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Growing Tomatoes, etc. in Early Spring…

BY: Jim Kennard, President – Food For Everyone Foundation Q. I’ve heard about so many ways to grow tomato and other tender plants early – from using Wall-O-Water’s to taking the bottom out of wastebaskets, and they all seem to be a lot of work, with no guarantee of success. What do you suggest for…

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Brisket Divine: Mouthwatering, Melt in Your Mouth Brisket Any Time!

By: Ginger Hill Rooted deep in the culture of the Southern states, you can bet your bottom dollar that for authentic, meticulously prepared Southern cuisine you will find juicy, succulent brisket to be number one on my list! Because I was blessed to be born and raised in Texas, I can assure you that brisket,…

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Once a Month Cooking

By Mrs. Crystal Paine Growing up as one of the oldest children in a family of nine, I know that cooking for a crowd can almost be a full-time job. Once-a-month-cooking has been a lifesaver for our family. When we first heard of cooking 30 meals in one day, it sounded rather impossible. It was…

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50% Less Cooking

Written by: Linda Gray 50% Less Cooking without hitting the fast food button! Don’t you just cringe when some clever kitchen type tells you what you could be doing with the leftovers in the fridge, when it’s plainly obvious the leftovers will stay there until they walk out by themselves! More often than not, saving…

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Let’s Have a Barbecue Party

“A wonderful way to entertain family and friends in an outdoor setting is with a backyard barbecue party. With proper planning and the right environment people will be talking about your party all summer. Important factors to think about when entertaining are things like the barbecue grill, seating, lighting, and of course the menu planning.”…

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