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Applewood Christian School student Faith Thomas, 7, takes her turn adding an ingredient to a bowl of chocolate chip cookie dough. Awaiting their turns to add to the mix are, from front to back, Cleo Norman, 9, Aleea Magras, 8, and Nate Marsh, 8.
Paula Crosier helps Erin Cloud chop onions until the sixth-grader could take no more of the tear-inducing vegetable and had to retreat.
Eleventh-graders at Applewood Christian School peel potatoes for mashed potatoes.
Many hands — more than 74 pairs — made light work at Applewood Christian School on Wednesday.
(NAPSI)The next time friends and family tell you your cooking tastes like a million dollars, they may be right. Submit an original recipe to the 46th Pillsbury Bake-Off Contestbigger and better than everfor a chance to win $1 million. Just be sure your recipe:
Marianne Lee, right, and her daughter, Peggy Scroggins, owned and operated the Das Edelweiss restaurant in Warsaw in the 1990s. Although the restaurant has since closed the two women put together a cookbook that features the restaurant's most requested dishes along with a pictorial biography of Lee's family roots in Bad Rappenau, Germany. The book is also sprinkled with snapshots of customers at the restaurant.
German noodles, (Spätzle) with brown gravy.
Rindsrouladen, (beef rolls) with a side of Rotkraut, (red cabbage).
Pineapple Dome Cake, (Ananas Kuppel).
Plov, a rice dish from Kazakhstan. In the background is olivie, a Russian potato salad.
Sisters Tatiana Zalozh, left, and Natasha Kozhukharenko
Russian meatballs or kotleti
Tatiana Zalozh and her sister, Natasha Kozhukharenko, both of Sedalia, usually only cook lavish Russian meals for special occasions and weddings, but recently they prepared several dishes for guests.
Taffy Apple Pizza
Sauted apple with ice cream.
Apple Pecan Cake
Apples, like pumpkins, remind me of fall — couple them with nuts and caramel and spices such as cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg, and you know the holiday season isn’t far off.
Cranberry chicken salad.
Enjoying a spring salad is an excellent way to dispel the memories of winter and invite the sunshine of a new growing season into your kitchen.
(BPT) - Preparing a meal that will please everyone at the table is something that every host strives for. The vibrant flavors of Asian food are surprisingly easy to create at home – particularly when you have the right ingredients – and so versatile that they can be dressed up or down to fit any occasion.
Dr. Douglas Kiburz believes food, recipes and family traditions are woven together like a fine antique tapestry, lacing years of stories together with fond memories of his youthful meals in De Witt, Neb.
Ballpark popcorn crunch.