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What's in a name? Well, quite a lot if your paycheck has someone else's name on it. And, whether you eat scrapple, pon haus or mush may depend on where you grew up. In this ever more communicative world, have you eaten farro, quinoa or edamame? Some of...
Renowned storyteller Jane Yolen and daughter Heidi E.Y. Stemple are making magic again. They’ve written another cookbook for kids, and it’s delightful. “Jewish Fairy Tale Feasts: A Literary Cookbook” is filled with lovely...
Tags: Apples, Authors, Religion and Belief, Recipes, Book
Pies always made me nervous. Didn't matter if they were deep-dish or mile-high. And you could call them whatever: quiche, tart or galette. It's the crust and the making of it that always stopped me cold. I would avoid recipes calling for pie dough, or I'd...
Tags: Yusho, Apples, Butter, Pies and Tarts, Whipping Cream
Gingerbread, in its simplest terms, is a cake flavored with ginger and often molasses. In the Middle Ages, the cake was ornately decorated and even embellished with gold leaf. Today, we think of gingerbread as either a simple thick, dense cake or a cookie...
Tags: Sour Cream, Salt, Cream Cheese, Cheese, Ginger
H.C. Clark, a farm implement dealer, has moved from 4411 E. Highway 12 down the road to a bigger building at 5055 E. Highway 12. Monday was the first day of operation at the new place. It is a major move for the 62-year-old business, Robb Prissel,...
Ingredients 1 cup certified gluten free rolled oats ½ cup teff flour ½ cup millet flour ½ cup brown rice flour ½ cup tapioca starch ½ cup sunflower seeds* 4 teaspoons...
Tags: Allergies, Blueberries, Flour
Channel 2 NewsIf you’re allergic to almonds and eat cereal, then you may want to double check your cupboard. The Food for Life Baking Company issued a recall for its “Ezekial 4:9” cereal affecting the original, golden flax, and cinnamon raisin...
Maybe they slowly grew on me. Or maybe it was the sheer sugar rush — from testing close to 75 dozen chicks — but I’ll admit it. I’ve grown fond of Peeps. For most of us, an Easter basket simply isn’t complete without a...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Easter, Entertainment, Ceremonies, Culture
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...
The above contraption may look a little funny, but it can be essential in the kitchen. Meet the heat diffuser. When you have a recipe that requires stove-top cooking over an extremely low and gentle flame, or are using a delicate cooking vessel such...
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