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If you stood in front of the house where I spent my early years, you could throw a rock in two directions and hit corn. The other two directions would hit a cemetery and a vacant lot—both of which served as playgrounds for us kids in the neighborhood. I was born and raised in the small town of Yellow Springs, Ohio, where cornfields, pig farms, and dairy operations dominated the landscape. There was plenty of beautiful open space, and it was all agricultural land. This instilled...
If you don't already have a cheese platter, it's a good idea to invest in one for the holidays. And what better way to label cheeses than by writing directly on the plate? Wit & Whistle show you how to create your own DIY cheese plate with chalkboard paint in a few easy steps....