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Warm Soup Recipes for a Cold Day

AUBURN, Ala. – With winter just getting started, people will be looking for any way to keep warm. One way that always seems to do the trick is making a nice hot pot of soup. These recipes are sure to help keep you warm on those cold winter days. Beef and Vegetable Soup Ingredients 1 quart defatted beef stock 1 ... Read More »

New Year’s Day Feast

AUBURN, Ala. – As we get ready to head into the new year, most people will be gathering together to eat the traditional New Year’s Day feast of ham, turnip greens and black eyed peas. Ham is eaten to bring good health for the upcoming year. Black eyed peas are eaten in hopes of bringing good luck. Lastly, turnip greens ... Read More »

Candy Recipes Prefect for the Holidays

AUBURN, Ala. – The Christmas season is filled with all kinds of treats and goodies. All month long, people spend hours upon hours making their family’s favorite Christmas candies. These candy recipes are sure to add a little extra cheer to your holiday season. Chocolate Fudge  Ingredients 2 cups sugar 1 cup evaporated skimmed milk ¼ teaspoon salt 2 squares ... Read More »

Perfect Holiday Cookie Recipes

AUBURN, Ala. – With Christmas right around the corner, some people are looking for easy recipes to finish up their last minute cooking and baking. A simple item that is always a crowd favorite is cookies. Not only will your friends and family love these recipes, Santa Claus will appreciate homemade cookies when he visits you on Christmas Eve. Chocolate ... Read More »

Holiday Beverages Perfect for Parties

AUBURN, Ala. – December seems to be the month for a lot of parties and gatherings. Everyone breaks out their best recipes to serve to their guests. No party is complete without the perfect selection of beverages. These recipes are sure to elevate your party this holiday season. Hot Cocoa Ingredients ¼ cup powdered cocoa ¼ cup sugar 1 cup ... Read More »

Saving Your Lawn During the Drought

AUBURN, Ala. –Homeowners are wondering how to save their lawns as the ongoing drought worsens. Dr. David Han, an Alabama Extension turf specialist, said that grasses are durable during droughts. “Remember that warm season grasses are capable of surviving long periods of extreme drought while dormant,” said Han, who is an associate professor at Auburn University. “Stopping all irrigation and ... Read More »

Venison Recipes Perfect for Deer Season

AUBURN, Ala. – It is officially that time of year where many of your friends and loved ones go missing for several hours at a time. There is nothing wrong; they are just sitting in the woods waiting to bring home the best buck of the year. People are going to be looking for unique and different ways to cook ... Read More »

Thanksgiving Recipes

AUBURN, Ala. – Thanksgiving is the time of year when friends and family gather together to have great fellowship and food. There is nothing better than having a traditional Thanksgiving meal. These recipes are sure to be a great additional to your family’s Thanksgiving meal. Roast Wild Turkey Ingredients 1 8 to 10 pound turkey, ready to cook Salt and ... Read More »

Strategies to Help Livestock Producers Battle Drought

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AUBURN, Ala. – Alabama is suffering the worst drought conditions the state has seen since 2006. Some areas need as much as 15 inches to break the drought. Livestock producers are facing tough decisions about how to manage their herds. Not only is watering their herds an issue, but now feeding the herd is becoming an issue as well. Ken ... Read More »

Fall Recipes Using Pumpkin

AUBURN, Ala. – When the leaves starts to change and the weather gets cooler, we know that it is time to get our fall recipes ready. A favorite ingredient to use in fall recipes is pumpkin. Whether it is pumpkin pie or a nontraditional recipe, everyone has a series of pumpkin recipes in their arsenal. Pumpkin Bread Ingredients 2/3 cup corn-oil ... Read More »