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Food Friday: Your Easter Dinner Menu

Are you ready for Easter Dinner? If you haven’t already planned out the menu or made a trip to the grocery store, we have just what you need. Choose a meat or main dish, and let us help you with the sides and dessert. Happy Easter! Side dishes: Cabbage Slaw 4 cups finely shredded cabbage 1/4 cup chopped green onion ... Read More »

Food Friday: Pound Cake

Spring is in the air! Sunshine, cool breezes and beautiful weather call for open windows. What better for dinner guests to smell drifting down the road or through the neighborhood than a homemade dessert? Since most fruits aren’t ripe for the picking, an old fashioned pound cake just might do the trick. There are so many types of pound cakes ... Read More »

What’s Under the Mistletoe?

Time to meet under the mistletoe as the holiday season approaches. Tony Glover, Cullman County Coordinator for Alabama Extension, said part of the reason mistletoe is associated with Christmas is because of its presence across the globe. “Mistletoe is an interesting group of plants,” Glover said. “These species are found worldwide. This lends the plant to Christmas use because it ... Read More »

Farming America and the Digital Divide

As many Americans march forward with new technology to make their lives easier, there is a portion of the population being left behind–waiting to access new technologies and new applications. Broadband access and fiber-optic telephone lines may seem like standard amenities, but for many in rural America, it is a matter of access and affordability. Max Runge, an economist with ... Read More »