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February 2015

February 2015 Country Kitchen

It’s February, which means it’s time to celebrate those we love on Valentine’s Day. What better way to show your love to a sweetheart, grandkids or friends than a batch of homemade cookies? more

January 2015

January 2015 Country Kitchen

January is Alabama’s coldest month, and cold weather calls for a big bowl of warm soup. Served as an appetizer or main course, vegetarian or meaty, dinner for two or a meal for those in need — soup is arguably the ultimate comfort food. more

November 2014

December 2014 Country Kitchen

For many Southerners, it’s not Christmas without pecans. Generations of home cooks have used them in treasured holiday dishes, making the pecan a nostalgic nut that is as arguably as important as the Christmas ham. more

October 2014

November 2014 Country Kitchen

Peanuts are a staple in the American diet, and they’re just as popular in other cultures. From Asian to African to American cuisine, peanuts and peanut butter are common ingredients in main dishes, desserts and sauces. more

October 2014

October 2014 Country Kitchen

A classic chocolate pound cake won first place and $150 for Becky Martin of Russell County at the 2014 Heritage Cooking Contest sponsored by the Alabama Farmers Federation Women’s Leadership Committee Sept. 4 in Montgomery. more

September 2014


Men and women across the state jumped at the chance to submit their favorite pork recipes for the Alabama Pork Producers’ Pork Cooking Contest. Winners from each county were chosen, and the top three recipes in the state are featured in this month’s Country Kitchen. more

August 2014

August 2014 Country Kitchen

Fresh fruit is one of summer’s greatest assets. From refreshing smoothies and fruit salads to decadent desserts like cobblers and cheesecake, fruit is versatile, delicious and healthy. more

June 2014

July 2014 Country Kitchen

Few things welcome the sweet taste of summer better than a farm-fresh peach, and there aren’t many farmers who grow the fuzzy fruit better than Jimmie and Alice Faye Harrison of Chilton County. more

May 2014

June 2014 Country Kitchen

Diane Krupinski knows sweet corn. Her family’s farm, Krupinski Farms in Foley, is a hotspot for buying locally grown corn in Baldwin County, the sweet corn capital of Alabama. “Corn down here is a hot commodity,” Diane says. “In the summertime, everybody always wants the sweet corn. One reason I think it is so popular here is it goes so well with seafood. When you do a shrimp or crawfish boil, you’re going to want corn to go with it.” more

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