With February being a short month, the anticipation of celebrating spring is on our minds even for those of us still dealing with recent snow and ice storms. But before we see the first daffodil, we have lots to celebrate this month from the Super Bowl (Yeah Bengals!) to Valentine’s Day to several national holidays. This year, as the pandemic lingers accompanied by supply chain disruptions and increased food costs, we need to be reminded we still have food. So amid our celebrations, let’s take time to show our “love” to all who make it possible for these favorites to appear on our tables.
Check out this issue of The AgriNutrition Edge Report for tips on keeping your Super Bowl (or any game watching) party affordable, suggestions for incorporating some of Cincinnati’s iconic foods into the celebration, and “the rest of the story” on the history of Cincy-style chili. This issue also pays homage to West African farmers who face enormous challenges to grow the cocoa that ensures we have chocolate on Valentine’s Day, and throughout the year. Read it here!
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