Monthly Archives: September 2014

50 Things to Do with Chili Peppers

Chili peppers are one of the signature tastes of the Southwest and no matter how hot you like them, these recipes offer new opportunities to feature this favorite Arizona flavor. Arizona Quiche Balsamic London Broil Cantaloupe Basil Salsa Screaming Hot … Continue reading

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Are You Ready? It’s National Preparedness Month

Living in Arizona means we don’t have to worry about most of the natural disasters that plague other parts of the country.  We never need to worry about hurricanes, earthquakes and tornados rarely happen here, and wildfires and flooding sporadically … Continue reading

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The Cost of Raising Kids

There is no question that having kids costs money but do you have any idea how much it will take to raise a child born last year through the age of 18?  According to the USDA’s annual Cost of Raising … Continue reading

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Get Ready to Go Green – It’s National Guacamole Day!!

You may think that now that Labor Day has passed, there aren’t any other holidays in September worth celebrating but that’s only because you don’t know it is almost time to celebrate National Guacamole Day.  And we can’t think of … Continue reading

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It’s Contest Time! Send in Photos of Your Beloved Farm Dog

The Arizona Farm Bureau knows that a dog is man’s best friend… and a farm boy’s best buddy. We would love to see photos of your beloved dog on the farm or ranch! So, we are running a contest, asking … Continue reading

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