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This recipe comes to you by way of the Jeff Smith aka "The Frugal Gourmet," a fellow TV chef that passed away in 2004 amid a cloud of controversy. He was instrumental in my first glimpses of cooking on TV before there ever was a food or cooking channel...
This salad is a great way to enjoy the heat of the summer without heating up the kitchen. Fire up the grill and prepare your vegetables, and then cut everything to bite-size portions to lay nicely across the salad. Romaine is certainly not the only...
Tags: Education, Foods and Beverages, Politics, Salt, Cheese
Nothing says "good morning" like fresh-from-the-oven banana muffins with a touch of whipped butter. As my sister, Katie, would say, "You always seem to need something with banana," and yes, I certainly do. I like banana cake, cookies, bread, custard,...
Tags: Education, Cinnamon, Foods and Beverages, Politics, Breads
I was in the mood to spend some lazy time in the kitchen. I wanted to make something that didn't require too much thought or work but created something fun. Both of my daughters, Jenna and Jaelyn, requested time with me to bake, so we came up with...
Tags: Education, Politics, Salt, Peanut Butter, Pecans
BALTIMORE — Maryland Institute College of Art has announced that Erik DeVault of Hagerstown graduated summa cum laude with a BFA in animation. DeVault participated in the college's commencement ceremony on May 16. DeVault is the son of Dirk...
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Chicken Scaloppine is one of those wonderful Old World-style dishes that when made right is light and tender, loaded with bright flavors. On the other hand, if it's made without the slightest of care — and the chicken is not treated properly...
Tags: Education, Foods and Beverages, Politics, Chicken Breast, Salt
Here is another fun summer recipe that will certainly cool off the most discerning of palates. My wife is not one for fancy soup — even chilled soup — but she loves peaches, so this will certainly be a recipe I make again and bring some home...
I wanted something bright, fresh and crisp for the upcoming summer season, and this salad hit the mark. It has a nice crispness, delightful flavor and delicious crunch. Try a variety of your favorite apples and mix up the sharpness of cheddar if you...
Tags: Education, Parsnips, Apples, Foods and Beverages, Politics
AP National Security WriterU.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates appealed for patience with an unpopular war and said Saturday that only modest U.S. troop reductions would make sense this summer in a still unstable Afghanistan. On his 12th and final visit to Afghanistan as...
While I have previously listed beef skewers or city chicken recipes, this recipe is taking the simple beef kabob to the next level of flavor. By incorporating a flavorful wine as the marinade for your vegetables and meat, you get loads of flavor and...
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