Yearly archive 2012

Bring back snow days!

Well, we've made it to December without a significant snowfall in Northeast Ohio. I'm not sure if I'm glad or disappointed.

I tried them all, but settled on a ‘Mazda’

I'm one of those shoppers who is not loyal to a specific color or brand, and I'm going to go with what I feel will best serve my needs.

Peppermint Mocha Chip Cookies

Peppermint, chocolate and cookie dough... What's not to love about these holiday treats?

Faux Christmas tree or real Christmas tree?

Help reporter Kristy Foster Seachrist figure out if she should decorate a real Christmas tree or an artificial tree by providing the feedback she is requesting.

A Visit From St. Nicholas

Farm and Dairy would like to know what Christmas means to you, using one of the most beloved Christmas poems of all time.

Easy holiday eating: 30-minute chili

When you’ve got a 10-dish meal to worry about, the last thing you need to be stressing over is what to feed your company for lunch when they arrive or for dinner the next night.

Blue Cheese Venison Loaf

Venison meatloaf is a great way to use some of that ground venison you have in your freezer!

Cooking a turkey with kosher salt

Will Flannigan roasted his turkey with kosher salt and spices. Here's how he did it!

Not if, but when repairs are necessary

What are the most common parts you keep handy for repairs? Does your farm have its own mechanic?

Tell us what you want to learn about related to the shale activity

What do you want to know about the shale gas industry and its effect on Ohio and Pennsylvania?

What would you give up for free food?

Few of us understand the freedoms we have here in the United States. Until they're taken away.

Early winter upon us, but at least 2012 is almost over

I feel bad for the farmers, who not only had one of the worst droughts in 50 years but now the flooding and ponding of fields.