Go beyond green beer
Can we all just agree that unless you’re a frat boy (or girl), green beer belongs nowhere near your lips on St. Patrick’s Day? Because there really are so many other ways to celebrate the holiday, not to mention far more appealing methods of sipping a green beverage.
Howard Hewitt: More than meets the eye with wine and chocolate
Wine and chocolate have been a natural pairing for a long, long time but it’s not as simple as grabbing a bottle or wine and a chocolate bar.
Preparing a five-star steak
Speaking for those of us in the Midwest, we have our share of wintery weather ahead of us. So let’s talk about how to prepare and cook a steak indoors that will rival any steak you would experience at five-star steak houses.
Wine designation could boost industry’s image
Indiana winemakers believe validation and credibility come with the federal government’s designation of the Indiana Uplands as an American Viticulture Area.
Memorable meals for Valentine’s Day
From $99 to $10, Madison County restaurants are offering diners a variety of options for cozy meals for two on the year’s most romantic holiday.
Winning menus for the big game include wings, pinwheels
Here are some great menu ideas to develop before today’s kickoff between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers.
Fighting the fat without fad diets
Promises of “quick and easy” dieting just don’t work, said Dr. Charles Williams, a physician with Community Hospital’s Anderson Family Health Specialists.
Jinny Hunt never expected that she’d make a career out of crafting tasty treats. “Cupcakes are perfect,” Hunt said from the bistro table just outside her cupcakery at Mounds Mall’s food court. “And they are so popular right now and there is no other cupcake shop in Anderson.”
The mystery of food labels
Reading food labels can be intimidating, but by keeping a few things in mind those labels can help consumers lead a healthier life, experts say.
Students learn importance of following a recipe
Nancy Gates — an Anderson High School culinary and wellness and nutrition teacher in Family and Consumer Sciences (it’s no longer home ec) — said she has more boys in her class than girls and much of the focus is on nutrition, budgeting for food and making good choices.
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