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Just when you thought you heard of everything related to food, comes a local cookbook author spreading the word about an oddity of allergies.  Kathleen Cahoj, a teacher at Junction Hill school … more
Memorial Day is a bittersweet day on the calendar. Memorial Day is a day to pay homage to the brave men and women who lost their lives defending the United States. However, over time, Memorial Day … more
Bread features prominently in many types of cuisine. For example, foodies may not be able to imagine indulging in their favorite Indian dish without some naan, while freshly baked semolina bread … more
Religious Christians make the commitment to avoid meat in their Friday meals for the duration of Lent, signifying a sacrifice for their faith that recalls the ultimate sacrifice Jesus Christ made … more
As you know, Ukraine is under fire, the heart wrenching photos coming from that country  are more than I can handle. But right here in our community, a baker I featured last year is living with … more
Families share many Easter traditions. Easter in a home with people who trace their ancestry to Italy will likely feature “Pane di Pasqua,” which translates to “Easter … more
Wild edibles consist of much more than morel mushrooms. The forests and grasslands that stretch across the southern part of the state produce a bounty of natural foods that can add variety to any … more
Piney River Brewing Company is celebrating 11 years of brewing craft beer in the Ozarks at the brewery in Bucyrus in March. The “11th Aleiversary” party will be held at the … more
Healthy eating should be a goal all year long. Choosing nutrient-rich foods at the grocery store is a great way to accomplish that goal.  The American Heart Association says research suggests … more
Welcome to March! This new month excites me, and this week's recipe does too.  I try to keep up on the trends in the culinary world, not only for you but I like to try new things. I'm still … more
Everyone has “corned beef and cabbage” on the brain come St. Patrick’s Day. But another flavorful dish might appeal to a greater number of people with Irish … more
This yo-yo weather has me all confused, from warm and sunny to cold and windy, you never know what to cook! I'm challenging myself to cook one new dish a week for this month, being a short month it … more
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