Fall Farm to Table Recipes

By    Posted in Arkansas Recipes, Dessert, Dinner, Featured Farmer, Front Porch Magazine, Holiday, Side Items

It may not feel like fall just yet, but it’s time for our fall issue of Arkansas Farm Bureau’s Front Porch magazine (which you can see here). This fall’s issue focuses the bountiful harvest of Arkansas farmers that helps fill our holiday tables or football tailgate plates at this time of year. Whether it’s...

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My Brother’s Salsa
May 17, 16

By    Posted in Hospitality, In the News

“Make it delicious and they will come.” – Helen Lampkin When Helen Lampkin was a young wife in central Arkansas, she made the decision to be a homemaker.  She did this at a time when many women were leaving the house to pursue a career. “I got a lot of grief from other women about staying home,” Lampkin explained....

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NWA vs Hunger
Mar 05, 15

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Taste Arkansas connects Arkansans interested in food; from farmers and ranchers to chefs to moms looking for recipes to feed their families. But, did you know that one in five Arkansans suffer from hunger? One in four kids in Arkansas suffer from hunger and Arkansas leads the country in terms of senior citizen hunger.  Well, Bret...

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Moms on the Farm Tour
Jun 05, 14

By    Posted in Agriculture Events, Faces of Agriculture, In the News

It’s not that I’m a city girl, but the farms I grew up around were like distant planets to me. I knew they were there, but didn’t know much else about them. So when Janeal Yancey asked if any of the Arkansas Women Bloggers wanted to attend the Moms on the Farm tour, I jumped at the opportunity. Before the tour, I imagined...

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Five common misconceptions about your holiday bird

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It is no secret that my parents raise turkeys for Butterball LLC. Last year I even shared a behind-the-scenes look at turkey farms in this very magazine. As an insider, my friends that don’t have access to the farming lifestyle ask me tons of questions. I am happy to share a little bit about our family farm and what I’ve learned about agriculture. I thought this year, in honor of Thanksgiving, I should share five misconceptions that I am asked about on a regular basis.

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May 29, 12

By    Posted in Agriculture Events, In the News

The Arkansas Soybean Board in partnership with P. Allen Smith hosted Bean2Blog at Moss Mountain Farm. At the event, several women bloggers from across the state gathered to spend the day getting acquainted with the miracle bean.

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