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Staff WriterBRAWLEY— Feeling prepared, but a little nervous fifth-grader James Valencia of Phil D Swing Elementary School mixed up different fruits to add to his one-of-a-kind Peace Fruit Salad dish, Friday evening. “I named it Peace Fruit Salad...
Students at Brawley Elementary School District and Imagine School will learn about the importance of healthy eating while honing their culinary skills thanks to education partner and Quality of Life service provider Sodexo and its annual Future Chefs:...
Staff WriterHOLTVILLE — Chefs of all ages have been showing off their culinary arts while participating in the Carrot Festival Cookery Contest this week. “This is the 66th year we promote the carrot, and in this contest every recipe must have a carrot in...
Staff WriterMore than 450 jobs are going away as a food processing facility is closing its doors and heading off to Yuma. River Ranch Fresh Foods, based in Salinas with a food processing and cooling and shipping facility in El Centro, will be permanently closing the...
Staff WriterWhile a company with local ties has had to recall lettuce products because they may be contaminated, the local processing facility did not have a hand in processing it. The state Department of Public Health warned late last week that certain bagged...
Corn dogs and bad weather. One is longed for each year by many people when California Mid-Winter Fair & Fiesta time comes, and the other is dreaded by even more folks as an annual unwelcome visitor. We concede that corn dogs and many of the other...
Staff WriterThe first of the Carrot Festival adult division cook-off kicked off Tuesday evening, with five people placing. For the main dish category of Tuesday’s competition, first place went to James Predmore with his “Carrot Pineapple Glazed...
Imperial Valley Press StaffHOLTVILLE — The best of the best carrot cooking was judged Friday night, with dishes running the gambit. The winner of the sweepstakes competition is Mari Lynn Pemberton with her Ole Carrot Salsa. She won $300 for her zesty recipe. Second place...
Thyme is keen on duress. It grows in clay or sand. It tolerates drought, tight quarters and getting trampled. Some gardeners maintain it likes getting trampled. Which might explain, in a twisted way, thyme's reputation as courageous. Once, the soldier...
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ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People will choose larger portions of food if they are labeled as being "healthier," even if they have the same number of calories, according to a new study. "People think (healthier food) is lower in calories," said Pierre...
Margie Wight has been a member of the Hagerstown chapter of the Embroidery Guild of America since the 1980s. She’s also a home cook. One of her all-time favorite recipes is this white bean salad. “Anytime I’ve brought it to a picnic or...
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