The egg is a symbol for Easter because it represents the miracle of new life. At the Foundry Farm in Cullman, eggs are much more than just a symbol of new life — they’re a big part of a faith-based program that’s helping men turn their lives around after battling drug and alcohol addiction.
For more than a century, everyone from celebrities to local regulars have craved the hot dogs and famous signature sauce served up at Chris’ Hot Dogs. The iconic eatery is located in downtown Montgomery on historic Dexter Avenue. It was the dream of Greek immigrant, Chris Katechis, and his son and grandson are continuing the family legacy.
Farming is like any other business — farmers make changes to ensure they’re caring for the resources they use while increasing efficiency. Learn more about some of those changes with our Ask A Farmer segment featuring Walker County’s Dorman Grace.
Learn more about the yearlong Down to Earth Campaign at www.downtoearthal.com.
What do you get when you mix your favorite childhood sandwich with a favorite childhood dessert? These super scrumptious Peanut Butter and Jelly Blondies, of course! Get the recipe from SouthernBite.com, and thanks to the Alabama Peanut Producers Association for making this segment possible!
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2 thoughts on “Show 812 – Foundry Farm”
I watch Simply Southern every Sunday while I am getting ready for church, i know this is not a religious program, nor are the sponsors necessarily focused on religion; however, my hat is off to you on the segment featuring The Foundry Farm. I appreciated hearing about the farm and the Thrift Store, and I especially appreciated the testimonies of the staff and workers about how the Lord helped them overcome their previous addictions.
Again, hats off for not editing the testimonies out — they were very inspiring.
Thank you so much for your kind words, David.