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Farmers Almanac
The 2014 Farmers Almanac
Farmers' Almanac

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Kumquat Chicken

Kumquat Chicken

A sweet and tangy meal that’s sure to satisfy!

November 2012
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Pheasant Paprika

A pleasant way to enjoy pheasant!

November 2012
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Thai Turkey

Thai Turkey

A zesty, delicious way to use up leftover Thanksgiving turkey.

November 2012
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Marinated Flank Steak

Marinated Flank Steak

A juicy, delicious meal for meat-lovers!

November 2012
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Rolled Stuffed Roast of Venison

Rolled Stuffed Roast of Venison

Enjoy the outcome of the hunt with this delicious game recipe!

November 2012
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Hunters’ Warm-Up Chili

Hunters’ Warm-Up Chili

Enjoy the spoils of the hunt with this satisfying big game recipe!

November 2012
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Savory Sausage and Winter Squash Kebab

Savory Sausage and Winter Squash Kebab

A sensational seasonal recipe!

November 2012
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Mummy Dogs

Mummy Dogs

This Halloween party treat is monstrously good!

October 2012
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Stuffed Roast Goose

Stuffed Roast Goose

A mouthwatering goose recipe for special occasions, or nay time!

October 2012
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