Here's an overview of this week's four-hour homeowner radio broadcast
All Arizona Hour Driven By Sanderson Ford
Check out Grazing Arizona's sandwich tour article in April's Arizona Highways Magazine! Writer and Senior Editor Kelly Vaughn will join us in studio Saturday to highlight her favorites across the state. Have a favorite sandwich that wasn't included in the article? Share it HERE and you may just hear it mentioned on Saturday's broadcast.
Get a preview into Douglas, the Gateway to Arizona and the featured town of our April Arizona Staycation!
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Outdoor Living Hour - Farm Fresh with Arizona Farm Bureau
Homeowner Topic: Open Lines!
Weekly To-Do Topic: #PoolInspection | It's time to open the pool for summer which means it's time to inspect it as well
On the House Hour: Possibilities for a Budget-Friendly Floor
There are many different possibilities for budget-friendly flooring; some of them are easy enough that you might even consider doing a DIY project. We researched a few of the more popular options and the work that would go into making your flooring project successful...
Tucson photographer captured a rattlesnake and Gila Monster cuddling.
Arizona Highway's Kelly Vaughn talks about the April issue of her Arizona Sandwich Tour. The 10 best sandwiches you must try. How she came up with the idea, the criteria on the selections, and the sandwiches that made it to the list.
More on the Arizona Highways Arizona Sandwich Tour with Kelly Vaughn. Kelly talks about her background.
A focus on one of the sandwiches at Proper Meats + Provisions in Flagstaff.
Kelly talks about a complaint they got about the cover.
Douglas Historian Cindy Hayosteck discussion of the rich history of Douglas, Arizona.
Cindy publishes The Borderland Cronicles. History magazine about the Douglas area.
The town began to grow in 1901. Railroads, smelters led the way. Named after Dr. James Douglas who invented a way to extract copper for ore.
The first Arizona chapter of the National Aeronotics Association was established and Douglas' first airport and a history of aviation.
Discussion of Sandhill Crane migration. Difference between a crane and heron in flight.
Report from the Home Co Home Show in Flagstaff.
Arizona Farm Bureau's Julie Murphree and Rovey Dairy's Paul Rovey talk about his Farm Fresh Sheep Cheese! Rovey family have been farming for nearly a century!
Story of how they started milking sheep and llamas who protect the sheep.
Milking dorper sheep which has a dual purpose. The amount of milk collected from cows vs. sheep.
Sheep cheese is creamier and higher protein.
Story of the discovery of the cheese making process. Rennet used for cheese making.
Rovey Dairy sells their sheep cheese and waygu beef at the farm Friday and Saturday plus other locations mentioned like The Milk N More Store in Tempe.
What they do with the whey that forms with the curds.
Why does swiss cheese have holes?
Explains Dairy Management Incorporated and how they promote the dairy industry.
Story about the first lamb they prepared on the farm for dinner.
Difference between goat and sheep cheese. Romey's story about making home made goat cheese. It wasn't pleasant.
Rovey Dairy makes 7 varities of sheep cheese made in Arizona.
Rosie On The House has many resources for your house, home, castle or cabin!
City Of Phoenix Recycling Assistance Director Joe Giudice talks explains the recent stories of recycling programs around the country not going well and how Phoenix recycling has been successful.
Lists the appropriate things that go in the recycle bins.
National Beer Day April 7th!
Discussion of getting ready for energy season. Saving money on your bill and some of the devices that can help or not.
Report from the Home Co Home Show in Flagstaff!
Weekly Home Maintenance 'How To' on Pool Inspection before the swim season starts.
CALLER: Has a roof A/C unit with two bedrooms that are properly cool but the kitchen area stays warm. Suggestions on what might be the problem.
Discussion of hard surfaces. Installing timeless flooring and surfaces that last longer and require little maintenance.
Concrete flooring is very durable and last for decades. You can put just about anything on top of it. Lots of designs and color ideas into the concrete.
Discussion of dome houses and how they've retained their value. Construction with the finished color in the cement or concrete structure requires no painting.
Geodesic home are wood framed while dome homes are concrete construction.
Discussion of another flooring surface: Luxury vinyl
Brett Miller of The National Wood Flooring Association gives us an education on wood flooring durability, longevity and value.
How to choose a good quality real wood floor.
Wood floors can be resanded for a different color or finish.
Types of wood floors that work for Arizona homes. Cost of installation.
Glow in the dark rock for countertops and wood butcher blocks.
Recap of the show and promoting next week's SAHBA Home Show.