Cobblestone Harvest Party – Taking the Farm to the Barn {Giveaway}

Disclosure: This post is sponsored, in part, by Cobblestone Project. THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. THANKS TO ALL WHO PARTICIPATED. #HP2K17 As the growing season begins to wind down, Cobblestone

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Old Fashioned Blackberry Cobbler

I have a love-hate relationship with blackberries. My Nonnie and Pa knew the best “secret” places to find and pick wild blackberries so when I was growing up, picking those

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Sorghum Grain “Popcorn”

Our family enjoys popping sorghum grain instead of popcorn. The popped kernels are much smaller than popcorn and have a slightly sweet, nutty flavor. Sorghum is easy to pop in the microwave

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Pea and Rice Salad with Vinaigrette

Disclosure: As a Brand Ambassador for Riceland Foods, I am compensated for the posts I create for their blog. I was not directly compensated for this post. One of our

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Kitchen Basics: Simple Sweet Southern Iced Tea

I’m not sure there’s anything more Southern than sweet tea. I mean r.e.a.l.l.y. r.e.a.l.l.y sweet tea. The kind my grandmas made every single day until they were no longer able.

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Chihuly: In the Garden + in the Forest

#CBCHIHULY  I’ve long been a fan of Dale Chihuly’s glass artistry so I was thrilled when Crystal Bridges announced some time ago that it would be bringing an exhibit of

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Wilson Gardens-Bringing it all Back to the Farm and Community

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Designsensory, Inc. Opinions are my own.) One of the highlights of my recent visit to Wilson, Arkansas was meeting farm director Leslie Wolverton who skillfully

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Benton’s Riverside Park Grand Opening

Sometimes you just burst with pride when something really good happens in your hometown. When the citizens of Benton passed a recent “quality of life” tax to fund the new

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Lemon-Caraway Irish Tea Bread

Somewhere in my ancestry there must be a few Irish aunt, uncles and cousins. I’ve always been a fan of St. Patrick’s Day — don’t ask me why, but my

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Being Irish in Arkansas {OnlyinArk}

This post was sponsored by OnlyinArk. All opinions are my own. It seems everyone becomes a little Irish when March rolls around. We green up our wardrobes, fill vases with

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