vegetables

  1. Family Gathering

    Contributed by RL Its that time of year when our families gather together from far and near. The weather is just about right, crisp in the mornings and cool in the afternoons. The Aspen trees have changed colors and have mostly lost their leaves in our area and the smell of pine trees is clear in the air with folks...
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  2. Mountain Man, Adventurer; Peg Leg Smith

    Contributed by RL October is a time for tales. And one bigger than life folklore (villain/ hero) of the Bear Lake Valley was the one time resident that operated a trading post along the east bank of the Bear River just west of what is known as Big Hill for a few years starting in 1848. (http://idahoptv.org/outdoors/shows/pathwaysofpioneers/BigHill.cfm) In the annuals...
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  3. Make Every Day Earth Day

    “We rarely stop to examine the effects on the environment unless we are hit by a natural disaster…The natural balance of the world is shifting dangerously away from us and we should take care of our environment before it is too late.”1 When was the last time you stopped and smelled the roses? How about the last time you took...
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  4. Get Prepared - Vegetables

    Eating and Storing Healthy! No meal is complete without vegetables – whether as a side dish or as an ingredient in the main entrée. Likewise, no food storage supply is complete without a variety of vegetables. Dehydrated and/or freeze dried vegetables are a great way to include vegetables in your food storage supply. When stored properly in air-tight containers...
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  5. Creamed Garden Vegetables

    Creamed Garden Vegetables Here it is August already and we are starting to enjoy some of the fresh vegetables from our garden. We seem to wait impatiently for the day that we can pick peas and eat them while sitting under a tree. If you are like me and love to grow a garden, you might want to consider...
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  6. Chicken Pot Pie

    Chicken Pot Pie One of my family’s often requested meals is Chicken Pot Pie. I acquired this recipe from a friend several years ago and it was quickly put into the rotation of favorites. While it takes a little time to make, the oohs and aahs you will hear make it worth the effort you put into it. This...
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  7. Creamy Potato Cheese Chowder

    Creamy Potato Cheese Chowder One of the things I got for Mother’s Day weekend was a snowstorm. Because it was cold and snowy I decided we needed some soup to keep us warm. I decided to make one of our favorites: Creamy Potato Cheese Chowder. My entire family loves this soup and asks for it all winter long so...
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