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Easter in Greece

By Kevann Jordan A Recent ASU Nutrition Student In Greece, Easter is one of the most celebrated holidays. While we know it as the celebration of Christ’s resurrection, in Greece it is also the end of Lent and directly after … Continue reading

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Easter is Over, What Happens to the Baby Chick in the Basket?

By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern Easter is over, and what once fit in your child’s Easter basket will soon be the size of the basket itself. Everything grows up, just look at your children, younger siblings, nieces and … Continue reading

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Different Ways to Dye Eggs!

By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern Every year around Easter eggs begin to fly off the shelves. After the eggs get home, they get hard-boiled, and then dyed many different colors, and many different patterns! Most of us have … Continue reading

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Fun Facts About Candy

There is no question that Americans love candy.  We give it to those we love on Valentine’s Day, get it from the Easter Bunny on Easter, ask our neighbors for it on Halloween, and get a stocking full of it … Continue reading

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Easy Easter Menus Anyone Can Make

Shopping for your ingredients locally will also help you get the freshest foods at the best price. To help you pick the perfect foods to fill your family’s plates this Easter, here are some easy menu options featuring recipes from the Fill Your Plate blog.

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