With obesity rates so high, consumers are looking for ways to reduce sugar even in home-canned foods says Janie Burney, a professor and food preservation specialist with the University of Tennessee Extension Department of Family and Consumer Sciences.
You can become a good bridge player if you can add and subtract up to 40 and figure out how many of the 13 cards in each suit each player has. This may be simple for you, but a Common Core student may have a heck of a time with it.
There‘s more than one way to skin a cat, or so they say. I can vouch for this having worked as a taxidermist in my younger days. I’ll allow you to absorb that information before I get right to the heart of something I want to pass along this week. Giving has taken on a whole new meaning in this day and age.
Many Christian parents feel guilty when their children do not “turn out right,” and some of that guilt finds its root in the Bible itself. After all, Proverbs 22:6 states, “Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.”
A friend of mine once told me that she could apply music lyrics to a lot of situations in her life. I’m no music scholar, so I can safely say that that would not be my forte. But I do have my own equivalent — movie quotes.
I have had lots of questions regarding what to do about thin tall fescue pastures and hayfields. A thin stand of grass allows more weed pressure and reduces overall grass production. Thin grass stands can result in reduced stocking rates which leads to reduced animal production per acre.
Around this time last year, The “Ray Rice Incident” was one of the hottest topics across news outlets and social media. Deservingly so, Rice, seemingly overnight, lost what he built his life to acquired.