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The longtime tradition of ghouls, ghosts and Pickle Nose at one Eastside Costa Mesa home will continue to delight and fright visitors of all ages this Halloween season. Colleen Hanson and Dale Parker, along with sons Davis Parker and Josh Hanson —...
Polka, kuchen, knoephla and sauerkraut are among the attractions at Saturday's German Food Festival and 125th fundraiser at the American Legion in Ashley, N.D. The day begins with “fun and kuchen” at 3:30 p.m. That event includes skits by...
Chicago TribuneWalk the mustard aisle of any store, and "D" will stand for Dijon, a testament, perhaps, to the popularity of all those Grey Poupon commercials. But "D" also means Dusseldorf, an oft-overlooked style that has multiple culinary uses beyond garnishing a...
Tags: Dining and Drinking, Recipes, Wines, Salt, Bars and Clubs
Hagerstown resident Julia Brugh gets together with her mother and sisters every year to harvest and can produce. They call themselves the Wildcat Growers Cooperative. Brugh said the idea behind the End of the Garden Pickle is to take anything that is...
Daily PressIn case you hadn't heard, Sept. 19 is Talk Like a Pirate Day, after all. Just in case it's been a while since your timbers were shivered, we've compiled a guide to pirate-speak. (Among other things, these words and phrases will get you a free doughnut...
Sable Kitchen and Bar 505 N. State Street Chicago (312) 755-9704 www.sablechicago.com/ Event: TOQUE Friday, September 21 7:00 p.m. Cocktails, Silent Auction and Featured Chef Stations 8:15 p.m. Dinner & Live Auction Begins Hilton Towers 720 S....
Tags: Summer Squash, Auction Service, Salt, Mustard, Onions
Cookouts aside, Labor Day is meant to celebrate the American workforce, and its achievements. But these days, even though people are more thankful than ever for their jobs, there's still room to gripe about the absurd, the mundane and the nearly...
Mustard comes in many varieties and flavors, and there can be, as a recent blind tasting proved, an equally wide range of tastes and colors even within a specific type of mustard. Ditto for the wording on the labels, which can read "Dusseldorf,"...
Tags: Bill Daley, Recipes, Germany, Butter, Wines
This week I thought it would be interesting to go back some 50 years and recall who brought home the pickle dishes in the 1940-1960s. I called Seymour Beek and Dave Ullman and asked them what were the most active fleets, names to look for and where to...
Tags: Sprague, Sailing, Jeff Allen, Star Sailing
Okra isn't the first (or seventh) vegetable most people think to buy when they go to the farmers' market. Known primarily for its use in heavy Southern dishes and infamously for its ability to become slimy because of its natural mucilage, okra isn't...
Tags: Garlic, Salt, Mustard, Lemons, Manufacturing and Engineering
Pickles lead mysterious lives, trolling the briny depths. They seem content shoulder-to-shoulder in their tight-packed school, treading their bracken aquarium, perhaps for years on end. Every now and then the pickle fisherman descends two brave fingers...
Tags: Cucumbers, Leah Eskin, Salt, Lifestyle and Leisure, Fishing
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