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Recap: 2014 Iron ChileHead Competition

Chile Fest ’14 was a blast this last weekend. Starting Saturday, setting up the area for the Iron ChileHead Cookoff and Brewoff first thing in the morning to taking down the shade structures late in the afternoon, it was non-stop. We’ve had Chile Fest at the stores for several years, and last year invited food […]

My Grandma, the foodie.

If you get our weekly enews articles then you’ve met my Grandmother Coulter, the War Cry Lady. She sold the Salvation Army’s magazine in downtown Wichita for years, and never drove or owned a car. It was usually the bus or trike (my favorite) she rode to run errands from her home on Woodland in […]

Caprese Salad

My tomatoes have finally begun to ripen in my acre, and my countertops have been graced with several different varieties of tomatoes including Black Krim (my personal favorite), Roma and Cherry. The thing I love about growing tomatoes is the abundance of produce that you get from just one single plant. However, there are times […]

Warm Kale Salad

This week in the Johnson’s Garden Centers email newsletter we made mention of a Warm Kale salad that is absolutely to die for. Well, in an effort to help you make the most of your acre, we decided it would behoove us to share the recipe with you. The timing is perfect for this recipe […]

Roasted Root Vegetables

Some of the most delicious and fun vegetables to serve are root vegetables. This recipe is delicious, healthy and come in colors that are sure to get your kids eating their vegetables! Ingredients: 2 lb. Potatoes – (Red, Purple, Yellow, etc. The more colorful potatoes you use, the more colorful the dish will be.) 2 […]