When the temperatures drop, curl up by the fire with family and friends and enjoy these delicious snacks. Recipes include Espresso Popcorn, Caramel Corn, Hot Spiced Tea, Apple Gingerbread and Peppermint Fudge.
Winter recipes from casseroles to soups invite home cooks to cozy up with a warm meal.
Hosted by the City of Chicago and the Mayor’s Office of Special Events, Snow Days Chicago is a free three-day winter festival.
Determine the decade by plant fads.
From kneading the silky dough to watching it rise before your eyes, making yeast breads – like those at Hodgson Mill – can be a satisfying experience.
Rick Frels found his calling in woodcarving.
No matter how far you are from retirement, it is important to start planning and saving now.
Sheep are the most prevalent producers of wool, though it also comes from rabbits, goats and alpacas.
Natasha Lehrer, a 22-year-old from Big Rock, Illinois in Kane County is the owner of Esther’s Place Fiber Arts Studio, a business she started in a restored Victorian home when she was 18.
Half million students in Illinois benefit from Agriculture in the Classroom (AITC) annually.
Here are three quick tips to help make sense of seed catalogs
Farm animals and plants contribute to many things Americans rely on or come into contact with nearly every day.
The University of Illinois library is making history more accessible by digitizing its collection of farm newspapers from the late 19th through the early 20th centuries.