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Mary Gladden has been baking for almost half a century, but her recipes never get old. The Red Velvet Chocolate Peanut Butter Chip Swirl Cupcakes that she entered in The Herald-Mail's cupcake contest are a recent addition to her repertoire. Gladden's...
Tags: Butter, Nestle SA, Frosting and Icing, Recipes
Could you live for a week on this grocery list? Beans and rice. Bread and peanut butter. Pasta and chickpeas. Cereal and milk. Yams, tomatoes and bananas. A little orange juice and some coffee. Thirty-one dollars and fifty cents doesn't go very far...
The Peanut Butter Project and St. Paul's Food Pantry Southside Easton are joining together with local schools to provide summer backpacks of non-perishable food items for students of Easton Area Elementary School who qualify for free lunches during the...
At The Yard, the new sports pub located inside the Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards, sits a miracle; a modern marvel; a Holy Grail of sorts for beer aficionados: a milkshake … Made. With. Beer. Sweet Baby Jesus! Well yes, it does...
Contributing WriterIf you love peanut butter and want to wow your friends but hate to spend much time in the kitchen, then these peanut butter treats are for you. They are simple enough that anyone can make them, and best of all, they don’t require the stove or a...
Tags: Hobbies, Butter, Peanuts, Lifestyle and Leisure
Sure, we've had Tequesta Brewing Company for a few years, and Due South and Schnebly's Miami brewing companies for roughly one year, but somehow, the Funky Buddha brewpub in Boca Raton branching into a production brewery seems like a bigger league. Fans...
If you are looking to buy a historic Main Street building with an indoor tennis court, there one is for sale for $295,000. Shirley's Closet consignment shop at 305 and 307 S. Main St. is available. I talked to Shirley Kessler, the owner, who told me...
When the sweat drips from your brow and the asphalt seems to melt your shoes, bring on the brain freeze. From Italian ices to velvety gelato to gourmet turns on comfort food, there are sips, slurps and swallows to soothe the rising temperatures. Here...
Tags: Travel, Malts and Milkshakes, SeaWorld, Media Industry, Orlando
For more than three decades, Chris' Family Restaurant has been cooking up comfort-style fare for moms, dads, kids and grandparents in the Lehigh Valley. The diner-style eatery — one of just a few local restaurants open around the clock seven days a...
After its creation was announced via nationwide broadcast, people lined up to buy the very first versions. It's lightweight, has been the subject of fierce patent battles and is so addictive you can't put it down, even when you know you should. We're...
Tags: Chicago Tribune, Foods and Beverages, Evanston, Butter, Pancakes
The three undergrads looked warily at the pulverized apples in their bowl. The would-be pastry chefs had planned to drop dollops of the mixture into a chemical bath, creating fruity spheres with a filmy skin and an oozing interior. Their early...
email@example.comA baseball game can go on for a while, and a fellow can get hungry. And that can lead to the kind of thing that can be pretty hard to live down. Jack and Will Graham have learned that in the years since their growling stomachs got the best of them and...
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