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  • Texas-Style Chili , Image by Rachel Johnson

    Turn Up The Heat

    Depending on where you call home, a steaming pot of chili can mean a lot of different things. In Texas, chili is all about the beef. Forget the beans, don't even think about adding chicken. Try this authentic recipe, topped with favorites like shredded cheese, green onions...

  • Peanut Butter Power Bars. Image by Rachel Johnson

    Peanut Butter Power Bars

    Make your own granola bars from common pantry staples. These are perfect for an afternoon snack, morning meal or even a preworkout energy boost.

  • Scottie and Greg Jones, image by Kate Rivera

    Be Our Guest

    Set in the crook of the Siuslaw National Forest, Scottie and Greg Jones found their piece of paradise. A small Alsea, Oregon, spot named Leaping Lamb Farm, it is characterized by verdant pastures, exquisitely temperate weather and lush dark-green forests.

  • Image by Rachel Johnson

    Eat More Beans!

    American farmers plant nearly 2 million acres of edible beans annually. Kennelly Farms, near St. Thomas, North Dakota, contributes about 900 acres to that total each year

  • Image by The Progressive Farmer Archives

    Cornerstones

    Preparation is never lost time. The seeds you plant today will bring a harvest tomorrow. SARAH WEHRLI

  • Image by Rachel Johnson

    Soup's On

    January is National Soup Month, and this soup and chili are sure to keep you warm during the winter season. Dutch ovens and slow cookers are ideal for letting soups and stews simmer for a long time, especially while you're out braving the snow and ice. Such heavy-duty...