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Keep young children safe from food poisoning

July 18, 2012 Anyone can get food poisoning, but babies and toddlers are at especially high risk and once they become infected, young children can have a hard time getting well. more »»

Lost my marbles, enjoyed it, and now recommend it

July 11, 2012 It was 12 years ago when I lost my marbles, and thanks to my nephew, Tyler Thompson of Ray, the entire congregation of the rural Rainbow Valley Lutheran Church heard about it. more »»

White cake as pristine as fallen snow

June 27, 2012 Thank you, readers, for sending me your requests for recipes. I have received several for homemade white cak. more »»

A Father’s Day tribute to a great dad

June 13, 2012 Much of what we know, enjoy, and appreciate can be traced back to our dads. Would you not agree? It was President Lyndon B. more »»

The great American dessert

May 30, 2012 Ice cream is often called the great American dessert. In America, the first record of ice cream appears in a letter written in 1700 by a guest of Gov. Bladen of Maryland. more »»

Food fit for company

April 19, 2012 Chicken and Rice Jambalaya Start to finish: 30 minutes Servings: 4 4 large boneless, skinless chicken thighs, cut into 2-inch chunks (about 15 ounces) Salt and ground black pepper 1/2 tablespoon... more »»

Let's cook: Reading a timeless classic

April 19, 2012 Who was your favorite childhood author and illustrator? Out front and center on my list was Robert McCloskey. more »»

Nuts add crunch, flavor to any recipe

April 11, 2012 Associated Press Ground seeds and nuts are a weeknight cook's dream ingredient. With virtually no effort from you, they add tons of protein-rich crunch and pack deep, savory flavors. more »»

Casserole is full of flavorful, healthy root vegetables

March 15, 2012 Get your Passover Seder off to a healthy start with a flavorful root vegetable casserole. We seasoned it with citrus and herbs and added a crumb topping. more »»

Stitched together

March 7, 2012 The Sowers of Love Quilters at Vincent United Methodist Church have compiled a cookbook in celebration of 125 years of history at the church, titled “We Sew But We Can Cook, Too. more »»

One good book deserves another

March 7, 2012 Church cookbooks are wonderful. Along with great ideas for mealtime and fond reminders of potluck gatherings, they’re a little snapshot of history. more »»

LET'S COOK: A wedding promise, plus a whole lot more

March 7, 2012 Late afternoon sunlight bathes the impressive Romanesque architecture of Little Flower Catholic Church in Rugby. more »»

Seafood, cream combine for decadent repast

March 7, 2012 Warm and creamy au gratin are perfect for a cold winter night. more »»

SCHOOL LUNCH MENUS - March 12-16

March 6, 2012 Burlington-Des Lacs Elementary Monday: Hamburger stew, cinnamon roll, green beans, fresh fruit. Tuesday: Chicken fajita, salad bar, strawberry/peach cups, trail mi. more »»

Tandoori chicken

February 29, 2012 During the many decades of her career, Barbara Kafka has worked hard to bring to home cooks recipes that are delicious, approachable and ahead of the culinary curve. more »»

FOOD on a DEADLINE: Spatchcock - a funny word for a fast dinner

February 29, 2012 I’ve been spending a lot of time spatchcocking lately. Because while it might sound a little racy, it’s really just a ridiculously simple and speedy way of roasting a whole chicken. more »»

A healthier take on chicken noodle soup

February 29, 2012 Chicken noodle soup may have a reputation for helping us beat the winter sniffles, but that doesn’t make it health food. Processed varieties, for example, can be loaded with calories, fat and sodiu. more »»

School lunch menu - March 5-9

February 28, 2012 Burlington-Des Lacs Elementary Monday: Sub sandwich, coleslaw, fresh fruit. Tuesday: Corn dog, salad bar, applesauce, mandarin oranges, trail mix. more »»

Beignets

February 22, 2012 It may look like a doughnut. It may be filled or glazed like a doughnut. It may even be cooked like a doughnut. But don’t call it a doughnut. It’s a beignet. more »»

A tasty take on a festive party cake

February 22, 2012 When I moved to New Orleans, I discovered that this was a city that – at least in terms of food – was a world to itself. Many of its foods had little in common with those of the South I grew up in. more »»

 
 

 

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