ARLENE COCO'S PRAIRIE KITCHEN Top Ten Favorite Holiday Dishes for Easy Entertaining- Part One
During the holidays, most of my days are filled with making cookies by the thousands. By the time the weekend comes, I want to entertain and have my friends over, but I am pretty tired at the end of m... Posted on 12/13/13 at 10:40 AM
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Really, there was no "caper". . . I just thought that title sounded cool. But this blog entry is about capers. So gear up. :)
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TIME AT THE TABLE Giving Tuesday
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THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND don't have a deer tag?
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CONFESSIONS OF A (FORMER) FAT GIRL 10-miler, medical tent, misc stuff and LOTS of food!
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It’s the day before Thanksgiving and many of you are busy researching recipes and cooking times for the turkey that is hopefully already thawed in your refrigerator. Tomorrow’s big meal can bring a great deal of anxiety.
Apparently, the phrase is supposed to go: You can’t teach an old dog new tricks. I’m finding that it’s tough for me, a not-so-old dog, to learn a new trick, too. That new trick is feeding myself food that’s not straight from a box.
Guinness confirmed that the Minto community indeed cooked a pot of 2,240 pounds of chili in June. That mark broke a 10-year-old record by more than 1,000 pounds. In 2003, the Keystone Aquatic Club in Harrisburg, Pa., entered the record book with a pot of 1,430 pounds.
This hummus is delicious as a spread served with crackers or baguette slices, or turned into the base of a dinner. For that, smear a hefty serving of the hummus over a lightly toasted sliced of sourdough bread, then top with either lightly seasoned grilled chicken breast or roasted vegetables.
As the demand for gluten-free recipes continues to grow, a new cookbook by Vicky Pearl, titled “Gluten Free Goes Gourmet,” joins the ranks of cookbooks offering both healthy and tasty gluten-free options. “Gluten Free Goes Gourmet” also offers kosher recipes.
Halloween’s celebrated with costumes, trick-or-treating and parties, and some Halloween foods can be really fun and tasty to make. They can sometimes be a little too scary for my son to eat and a little too unappetizing for my stomach.
The basic principle here is bro food should have intense flavors — lots of salt, say — it should take minimal effort to prepare, if any, it should go well with beer and you should be able to eat it with your hands.
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