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Culinary Conversation: This week, let’s eat Crowe — dishes, that is
My day is made when recipes from readers are received at Culinary Conversation. So when an envelope arrived from Hickory Township resident Shirley Crowe, I was definitely pleased. Shirley sent a variety of recipes, which appear easy and tasty — two requirements many cooks strive for.
Friday concerts conclude tomorrow
Aug. 23 will be the final Friday Night Live Concert for 2013. The event is scheduled for 5:45 to 9 p.m. at the Riverwalk Amphitheater located at the corner of East Washington and East streets.
Culinary Conversation: A co-worker’s farewell offers tasty recipes
If there’s an occasion to have a party, go for it. At The News last week, it was quite a send-off for photographer Erica Galvin and it was a feast, to say the least.
Culinary Conversation: Polenta, conversation lead to fun evening
Very seldom do I get cravings for any type of food. When I do, it’s for something I haven’t had in a long time. So when I had a chance to order polenta at an annual Italian church festival in Youngstown, I did.
Culinary Conversation: Fuel your body with these high-energy treats
All signs indicate the fifth annual Jameson 5-K/10-K Run For Your Heart was a great success. More than 600 people participated. I had fully intended to be running in the event this year.
Culinary Conversation: Cook with a kid and make a memory
My niece Mia probably doesn’t know about Helen Keller. And, having just turned 9, she didn’t have much choice in her “daring adventure.” But my husband and I joined her in that adventure and we all not only survived but thrived.
Culinary Conversation: Pizza burgers and garden goodness
Getting feedback — and recipes — from our readers is always appreciated. When Culinary Conversation received a request for the type of pizza burgers that were sold at the former Waldman’s Market, a reader responded.
Culinary Conversation: Pies are worth the fuss it takes to make them
I’ve reached a conclusion about pie. Just about everyone likes to eat them. But not everyone likes to make them. The phrase “easy as pie” isn’t always applicable for those trying to master the task.
Culinary Conversation: Help wanted — reader seeks recipe
On one occasion or another, we’ve all had this experience — a beloved product is no longer on the store shelves. Or the grocery store that sold the item is no longer in business and you can’t find it anywhere else. That’s the case with Nancy Martin. She loved the sandwich spread that was sold at the former Latsko’s Market on the North Hill.
Culinary Conversation: Lighter fare great during summer months
Sometimes a cook just wants to hear the word “easy.” And in warm weather, who wants to turn on the oven? We would love to hear what you’re making during these warm months.
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