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What’s in Season in September

The long, hot, slow days of summer are gone which means the second part of the growing season is just getting started here in Arizona.  As families settle back into a school year schedule, farmers and ranchers are producing a … Continue reading

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July 4th Picnic Still Costs Less Than $6 per Person

An all-American Fourth of July picnic of the nation’s favorite foods including hot dogs, cheeseburgers, pork spare ribs, potato salad, baked beans, lemonade and chocolate milk will cost slightly more this year but still comes in at less than $6 … Continue reading

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Better Know a Bean

Beans have been around at least as long as we have and are one of the plants that have been cultivated the longest.  Beans have been an important source of protein throughout history because on average they provide more than … Continue reading

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Fill Your Plate is a Work in Progress

Fill Your Plate is a work in progress. At the Farm Bureau, we’re working to add more recipes.

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Baked Beans – An American Original

It is fitting that July is National Baked Bean month, allowing us to celebrate one of the few truly original American dishes alongside America’s birthday. Whether you decide to try the traditional method of cooking or opt to just pick up a can at your local grocery store, baked beans are the perfect side dish for your mid-summer celebrations.

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