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Sweet Tips for Sweet Treats

April 12, 2018

You might have a favorite cookie or brownie recipe — but did you know you could make it even better by adding a simple, familiar ingredient? With a few expert tips from Buddy Valastro, author and star of TLC’s “Cake Boss,” you can take your sweet treats from good to great in no time. Start… [Read More]

Dael Orlandersmith: A ‘theater worker’ who writes the truth

April 12, 2018

By Jacquelyn D. Heath Special to The Milwaukee Times Others have described Dael Orlandersmith as an actress, a performer, a playwright, a poet. From her own viewpoint, she is simply ‘a theater worker’. That is, she is someone who applies their talents to create products for public consumption to be delivered via the stage. The… [Read More]

Ten tips for budgeting for summer travel

April 5, 2018

It’s easy to get carried away when traveling, buying souvenirs, eating at restaurants and upgrading your flights and accommodations. But the last thing you want is to face a big bill when you get home. Here are some tips for budgeting accordingly, no matter what type of vacation you’re planning. 1. Be realistic about what… [Read More]

A Sweet Dinner Idea – Honey Barbecue Baked Chicken Tenders

March 2, 2018

A Sweet Dinner Idea Chicken is a favorite for all ages, and this recipe gives crunchy chicken a sweet twist that’s sure to earn clean plates. Baked, not fried, these tenders are a healthier take on traditional dippers. The tangy barbecue sauce and sweet honey mixed right into the breading makes them tasty on their… [Read More]

Create Lifelong Memories in the Kitchen & Easy Rice

March 2, 2018

Create Lifelong Memories in the Kitchen Give your family an opportunity to spend quality time together in the kitchen by engaging little ones. Simply involve them in the process to teach them some lifelong kitchen skills while having fun. Turn cooking time into family time with these tips from Uncle Ben’s “Ben’s Beginners” campaign. 1…. [Read More]

Join Us At Our New Community Center For Adults 50 and Up

March 2, 2018

Cooking: What to Cook This Week 8-31-2017

August 30, 2017

Gentl and Hyers for The New York Times. Food stylist: Maggie Ruggiero. Prop stylist: Glen Proebstel. SUNDAY, AUGUST 27, 2017 What to Cook This Week SAM SIFTON Good morning. Samin Nosrat wrote about cooking vegetables for The New York Times Magazine this week, making an argument for cooking them way, way, way longer than you probably usually… [Read More]

Embrace the Egg!

August 17, 2017

Jim Wilson/The New York Times WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 2017 Embrace the Egg! JULIA MOSKIN Hello, Cooking! Sam’s off the grid for the next week, having left me holding the bag for the Buffalo-pickled egg recipe he mentioned in Monday’s newsletter. (A tiny but vocal minority of you demanded one.) I’m going to yield the honor of… [Read More]

The Best Grilled Cheese

August 3, 2017

Rikki Snyder for The New York Times WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 2017 The Best Grilled Cheese SAM SIFTON Good morning. A few years ago, my colleagues and I put together “A Field Guide to the American Sandwich” for The Times. It was a celebratory taxonomy, in the main, but we were lucky to pick up a… [Read More]

Cooking: Crushed Tomatoes

July 27, 2017

Jim Wilson/The New York Times WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 2017 Crushed Tomatoes SAM SIFTON Good morning. A squirrel ate the tomatoes growing in my yard, that I had been tending closely in the heat, that I had fertilized with a tincture of seaweed, that I had put on a table so that they could grab a… [Read More]