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PETOSKEY — A freshened look and expanded meal and beverage offerings are among the updates downtown Petoskey’s American Spoon Café is putting in place this spring. The café at 413 E. Lake St. reopened for the summer season May 4, following...
SKINNY HOOSIER MOMMARITA 4 oz. HM Key Lime Margarita 1 oz. Blanco Tequila Shake with ice and strain into salt rimmed martini glass. Garnish with lime wheel JALAPENO CUCUMBER MARGARITA 4 oz. HM Key Lime Margarita 2 oz. Blanco Tequila 1 oz. simple...
Tags: Strawberries, Cucumbers, Limes
Polenta, arugula walnut pesto, with spring peas “2 WAYS” Serves 4 ˝ lb. sun chokes, peeled and cut paper thin (mandolin preferred) 4 cups of creamy cooked polenta – follow directions on package, sub vegetable stock for water, and...
Contributing ColumnistSaturday’s Farmers’ Market day was cool, cloudy and breezy. Most of our farmers, growers and vendors were present with a nice variety of spring veggies. Asparagus and rhubarb quickly sold out, followed by the crisp, green lettuces and onions....
Tags: Farms, Strawberries, Lettuce, Pecans, Breads
Rhubarb makes people nervous. Maybe because it's odd looking: pink celery. Maybe because it's a vegetable posing as fruit. Maybe because its dark, craggy leaf harbors poison, while its stringy stalk is stocked with acerbic juice. Startling. Rhubarb...
It's time to rate the Cirques, now that I've seen "Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour," which played at the O-rena last week. What? We have to call it by that mundane name? Oh, all right, I'm gritting my teeth … Amway Center. Of the Cirque du...
Tags: Amway Center, Nolan Gould, Lawyers, NPR, Central Park
Aylene Gard from Columbia was looking for the recipe that she misplaced for her husband's favorite rhubarb custard pie. Jerry Fore from Towson sent in a pie recipe he says is guaranteed to please rhubarb lovers. The recipe came from his mother and is a...
Tags: Timonium, Recipes, Pies and Tarts
The Dish - Orlando SentinelEvery year it makes its entrance like a model on a fashion house runway. From its stylish, vibrant green cap to its rosy complexion, the strawberry is a head turner along roadside stands and in supermarket produce bins. As berries go, it's one of the...
Show Tracker"Fringe" is science fiction at its best, and the great thing about science fiction is that it’s a pretty big genre. This week, "Fringe" gives a try at science fiction survival horror and it pulls it off very well....
Change of SubjectBackground reading : 8/8/2008: Early warning: Here comes the `Baby Killer!' brigade 8/14/2008: Obama answers the 'baby killer!' brigade 8/20/2008: What you need to know about the `Born Alive' controversy and Barack Obamaa 8/21/2008 Obama's rejection of...
Change of SubjectToday, veteran political strategist and former executive director of the Illinois Republican Party Christine Dudley (right) joins me for another e-mail back and forth about the race for the presidency You may link to our December chat here, so long......
Change of SubjectVeteran Chicago commentator Dennis Byrne is a weekly contributor to the Tribune's commentary pages and the proprietor of The Barbershop, a ChicagoNow blog. In Wednesday's Tribune he joins me in The Rhubarb Patch to discuss the 2012 presidential race. To.....
May 14, 2012 |Story| Petoskey News
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