July 2005

  • Grandpa’s Last Lesson I want to start my column by thanking all of the readers and industry members who have been so supportive over the past few weeks since the death of my grandfather, Keith Warren. The outpouring of support and concern – not to mention kindness – from all of you has made this experience a little easier. And seeing how loved Grandpa was has certainly helped my family celebrate his life rather than simply mourning his death.
  • Pickled Perfect A quart of dill pickles doesn’t sit in the refrigerator very long in most households.
  • Sweet’s Sweet Corn Not every farmer can say his name’s his claim to fame, but Gary Sweet can.

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