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This St. Louis Mail-Order Duck Company Brings Moulard to the Masses

Buying nice meat online is the future—and so is duck, argue Josh and Davi Reznick. “We have two products,” said Davi. “We sell raw Moulard duck breast and a smoked and cured, ready-to-eat duck breast, which is more like charcuterie. Our next offering is going to be a barbecue dry rub for duck breast.

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Floral Tip-Calla Lilies

I have arranged flowers for a long time, yet until Reba Berge provided this simple way to encourage the Lilies of the field to cooperate, I had no idea how easy it is to convince a Lily to stand up straight and stay gorgeous.

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Passion for Kids .........................

Sue Zelickson’s impact in the world of food cannot be overstated. Her passion for creating a healthy environment for all to learn and thrive, has taken her from an elementary school teacher with a passion for kids to a champion supporter of their long-term health, lifestyle and possible vocations. Her impact has reached across 6 generations. Cheers!

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THE REAL SIMPLE METHOD TO ORGANIZE...Your Laundry Room ++

I don’t know about you, but if there is one room in my house that takes a bit more effort to organize, its the laundry room. I live in the land of snow boots, so just picture 4-6 pairs of dripping wet boots. THE REAL SIMPLE METHOD TO ORGANIZING is a great tool to help you detoxify your spaces.

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We Found the Best Serrated Knife

If you’ve ever tried to make a sandwich with a crusty loaf of bread and a ripe tomato, you know how essential serrated knives are to the outcome of your lunch. Along with Epi editors Emily Johnson and Joe Sevier, I tested 13 serrated bread knives on crusty sourdough loaves and winter vine tomatoes. Here are our favorites.

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