April 24, 2014

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Hope's Release March 8

Give Thai a try with a side of fried rice PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 6:38 AM

The popularity of Thai food in North America continues to rise. But even the most devoted of Thai food fans may not know how easy it can be to prepare their favorite Thai foods at home. Fried rice is one of the more popular Thai dishes that can be easily cooked up from the comfort of your own kitchen. Those who want to try their hand at Thai cuisine can use the following recipe for “Pineapple Fried Rice” courtesy of Katie Chin’s “Everyday Thai Cooking” (Tuttle).

Indian cuisine no stranger to beef PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 5:32 AM

Though it might surprise some people, many natives of India eat beef. Thanks to its versatility, ground meat is a popular form of red meat among people in India, where exporting beef is big business. But those who want to keep beef for their own dinner tables and enjoy a taste of India can accomplish both of these goals with the following recipe for “Keema Matar (Spiced Ground Beef With Peas)” from Suneeta Vaswani’s “Easy Indian Cooking” (Robert Rose).

Citrus salad...for breakfast PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 5:31 AM

Like Mom always said, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But breakfast can also be the most boring meal of the day for those people unwilling to spice up their morning routine. For those unafraid to try something new at the breakfast table, the following recipe for “Citrus Salad With Vin Santo and Mint” from Norman Kolpas’ “Buongiorno! Breakfast and Brunch, Italian Style” (Contemporary Books) combines a famed central Italian dessert wine with popular morning fruits.

Something special for breakfast PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, March 18, 2014 5:58 AM

Parents often tell their youngsters that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and rightfully so. A hearty breakfast can give adults and children the energy they need to make the most of their day. But just because breakfast is an important meal does not mean it can’t be delicious, too. Those who want to forgo flakes of cereal or a bowl of oatmeal for more inspiring fare should consider the following recipe for “Smoked Salmon, Fennel and Potato Hash” from Betty Rosbottom’s “Sunday Brunch” (Chronicle Books).

MinuteMeals hosts community dinner in Poy Sippi PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, February 04, 2014 6:51 AM

MinuteMeals, located in the old Poy Sippi Elementary School, with the help of area volunteers, donated, prepared and served meals to the community on Feb. 1.

A less traditional take on meatballs PDF Print E-mail
Monday, December 30, 2013 6:51 AM

Few foods are as beloved as meatballs. Men, women and children alike typically love meatballs, whether those meatballs are served atop a steaming plate of pasta or on a hero in the form of a meatball sandwich.

Start the year off on a health kick PDF Print E-mail
Monday, December 30, 2013 6:50 AM

A new year marks a great time to turn over a new leaf. While many people resolve to be healthier in a new year, those who aren’t fond of making resolutions can still make an effort to adopt a healthier lifestyle.

Bearded Bison continues history of building in downtown Berlin PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, November 12, 2013 5:31 AM

The Bearded Bison Eatery & Ale House sits in a historic old brick building, with records dating back as far as 1867.

Harvest Dinner held in Hancock PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 22, 2013 10:21 AM

Ted Mattox received a harvest dinner from Coloma/Hancock American Legion 343 members Mike Dornik, Laddie Strejtc, Clarence Stratton, and George Foster.

Badger Boys and Girls help at Harvest Dinner PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 22, 2013 10:18 AM

The Hancock/Coloma American Legion Post 343 got some help with their harvest dinner from the Badger Boys and Girls that they sponsored this summer.


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