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  1. Remember Show and Tell

    Contributed by RL Those were the days! Excitement abounded as that special day in school arrived and we boxed up that most wonderful of all items to show our teacher and friends.  Remember how we could hardly contain the enthusiasm as we jumped for joy at being able to show everyone our little treasure. (https://kreativeinlife.com/10-creative-show-and-tell-ideas-for-kids/) There were dolls, model airplanes...
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  2. The Abominable Snowmen

    Contributed by RL It’s a myth you know, https://www.livescience.com/25072-yeti-abominable-snowman.html but when the snow is falling and one has to move that snow alone with a small 4-wheeler and a blade, which does not seem to be making any headway, the world seems like it is a giant white blur, at that time one tends to get feelings.  Just that uncomfortable...
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  3. The Start of the New

    Contributed by RL hard red wheat With the beginning of the New Year we are all gung ho for living the dream and keeping all of those new goals that we made for the coming year. The reality is it all starts now. So with the early dawn we begin and as we open the door for that early morning...
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  4. Fair Week!

    Contributed by RL You can smell the excitement in the air! Oh, that is the smoke from a fire burning not to far away on the east side of Bear Lake. But really there is a feeling of excitement as people awake and begin their week then realize that this is fair week for Bear Lake county. (https://www.facebook.com/Bear-Lake-County-Fair-1641811732750830/) Our 4-H...
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  5. July is for Apple Pie and Mom!

    Contributed by RL Here in the west July is a big month. We celebrate 4 July with the rest of the nation by indulging in parades, picnics and fireworks. Then we turn around and celebrate again on the 24 July that heritage that brought us here to the west and to this, the United States of America. Our Pioneer forefathers...
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  6. Dry Molasses

    Have you tried Dried Molasses Dehydrated molasses powder is a versatile product that can be used in cookies, dry rubs, and in barbecue sauces. Molasses powder is great to use without the sticky mess in your recipes. This is a delicious addition to your food storage staples. It is on special this month. Go to Rainydayfoods.com for pricing!
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  7. Sugar Surprise Cookies

    I don’t know very many women who don’t love a good surprise! For mother’s day yesterday, it was the perfect opportunity to surprise both of our mothers with this very sweet treat that sure brought a smile to their faces. These Sugar Surprise Cookies are just that—sugar cookies with a hidden brownie inside!! Mouth-watering, ooey-gooey, and very rich, these cookies...
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  8. Tomato Soup - A Timeless Classic

    Tomato Basil Soup with Grilled Cheese Sandwich I’m sure one childhood memory we all share is the joy of eating a hot bowl of tomato soup after a fun day playing in the cold. It’s a heart-warming flavorful soup that has been around for many years. Tomato soup made its first documented appearance in America in 1872 by our...
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  9. Potato Cakes

    Potatoes are a definite must-have when it comes to your food storage. They are a terrific addition to any breakfast in the form of hashbrowns, or in the form of potato dices they can be mixed in with other breakfast meals. You can eat potatoes for lunch and dinner as a side dish such as mashed potatoes or French fries...
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  10. Butter Mashed Potatoes

    Butter mashed potatoes make a delicious side dish! Here at Rainy Day Foods, we package all of our products with our customers in mind. We strive to distribute delicious and nutritious meals that will come in handy not only in emergency situations, but also for everyday use. We like to pride ourselves on giving our costumers’ their money’s worth...
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