by Susan Crowell on Oct 5, 2011 • Comments Closed
It's a new year for Farm and Dairy, our parent print publication. Each October, we start a new volume, and we've just turned over into our 98th volume.
Warm yourself on chilly autumn nights with a hot drink. This apple cider recipe marries some of the best fall spices for a toasty treat.
Send the kids back to school with a healthy lunch. This recipe combines everything you need: fruit, vegetable, meat, grain and low-fat dairy.
Ice cream is a great way to cool off during the hot summer months, and what could be better than eating it homemade? For flavoring, this recipe uses vanilla and fresh fruit — you pick the variety.
There are plenty of things to pair with dip: Potato chips, vegetables, wings. There are also plenty of dip recipes from which to choose. We like this one, which uses cucumbers and ranch seasoning for cool, crisp flavoring.
This week brought us plenty of photos of cute kids and cows, but Shannah Yoder snapped a photo that topped them all. She captured the moment as her brother, Trevor, greeted the cows on their way to be milked.
June is National Dairy Month, so we figured, why not celebrate? In honor of our love for all things dairy — “dairy” is half of our namesake, after all — Farm and Dairy wants your best dairy-related photos.