Chicken spaghetti is southern comfort food at its best. Arkansas is one of the biggest poultry producing states in the country. So in honor of our chicken farmers and September being National Chicken Month, let’s celebrate this comfort food of the South.
Mom’s cookbook. You know the one. That iconic red, three-ringed binder known universally as Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book. There’s a good chance your mother or grandmother had one, too. My mom is long gone. But when I want to get close to her – feel her presence – all that’s needed is to open […]
September is National Rice Month, and Arkansas produces more rice than any other state. Trent Dabbs comes from a long line of rice farmers. The Arkansas County, fourth-generation rice farmer has a serious passion for what he does. In our series, “Rows and Ranches,” Trent describes the planting process.
September is National Rice Month. The winner of the Party Idea recipe for the 2019 Arkansas Rice Is Nice Contest was 16-year-old Emily Gibson of Jonesboro.
Don’t cheat and repeatedly peek under the lid when cooking rice. All of that moisture is needed to make it right.
It’s National Food Safety Education Month. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in six Americans get sick from eating contaminated food. Eating a diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables provides important health benefits, but it’s important that you select and prepare them safely.
September is National Rice month, and this week we are highlighting our rice growing 2018 Arkansas Farm Family of the year, The Isbells. They will also be competing for the 2019 Swisher Sweets/Sunbelt Expo Southeastern Farmer of the Year in Georgia, where they will compete against nine other farms.
Summer is almost gone. Fresh produce from the garden dwindles day by day. Don’t despair. You can still enjoy one of summer’s signature flavors year-round by making these simple, easy pickles. As the name indicates, there’s nothing to it.
Better bacon? What’s that about? I thought just adding bacon to any food makes that food better. So how can it be possible to make bacon better? By adding bacon to it?