Monthly Archives: November 2010
A great way to kick off your holiday is with the color of the season and those colors are showcased at the Gardner’s World 25th Annual Poinsettia Festival and Craft Show in Phoenix.
While eating leftover Thanksgiving turkey in the lunchroom at Arizona Farm Bureau, a fellow business associate told me about his after Thanksgiving turkey sandwich. It had such a “yum” reaction from me, I share it here.
We all know that variety is the spice of life when it comes to what we should be eating. Nutritionists recommend that we eat a rainbow of colors every day to help ensure we get the proper balance of vitamins and minerals in our diet. Here are our top seven picks for Arizona grown foods to eat every day.
The holidays bring our favorite apple cider, apple pie, chocolated covered apples, and many other apple desserts. We also like to decorate our holiday trees and tables in luscious Red Delicious apples.
Here are some fun apple facts. Did you know that?
Who doesn’t love breakfast for dinner? We don’t know of anyone and that’s why we want to make certain you don’t miss out on the second annual “PJs & Eggs” breakfast-for-dinner event for which Hickman’s Family Farms asks restaurants around the state to open for “breakfast for dinner.”