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By Morgan Crawford, Recent ASU Nutrition Student We made it to October! With the scorching, Arizona heat almost behind us, fall is in sight. Get ready for pumpkin spice, hot apple cider, and sweater weather. Fall is by far … Continue reading
By Kat Brown, Recent Arizona State University Nutrition Student With fall creeping up around the corner, and hopefully double digit temperatures, it’s about to be the season of the pumpkin! Watch out because a new squash is in town. It … Continue reading
It’s May which means Mother’s Day brunches, Memorial Day cookouts, and even more Arizona-grown delicious fruits and vegetables to your local farmers’ markets and grocery store aisles. This time of year it is even easier than ever to find locally … Continue reading
It’s hard to believe it is August already but the back to school sales and monsoon rainstorms don’t lie. But even though summer has peaked and we are firmly heading toward fall, there is no reason to dismay. Hopefully, August … Continue reading
The squash, in all of its forms, from A-corn to Z-ucchini have been enjoyed in North America since before the Europeans arrived. In fact, the Native Americans grew squash together with corn and beans on little hills because they discovered the plants grew healthier when planted this way.