Monthly Archives: October 2010

Kirk Branding Day Dinner Featured on Toque Magazine

Five and a half months after my family and I had our branding day dinner videotaped for a series called What’s For Dinner America? the final cut was revealed on the cooking site called Toque Magazine on October 14, 2010. … Continue reading

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The Pringle Poacher Car

  The 2010 opening weekend of elk season began on Oct. 1st for hunters with bull elk tags. In true Pringle Poacher fashion, Saturday, October 2nd was the night of the Pringle Poacher Party. As part of Pringle’s sense of … Continue reading

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Harvesting Ivory in South Dakota

My husband collects teeth. Not just anybody’s teeth, but elk teeth. He doesn’t do anything with them he just likes keeping them and will get them out occasionally to show the kids, relatives, friends, or just look them over. Elk … Continue reading

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The Scoop on Beef

A site worth perusing is http://www.beefitswhatsfordinner.com/. I go there a lot for recipes but also for the helpful information it provides about beef  that I can share with people. Beef It’s What’s For Dinner is funded by the Beef Checkoff Program … Continue reading

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Dress Her Drawers

If you check a cowboy’s drawers, you’re likely to find a pile of silk scarves and bandanas in at least one of them. Cowboys keep their neck warm with silk scarves and use bandanas as hankies or rags. My cowboy … Continue reading

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