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"That's what we heard also," Shefts said. Shefts is the director, lead investigator and founder of the .
"Whatcha wanna eat? Also, do you want to be on Buying Alaska?" read a text message I received on Sunday night from my significant other, Zac.
The menu was an extensive list of breakfast and lunch options available all day, with dishes ranging from winter warmers like pumpkin and potato soup or seafood chowder to salads, eggs, burgers, waffles, a bunch of Best Ugly Bagel selections as well as gluten-free, wheat-free and vegan options.
The youth of the Sugar Loaf United Methodist Church participated in a week of Vacation Bible Service - a modified Vacation Bible School program focusing on service.
The Shiyake Ikura Gohan combo at Hokkaido Ramen Santouka includes, from left, a rice bowl with salmon and roe, egg salad and ramen.
One of my favorite spots during summer is on the rooftop of BOKX 109 American Prime , where a pool, cabanas and outdoor seating for dinner is a relaxing, refreshing respite from the hot and humid summer days.
Summer has arrived at last! Check out your local farmer's market and you'll be nothing short of inspired by ingredients.
If you only want spectacular bloom and not fruit, you might instead choose a crab apple tree; many provide a spectacular display of lovely pink bloom.
Not so long ago, the list of ingredients for most recipes was simple and could be easily pronounced.
I'm sure you've walked into a Costco and stumbled upon someone giving a demo about a high-powered blender followed by delicious samples of smoothies or even gazpacho.
Two-year-old Emerson Reimers, in violet, and her friend, Alexa Berkenwald, also 2, in pink, sit watching the dogs at the doggie daycare at the Mercer Island Farmers Market on Sunday, July 6. On Sunday, July 20th, the Market will offer the second of four Tasting Events, featuring an easy, kid-friendly vegetable recipe that highlights the produce ... (more)
Love a great tomato soup? Our most recent Culinary SOS request, from reader Ruth Benson in Los Angeles, was for the soup from Angelini Osteria: "I had a wonderful soup at Angelini Osteria.
The best cooking is born of necessity. At least that's the case in my house. My favorite recipes always happen when I'm forced to react to a glut of something, or a shortage of something, or perhaps both.
Then add all of the sliced mushrooms and 2 tablespoons of fresh chopped thyme and cook that along to cook the mushrooms down and brown up a little bit.
For starters, the bread pudding is gone, a move that proved surprisingly controversial for the chef who pulled it from the menu.
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