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Monthly Archives: March 2013
I didn’t get to eat this weeknight dinner at the appropriate dinner time this week. Instead, I ate probably two of the worst gas station hot dogs I’ve ever had in my life while spending an hour driving back from … Continue reading
Despite growing popularity of urgent-care facilities, a family physician is still the first responder.
The winning entry includes Peeps bunnies and chicks doing the jitterbug, the twist, disco and the worm.
In this season of beitzahs and PAAS dye kits, it may be time for a friendly reminder about hard-boiled eggs: You’re not actually supposed to boil them.
Kara Eberle says her mornings are like some sort of obstacle course.
Check out another viewing of the movie “Fresh” and learn how to sprout seeds for eating during two workshops next week in York.
Sarah Mock shares a tutorial for tying the perfect bow on your child’s dress.
Phrases like “slow cooker,” “simmer on low for up to six hours” and “marinate overnight” aren’t popular in our instant gratification world. Americans seem to have little interest in labor-intensive food preparation and late, European dinners that last for hours. … Continue reading
This year, whether you are hosting or attending an egg hunt, follow these simple tips to help your child learn the importance of being considerate to others and sharing.