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  • Spatchcock cooking can be T-Day lifesaver

    Spatchcock cooking can be T-Day lifesaver
    We are one week away from the Thanksgiving Day feast. Do you know where your giblets are? This week and next we're sharing recipe and tips to help you through the first major meal of the season in fine form. In the meantime, let's dish: Speed-cook the...
  • Retail Notebook: Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt opens in Hollywood

    Retail Notebook: Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt opens in Hollywood
    A roundup of the week's retail news. Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt has opened a store in Hollywood. The shop is at 1640 Sheridan St., within the West Lake Commons shopping center. The self-serve yogurt bar allows customers to choose from a wide range of...
  • Fishing report

    Fishing report
    LAKE OKEECHOBEE More and more bass have been moving into their traditional spawning areas in the grass. You can catch lots of fish 1-3 pounds on soft-plastic jerkbaits, swimbaits and stick worms. Bigger bass have been caught pitching creature baits...
  • Outdoors notebook

    Outdoors notebook
    Duck season: The regular duck season is Nov. 22-30 and Dec. 6-Jan. 25. Visit myfwc.com/hunting. Bass tournament: The Bass-N-Fools has its annual Giblets and Gravy open team tournament Nov. 23 on Lake Okeechobee out of Clewiston. Register early at BJ's...
  • Miami Book Fair: Fishing for recipes with Heather McPherson

    Miami Book Fair: Fishing for recipes with Heather McPherson
    After 26 years as food editor at the Orlando Sentinel, Heather McPherson knows nearly everything about food in Florida. "I like to think I do," she says. "But what I think is real exciting and what keeps me in this job is that I'm still finding...
  • Hansen: Anglers have the right idea

    It's usually unfair to do a compare-and-contrast between public and private events, but let's do it anyway. Two community events were held Saturday, the public Pop-Up Downtown workshop and the fish fry fundraiser put on by the Laguna Beach Anglers....
  • Side Dish: Lehigh Valley restaurants offer Thanksgiving specials

    Side Dish: Lehigh Valley restaurants offer Thanksgiving specials
    Put a twist on your Thanksgiving feast this year. For the holiday, some restaurants will be enhancing traditional fare with tasty ethnic flair, and several will offer dinner-to-go options that allow you to savor holiday flavors without spending the day in...
  • Barbara's Bits & Bites: Mixing food and politics in Costa Mesa

    One reason I enjoy this food column is I get to discover and rediscover fun places to eat locally. It also gives me a break from writing about politics, but this week the two crossed paths. You can't mention Skosh Monahan's Steakhouse and Irish Pub,...
  • Bethlehem agency authorizes design of 585-spot garage

    Bethlehem agency authorizes design of 585-spot garage
    South Bethlehem needs a 585-spot garage to accommodate the visitors and employees that will be lured by all the restaurants, retailers, offices and apartments developers have pitched plans for on the outskirts of SteelStacks. The $12 million garage,...
  • Kass recalls a strange Thanksgiving incident at the family grocery

    Kass recalls a strange Thanksgiving incident at the family grocery
    My favorite heartwarming Thanksgiving story involves a 24-pound frozen turkey that a strange woman hid between her thighs. We never knew her name. But what does a name matter? Logic dictates that there must be a beginning and an end to attempted...
  • Iowa politics have Christie hog-tied on animal rights bill

    Iowa politics have Christie hog-tied on animal rights bill
    Iowa can have a magical effect on visiting politicians. Peripheral concerns become major issues. Long-standing policy positions melt like spring runoff in the Des Moines River. It’s not the enchanting allure of Ottumwa, or the rhapsody of gazing...