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The 2016 Farmers Almanac
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Spicy Lemon and Curry Chicken Soup

Spicy Lemon and Curry Chicken Soup

This soup is a delicious, lemony take on a classic favorite, and a perfect warm-up meal for cool fall or winter nights. It wow’ed the judges in our 2016 Lemon Recipe Contest!

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Will The Summer Warmth Continue? Check Our Fall Outlook

Will The Summer Warmth Continue? Check Our Fall Outlook

Fall officially arrives on September 22nd. But will the heat hang on? What about foliage? Find out what’s in store. Includes Canada, too!

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Beer: It’s What’s For Dinner!

Beer: It’s What’s For Dinner!

Oktoberfest celebrations may be coming to a close, but beer is still the main attraction and gives a boost of flavor to these delicious easy-to-make recipes!

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Fall 2015 Arrives This Week!

Fall 2015 Arrives This Week!

As we greet the Autumnal Equinox on Wednesday, September 23rd, learn why we will start seeing shorter days and colorful leaves!

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Mars Meets Its Rival

Mars Meets Its Rival

Later this month, Mars will pass relatively near to its “rival,” the star Antares. Who will outshine?

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15 Fall Apple Recipes

15 Fall Apple Recipes

October is Apple Month! Here are 15 of our best apple recipes all in one place!

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Create A Wild Bird Feeder Wreath

Create A Wild Bird Feeder Wreath

Use materials from nature to create a wreath that’s not only beautiful, but beneficial to birds.

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The Chemistry of Fall Color

The Chemistry of Fall Color

Fall provides us with a brilliant show worth taking in every year. But what causes the trees and shrubs to change to such brilliant colors?

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Get Ready For The Autumnal Equinox!

Get Ready For The Autumnal Equinox!

The Autumnal Equinox happens this month and signifies the official change of seasons. Learn more!

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