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by Diana B
on February 9, 2012 at 2:11 PM
Thank goodness for activists like Ernie, without whom the MFP program would probably still be dead as a doornail. Just look at the number of applicants so far to see how much hunger there is for this program!
by Roberta Goldberg
on February 10, 2012 at 8:53 AM
Had the real pleasure of attending Mr. Miller's class on making Old Fashioned Ice Cream at the Homestead Museum. Not only did we get a nice booklet giving both the original version and updated version for vanilla, orange, and walnut ice cream, we made them in hand-crank machines. We were told not only the history of ice cream but also the history of Southern California agriculture. And, he considered those of us hard of hearing by front seating, making sure we could follow along.
by Laurel E Lyle
on February 27, 2012 at 1:06 PM
I am so inspired by Ernest's perseverance and commitment. It reminds me, once again, that great things rarely "just happen," but are made manifest through consistent effort and partnership. Kudos to Cooperative Extension for working to make this program a reality. Now...can I drive to San Berdo from Santa Barbara next spring...hmmmm... Thank you!!!
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