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Blogging with Bill WhiteLast week's "What Is It?" item was handled rather easily by readers, although I also got some imaginative guesses. Lee, the first to respond, correctly identified this as a cherry pitter. Doris Kershner, who contributed the item, actually sent me......
Our Town EditorEsther Chernicky has been making zucchini bread for years. So when her sister gave her a recipe for pineapple zucchini bread last summer, the Portage woman decided to modify it somewhat. She added cherries and came up with Cherry Coconut Zucchini Bread,...
Our Town EditorIt’s almost time for Christmas in July and this week’s recipe keeps with the holiday spirit. Mary Schatz of Johnstown had the judges singing “Hallelujah” with her angel food pie recipe. “It’s beautiful for the...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesHANFORD, Calif. — Combining the high sugar and flavor of cherries with the larger fruit size and extended season of plums has been a longstanding dream for fruit breeders, but such crosses are difficult to make successfully so that the hybrids yield...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWith kids and families out enjoying summer, the American News asked some local seniors to talk about their favorite summer memories. Here is what they told us: Elaine Roth, 92, said she and her family spent summers at a family cabin built in...
The Baltimore SunGertrude's has been picked again to represent Maryland in a national promotion for Rainier cherries. For National Rainier Cherry Day on July 11, Northwest Cherries has commissioned one restaurant in each state to create a menu item featuring Rainier...
Daily DishDon’t let this one get away: Wednesday is National Rainier Cherry Day, marking the Rainier cherry’s short six-week season in the Pacific Northwest. That’s the beautiful yellow cherry blushed with red and blessed with a sweet, delicate...
Clafouti is sprinkled with conflict. That, and powdered sugar. There's the clafouti versus clafoutis conundrum, which sets carefree final s-less Anglophones against stalwart s-conscious Francophones. There's the free-thinking naked-flan contingent...
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WGN NewsJo Snow Syrups Find them: Sundays 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. in Logan Square on Logan Boulevard & Milwaukee Thursdays 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. in Lincoln Square off of Leland & Lincoln Fridays 3:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. in Forest Park at The Grove (Madison/Van...
WGN NewsFilini Bar and Restaurant 221 North Columbus Drive Chicago (312) 477-0234 www.filinichicago.com To read more about the restaurant: www.metromix.com Chargrilled Tuna with Butternut Squash Caponata and Pomegranate Ingredients: 6 oz. ahi tuna 1/2 cup...
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Ripeness matters. Ask any rabid tomato or strawberry lover who spends most of the year in (wise) denial waiting for that perfect ripeness. So firm is the focus on the ripe that one could be forgiven for thinking ripeness is a moment as cruelly sharp as...
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SACRAMENTOAfter a year of working on their cherry crops, students at Linden High School were expecting to reap the fruits of their labor, but somebody beat them to it. Sometime late last week, someone harvested all of the schools cherries from their cherry...
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