This school year, The Sun Times is happy to partner with the Eager Eagles 4-H members to bring you a weekly recipe. As one of the 4-H slogans is to “Learn by Doing,” you can be assured that the recipes we print will have been made by individual 4-H’ers or their cooking group which meets on a monthly basis to learn new skills in the kitchen.
Every month will include a winning recipe from this past year’s Teton County Fair. We are excited to kickoff the recipe column next week with ten-year-old Ayden DeBruycker’s Grand Champion Churro Cake. She was happy to find the recipe in the Food Network Magazine. It’s the perfect recipe to showcase the caliber of talent our 4-Hers possess and to inspire you to bake something special for fall.
The Eager Eagles Club, which includes youth in livestock, shooting sports, sewing and many more projects, is ready for fall and will kickoff the new 4-H year with a potluck, meeting and election this month. Interested youth and families can still join. Whether prospective members are interested in baking, robotics, crop science, photography, welding, woodworking and more, they will find that the Eager Eagles and the Prairie Stars 4-H Clubs are ready to support them in developing their interests. To learn more, please contact the friendly people at the local MSU Extension office at 466-2491. Jane Wolery, Jamie Smith, and Sharla Hinman will be happy to find a club for you that just might be part of your child’s recipe for success!