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So, you want to start a vegetable garden. Good for you. Growing your own food is healthy and deliciously rewarding. Nothing, but nothing, tastes better than a tomato fresh from the vine. Let’s cover the basics. The first is location, location,...
Tags: Lasagna, Plant Openings, Tomatoes
What do you do when it's "time to eat"? a. Stop at a restaurant on your way to wherever you need to be next. b. Pick up food at the grocery store or deli on your way home. c. Pull an "emergency" meal from your freezer and reheat it. d. Serve a meal...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Pizzas, Salads, Healthy Diet, Margarine
Last week’s Hancock municipal election saw local veterinarian Dr. Dan Murphy re-elected to a ninth consecutive term as mayor. He is now the longest serving mayor in Hancock history. Two citizens new to Town Council, Dr. Ralph Salvagno and Homer...
Tags: Ash Wednesday, Salads, Elections, Breads, Onion Rings
email@example.comI am a changed man. A more open-minded man. Fifteen months ago, I had a conversion experience. Just before the big Halloween snow in 2011, my wife, Yolanda, told me she was going to eat a gluten-free, grain-free diet for 30 days. When I heard these...
This is a wonderfully easy crab recipe that you can spice up with a little hot sauce, or be more creative with the addition of diced peppers, or shallots in place of onion. In any case the true secret is to get the best crabmeat possible. Try to stay...
Tags: Marketing, Breads, Cheese, Cream Cheese, Salt
This soup recipe is a delicious Mexican variation called chicken tortilla. The key as always is to use fresh ingredients and to use a quality chicken stock or broth as the base. If you have fresh tomatoes, then please use them, but canned will work...
The avocado season has come and gone, but in honor of one of my all-time favorite foods I put together a blend of summer fresh ingredients to remind us of summer. I love the fresh bright flavors of heirloom tomatoes but if you can't find them,...
This is a very straightforward dressing mix that has avocado blended into the ingredients. It adds a delightful creaminess to the dressing and some healthful fats, as well. Choose large ripe avocados or your recipe will have issues. Under ripen will be...
Alisha Hanlin, 27, is owner and chef for Pressed Flour, a baked goods business in Shepherdstown, W.Va. She got her start in cooking when she was young. Her mother invited her to work with her in the kitchen. "I did small tasks around the kitchen at...
Tags: Parsley, Garlic, Challah, Breads, Restaurants
This recipe will take more production time as well as offer some culinary challenges with knife skills and recipe instructions. For some readers, having two pots going at the same time on the stove might terrify you. Relax, it's easy and the flavors...
Tags: Pasta, Marketing, Mushrooms, Foods and Beverages, Garlic
This was my mother's recipe, which I have been using for many years. Each year, after fasting for Yom Kippur, I double this recipe and serve it to a crowd of friends gathered at the home of Carol and Howard Mendelsohn. — Courtesy of Hannah Baer,...
Tags: Yom Kippur, Herring, Recipes
firstname.lastname@example.orgEditor's note: This is part of an occasional series of stories on enticing picky eaters to eat vegetables. The series explores ways to highlight vegetables' flavor and appearance as a way to work around the resistance some kids have to eating vegetables....
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