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Sharon Biggs Waller lives in the modern world, but she can relate to the past.
I found this recipe in college, and it’s been a cookie staple of my repertoire ever since.
I’ll be honest, when I found this recipe, I was just looking for a way to incorporate color into our cookies. But it was so easy and delicious, I’m sure I’ll be making these again. They are cakey yet dense, and go wonderfully with a glass of milk.
The holiday season is prime time for baking, sharing and eating cookies.
Going Out: Romantic movies in theaters on Valentine’s Day
We all know the benefits of a balanced diet, but for those at risk of heart disease, further steps may need to be taken. Doctors recommend that patients consume plenty of fruits and vegetables and foods containing fiber, while eliminating fats and unnecessary salt.
By Pat Colander
Another year, another opportunity.
A thousand magazines are published every holiday season with impossibly gorgeous and unattainable-looking tablescapes.
Sometimes it seems as though cancer is everywhere.
The experts at Tasty Olive Company, based in Highland, certainly know their stuff about this gourmet staple, and who knew chorizo could be used in desserts?---Kathleen Dorsey, Managing Editor, Shore Magazine.
Octopus Bacon, Jalapeno Puree, Roasted Fingerling Potatoes, Kalamata Olives, Yogurt
Cherry Balsamic Ice Cream, Toasted Marshmallow, Cherry Chutney, Hopped Vanilla Wafer, Bourbon Chocolate Ganache
Smoked Sweetbreads, Pancetta, Fennel, King Mushrooms, Sweet Corn Foam, Lemon, Chili Oil and Goat Cheese Consomme.
Calumet Queen, a malt-forward kolsch style beer.
Munsterfest, Three Floyds award-winning Octoberfest ale.
Beef Tartare, Buckwheat Pancake, Fried Nori, Beets and Kimchi
Razor Hoof, a saison/farmhouse air with intense hop aroma and hints of dried fruit.
DeLorean Barleywine, a very thick and cloyingly sweet brew.
Seven-day Aged Duck Breast, Fermented Raspberry Coulis, Carbonated Raspberries, Smoked Squash
Ostrich Bulgogi, Bubblegum Plum Puree, Bibb Lettuce, Cucumber, Cilantro, Candied Sesame Seeds
Zombie Dust, a citrusy and intensely hopped IPA.
Drunk Monk, a creamy hefeweizen with notes of orange blossom and clove.
Three Floyds Dorsia
On Monday night, I had the amazing good fortune to be invited to Three Floyds Dorsia dinner; an American Psycho-themed feast of inventive cuisine and well-paired alcohol.---Kathleen Dorsey, Managing Editor, Shore Magazine.
Autumn is here, and with the faintest hint of turning leaves comes the scent of campfires, apple cider and pumpkin spice everything. A trunk show, a hayride and a fall festival await.---Kathleen Dorsey, Managing Editor, Shore Magazine.
Check out Grace Elliott Tydings on the cover of the latest issue; Saturday night live at Miller Bakery Café Jazz Duo Patti Shaffner and Scott Pazera; and check out SHCA juried regional art show opens Friday night. --- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
So the problem with having some mad skills in karaoke is that no one believes you’re telling the truth unless you’re willing to throw down. And I have stage fright far too severe to overcome just to prove a silly point these days.
The man, the myth, the legend.
Munster's Theatre at the Center is hosting performances of the classic musical Godspell from September 20-October 20. Veteran choreographer and director Stacey Flaster is excited to tackle the unique challenges of the musical, as well as relishing the unique opportunities presented by Theatr…
Fanciful speakeasy parties. Why must they always happen on Tuesday nights?---Kathleen Dorsey, Managing Editor, Shore Magazine.
An art installation at Art Prize illustrates a concept close to my heart, a new issue of BusINess magazine coming soon, and a much-anticipated update on the chair refurb project. --- Kathleen Dorsey, Managing Editor, Shore Magazine.
Mark and Christine Maassel of Valparaiso
Louis and Martha Gonzalez of Munster
(From Left) Rick Soria of Valparaiso, Cindy Hall of Hammond, and Rick Thomas Coley of Gary.
Seelpa Keshzala with Karen Vargo, both of Warsaw
(From Left) Erica Talley of Gary, Rick Soria of Valparaiso, and Keisha White of Gary
Jerry and Sandy Kousen
(From Left) Kim Placek with Shannon and Barry Dimock, all of Indianapolis
Rick Soria of Valparaiso with the custom-made Ivy Tech commemorative dessert.
(From Left) Jeff and Shelly Pittman with Dolly and Russ Baker, all of Avon
Ellen and Mark Humphrey with Sheila Anderson, all of Indianapolis
Margaret Semmer and Natalie Pugh, both of Gary
Scott Fech and Rick Soria of Valparaiso
Rick Thomas and Kathleen Coley, of Gary.
Kalamazoo's Food Dance is always cooking up something inventive and nutritious, Benton Harbor's Bread+Bar is always packed, but worth the wait, and 312 hosts a beer fest. I also throw in a well-loved recipe.---Kathleen Dorsey, Managing Editor, Shore Magazine.
New book signing with Shore writer Heather Augustyn, Rainbow Serenity Arts Fair in Hobart, An art show in an alley in Chicago, and an ever-so-ambitious furniture rehab project. --- Kathleen Dorsey, Managing Editor, Shore Magazine.
Welcome to the Times Party pages, where we cover the social scene in our area. If you have an upcoming social event or fundraiser you would like featured in our Shore or Times Weekend pages, contact Kathleen.Dorsey@nwi.com with an invitation.
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