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Irish stew is a warming embrace for St. Patrick’s Day or throughout our cold days.
St. Patrick’s Day brings to mind traditional, hearty fare, such as corned beef and cabbage or Irish stew. And, of course, soda bread.
Corned beef and cabbage is synonymous with St. Patrick’s Day in the minds of many.
Does any smell welcome people home in as tantalizing fashion as fresh-baked bread?
Nutrition experts continue to sing the praises of fish in the diet.
Churches in Billings and around the world are holding Ash Wednesday services today as the Christian world starts the season of Lent.
When I was in junior high, seventh-grade girls were required to take home economics, with a portion of the year devoted to sewing (which I was miserable at) and the other portion spent on cooking, with short segments tossed in for babysitting and hygiene, such as learning how to give yoursel…
Stew can be a great budget stretcher and a super-healthy meal.
Warm biscuits are a great accompaniment to soups, chili and salads.
The weather just can’t seem to decide whether it wants to lean toward spring or return to winter.
The ease of freeze and bake dishes has another advantage if you’re making your own --- you often can save by buying in bulk and using a range of ingredients,
Candies are a traditional present for Valentine’s Day.
For many, chocolate is the food of love. So, it’s often associated with that most romantic of holidays, Valentine’s Day.
For people familiar with the cooking-contest scene, the name of Bob Gadsby is a familiar one.
Beans are a great way to stretch your food dollars, especially when paired with rice.
Game-time grazing can become a meal and more if you keep snacking throughout the Super Bowl.
When you’re a kid, having rippled potato chips and a creamy dip can be a dining delight. And many youngsters who might ordinarily shy away from meat or veggies are willing, even eager, to eat them if they become finger food for dipping into sauces.