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    Fabulous February

    February 2023
    February is here, bringing us colder weather, the Super Bowl and Valentine’s Day. And don’t forget Idaho Potato Lovers Month and American Heart Month, too.
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    Happy Holidays!

    December 2022
    December is filled with one of the most anticipated holidays of the year: Christmas. December is also filled with other multicultural celebrations, including Hanukah, Kwanzaa and New Year’s Eve.
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    The Season of Gratitude

    November 2022
    Now that the weather is cooler and the season has changed, we are seeing more and more people cooking at home. Squash is one of the more popular items to enjoy cooked or used as holiday décor.
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    Fun, Food and Fireworks!

    July 2022
    Independence Day in the United States is an annual holiday commemorating the formal adoption by the Continental Congress of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, in Philadelphia, PA.
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    Spring is in the Air!

    March 2018
    The most popular holiday in March is St. Patrick’s Day. St. Patrick’s Day, which is always March 17th, is an Irish holiday honoring Saint Patrick.
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    Time to Give Thanks!

    November 2017
    November celebrates two holidays that we give our thanks for…The first is Veterans Day which is celebrated on November 11. This year Veterans Day falls on a Saturday...
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    Fall Has Arrived!

    October 2017
    As the seasons change and Fall approaches, we are preparing our homes for cooler weather and family gatherings. Colors are changing to browns, golds and oranges, and new seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables become available to warm our kitchens.
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