Wild Turkey is the state bird (or state game bird) of Alabama, Massachusetts, and South Carolina. Cooking wild turkey is a little different than cooking a standard store-bought turkey, because they are drier and have a smaller breast. It’s important to keep the bird moist when you cook it.Read More
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Information on the pecan: the official state nut of Alabama and Arkansas; the state statute, information on the Pecan Tree, and a recipe for Pecan cookies.Read More
Official State Nut of Missouri:Eastern Black Walnut
English walnut is an important agricultural product of the state of California.
Recipe for Walnut Butter.
The 2006 Florida Legislature designated key lime pie as the official state pie. The key limes (Citrus aurantifolia Swingle) used to make this dessert are named after the Florida Keys where the key limes originated in the United States.Read More
The California Quail (Lophortyx californica), also known as the valley quail, became the official state bird in 1931. Recipe for Marinated Grilled Mountain Quail With Fresno Herbs.Read More
South Carolina was the first state to choose the peach as their official state fruit in 1984. Georgia became known as the Peach State, and they chose the peach as their official State Fruit in 1995. Alabama also decided to designate the peach as their official state fruit in 2006.Read More
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The White-tailed Deer is the state mammal (state animal, or state game animal) of Arkansas, Illinois, Michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Wisconsin. When cooked, deer is known as venison. It is a delicious, lean meat.Read More