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Once, pickles were the last thing anyone would mistake for stylish or sexy. But they've come a long way from limp grocery store spear. With a makeover and an entirely new image, the pickle has left behind your grandfather's Reuben for a considerably more...
Tags: Cabbage, Cream Cheese, Radishes, Annapolis, Salmon
"Imagine what if and what will be?" This was the question asked by organizers of the Discovery Science Center's annual fundraising dinner last week, which welcomed some 400 community activists and raised more than $500,000 for science education in...
Contributing WriterIt is not too late to continue to enjoy the garden and add new plantings. A variety of produce can be grown in Kentucky gardens in the coming weeks allowing fresh vegetables to be available into the fall. The cooler nights experienced later in the year as...
Tags: Cabbage, Arable Farming, Chemical Industry, Kentucky, Fertilizer
It's like Thanksgiving dinner in a bowl. At least that's how patrons of Julienne Tomatoes in Petoskey often describe the turkey pot pies made by owner, Julie Adams. "It's just so good," Adams said of her creation. Adams has been making this...
Tags: Cheese Corn, Pies and Tarts, Butter, Turkey (animal), Potatoes
100 years ago — 1911 The Interior Journal said the people who want to keep Stanford dry will not publish the list of names signed to the wet petition in that city by reason of the fact the petition had been knocked out and its publication would...
Tags: Theft, Trials, Water Supply, Halloween, Justice System
I hope you are one of the hundreds of people who planted a home garden this year. The weather has been cooperating and the plant damaging bugs have been minimal. The Master Gardener office frequently receives calls from large property owners, some of...
Daily DishYou can declare your vegetable love with a botanical print pillow from graphic designer Wendy Furman of Whim & Caprice....
L.A. at HomeCommunity Gardens Dispatch No. 34: People's Garden, El Sereno neighborhood, Los Angeles The People’s Garden at Woodrow Wilson High School sits at the lowest part of the sprawling campus, the sloping lot bound by a chain-link fence and a low......
My paternal bloodline brims with soup: barley stews studded with black mushrooms and opaque as porridge; the thin tomato broth of our Polish Christmas Eve vigil, swimming with dumplings no bigger than a bird's eye; and the plain, milky, peasant...
Tags: Tomatoes, Cabbage, Alcoholic Beverages, Beets, Baltic Region
Los Angeles TimesBorscht. It may not sound romantic but when well made, few dishes can be as seductive. Clean and earthy and economical, this soup delivers a savory and satisfying meal. On a wintery afternoon, this soup is well worth the endeavor. Ukrainian borscht with...
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