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Greg and Lisa Porter met as students at Cornell University. Both had grown up on dairy farms in different parts of New York and they found themselves in farm finance class together. “He was very smart so I decided I should sit next to him,” Lisa says with a chuckle.
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Tempting, Tasty Snacking Treats for Any Time of the Day or Night
When it comes to a perfect pairing it’s hard to beat the crisp, crunchy goodness of Pretzel Crisps topped with the many varieties of The World’s Best Cheddar. There is something about these two great tastes that we just meant to be enjoyed together.
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Cooking just for you or for two? Here’s how you can make mealtime healthy, fun, and delicious!
It’s official. According to the 2014 census, more than half the US population is single. Granted, it’s not by much. 50.2% of Americans over the age of 18 are unmarried. That means there are a lot of us cooking … Read More ›
In 1930, when Frank and Edith Moore bought a 120-acre farm in Malone, New York it took them three days to walk their 30 Holsteins 35 miles to the new farm. Twenty-five years later, their eldest son Carl, took over the farm until — under the difficult circumstances of Carl’s unexpected death —his son David … Read More ›
Casseroles have long been the go-to dish when you need something quick and easy to feed a lot of people or when making a dish to give a friend. While we think casseroles are great, they’re certainly not the only option.
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The height of the harvest season arrives for me every year topped with swirls of joy, but also with a dollop of guilt.
As farmstands and farmers market stands overflow with deals for bushels of sauce tomatoes and pickling cucumbers, I avert my eyes and keep walking.
I have, I must admit, a deep-seated … Read More ›