Show 923 features 2023 Outstanding Young Farm Family winners Brady and Anna Peek of Limestone County, the Church in the Pines, What's in Season for December, a Sweet Grown Alabama feature on sweet potatoes with Joel Sirmon of Sirmon Farms; and a Southern Bite recipe for the Southern Tomato Gravy.
Show 922 features Outstanding Young Farm Family finalists Whit and Amanda Lovelady of Talladega County; National Square Dance Convention; Extension segment on chainsaw safety; a profile on Randy Brown from Alabama Farm Credit; and a Southern Bite recipe for Old Fashioned Skillet Cake.
Show 921 features 2023 Outstanding Young Farm Family second runner-up Mitchell and Rebecca Henry of Lawrence County, the North Alabama Agriplex, an interview with Alabama Farmers Federation's Mitt Walker about the farm bill, a Sweet Grown Alabama feature on tomatoes with Destiny Allman Gladden of Allman Farms and Orchards; and a Southern Bite recipe for the BEST Garlic Bread.
Show 920 features Auburn University Bee Lab, sporting clays at Selwood Farm, the latest agricultural news with a new Rural Roundup, Extension segment on aquaponics, and a Southern Bite recipe for Southern Peach Chess Pie sponsored by Alabama Fruit & Vegetable Growers Association.
Show 919 features smocking with Franklin County's Carol Glass, Boarhog's Barbecue in Madison County, What's in Season for November, a Sweet Grown Alabama feature on pecans with Bran and Karla Futral of Futral Farms; and a Southern Bite recipe for Shortcut Tomato Focaccia, sponsored by Sweet Grown Alabama.
For Alabama Extension Week Oct. 22-28, enjoy rewatching these Simply Southern features from years past that focus on Extension programs, people and research. Learn more about Extension by visiting http://www.aces.edu/discover.
October is Beef Month in Alabama, so enjoy a full week's worth of beef recipes thanks to our resident food blogger and recipe developer Stacey Little of Southern Bite.