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Where Did Peach Cobbler Come From?
7/16/2018 - 8:48:18 AM
by Jeff Pauls
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Where Did Peach Cobbler Come From?Here’s one way to haul peaches. Ray Kauffman brings in peaches some time in the 1940s.What’s your opinion of peach cobbler? Are you a fan? It may depend on the recipe you made or how it turned out. It might be just a matter of taste. Some recipes are sweeter than others, while some recipes are less ... Read More
Orchard Life: Planting Trees Pt. 2 (a 4 part series) Deciding What to Plant
7/9/2018 - 2:56:26 PM
by Jeff Pauls
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Orchard Life: Planting Trees Pt. 2 (a 4 part series) Deciding What to Plant “Planting is really one of my favorite times of the year. There’s just, I don’t know, something exciting about birth, and that’s kinda the equivalent here in the orchard. You put a tree in the ground and it’s dormant and it looks dead. After a bit it starts coming to life. Those little things take a... Read More
The Yellow Transparent Apple
7/2/2018 - 8:59:41 AM
by Jeff Pauls
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The Yellow Transparent Apple“I’m going to be totally transparent with you right now.” Have you heard that phrase before? It usually means that you might just need to brace yourself, because a) the speaker is about to unload some previously unknown and heavy details about themselves, b) they’re coming for you, i.e., they’re abo... Read More
Is it Time for Fruit Salad? The Variety of Fruit Only Increases From Here on Out
6/26/2018 - 10:06:45 AM
by Jeff Pauls
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Is it Time for Fruit Salad? The Variety of Fruit Only Increases From Here on OutDo you love peaches? The first peaches of the season are Flamin’ Fury® PF1 Peaches. And while were on the subject of the Prunus genus, don’t forget to take advantage of any cherries that we have on hand. In fact, Black Gold Cherries should still be coming in from the orchard. Another favorite in the... Read More
How to Get your Kids to Love Vegetables
6/18/2018 - 10:59:31 AM
by Kristin Louis
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How to Get your Kids to Love VegetablesHow to Get your Kids to Love VegetablesBy Kristin Louis, Guest BloggerWe all know that vegetables are important for health. Of all the fad diets and trends, almost all include plant-based foods. Vegetables are nutrient rich, filling and, when prepared correctly, can be quite tasty. Even though we al... Read More
Be Good to Your Father…
6/11/2018 - 12:11:03 PM
by Jeff Pauls
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Be Good to Your Father…Your dad knows you just about as well as anyone. How well do you know your dad? Probably better than you think. Give it some thought. What’s his favorite music? What’s his favorite pastime? What’s his favorite food? This Father’s Day, why not spend time doing something with him that he especially li... Read More
Just in time for the season: Three Cherry Recipes
6/4/2018 - 11:46:56 AM
by Jeff Pauls
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Just in time for the season: Three Cherry RecipesAfter Memorial Day we have semi-officially entered summer. While we await the summer solstice (June 21), we gear up for our gardens, begin planning outings, and shed our long sleeves at every opportunity. If you’re out and about, you may still see some cherries in bloom. Cherries are coming, and the... Read More
Orchard Life: Planting Trees Pt. 1 (a 4 part series)
5/28/2018 - 9:19:44 AM
by Jeff Pauls
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Orchard Life: Planting Trees Pt. 1 (a 4 part series) Part 1: When, Where, & What to Plant “Planting is really one of my favorite times of the year. There’s just, I don’t know, something exciting about birth, and that’s kinda the equivalent here in the orchard. You put a tree in the ground and it’s dormant and it looks dead. After a bit it starts c... Read More
Remembering Our Loved Ones and Honoring Those Who Serve
5/21/2018 - 8:28:41 AM
by Jeff Pauls
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Remembering Our Loved Ones and Honoring Those Who ServeMemorial Day is approaching. “The first national celebration of the holiday took place May 30, 1868, at Arlington National Cemetery, where both Confederate and Union soldiers were buried. Originally known as Decoration Day, at the turn of the century it was designated as Memorial Day.” (Library of C... Read More
Apples & National Maritime Day (May 22)
5/14/2018 - 6:22:05 PM
by Jeff Pauls
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Apples & National Maritime Day (May 22)On 22 May 1819, the American steamship Savannah set sail from Savannah, Georgia. This transoceanic voyage was the first of its kind. Up until this time, no ship had used steam power to make such a voyage, but had relied solely on wind. In 1933, the U.S. Congress declared May 22 as National Maritime ... Read More
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