Williams Sonoma

18 Dec 18
Los Angeles

One of the most interesting thing that occurs when you’re undertaking historic research are the side stories that seem to come out of nowhere. While researching one particular subject you often run across information that is as interesting or at times even more interesting than what you may have looked for to begin with. If […]

18 Dec 18
Classically Clad

If you are like me, you are freaking out because you realize that you only have a few more days to shop online to make sure you are getting your presents in time for the big day.  I am now realizing that I need to pick a retailer and just find something. Oops.  Well, tonight […]

18 Dec 18
FOX 4 Kansas City WDAF-TV | News, Weather, Sports

[ooyala player_id=”41a7fde962484147af148038b175431a” auto=”true” width=”1920″ height=”1080″ pcode=”o3ZXA6AW_ODSH73PHaEhBxcqUpwq” code=”p2cHZ2ZzE6fftnWlWUDDXKPJYV6ucHkx”] KANSAS CITY, Mo. — More changes are coming to the Country Club Plaza as longtime restaurant and bar Tomfooleries is moving downtown. A manager at the restaurant tells FOX4 their last day at the Plaza location will be Dec. 29. The popular restaurant will re-open around Feb. 1 […]

18 Dec 18
STL.News

SACRAMENTO, CA – California Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today announced the appointment of six California superior court judges, which include: One in Alameda County; one in Napa County; one in Orange County; one in Sonoma County; and two in Yolo County. Alameda County Superior Court Colin T. Bowen, 55, of Oakland, has been appointed […]

17 Dec 18
Williams-Sonoma Taste

  There’s no reason to wait till the weather is summery to get your paws on ribs as good-looking as those above. Cold-weather grilling has its proponents, too. Though not as large in number as their summer counterparts, they are arguably more fanatical about their craft.   We’ve already coached you about what to cook […]

17 Dec 18
Sweet Kitchen

Yesterday marked the one year, one month anniversary of https://sweetkitchen.blog.  The blog’s first post appeared on November 16, 2017!  To help celebrate this milestone, a group of local blog followers joined me for a toast and some tea.  I kept it simple and made a couple of bundt cakes and some holiday bars.  It was […]

17 Dec 18
Dave Loves History

America is a nation of beer drinkers, and that beer is lager. The fact that we call this “domestic” beer, even though it’s traditionally German and brewed worldwide, reinforces the idea that there is a typical American beer, and that beer is something that ends with the word “lite.” You can say that you’re not a fan […]

17 Dec 18
Daily Republic

ART EXHIBITS ArtPhit: Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, 726 Texas St., Fairfield. 439-3573. Arts Benicia: “In the Fields: Botanical Love,” through Friday; open noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday during exhibitions, 991 Taylor St., Suite 114, Benicia. Free. 747-0130, http://www.artsbenicia.org. Benicia Plein Air Gallery: Samantha McNally is December’s featured artist; open 11 […]

17 Dec 18
National Post

This article was originally published on The Conversation, an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts. Disclosure information is available on the original site. —— Authors: Kathryn Walton, Registered Dietitian, Research Fellow, University of Guelph and Angela Wallace, Registered Dietitian and Project Coordinator, University of Guelph When we think about […]

17 Dec 18
Life On Virginia Street

It’s been a few weeks since I last shared a Weekend Recap. Things have been a bit hectic around here, as seems to be the case for most people this time of year! After today though, I’m really going to make a conscious effort to try and slow down and take time to enjoy the […]

17 Dec 18
LUEE

On this episode of Life, the Universe & Everything Else, Ashlyn, Lauren, Laura, and Gem talk about several elements of the holiday consumer frenzy. Lauren tackles gift guides, Gem explains why corporations love gift cards, Ashlyn talks about holiday debt, and Laura ends the show with a discussion of some truly bizarre holiday products. Life, […]

17 Dec 18
The Winnipeg Skeptics

On this episode of Life, the Universe & Everything Else, Ashlyn, Lauren, Laura, and Gem talk about several elements of the holiday consumer frenzy. Lauren tackles gift guides, Gem explains why corporations love gift cards, Ashlyn talks about holiday debt, and Laura ends the show with a discussion of some truly bizarre holiday products. Life, […]

17 Dec 18
Williams-Sonoma Taste

This soup gets its authentic Korean flavor from gochujang, a spicy-sweet red condiment made from red chiles and fermented beans. The thick paste is used extensively in Korean cuisine as a condiment for everything from grilled tofu to soup. You’ll usually find it sold in small plastic tubs at Asian markets and many well-stocked grocers. […]

17 Dec 18

Deer season is in full swing in Texas, my freezer is full, and therefore my husband pulls out his requests for his favorite venison dishes. This pizza is our take on a pizza his uncle made when we were dating. I believe the key to making the best homemade pizza is a pizza stone. My […]

17 Dec 18
Williams-Sonoma Taste

  How did your home get this crowded with guests, and so early in the morning? Don’t panic: With a bit of advance planning and prep work, a festive, hearty breakfast for guests can be as easy as turning on the oven.   Keep in mind a few ground rules. First, remember that some people can’t live […]