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email@example.comEnjoying sips of teas such as ginger-peach and tasty treats like mango-curry chicken salad rounds and blackberry tarts, several Tri-State area mothers enjoyed a Mother’s Day tea Sunday at Sereni-Tea Room in Funkstown. “Just a special event...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMeatballs are the cupcakes of the world of meaty main dishes — little bundles of flavor and texture that can be plain or fancy, zesty or bland. And everybody who makes meatballs has a favorite flavor profile — Italian meatballs, barbecued...
email@example.comEditor's note: Some people love eating vegetables. Others do not. Children can be particularly obstinate. This is the first in a series of monthly articles featuring recipes and ideas for getting kids to eat more vegetables. This is not an article...
Tags: Cheese Corn, Sea Salt, Chili, Summer Squash, Nutrition
firstname.lastname@example.orgKate Booze is a self-described "fan of nutrition and fresh, wholesome food." An occupational therapist, wife, and mother, Booze applied her interest in healthful, natural eating to making baby food when her daughter, Anna Katherine, was born 3-1/2 years...
This recipe has loads of fresh ingredients, including peppers, onions, cilantro, green onions and tomatoes that are sandwiched between two grilled flour tortilla shells. They are served with grated vegetarian cheddar cheese to allow for proper binding and...
Tags: Tortillas, Marketing, Salt, Onions, Vegetarian Diet
This recipe is based upon one of my favorite pastas, cellentani — also known as corkscrew-shaped pasta — and is equally fun to cook, as it is to eat. You can set aside your cast-iron skillet for this one and pull out a stockpot for cooking the...
Tags: Marketing, Pasta, Lifestyle and Leisure, Salt, Cheese
I love a good English pie. It incorporates fresh vegetables, ground meat, sauce and loads of flavor. I've added bison to the traditional recipe instead of beef; it's delicious and good for you. You also can substitute wild game, such as venison or boar,...
Tags: Mushrooms, Game, Cheese Corn, Salt, Onions
Cheryl Ruff of Hagerstown said she’s a more by-the-recipe kind of cook, compared to her mother who she calls “the best cook ever.” Ruff tends to collect recipes from family and friends, and this crab dip recipe was one of those finds....
Tags: Cream Cheese, Religion and Belief, Butter, Recipes, Cheese
The traditional British pub lunch sandwich, the Ploughman's Sandwich, is quite simple. Start with hearty, rustic bread such as 7 grain, pumpernickel or seeded rye. Stay away from the traditional soft and squishy breads that you buy on the grocery...
email@example.comThis weekend, area chefs will have the chance to test their culinary skills and creativity in the second annual Washington County Ag Expo & Fair Iron Chef Cook-offs. The Iron Chef 2011 Cook-off will be from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday, July 23. For those...
This soup is a classic favorite not only in British pubs but also during the winter months across the United States. I like to incorporate some aged Wisconsin cheddar, preferably something at least eight years or more in age blended with Dunbarton...
Tags: Carrots, Garlic, Marketing, Cheese Corn, Salt
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