Category Archives: Fall
By Sarah Hunt, AZFB Communications Intern Ever since I can remember, my mother Melinda Hunt and grandmother LaDonna Gammill have been making our family’s chicken noodle soup recipe. On mildly cold winter nights at home in Arizona to summer road … Continue reading
By Adison McIntosh When I think of family recipes, I think of recipes that express my family’s traditions and culture. There are many recipes in our family that represent us wholeheartedly: BBQ chicken pizza, garlic bacon pasta, and my mom’s … Continue reading
Arizona has some of the best fruits and nuts in the world. Dates, pecans, pistachios, and lemons are all coveted Arizona exports. In 2018 alone Arizona’s pecan production was worth over 52,170,000 dollars and 17,000 acres were used for harvesting pecans.
By Danielle Sharkey a recent ASU Nutrition Student It is winter in beautiful Arizona. Temperatures are dropping, skies are cloudy, and the furry clothes are on! It is finally winter and… soup season! Winter is my favorite season in Arizona … Continue reading