Deer hunting is in full swing now. Have you ever wanted to try dry aging venison meat? You can do it. I took a back-strap cut I was given last year and laid it on butcher paper uncovered in the refrigerator, allowing it to dry age in the controlled, chilled environment. I turned it every […]
A great relationship between two women entrepreneurs gives new meaning to farm-to-table. Rose Schweikhart of Superior Bathhouse Brewery in Hot Springs National Park and Valorie Lee of JV Farms in Bismarck turn waste grain from beer making into food for hogs. And then the hogs are turned into franks and bratwursts and served at the brewery restaurant. Watch their story.
We visited Jeremy Bemis on his family’s tree farm near the southern Pulaski County town of Wrightsville. A brief venture into growing pumpkins and Christmas trees led to development of Bemis Honeybee Farm, which Jeremy and his wife Emily operate.
A little girl who once was terrified of mud, has chosen to follow in her dad’s footsteps and continue the family farm legacy of row-crop farming.
I guess you would consider it ‘made from scratch’ because it requires some mixing of ingredients. But everything you will need for this one comes straight off the grocery store shelf.
This week’s tip is all about getting that ‘made from scratch’ taste without the time and work.
Jeff Edwards farms in the Sherrill-Pastoria community near Pine Bluff and has for most of his life. Like others in the Arkansas River Valley, he lost cropland to historic flooding earlier this year. He and his family have weathered challenges like this before, though, and Jeff plans to continue farming until, “the Lord calls him home.”
Mmm… Banana nut bread. There are a lot of choices out there for this iconic cake-bread hybrid. Most box mixes are OK, I guess, but this scratch-made recipe is sublime.
So what makes the perfect baked potato? Whether it’s heated in a microwave, baked in the oven or in a bed of campfire coals, it’s an internal temperature of…
One of the best ways to learn about where food comes from and the hard work it takes to grow it, is to plant your own vegetable garden. Master Gardener and Pulaski County Farm Bureau board member Kathy Ratcliffe talks about what students learn when experiencing the Farm Bureau Federation inspired demonstration garden at the C.A. Vines 4-H Center in Ferndale.