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What's a healthful food and what's a healing food? Is there a difference? At least since the mid-19th century, when the Battle Creek Sanitarium opened its doors and people flocked there to follow John Harvey Kellogg's regime of whole grains, nuts and...
We were on our way to dine at a restaurant in the Quail Hill Shopping Center in Irvine, but when we arrived, we discovered it was packed, so we wandered around the center and came across a sweet little Thai place called Thai Bamboo Bistro. This casual...
Need a holiday dessert for Passover or Easter? Want a flourless chocolate treat that satisfies your sweet tooth? Whatever the occasion, I love this easy-to-make chocolate macaroon recipe. Macaroons are said to have originated during the 9th century in an...
Tags: Easter, Macaroons, Salt, Holidays, Religion and Belief
If you’ve never tackled a layer cake, the whole process can be a bit intimidating ... and it can become a bit of a mess if you don’t know what you’re doing. But assembling and frosting a layer cake is actually quite simple, so long...
Tags: Butter, Coconut Milk, Cream Cheese, Salt, Frosting and Icing
Contributing WriterOnly two more weeks before the outdoor market opens for the 2013 season. April 6 is opening day. Some of our farmers are growing lettuces, radishes and other spring goodies in their greenhouses and high tunnels. We will have some new faces and new...
Tags: Easter, Marketing, Butter, Jams and Jellies, Cream Cheese
P.S. Bangkok is one of those Thai restaurants that was around when not many Thai restaurants were, and even back then, it stood out as exotic. The place opened in 1983 on what was a not-so-bustling stretch of Clark Street south of Wrigley Field (doors...
Tags: Pasta, Garlic, Bangkok (Thailand), Foods and Beverages, Salads
The coconut lotion oozed slowly out of the bottle snaking its way from my shoulders toward the wrinkles on my arm, leaving the dimpled kneecap and heading for the space between my toes. I stretched out on the bed, not even noticing the greasy stain...
Do you make cupcakes? Especially original, creative cupcakes? Enter The Herald-Mail's second annual cupcake contest, and your recipe might win first place and the $50 prize. Cupcakes will be judged on taste, appearance, originality and overall quality....
[Note: Sorry there was no recap last week; I had technical troubles, and wasn’t close to my PVR. (Lesson learned, I’m taking it everywhere with me from now on.) So, of course, a ton of things happened, including Shamar leaving the game for...
Tags: Game Shows, Elections, Politics, Human Interest
Dear SOS: Last summer, my girlfriend and I spent our vacation on Florida's Amelia Island. We stopped by a lovely, quaint Spanish restaurant in Fernandina Beach called España. Its gambas Mozambique (shrimp Mozambique style) was extraordinary. I'd love...
Tags: Coconut Milk, Cilantro, Breads, Mozambique, Shrimp
WDBJ7 BloggerThe fans tribe voted out Laura and Eddie believes it will be the turning point. The tribe asks Sherri how she is doing. Saving face and humiliation, she replied with "I'm fine." She obviously did not want to vote out her ally. But, if she did not then...
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