Heather Berry

You’ve Got Some Chops!

You’ve Got Some Chops!

by Heather Berry | hberry@ruralmissouri.org Pork makes mealtime options delicious October is National Pork Month and we’re happy to share these delicious recipes from our friends at the Missouri Pork Association. Whether your plans are to grill, bake or fry, pork...

Woven With Love

Woven With Love

Fourth-generation loom weaver shares tradition There’s something satisfying about hearing the steady thump-thump as you walk into Ava Craft Center in Burfordville. It’s that unique rhythm of the antique floor looms being worked by Lorrie Yount and her mother, Sherri...

Mission Possible

Mission Possible

Joplin ministry offers a hand up to those in need Marsha Whitford remembers what it was like to be a single mom in the ’90s, living paycheck to paycheck while attending college. “I was living life and trying to get by. I guess it seemed like I had it all together...

Bring on the Beef

Bring on the Beef

by Heather Berry | hberry@ruralmissouri.org Whether it's for a quick meal or special occasion, beef is a perfect choice There are many great protein options, but let’s face it: It’s hard to beat a delicious cut of beef. Calorie for calorie, beef is one of the most...

The Original Lemonade House Grille

The Original Lemonade House Grille

According to the calendar, summer is coming to an end. But one of the best parts of the season can be enjoyed all year long at The Original Lemonade House Grille in Poplar Bluff. It starts with one of the 30 fresh-made lemonades offered in flavors such as Blueberry...

Naturally Delicious

Naturally Delicious

by Heather Berry | hberry@ruralmissouri.org An apple a day is a delicious prepackaged treat! With August’s arrival comes a hint of fall and the first harvest from apple trees. Apples are one of nature’s snacks that are as good alone as they are in a favorite recipe....

The Daredevil Drafts of Catawissa

The Daredevil Drafts of Catawissa

Michaela Redeker and her Clydesdales ride with style They sound like muffled thunder as they round the bend. Dust clouds follow as their rider guides them with her reins. The Clydesdales continue galloping within inches of one another and in sync so the rider can...

The Longest Eight Seconds

The Longest Eight Seconds

by Heather Berry|  hberry@ruralmissouri.coop It’s a hot evening and a good crowd is gathered at the Windsor arena for some dirt-kicking action with the Amped Up Pro Bull Riding Tour. When it’s his time to ride, 14-year-old Tucker Root climbs over the fence into the...

Soy Good!

Soy Good!

Give this versatile plant-based protein a try. Soy is a great option for anyone looking for vegetarian or dairy-free proteins for recipes. From main dishes to desserts, soy can be worked into many flavorful recipes. It’s a plant-based protein which is neutral in...

Truth & Exaggeration

Truth & Exaggeration

Jefferson City artist Jim Dyke colors the world as he sees it If you’ve been to the Missouri State Fair, chances are you’ve seen him in action under an awning near the concert grandstand. Marker in hand, caricature artist Jim Dyke quickly sketches likenesses on paper,...

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