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By Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau Outreach Director A bit of Arizona history says that before Phoenix was officially named, locals used to call the area Pumpkinville because of all the wild pumpkins that grew in and around what we … Continue reading
By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern It is national fruit cake month, and what better way to celebrate the traditional holiday pastry than with some fun facts! We’ve done a blog on this interesting food before, and now it’s … Continue reading
How well do you know Arizona? If you attended 4th grade in Arizona, then you probably learned quite a bit about Arizona history. But for the majority of Arizonan’s, the history of Arizona is a mystery! To honor our home … Continue reading
When I say “cotton”, most of you will think of blue jeans. Ubiquitous, comfortable, sturdy but sexy, these garments have remained true to their 18th century origins – all cotton, all blue, all the time. The name of the … Continue reading
Although for many Americans “hot sauce” is synonymous with Tabasco sauce, there are actually a wide variety of hot sauces available that range from hot to almost flammable. Let’s take a look at some fun facts about hot sauce.