The city of Atmore earned designation as a Main Street Alabama community in 2020. Add that to downtown investments and renovations undertaken by a group called the Pride of Atmore and you get a downtown that’s nearly unrecognizable compared three years ago. Learn more Atmore — a reinvigorated railroad town.
Red’s Little School House may be off the beaten path, but the food is sure to remind you of a meal at grandma’s house. And the staff treats you just as kindly as grandmama did, too! Those menu items were nearly a thing of the past until Red’s family decided the restaurant was too good a thing to let go. Pull up a chair, and enjoy a visit to this institution in south Montgomery County.
It’s March, and we’re all anxiously awaiting farmers market season. Until then, though, there are still plenty of farm-fresh vegetables you and your family can enjoy. Sweet Grown Alabama’s Aisling Fields has all those details. Don’t forget to visit www.SweetGrownAlabama.org — it’s your one-stop website for finding local farmers and recipes for all that fresh produce and products!
Plus, Alabama Cooperative Extension System brings us a Farm and Outdoor segment on water resources and water programming. Extension’s own Eve Brantley discusses different ways you can learn about the 132,000 miles of streams and rivers that flow through Alabama.
It might sound like something Sylvester the cat would say, but this Summer Succotash is a scrumptious side dish that allows all the best vegetables of summer to shine! Get the recipe from Southern Bite and thanks to Sweet Grown Alabama for sponsoring this segment.
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