SENSE AND CENTSIBILITY Totally Broke Tuesday or Triumphant Tuesday?
Did you survive the shopping weekend without any bruises to your wallet?
Congratulations! Time to sit back, relax and enjoy Triumphant Tuesday.
Or are you on the other end?
Did Black Friday, Small ... Posted on 12/3/13 at 11:52 AM
ARLENE COCO'S PRAIRIE KITCHEN Holiday Baking Marathon- Recipe for Cajun Cocoons
It's cookie baking season around the kitchen. Every year I embark on a cookie baking journey and sell them to local restaurants and caterers. I was taught by a local retired baker how to make these ... Posted on 12/2/13 at 3:53 PM
PARENT INFORMATION CENTER Christmas Eve Dinner - Celebrate the Season in Grand Forks
You are cordially invited to this year's 41st Annual Community Christmas Eve Dinner. This is a Free turkey dinner open to everyone who would like to share food and fellowship.
Join us Tuesday, Decembe... Posted on 12/2/13 at 10:23 AM
STAFF BLOG EVERYDAY GOURMET Au Gratin Sweet Potatoes
Are you still busy looking for side dish recipes for dinner tomorrow? Here is a delicious recipe for Au Gratin Sweet Potatoes. No, they are not the marshmallow classic that will be served at many than... Posted on 11/27/13 at 11:24 AM
Sometimes the daunting task of planning and preparing a home or office for a holiday party is stressful enough to take the joy out of the event.
Enter: Sadie’s Couture Floral & Event Styling in Grand Forks.
Thirty to 40 noisy relatives and friends, a table covered in dominoes, the Dallas Cowboys on TV, two huge turkeys, a pan full of dressing, a gallon of potato salad, a dozen pies, fresh vegetables with ranch, 50 “Texas toothpicks,” two dozen rolls, two dozen deviled eggs and eight to 10 other dishes my aunts wanted to try out this year — these are the normal elements of Thanksgiving at my parents’ farm in rural West Texas where my husband and I celebrate every year.
It was a mother's nightmare and a kid's fantasy come true. Hundreds of children on Tuesday jumped into a 75-by-150-foot mud pit as part of the 26th annual Mud Day at a park in the Detroit suburb of Westland.
The Fourth of July is over. The frantic back-to-school activities are still down the road apiece. There is time to sit at the end of the dock at a lake or on a stool in the backyard — and think. On summer days, my thoughts go back to Roomba.
The notoriously rambunctious annual rodeo contest in Prescott added a solemn new ritual this week: a cowboy leading a riderless horse around the outdoor arena, a fire helmet sitting on its saddle, fire boots resting in the stirrups.
Real rabbits don’t lay eggs. They are not chocolate. But this is Easter Sunday and most everyone takes liberties with the lore of rabbits. The Easter Bunny is depicted as a creature carrying colored eggs. Never mind that chickens, not rabbits, lay eggs.
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