He’s 20 and spends a lot of summer days hoeing. He spent nearly eight hours hoeing the other day, under a hot sun. He’s a college kid, and this summer, he’s working at a CSA — one of about 65 Community Supported Agriculture farms in Minnesota.
Avocado Cream Cabbage Slaw perfect side dish
For years, I’ve stayed far away from fish. I didn’t prepare it or serve it, and I would never even consider ordering it at a restaurant. I’m not fond of that “fishy” flavor that I thought all fish naturally carried.
Yet lately, I’ve been making Salmon Tacos.
I recently read an article in which some relationship expert claimed that married couples are most likely to fight about five issues: money, sex, work, children and housework.
Weird. Nowhere on the list do they mention pillows.
I grew up on the north side of Chicago. Although the city shares a bit of history with a certain cow kicking over a lantern (or so the story goes), school kids weren’t brainwashed into believing cows and trouble went hand in hand.
For six years the Pavlova recipe was tucked into my “Summer
A cooking school classmate sent it to me with her penned comment beside the recipe: “This is a great one.” And I knew she was right. She made the delicate meringue shells and filled them with fruit when we were at Tante Marie’s Cooking School in San Francisco.
Rarely does a father-son combination excel in different fields at the community, state and national level. Because of the contributions made by Oscar Will and his son George, North Dakota is richer in the areas of agriculture, education, history and anthropology.
An excerpt from Budgeteer columnist Linda LeGarde Grover's award-winning collection of short stories, “The Road Back to Sweetgrass,” which was recently recognized by the Native Writers’ Circle of the Americas.
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