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EntreeBarbecue. You know what it means, right? Are you sure? Having grown up in Rhode Island, I always thought a "barbecue" referred to an outdoor cookout featuring grilled hot dogs and hamburgers. It wasn't until I moved to North Carolina that I discovered...
Tags: Salt, Foods and Beverages, Recipes, Hamburgers, Garlic
The organ/drums duo Billy Martin & Wil Blades is a new project, but one that has already accomplished a great deal. After performing their first show in 2011 at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, Martin (who's known for his skin work in Medeski,...
Millicent Souris To purchase a copy of the book: How to Build a Better Pie: Sweet and Savory Recipes for Flaky Crusts, Toppers, and the Things in Between Peach Blueberry Pie Peach blueberry pie should be as classic as strawberry rhubarb pie, it is a...
Tags: Blueberries, Pies and Tarts, Sports, Nutmeg
A northern pike is a tube of green fury. The coloration is no accident because it enables pike to use summer weed stands as a smokescreen to ambush their prey. Myth has it that pike lose their teeth in summer, which has no scientific basis. However,...
Tags: Fishing, Lifestyle and Leisure, Sports
Casual parties, dinners on the deck, family reunions and picnics populate our summer calendar. I usually volunteer to bring the salad primarily so that I am not tempted to overindulge. Over the years, I have built up quite the salad recipe repertoire, but...
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The Philadelphia InquirerEvery month is home safety month in my house, says the guy who cannot complete a job without at least one scratch, bruise, or bump. I'm talking about me, not Tim "The Tool Man" Taylor, who in one show glued his head to a board. He also was on a first-...
L.A. NOWA rice cooker and jar seized from an airline passenger arriving from Iran contained an unexpected surprise: $110,000 worth of opium, federal authorities said....
Plastic soda bottles, old carpet, out-of-date phone books and lint from the clothes dryer are typical items you might find in any American's trash or recycling bin. For some, however, the line between trash and treasure is fine. They are on America's...
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Ed Korfanty is a member of the U.S. Fencing Hall of Fame, a three-time world champion in the veterans’ saber division and coach of the most decorated fencer in U.S. history. And now he is an event. This week’s saber World Cup meet in...
The Dish - Orlando SentinelSmoky T-Bones With Chunky Barbecue Sauce 2 T-bone or Porterhouse steaks, cut 1 1/2 inches thick (about 2 pounds) Wood chip foil packet (see note) 2 tablespoons packed brown sugar 1 tablespoon each: steak seasoning blend and chili powder Salt to taste...
Like many Olympic athletes not named Michael Phelps, Suzanne Stettinius is both training and fundraising in these final weeks before the Summer Games. She's made appeals via Facebook and her blog and, next week, will host a party at a Baltimore County...
Father's Day grilling around my house was always fraught with tension. My dad was not the genial Fred MacMurray type. He paced irritably, chain-smoking, beside the Weber grill in the backyard of our cottage in Madison, Conn., with a kitchen timer in hand....
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