Frontier Fare
Ancient Grains

Ancient Grains

From the arrival of Spanish missionaries to the present day, Arizona’s climate has proved to be ideal for growing superior varieties of wheat,...

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Idaho Trout

Idaho Trout

Idaho may be synonymous with potatoes, but trout has been a pioneer staple since it was first settled where cold rivers, streams and creeks were...

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The Beehive State

The Beehive State

Utah has been a leader in apiary science for crop pollination and honey production for over 150 years.   Honey is nature’s sugar, and...

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Eat a Peach

Eat a Peach

In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Oklahoma became one of the nation’s leaders in peach and stone fruit production. Fruit is not exactly the...

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New Mexico Chiles

New Mexico Chiles

Ever since Don Juan Oñate brought the fiery fruit to Nuevo Mexico in 1598, the chile pepper has defined cuisine in the Land of Enchantment.  ...

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Ho! Ho! Ho!

Ho! Ho! Ho!

Sweet treats were greatly anticipated and appreciated at Christmastime on the American frontier. Allie Earp recalled how much her husband, Virgil,...

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