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FLAVORS OF FALL IN ARKANSAS The New South family is aching for leaves to turn colors and the autumn harvest to begin...

Our farmers grow a lot of veggies that yearn to mixed into a beautiful, crisp salad. Over the years, we've become dressing connoisseurs of sorts, and this honey lemon herb dressing is a favorite. We love it with Rosemary, others love it with Thyme. You can even substitute the lemon for other citrus fruits. Let thy palette be thy guide!  INGREDIENTS 2 tablespoons of...

Food is fuel. The better your fuel, the better your performance. If you are already eating healthy, naturally grown foods daily, you’re making great strides to your overall health and wellness. But are you ready to take it to the next level? Herbs are more than the aromatic flavor bombs -- they are packed with nutritional value. From traditional basil leaves to...

Nothing beats the southern treat of fried green tomatoes and fried okra. We paired this recipe with a fresh salsa for a bright punch of flavor — but you can also enjoy these fried delights with your favorite dip like chipotle mayo or ranch dressing. INGREDIENTS New South green tomatoes New South okra New South cornmeal, seasoned as you like it Your pan-frying oil of...

Bending the rules in the kitchen is fun. Who says you can't add fried green tomatoes to the traditional "holy trio" of caprese (mozzarella, basil and ripe tomato)? And who says you can't put it all on a stick? We say you CAN, and you should. Pow! In this recipe, we're excited to use organic cornmeal from Braggadocio Farms, which is...

We can hardly call this a recipe, because it's so dang simple. The pure flavor of smoke, umami and salt makes this a rare and delicious treat. Enjoy on your porch before supper with your favorite beverage. INGREDIENTS New South shishito peppers A few splashes of olive oil Flake salt (Malden is a good brand) STEPS Add oil to the skillet Heat to medium-high heat Throw in the...

This recipe is a co-op favorite way to use the whole vegetable -- from root tip to green top! STEPS Pre-heat oven to 400F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Place carrots in a bowl- drizzle carrots with olive oil, balsamic vinegar & honey, tossing to coat. Spread carrots on parchment lined baking sheet and sprinkle carrots with sea salt. Roast carrots...

Eating fresh, whole foods is a great way to improve your health and wellness. When you eat with the seasons, like our produce box members do, you’re also getting produce at its highest nutrient density of the year. It’s only natural that when tomatoes are in season, they are better tasting and better for you than in their off season. Seasonal eating...

Getting to the Root of Healthy Teeth By Dr. Alex Sharp, Sharp Family Dentistry   Full disclosure: I’m a dentist by trade.  I work on teeth 40 hours a week, and let me tell you: most people’s diets aren’t doing their teeth any favors.   According to the American Dental Association, as of 2015, tooth decay is the most common chronic disease state...

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