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  • Cooking contest alert: Do you make an award-winning grilled cheese?

     
    Home cooks, start your griddles. The Grilled Cheese Academy, a marketing arm of the Wisconsin Milk Board, is looking for contest entries in the 2012 Grilled Cheese Sandwich Contest. The winner will receive a trip for two to New York City and other prizes....
  • St. Patrick’s Day parties in Orlando

     
    There are a ton of St. Patrick's Day parties happening in Orlando this year....
  • At Cornucopia Community Garden, even the bug spray is DIY

     
    Cornucopia Community Garden in Ventura: At the Cornucopia Community Garden, members have crafted their own DIY solutions to gardening problems: PVC tents to shield the hot sun, homemade pepper spray to keep aphids at bay and solarizing the soil to keep...
  • Corned beef and cabbage for St. Patrick's Day (but no green beer, please)

     
    What are you eating for St. Patrick's Day? It had better by corned beef and cabbage, or you might find an angry Leprechaun* under your bed. And you should round out the meal with a well-poured half-and-half and some Irish......
  • More is More Mom: Shepherd's Pie, Shamrock's and Shillelagh's: A St. Patrick's Day Feast!

     
    As the More is More Mom®, I’m all about……….more being Irish on St. Patrick’s Day! March 17th is the feast day of the Patron Saint …...
  • There's a new 'Top Chef'

     
    It was the showdown in the Bahamas, pitting two polar opposites: Mike Isabella, the brash, swaggering bull of a guy with the passion for big flavor, and Richard Blais, the neurotic perfectionist with the spiky hair who every week seemed......
  • Was the 'Top Chef' finale really that close? We taste-test the dishes and see.

     
    During the finale of "Top Chef" on Thursday, the judges insisted that the showdown between Michael Isabella and Richard Blais was nail-bitingly close. "As far as I'm concerned, it's a toss-up," said Tom Colicchio during the judge's table discussion....
  • Lineup announced for new SteelJam festival at SteelStacks

     
    The jam band Umphrey's McGee, which was scheduled to headline the annual NEARFest progressive rock festival in South Bethlehem before it was canceled last month, will instead headline the first SteelJam Festival, Sept 2-5 at the new SteelStacks...
  • More Derby delights: Mint juleps and burgoo

     
    Mint Julep Yield: 1 serving 2 cups sugar 2 cups water Sprigs of fresh mint Crushed ice Kentucky Bourbon 1. Make a simple syrup by boiling sugar and water together for 5 minutes; cool. Place in a covered container with 6 to 8 mint sprigs. Refrigerate...
  • Winter in the Vegetable Garden

     
    Cold did not bother the vegetable garden. Sure it got down to 26 degrees for several hours but the plants we grow at this time of the year are tough. Most can take a frost and if given a gradual cool down a freeze. Actually it seems to energize them and...
  • Seminole schools tops in cabbages, too!

     
    Seminole schools are proud of the diverse activities that their students participate in, ranging from athletics and the arts in addition to academics. And they excel in all.  But here may be a first. Kristen Keeler, a student at Partin Elementary in Ovi....
  • Bagrada bug spreads, threatening winter vegetables

     
    As you inspect your garden following winter rains, look for an odd, shield-shaped bug, about one-fifth of an inch long, black with white and orange markings. This is the adult Bagrada bug, which goes after winter crops such as cabbage,......