Fall Farm to Table Recipes

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 turkey, […]

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Slow-Cooked Irish Lamb Stew

As the one national holiday that is celebrated in more countries around the world than any other, St. Patrick’s Day is the day when everyone wants to be Irish. Don your green, and honor St. Patrick with this delicious slow-cooked lamb stew. Growing up, we had cows, chickens, pigs and goats, but we never raised […]

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Throwback Thursday {Valentine’s Day}

Love is in the Air! Valentine’s Day is all about love and making your loved ones feel special. Here are some delicious sweet treats for your sweetheart. Red Velvet Cake   Raspberry White Chocolate Scones with Raspberry Butter   Sprinkle Shortbread Cookies Mini Peach Cobbler

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Hot Drink Bar

A hot drink bar is a warm, tasty cure for cold-hearted winter blues. When the weather is dreary and children need to warm their bones, it’s time to set out the makings for delicious drink selections the whole family, and perhaps a few friends, will appreciate. For a scrumptious hot drink bar, you’ll need: cold […]

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New Year’s Day Recipes

Get to rinsing those greens, grab your good luck peas, and of course, make a cast iron skillet of corn bread to start 2016 off right. Here are some recipes to help you get going. Happy New Year from Arkansas Farm Bureau’s Taste Arkansas. Going Green with Southern Collards   Spicy Garlic Collard Greens   […]

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Maple Pecan Scones with Cinnamon Glaze

I love Christmas breakfast! Growing up, we always had a big, hearty breakfast on Christmas morning. It was a post-gift-giving tradition that always included some kind of delicious baked good. Over time, I’ve become more and more fond of scones. They’re buttery, light and dense at the same time; and capable of a numerous different […]

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Hot Buttered Apple Cider

by Arkansas Women Bloggers member Tiffany Selvey of Songbird Gardens Pumpkin spice season is in full-swing. In Arkansas, however, our agricultural history says we should be celebrating the apple instead. It’s apple season and they’re showing up at farmers markets, in pies and in homemade applesauce. Naturally, this tasty ingredient should be included in the cocktail hour. Hot […]

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Italian Sausage and Cornbread Stuffed Pumpkins

by Arkansas Women Bloggers member Heather Disarro of Heather’s Dish Whenever I hear the word “fall,” my mind goes to two things: colorful leaves and pumpkin everything. Atypically as it may be, the pumpkin dreams aren’t always of lattes or pumpkin bread. Those are delicious and certainly staples on our family’s table, but there’s nothing […]

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Slow Cooker Fluffy Pumpkin Rice Pudding with Caramel Pecan Sauce

by Arkansas Women Bloggers member Debbie Arnold of Dining  With Debbie. When summer slips into fall, it’s pumpkin season in Arkansas. Whether it’s baking, preserving, simmering or decorating, pumpkins play a huge part in the allure of the autumn months. My husband and I look forward to visiting area pumpkin patches and corn mazes with […]

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Fail-proof Spinach Artichoke Dip

Growing up, my mom always kept a fantastic garden, one I continually took for granted because as a preteen – well, who really wants to garden? I’m thankful I can look back and see how amazing we had it. One of the crops we always had plenty of in the spring months was fresh spinach. […]

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