Monthly Archives: October 2013

Do You Know Your Cuts of Meat? Part 2

To help you bone up on which cut is which and when each should be used, we put together a primer on the different cuts available in the most common types of meat.   In part 1, we covered some of … Continue reading

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How to Perfectly Cook Pork

Pork which is touted as the other white meat is as versatile as it is delicious.  There is no end to the ways that this succulent protein can enhance the meals you use to fill your family’s plates.  Get inspired … Continue reading

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Six Ways to Keep Your Family Fire Safe

When most of us think about a fire in our home, we picture soot covered but completely safe family members exiting a house framed by bright orange flames against a dark night sky.  This is the image of a “house … Continue reading

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Arizona Food Prices are Up 6% in the Third Quarter of 2013

This quarter’s Stretch Your Dollar menu and recipes are available on    Arizona retail food prices at the supermarket are up in the third quarter of 2013, according to the latest Arizona Farm Bureau Federation Marketbasket Survey. The informal … Continue reading

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Play Your Part in Writing the Story of American Agriculture

If you think back over the past 100 years, the world we live in today is a completely different one than the one our grandparents and great-grandparents grew up in.  From the availability of electricity to the Internet to space … Continue reading

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