GOOD NEWS FOR THE NEW YEAR!

In the world of media, it's always the titillating bit of news that draws an audience. Even if all the facts are not "present", the media jumps on stories and then propels them into the vast unknown, to be consumed by listeners and taken as truth.In the world of beef...

GOOD NEWS FOR THE NEW YEAR!

In the world of media, it's always the titillating bit of news that draws an audience. Even if all the facts are not "present", the media jumps on stories and then propels them into the vast unknown, to be consumed by listeners and taken as truth.In the world of beef...

Sustainable Farming……

Well, I've been remiss in not keeping up with my blog, but it seems the year has been soooo busy, I've procrastinated over and over. NOT that I haven't had my mind on beef and cattle and ranching! Hardly! This has been a tough year to BE a rancher - politically, that...

Sustainable Farming……

Well, I've been remiss in not keeping up with my blog, but it seems the year has been soooo busy, I've procrastinated over and over. NOT that I haven't had my mind on beef and cattle and ranching! Hardly! This has been a tough year to BE a rancher - politically, that...

How the States Got Their Shapes……”culture clash”

Well, the episode of History Channel's "How the States Got Their Shapes" featuring the State of Jefferson premiered this week. The episode was titled "Culture Clash" and the State of Jefferson was the first topic included in the programming.It was fun being a part of...

 
This is a beautifully rendered book with great family recipesThis is a beautifully rendered book with great family recipesLetsBeReal via Amazon

This is a beautifully rendered book with great family recipes. The stories that go along with the recipes are also interesting and some are very poignant, like the story about "Mike's Cornbread" recipe (which I am going to try). Mike Hensley, who got the recipe from his mother, was diagnosed with Alzheimer's and lost his ability to cook. His family cornbread recipe was lost, but several years later, his wife Marcia received an e-mail from an old friend who had found the recipe, and Marcia contributed it to the book. The historical photographs for many of the family recipes add a dimension not often seen in cook books, and the great photos of the food make you want to bake, and this is the season for it!

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