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Our troupe of chefs enter the kitchen still reeling over the Grand Canyon field trip. “What a filling!” says Thierry. Or maybe that was “feeling”. Tricky French accent. He also reveals he’s feeling much more competitive...
Somerset County Dairy PrincessJuly is National Ice Cream Month! Hello I'm Cheyenne Saumier your 2012-13 Somerset County Dairy Princess. Ice cream is not only a yummy treat it is also packed full of nutrients your body needs every day. Summertime is a time to create some special...
July is the month for blueberries. Long before the Europeans arrived in the New World, the native tribes of North America gathered a variety of wild sapphire-colored berries as a food staple. The Indians called these fruits “star berries”...
Enjoy wedges of our homemade Cheese Bread studded with onion and parsley. This hearty bread will perfectly sop up the flavors of any of your favorite saucy dishes. Serves: 6 CookingTime: 25 min Ingredients - 1/2 cup milk - 1 egg - 1 1/2 cups...
Tags: Parsley, Breads, Butter, Cheddar Cheese, Onions
The Dish - Orlando SentinelMake room in the fruit bowl, July 11 is National Rainier Cherry Day. To celebrate the Northwest Cherries association has selected chefs from all states to showcase Rainier cherries, which are grown only in Washington State. In Florida, chefs James and...
email@example.comClear Spring’s Plumb Grove Mansion took on the role of the Lincoln White House during filming Monday and Tuesday for a Civil War-themed documentary for the Smithsonian Channel. The documentary will be a three-part series currently called “...
It’s been difficult to come to terms with my masculinity, all 260 pounds of grotesque mannishness. I do so love getting makeovers at the hands of my 7-year-old daughter, but when a perfectly applied coat of crème foundation is marred by a 5 o&...
Lake City - The Annual Fort Sisseton Historical Festival opened June 1 to an array of 1800's frontier life as entertainment from cavalry and infantry troops, fur traders, rendezvousers, cowboys and historically correct chuck wagons rolled in to bring...
Tags: Watertown, Arts and Culture, Pies and Tarts
FARGO, N.D. - A scene from the f\amous “The Wizard of Oz” movie came to mind the other morning. I wasn't recalling the yellow brick road or flying monkeys. As I arose for the day, I thought about the first meeting Dorothy and the Scarecrow had with the...
Sitting at the intersection of Main and Center streets — how small-town America can you get? — Art and Alma's Century Inn is something of a throwback to the mom-and-pop restaurants of the past. For starters, there's its location in...
The Dish - Orlando SentinelTo celebrate Disney Pixar's movie “Brave,” in theaters June 22, Ricky Eisen, founder of New York's Events and Celebrations by Between the Bread, is sharing tips on how to throw a Scottish-themed party, with décor, menu ideas and recipes....
Breakfast is making a comeback in Southern California restaurants -- even in places you might not expect it. Such as at hip Rustic Canyon in Santa Monica, where pastry chef Zoe Nathan makes these amazing biscuits. Made with a full pound of bacon and 1/...
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