Monthly Archives: March 2012

Roasted Peach and Whiskey Glazed Country Style Pork Ribs

By Lea Richards, Pig of the Month BBQ It’s that time of year again. The flowers are finally blooming and the sweet smell of BBQ is in the air… or at least it will be after you get done with … Continue reading

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Crystal Stemware: How to Decide

Crystal stemware is not just for collecting dust in your grandmother’s cabinet!  Crystal can be both fun and functional.  The key to selecting your perfect crystal stemware pattern is within your mind, local department store, and wallet. Step 1 – … Continue reading

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Mosquito Season is Here!

The return of warmer temperatures combined with abundant rainfall signifies the return of mosquito season. This enduring pest is both irritating and sometimes dangerous for your health. Worldwide, mosquitoes are very dangerous to human health, with millions of malaria victims … Continue reading

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Making a Home for Purple Martins

The Purple Martin is a type of North American Swallow that winters in Brazil and nests all over North America. Every year, a large network of hobbyists note and record the progress of the Martins as they make their way … Continue reading

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Grilling 101

In Texas, we grill and we barbecue. The two are distinctly separate and not synonymous acts. Barbecue is the topic for another day. Grilling is the act of cooking over a source of focused heat, most likely outside, and for … Continue reading

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