salads now comes from fellow student Tucker Huntsinger’s Future Farmers of America project. “I haven’t had a lot of time to brag yet,” he said,...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe forecasted pop-up showers for Saturday turned into a constant deluge. A big “thank you” to our ever-faithful customers who came out to the Farmers Market in spite of the weather. We appreciate you. The rainy spring weather hasn’t...
Tags: Marshmallows, Breads, Farms, Rhubarb, Strawberries
They've already been available for several seasons, but grafted tomatoes are readily available this season. Wat's so special about grafting tomatoes? Let's start with what grafting is. Long used in the orchard and ornamental markets, the process involves...
Looking to take advantage of the warm summer weather for dinner tonight? Or this weekend? Then get grilling! From burgers to mahi-mahi to summer vegetables, we've got a bunch of recipe ideas to help you out. And speaking of burgers, have you thought about...
Tags: Ketchup, Sea Salt, Foods and Beverages, Zucchini, Black Pepper
Making your way through the gourmet-burger landscape can be a one-tank trip without leaving the metro Orlando area. There are the obvious destinations such as Burger Fi, Beth's Burger Bar, B&B Junction (not to be confused with Graffiti Junktion),...
The three undergrads looked warily at the pulverized apples in their bowl. The would-be pastry chefs had planned to drop dollops of the mixture into a chemical bath, creating fruity spheres with a filmy skin and an oozing interior. Their early...
We call "fair or foul" on three new poultry sandwiches from quick-service chain restaurants. All are available for a limited time. Burger King Turkey burger: The Home of the Whopper's first venture into turkey burger territory has gone horribly off...
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