T.A. Riggins was looking for cole slaw similar to that which KFC used to serve, and Taste of the Town readers responded.
This recipe for packet-steamed beets with tarragon yogurt is from “Cooking Light Mad Delicious.”
Ruffino, although not one of the oldest in Tuscany, upholds the traditional methods of winemaking, while at the same time innovating and putting out tremendous lines of wine under its immense umbrella.
To paraphrase Monty Python, gaming expansion in Japan is apparently not dead yet. That’s good news to some of the world’s biggest casino operators, who view the Land of the Rising Sun as the Holy Grail.
Behold the cratering congressional campaign of Erin Bilbray, a candidate so out of her depth and so lacking in substance that her only path to victory is to smear the opposition through fabrication — and contradict her own policy priorities in the process.
No one had a bigger impact on the evolution of entertainment writing in Las Vegas than Frank Fertado, the Review-Journal’s longtime features editor.
To the editor:
The parents of a 13-year-old girl who committed suicide in December have filed a wrongful death lawsuit that accuses White Middle School officials of failing to notify them of a bullying complaint involving their daughter.
It was the toughest golf course Coronado’s girls played on all season.
Entering the Division I-A state girls golf tournament, Julia Becker wanted to accomplish something that no one has done at Faith Lutheran: win the state individual title twice.