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Champion Gluten Free Cookie
Have you eaten or made a flourless cookie? Most people haven’t and don’t think to even try that, but if you are gluten intolerant, then you would be thinking about this all the time! If you do have this intolerant, then you are in luck! We had a Cham (More)
Champion Food Preservation Recipe
This year’s Champion Food Preservation went to Dominique Schutte; she made Pickled Banana Peppers. When she sold it at the Foods and Livestock Auction she paired it with the fixings to make pizza, it looked very yummy and I wanted to buy it myself. (More)
Champion Pie
Our 2017 Fair is over, and I would say we had a pretty great Fair! As usual I will be posting some of the Champion 4-H Winning Recipes. This week’s recipe comes from Marissa Hurst. Marissa is in the Lucky 13 club and participates in many other 4-H pr (More)
2016 Champion 4-H Quick Bread
It is Fair Season! Since we are busy at the Fair Grounds, I thought I would share the Champion 4-H Quick Bread again. Quick bread is, to me, is one of the more fun to make breads because there is no kneading and no waiting for the bread to rise; m (More)
As summer moves forward, peach season approaches. Whether you pick your own or buy them from your local grocer, it is hard to beat this juicy summer treat! Peaches can be in any meal and more. Here are some ideas to incorporate them into your meals. (More)
Importance of Water
Are you thirsty? Chances are you aren’t but your body really is. Water loss develops quickly if you are working outside; and with this heat, it can happen quickly too. Take a minute and weigh yourself before and activity and at the end. For every pou (More)
Operation Red File
What would happen when if you went down in your home and became unconscious? When the EMS or Firefighters show up would they know you have a DNR, the medication you take, or your emergency contacts? My answer is no, and yours might be no also. Tha (More)
Freezing Fruits
Strawberries and other delicious spring fruits can easily be frozen to enjoy later in the year when they are less available. When freezing any fruits, be sure to freeze only fully ripe, good-quality fruit and wash fruits before freezing. Many frui (More)
National Praline Day
It is National Praline Day! What better way to celebrate than to give you a recipe from Food Network from Paula Dean. Enjoy! More)
Keeping Your Pets Safe
With the severe weather this week, did you have an emergency plan in case something went wrong? Most people have their go to bag, or list that they pack up in (More)
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