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Living life frugally doesn't mean living life deprived. This idea resonated with me as I read "Miserly Moms: Living Well on Less in a Tough Economy" by Jonni McCoy. I like to stretch my money as far as possible, within reason. I don't want to live on...
I wanted something bright, fresh and crisp for the upcoming summer season, and this salad hit the mark. It has a nice crispness, delightful flavor and delicious crunch. Try a variety of your favorite apples and mix up the sharpness of cheddar if you...
email@example.comWhen Ryan Horst brought a piece of Korea to Martinsburg, W.Va., last summer, it was a big hit. Horst's Korean-inspired shrimp burger won the Grand Champion award at last year's Big Bad Burger Contest. "He won by a landslide," said event coordinator...
Tags: Butter, Mayonnaise, Peppers, Road Transportation, Travel
firstname.lastname@example.orgEconomic uncertainty, access to capital and regulatory hurdles are among the issues holding back job growth in Maryland and Washington County, according to some local officials. "There are many times when some of the feedback we hear is, 'It's just...
email@example.comThe sign outside Ivy Hill Farm said it all: "In God's Hands." The words were a tribute to John Richard Martin, the fifth generation of his family to run the Smithsburg apple orchard, who had recently passed away. "We have suffered a great loss, and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBeef cattle judging, junior market swine classes, square dancing and the Pennsylvania FFA Association Mid-Winter Convention filled exhibition halls and arenas on the third day of the 95th Pennsylvania Farm Show. Visitors spilled in and out of the Farm...
The Costa Mesa Sanitary District's contract for solid waste and recycling services is acceptable, but there is room for improvement, particularly when it comes to rates, according to an independent audit presented Tuesday to the district's board....
Tags: Accounting and Auditing
Yesterday afternoon I served as a pie judge for an apple pie contest that was part of Amy Rowat’s undergraduate science-and-food class at UCLA, a bake-off that was equal parts cooking contest and science fair. Each team of contestants was charged...
Tags: Google Inc., Judges, Pies and Tarts, Justice System, Apple Pie
In Florida, we share a history of bad dinner guests. You may not have had personal contact with Katrina, Ivan, Wilma, Charley, Frances and their buddies who blew through in recent years, but it's likely you know someone who did. When hurricane season...
Tags: Pizzas, Butter, Soups, Natural Disasters, Weather Reports
When the international child welfare organization Save The Children began crunching the data for its latest report on mortality rates of newborn babies, it came up with a locally stunning finding: Of the largest counties in the United States, Lehigh...
Channel Guide MagazineWelcome back, Dance Moms nation. Did everyone have a nice Mothers Day, even if you didn’t get your own TV special to commemorate it? Are you ready for — or dreading — our two-week sabbatical until Dance Moms starts up again June 4 with...
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