January 15, 2009 RSS feed / Entertainment

Pie Crust: A Baker's Triumph

For many home cooks, mastering the art of a flaky pie crust is considered an unattainable feat

As a home baker, I love receiving compliments on the cakes and cookies I pull out of my oven. But nothing pleases me quite as much as hearing praise for my pie crust. That's because I'm a late bloomer when it comes to pies. More...

Cards Of Thanks

McQUADE

Special thanks to my family members, Faye Bard, friends, pastors, church members, Dr. Kaneda, Dr. More...

Shutterbugs Invited To Capture PA Farm Show On Camera

Annual photo contest planned; winners to be featured in 2010 souvenir book

Say cheese! Visitors to the 2009 Pennsylvania Farm Show are invited to snap photos of their favorite show moments to win up to $100 and receive a VIP parking space at the 2010 show, said Agriculture Secretary Dennis Wolff last Thursday. More...

Historical Society News

In commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the CCC program that hired Fulton County men to work at Cowans Gap and Oregon Camp in Wells Valley, the Fulton County Historical Society has reprinted the Spring Menu and Recipe Suggestions cookbook provi More...

A Cook's Favorite, Sturdy Tool

With proper care, cast-iron cookware can last generations

There is nothing as reliable and long-lasting as cast-iron cookware. With just a little care, it will last a lifetime - no, make that generations. Rumor has it that cast-iron cookware is a favorite of chefs worldwide. More...

American Road Trip

America's historic Route 66 fascinates visitors from other countries

ST. LOUIS - Soulsby's Shell station in tiny Mt. Olive, Ill., seems like an unlikely attraction for international tourists. The gasoline pumps, which first started dispensing fuel in 1926, have been dry since 1991. More...