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Boy Scout merit badge stew

I remember it like it was yesterday! I had all the requirements for the Boy Scout cooking merit badge accomplished — the menus, buying the food for the patrol, making the fire — all...

Butternut squash soup

By Bob Brennecke Fall is the time when there are a lot of squash available. In fact, I found some butternut squash on my porch the other day and no note, so I started...

Ozark remedies might help cure what ails you (or they might not)

We’re all too painfully aware these days of disease and sickness, so I thought I’d throw out there a few more old Ozark folk remedies, some of which I don’t think I’ve shared before....

Grease or air? You decide

I grew up eating oven-baked turkeys. No matter how mom did it, no matter how much basting, stuffing and fussing, the breast was always dry and had very little taste.   I just thought...

Connecting with our children in the 21st Century

 People look forward to camping in the great outdoors for many reasons. The reasons are many, and vary fro person to person. These can include getting away from the pressures of everyday life like...

Don’t fire up the grill for that armadillo just yet

The lowly armadillo has finally arrived in Missouri. It has only taken several million years, but he made it. And in case you did not know it, prior to the point in time when...

Berry Slab Pie (prepared by Amy Vance)

• Yield: Makes 12 servings.   Ingredients: • 2 refrigerated pie crusts, softened. • 2 packages (8 ounces) fat-free cream cheese. • 1/2 cup sugar or less (depends on sweetness of berries). • 1...

Missouri’s berry treasure is healthy & tasty: Enjoy berry harvest salad

Summer in Missouri means an abundance of berries like strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, gooseberries, currants, huckleberries, and more. “Different varieties of these fruits can be harvested from mid-May through October in Missouri, offering us a...