CHEF JEFF Blueberry (or Apple) Crisp
The nice thing about recipes for cobblers and crisps is that the main ingredients often are interchangeable. A recipe for Blueberry Crisp that recently appeared in my One Byte at a Time feature that a... Posted on 7/5/11 at 4:17 PM
STAFF BLOG SUE DOEDEN'S ALL ABOUT FOOD The story of Danny and his apple crisp
Many years ago, more than 30, there was a little boy who loved apples. On sunny autumn days, he and his mom would each put on a warm, cozy sweatshirt. They would get in the car and take a short drive... Posted on 9/26/09 at 7:01 PM
At times during the president’s Dec. 1 speech on Afghanistan, my innate skepticism about the possibility of a military solution was challenged by his eloquent reminder that the dreadful events of 9/11 emanated from that part of the world.
The handwriting on the wall of the local post office is not hard to read: The United States Postal Service, established at about the same time as our country, 1775, is probably on its way out. I’ll miss it.
As my students confront that most daunting of writing tasks — thinking of something to say — I discourage their easy reliance on recurrent but worn-out writing-class topics like abortion, gun control and TV violence. Instead I urge them to observe the world around them to see what they have to say about it.
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