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This is a wonderfully easy recipe to prepare. And better yet, it’s a soup that’s loaded with flavor. If you are concerned about the waistline, then substitute the half and half or heavy cream with 1-percent milk. Make sure you gradually add in...
Fireman’s Adventure Race The Fireman’s Adventure Race June 1, includes a 5 kilometer walk/run through town that will also include some off-pavement terrain. The start and finish for the 5k will be at the Rockwood Fire Department. Breakfast...
Tags: Arts, TheaterWorks, The Salvation Army, Spaghetti, Music
Pho (say: fuh), that mesmerizing Vietnamese beef soup, takes time. Even Nancie McDermott's superb recipe in her "Quick & Easy Vietnamese" (Chronicle) — itself an express version — requires first making a broth with a pound of round steak. So...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Limes, Honey, Lifestyle and Leisure, Onions
Family Promise is having its third annual Empty Bowl fundraiser on June 2 with proceeds going to provide safe shelter, meals and support for homeless families. Guests are welcome from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church of Glendale,...
This is a stunning Arneis from Giovanni Almondo in the Roero region of Piedmont. And to think this grape was once almost extinct. It may be temperamental, but whatever pains must be taken to produce this lovely white are worth it. The 2011 wafts the...
Tacos - can we ever have enough tacos in our lives? I didn't think so. Because when the taco is right, the birds start to sing and the stars shine more brightly and you have the impression that everything is right with the world, which is a lot of...
Tags: Mexico City, Potatoes, Restaurants, Steaks, Mexico
If it's your first visit to Paris, you must take in the opera. It's required. If you elbow along Avenue de l'Opera and mount the steps of the ornate Opera Garnier, you will face ridicule. The old Opera houses the ballet. The new Opera houses the opera....
The Hartford CourantThe Cottage, a well-established family-run restaurant located about a quarter-mile past the Farmington/Plainville line, has long been a favorite of diners who appreciate its novel cuisine, often enhanced with Cajun flair. Owned by the Queen family:...
This is a Tianjin breakfast restaurant in Monterey Park. While workers are ringing up handmade baos for $0.92 a pop, an elderly woman weaves in and out of the kitchen, sometimes momentarily pausing to take it all in, hands on her hips. Her name is Anna...
Glenda Norris is a member of Hagerstown Chapter of the Embroiderers Guild of America, a group of needleworkers who meet monthly in the Hagerstown area. Norris is also a home cook of long standing. She learned from her mother, who called herself a "plain...
Birth A daughter, Iris Evangeline Newville, was born to Devon Haviland and Bruce Newville of Petoskey at 1:04 p.m. on Wednesday, May 8, 2013, at McLaren Northern Michigan in Petoskey. Iris weighed 8 pounds, 4.3 ounces and was 19 3/4 inches long at birth....
There are many non-profit organizations in Orlando geared toward helping the less fortunate, but one in particular not only helps with food, shelter and programs to improve one’s way of life, but also work to increase faith. The Salvation Army...
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