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Fun Recipes for Tailgating

AUBURN, Ala. – With football season in full swing, people are looking for good and fun recipes to feed a hungry crowd of cheering fans. These recipes are sure to make your tailgate or football watch party a hit. Sausage Pinwheels      Ingredients 3 cups of Bisquick 2/3 cup milk 1 pound sausage Directions Combine the Bisquick and milk. Stir until soft dough ... Read More »

Caring for Livestock After Hurricane Michael

AUBURN, Ala. – Hurricane Michael brought winds speeds of up to 155 mph and major rainfall, causing flooding in many areas of the south. Now that recovery efforts are underway, producers must also care for their livestock. Severe weather can cause stress and problems for livestock. Feed and Water      First, producers need a plan to ensure their animals have a ... Read More »

Selecting, Planting and Caring For Shrubs

AUBURN, Ala. – Shrubs are great additions to any landscape. There are a variety of colors, shapes, textures and mature heights to accommodate any design need. Planting a variety of shrubs that bloom at different times of the year add year-round color to a landscape. Extension professionals provide information on selecting, planting and caring for shrubs. Choosing a Shrub Hayes ... Read More »

Food Friday: Broccoli Recipes Keep Diet Healthy and Flavorful

AUBURN, Ala. – Trying to eat healthy while still keeping your diet flavorful and delicious? Try these two broccoli recipes. They are sure to bring flavor and help you watch your waistline. Broccoli Casserole 20-ounces frozen or fresh chopped broccoli 1 can of cream of mushroom soup 2 tablespoons grated onion 1 tablespoon grated lemon rind 3 tablespoons lemon juice ... Read More »

Easy Slow Cooker Recipes

Slow Cooker

AUBURN, Ala. – In today’s fast pace world, people are always looking for ways to cut down time on preparing meals. Many people turn to their slow cookers for help. With a slow cooker, when you get home you will have a meal prepared and ready to serve. These recipes will help save time and make it easier to prepare ... Read More »

Catfish Recipes – More Than One Way

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AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – When people think of catfish they automatically think of fried catfish. Delicious, fried catfish can become tiring after eating it over and over again. These catfish recipes put a new spin on catfish and give you a variety of options to choose from. Catfish Gumbo Ingredients 1 pound skinned catfish fillets, fresh or frozen ½ cup ... Read More »

A New Twist on Apple Recipes

AUBURN, Ala. – Apples are considered one of the most popular ingredients to cook with during Fall. While the traditional ways to cook apples are delicious, this season you might want to try mixing things up a little bit. These recipes are sure to bring a new twist to this fall favorite ingredient. Apple Walnut Cake Ingredients Nonstick vegetable cooking ... Read More »

Emergency Preparation for Dogs

AUBURN, Ala.—Emergency preparation for families includes the family pet. When preparing for severe weather, dog owners need to take several steps to prepare their animals for the weather. The following are measures that can be taken to keep your dog safe and prepared in an emergency. Collars Make sure that your dog wears a properly fitting collar that includes current ... Read More »

Alabama Extension Partners With Alabama State Parks

AUBURN, Ala. –Alabama Extension and the Alabama State Parks are partnering to educate the public about venomous snakes in Alabama. The state parks will distribute a card that identifies venomous snakes found in Alabama to visitors at the parks throughout the state. Dr. Gary Lemme, Alabama Cooperative Extension System director, said the goal of this partnership is to educate the people ... Read More »

Controlling Blossom-End Rot in Tomatoes

AUBURN, Ala. – Tomato plants are some of the most popular things grown in gardens. There are many varieties on the market and each one offers something different. One problem that tomato growers face is blossom-end rot (BER). An Extension professional discusses the causes of BER and some control methods. Chris Becker, an Alabama Extension coordinator in Limestone County, said ... Read More »