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Is there any way we can still get recipes from November? I wasn’t able to connect with this page then. Thank you.
We haven’t started sending a monthly newsletter from Farm Flavor yet, so you didn’t miss anything in November. This is something we are currently developing, and you can look forward to it early next year. For seasonal recipes, check out our Christmas and Winter recipe collections. We also have great Thanksgiving recipes if you’re looking for something to do with that leftover turkey.
Thanks for checking out the site, and we’ll let you know when you can expect our first e-newsletter!
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too much info “required” – birthday???? best when these are email only / or first name and email – quick and easy sign up. I understand in this you also need location – just ask for zip code. You would get lots more sign ups.
can’t wait to start getting this newsletter!! Great recipes and info!! Thank you, Pam
I have made the strawberry cake many time and get raves every time it is served. The best strawberry cake ever!!!
I would like to know how to subscribe to ALABAMA AGRICULTURE MAGAZINE.
Alabama Agriculture is an annual magazine published in conjunction with the Alabama Department of Agriculture. The 2012 issue launched in March, but we don’t offer subscription services as it only comes out once a year. However, we’d be happy to send you a copy if you provide us with your address – just send us an email at farmflavor(at)jnlcom(dot)com. Alternately, you can view the digital magazine online here: http://farmflavor.com/magazine/alabama-agriculture-2012.
content director, Alabama Agriculture
Always looking for recipes.
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Looking for my roots too.
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I live in Canada and not a State..Send me recipes if you can
Thanks for pointing that out to us! That section is no longer a requirement, or you can select the first blank state field in the drop down.
editor, Farm Flavor
I will be happy to join. Anything Kim is involved in I support because I know it will be the best!!!
always looking for something new to fix. thanks
I love new recipes. I try new things and give my food away to friends.
Can’t wait to get recipes, my husbands belly will sure be happy!!!
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Greetings fellow gardeners,
Mark your calendars for the next meeting of the Montgomery Area Daylily Society on Saturday, April 12, at 12:00 p.m., at Memorial Presbyterian Church.
The church is located south of I-85, between Monticello Dr. and Vaughn Rd.
The April meeting guest speaker will be prominent daylily hybridizer Tommy Maddox of Biloxi, MS. You can view some of his daylilies at http://tomsdaylilies.blogspot.com/
Join us to hear Tommy talk about his recently AHS introduced ‘eye candy’ plants as he shares his techniques and tips for growing big, beautiful plants. He will also bring his plants to be auctioned off after his presentation (see attached flyer).
For club information, contact Terese Goodson, President, MADS
334-288-6024 Email: [email protected]
MADS website: http://www.montgomeryareadaylilysociety.com/index.htm
MADS will start with a luncheon , then Mr. Maddox’s slide show, an auction followed by a business meeting. Please bring a covered dish to this free event.
April 12, 2014 – Memorial Presbyterian Church
2130 Bell Rd., Montgomery, AL – Time: 12:00 noon
(Sponsored by the Montgomery Area Daylily Society – Region 14 of the American Hemerocallis Society)
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there!
Marie Updike, V.P. of MADS
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Can’t wait to start receiving my newsletter and recipes.
i love your recipes.
Picked up your magazine of Go Texan at the rodeo in Austin. Great magazine. Love it. Country girl moved to the city – still country at heart.
Would be nice to have the name of recipe beside the date off the newss letters above.
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I didn’t intend to sign up for second newsletter. I already receive newsletter and love getting it. I thought I was signing up for recipe of the week. I would like to subscribe to your magazine. It contains so many interesting articles and places to visit.
I HAVE SIGNED UP FOR THE Newsletter multiple times, but have never received one. I decided to try again, but, the website tells me I don’t have a valid e-mail address, go figure!
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