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Channel Guide MagazineQuick prayer to launch this week’s recap, Dance Moms nation, because I feel it is required. At least for me. Dear sweet Jesus and the gods of dance, please let this Asia thing I know is coming be a one-or-two-episode Asia thing I know is coming,...
After a sour season for both Michigan apples and cherries in 2012, local growers are crossing their fingers for a better season this year. Last spring, much of the state's apple and cherry crops suffered from a too-early growth spurt from well above...
Tags: Cherries, Pies and Tarts
While it might be tough to imagine heading out to a local farm for an armful of fresh vegetables when it’s still chilly, it’s almost that time of year. Harford County farms are gearing up for growing season, and that means it’s time to...
Tags: Bok Choy, Lettuce, Beets, Summer Squash, Butternut Squash
For The Baltimore SunWe live in an age that glorifies home cooking. Accomplished chefs across the region strive to recreate the flavors, smells and experiences of their grandmothers' kitchens. "Comfort food" is an haute cuisine buzzword. Though it's been open for more...
Web StaffMelissa Keister of "Sweet Keister's" in Vinton shares her Fruit Salad and Coconut Cupcake recipes Sweet Keister’s Fruit Salad Ingredients: · 1 ½ C Apples · 1 ½ C Bananas · 1 ½ C Pineapple (canned is fine also) · 1 ½ C Blueberries · ...
Not so long ago, people made juice by squeezing oranges on a little cone-shaped tool. How quaint, compared with the machines and shops and ingredients that are part of the world of juicing. "It's becoming part of the culture," said Dr. Frank Lipman,...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan officials said Friday they will not privatize nearly $350 million in prisoner health care and food costs, keeping intact nearly 1,700 state workers' jobs but frustrating Republican lawmakers who questioned the...
Shelley Magan's right. Sometimes, there are no words. And that's why the design she dreamed up to memorialize the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary massacre is so potent. It doesn't say "Rest In Peace" or "We Remember." It doesn't say anything....
Easter ham may conjure up cozy memories of family feasts past, but for today's smaller households the traditional bone-in ham can be a challenge. Often as big as a jack-o'-lantern, a ham is a holiday treat that keeps giving, practically to Pentecost, or...
Tags: Sage, Ham, Iron (dietary supplement), Steaks, Salt
Haroset, a blend of fruit, nuts and wine, is probably the most popular food of the eight-day holiday of Passover, which begins on Monday night. For the Seder, the feast commemorating the exodus of the Hebrews from Egypt, haroset is spooned onto the...
Tags: Religion and Belief, Matzoh, Judaism, Walnuts, Wines
Passover celebrates the Hebrews' flight from Egypt to freedom more than 3,000 years ago. Jews around the world will remember that exodus at sundown March 25 with a ritual dinner, or Seder. And what's on the table will tell a story of its own, one based on...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJosef “Chris” Bikle was just waiting for a nice spring day so he could sit on the porch of his Boonsboro home with his daughter-in-law, Lisha Bikle. Even though he had been living at the Village at Robinwood for about three years, his family...
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