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email@example.comSaturday was another hot one but we did have a nice breeze.The 127 yard sale filled the entire fairgrounds around the farmers market during the weekend. It’s always interesting to watch people walk by with their treasures. The adage “another...
Tags: Recipes, Farms, Electrical Appliance, Salt, Breads
Although it should be against the law to start classes before Labor Day, summer is over for most families here in the Free State. While the lunar calendar affords us a few more weeks until the autumnal equinox, the school calendar forces us to get back to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWe enjoyed another beautiful and busy Saturday at the market. Some of the vendors sold out early. Thanks to everyone who came out. We appreciate your support. We are irrigating our crops but we really need rain. The corn especially needs a good soaking...
If you're hungry for a little of Beijing and beyond — northern Chinese dumplings, buns and hand-pulled noodles or maybe even cumin-scented lamb kebabs in the style of Xinjiang's food stalls — look no further. Here's where to get your fix of...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Lamb, Sports, Restaurants, Beef Brisket
Chef Victor Casanova from Culina at the Four Seasons Hotel joined us live to give us some great ideas on fabulous and tasty sides that you can whip up for Labor Day! For the complete recipes and the details about Chef Victor's cooking class, see the...
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You know summer is winding down when the local weather forecaster predicts scattered frost for your general area, and a few maple trees are showing fall color. It's Sunday morning and Mark Watkins on 7&4 News has predicted scattered frost for this...
Maybe you've been a farmers market regular all summer, stopping en route to work to pick up some beautiful fruit to go with your lunchtime yogurt—or stopping by at lunch for some terrific bread to go with the peanut butter you keep tucked in a...
Tags: Breads, Salt, Weather, Green Beans, Zucchini
With the onset of apple season, it's time to start thinking about ways to use up all those bushels you bring home from your picking adventures. While sauces and pies are a fine start, it's also easy to get creative with how we cook apples. And you don't...
Wasn't last weekend a beautiful time to get outdoors? I took advantage of the weather and walked around the yard to see what if any damage had been done by our local wildlife. It appears so far my gardens faired pretty well. I know it may be tempting,...
Tags: Tree Pruning, Zoology, Sports, Science and Technology, Science
Several communities have free Thanksgiving dinners available this month with the hope of ensuring everyone will be able to celebrate the holiday with a full stomach. Boyne City Jerry Kelts said last year, the Boyne City Eagles served 235 people...
email@example.comWe hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable July 4th. The market was bustling last Saturday. It was great to see such a nice crowd in spite of the heat and humidity. Market tables were filled will all the colors of the fruits of summer as well as beautiful...
Tribune NewspapersSuddenly, we've fallen into fall. We're noticing the leaves turning color, the breeze getting nippier, the days shorter. It's a time for sweaters even on sunny days, the smell of wood smoke drifting through still nights. It’s enough to make you...
Tags: Bill Daley, Butter, Garlic, Soups, Dining and Drinking
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