Monthly Archives: March 2013
You can barely turn on the TV without seeing an ad for some new brand of Greek Yogurt. These ads may have you wondering, when did the Greeks start making yogurt and why is everyone so excited about it? Let’s start by looking at why Greek yogurt is different than regular yogurt.
Here in Arizona, we celebrate lettuce, especially from November through March when 90% of the nation’s lettuce come from Yuma, Arizona. No wonder they call that special little spot in southern Arizona the “Lettuce bowl capitol of the nation!”
A total of 40 new maps have been prepared, showing major crop-producing areas in the United States, China, India, Pakistan, and South Africa. Earlier versions of these maps appeared in the Major World Crop Areas and Climatic Profiles (MWCACP) handbook that contains … Continue reading
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.