Red Cherry

18 Apr 19
WCCO | CBS Minnesota

Let’s celebrate spring with three delicious recipes featuring avocado from Hy-Vee dietitian Melissa Jaeger.

18 Apr 19
Dad With A Pan

Wood-fired chimichurri spatchcock chicken is a combo of bold and zesty flavors and I’m all about it! Spatchcock is the method of removing the backbone from for a whole chicken/poultry so that it can lay down flat while roasting or grilling. The Spatchcock method his allows your poultry to cook more evenly so that the […]

18 Apr 19
Two Dawgs, One Blawg

Not everyone is lucky enough to hail from a massive, metropolitan region and experience the great wonders of living in a big city. As for myself, I am blessed in this regard as I was born and raised in the world renowned metropolis of Salem, Oregon. Mistakenly known for being the Salem that executed 19 […]

18 Apr 19
The Mediterranean Diet

For a long time, America’s obesity rate has been detrimental. More recently, the obesity rate has increased by 39.8% and has affected about 93.3 million of US adults. It has raised many concerns and people have developed several different methods on how we can stop it from taking over our country. Surgeries and meal-replacing supplements […]

18 Apr 19
Business Web

Magnetic phone mounts are great, but slapping an ugly metal sticker onto the back of your phone so it stays on the mount isn’t. Choosing a phone case with a built-in metal plate protects your device and ensures hands-free compatibility without sacrificing aesthetics. Here are some of the best magnetic cases for your iPhone XR. […]

18 Apr 19
Steve Munro

On April 16, 2019, Toronto Council by vote of 22-3 endorsed making the King Street transit and pedestrian priority area between Jarvis and Bathurst permanent. This is the first of two articles updating the collections of statistics I have been publishing about King Street since the pilot began in November 2017. This article reviews travel […]

18 Apr 19
Miles Hearn

Though I was unable to get a good photo of this morning’s Yellow-throated Vireo, the bird had all of the markings of this species: bright yellow throat, white wing bars and yellow “spectacles”. Here is a photo from the National Audubon Society: Yellow-throated Vireos are uncommon in mature deciduous forests. They feed on insects and […]

18 Apr 19
Specialty Bakery

Thursday, April 18 Special # 1. Flat Bread Chicken Club: Traditional flat bread covered with amazing sweet chill mayo, over roasted chicken, tomatoes, bacon and cheddar cheese grilled until golden brown. Served with your choice of Soup, Salad or Fries. $12.99 Special #2. Crispy Cod Sandwiches: Flaky cod filets lightly battered and fried served on […]

18 Apr 19
Gale Goes Global

Once upon a time, there lived in a faraway land two beautiful American women eager to use their powers of open-mindedness and bravery to explore other cultures in Europe. Without fear, the women, Alana and Katie, climbed aboard the giant winged-beast that would take them to Portugal for five days, where they would spend their […]

18 Apr 19
Edmonton Journal

Whether you are celebrating this Easter weekend with a traditional meal or something a little less conventional, the real question is, what to drink? The Loire wine region in northern France is often overlooked but offers wines with overall crowd appeal and the added benefit of balance of fruitiness and freshness, making them ideal to […]

18 Apr 19
seasidesunblog1

This weekend hosts one of Ayr’s biggest events of the year, The Scottish Grand National which means this week’s Acoustic Bliss is full of happy people from all over the country excited to see if their horse will pull through for them. And, as always, Acoustic Bliss is delighted to entertain them while they wait […]