Ketchup seems like the all-American condiment, but it did not originate here, and the first clue is the name because it’s Chinese. Ketchup’s journey goes across oceans and involves multiple foods to become the tomato sauce we know today. Its story…
Summer is coming and if you’re like me, you are ready for some delicious fresh fruit. I spent many hours as a kid picking fruit from my great aunt’s cherry tree, and then many more hours removing the pits. My brother, sister & I would lean precariously off step ladders under the trees trying to […]
And the winners are…Click title to view Best In Show March of the Penguins by Nessa Johnson 1st Runner-up BBQ Queens’ Big Book of Barbecue by Gwendolyn Hughes Most Likely To Be Devoured Chocolate Heart by Robin Burke Best Play on Words Everyone Poops by Winter and Angie Frendle Congratulations to the winners! You can […]
It’s not New York City or Los Angeles but Grand Forks, North Dakota, an average American city, and for the last 25 years Marilyn Hagerty has written Eatbeat, a column of restaurant reviews. The restaurants are truck stops, locally owned, fast food, and large restaurant chains, but for all the familiarity there is a story.
The 2013 Goodreads Choice Awards offer book recommendations in many genres. Our guests this episode are Stephanie Hall, Kelli Smith and Megan Johnson. Open your ears for a funny and honest discussion about what new books we enjoyed this year and what we recommend – then share your thoughts
I was reading The Paris Review, chopstick-extended fingers trying to navigate a flailing noodle into my mouth while bypassing the space over my keyboard when I came across an article entitled Hemingway’s Hamburger. The author, Cheryl Lu-Tien Tan, describes kneading a mixture of meat, capers, and spices into a patty described by a recipe for […]