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Wild Game Hunting

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The Camaraderie, The Hunt, The Taste Venison, deer, is one of the most traditional, widely-eaten and vastly hunted varieties of wild game. They are a nuisance to corn fields, they damage our vehicles, they eat our vegetation, yet, passersby are stunned by their grace in clearing highway and barbed wire fences. We marvel at their beauty… Read More

Beer and the Body

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Three weeks ago I was tailgating with a large group of friends on our college campus. Our senses were surrounded by: tables butted together and loaded down with tailgating food, laughter, an abundance of beverages, sizzling meats on the grill, the college band, rain in the air, cheering, traffic, children playing, and, conversations of every… Read More

A Fierce and Show-Stopping 4-H Grill Off

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Have you taken the time to walk through a junior fair building at the county fair? Have you focused on 4-H members’ projects realizing their talent, dedication and time? The range of projects go from: large and small animals; sewing and textiles master; clothing master; cake decorating; rocketry master; robotics master; woodworking master; photography master;… Read More

Is It All in the Taste Buds?

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“That soup needs more salt.” “What? The soup tastes fine to me.” Or, “that cake is far too sweet,” yet, that same cake tastes “just right” to someone else. Why do I automatically pucker at the thought of biting in to a lemon wedge, but, my son doesn’t even squirm? How much do comfort, emotion… Read More

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Sweet Sorghum Syrup

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Could this old fashioned sweetener enjoyed by Southerners and Midwesterners up until the early to mid- 1900s be making a comeback? Or, is the process of making the syrup an art form that is disappearing? Due to refined sugar being more available and cheaper than its counterpart, sorghum’s appeal lacked luster and use died down…. Read More