Alabama Pecan Co. has been going strong for years as an online company. But in 2021, owners Adam and Elizabeth Shanks decided it was time to give roots to the company that was born in The Cloud as they opened up a brick-and-mortar location in Samson. You can still find lots of goodies to order online, but now you can also enjoy the Alabama Pecan Co. Mercantile and Cafe.
These dogs have got the look with beauty, poise and style. But only one will win the prestigious honor of Best in Show at the Cotton Cluster Dog Show in Decatur. It’s the affiliated show for the Decatur Alabama Kennel Club and the Huntsville Kennel Club. Watch to find out if your favorite dog breed claimed the prize!
It started with $50 and 2 pounds of cabbage seed. One hundred years later, Bonnie Plants has blossomed into a growing nationwide company, requiring a brand new headquarters in Opelika and expanded greenhouse space in the company’s hometown of Union Springs.
Plus, we have another Alabama Smart Yards, thanks to Alabama Cooperative Extension System! Get details on how to deal with dead or diseased plants in your garden to help prevent the spread of pathogens.
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Which state does it better — Kentucky or Alabama? Stacey Little of SouthernBite.com is putting his spin on the traditional Kentucky Butter Cake, including adding an authentically Alabama ingredient — pecans!
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