TWIN LAKES — Mad Dans owners Kenny and Susie Perl have announced Friday will be the last fish fry at the iconic Twin Lakes restaurant for the foreseeable future, due to a staffing shortage.
It’s the perfect meal that you can prep in advance and finish cooking whenever you need a quick dinner.
Pixie Lott once landed in hospital after a disastrous attempt at warming up soup, as she said she is "awful" in the kitchen and often just has food delivered to her instead of cooking.
Owners Tina and Clark Mitchell have a deep devotion to all things French, especially after taking numerous vacations there. It was clear to them what sort of restaurant they would open up if they ever got the chance.
The cafe has also given Tina and Clark the chance to revitalize their lives after the pandemic: "I started to get a little down," Tina said, "then bam! I feel alive again, opening the restaurant."
For those with congestive heart failure, a health care provider will often prescribe water pills to rid excess fluid and recommend restricting salt intake.
Launching March 24, Spring Greens, a six-part video series, has fresh takes on classic dishes.
If the idea of waiting months or years to grow your own food seems a little daunting, Shelley of @plantcentric show you just how fast growing your own food can be. In this TikTok video, she turns alfalfa seeds into fresh, crisp sprouts that are perfect for soups, salads, and sandwiches in just three to five days.
This soup is definitely fit for a main course on a cold day. Serve this alongside a bright green salad and bread, of course.
There are many forms of ginger: dried, pickled, preserved, crystallized, candied, powdered, ground and fresh, which packs the most flavor. Refrigerate unpeeled, fresh ginger a few weeks, or freeze up to six months. Keep dried and ground ginger tightly sealed in a cool, dry place. Slice, chop or grate ginger into veggie side dishes, stir fries, soups and roasted or mashed winter squash or sweet potatoes. Mix with soy sauce, olive oil and garlic and use as a salad dressing or marinade. Definitely add it to baked goods for warming, sweet-smelling bliss.
Soup and sandwich, with a side of hope
You can find this peppery green year-round, but it’s best in cooler months. Arugula is somewhere between a salad green and an herb, so it works as a salad base, on a sandwich or as a garnish for soups and pasta dishes.