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Part of the pleasure of the Thanksgiving meal, or any other holiday meal for that matter, is having leftovers. Leftover turkey and other dishes mean you can have more tasty meals the day after your feast. But keep in mind there are limits on how long you...
Contributing WriterThe indoor Boyle County Farmers' Market will continue to operate until the outdoor market opens in the spring. We are located in the Professional Building on Main Street, Danville (next to Hilliard and Lyons). Hours are: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Thursday and...
Garrard extension agentThe 13th annual holiday seminar is set for Nov. 9 at the Boyle County Extension Office. The annual event is organized and hosted by Fort Harrod family and consumer science extension agents with the Cooperative Extension Service. The cost is $15 and...
Contributing WriterOne of my biggest pet peeves is when people waste food. I absolutely hate throwing food away. I know it's not always possible to use every bit of food, but I definitely try. I also hate it when my food goes bad and I have to throw it away. I have a...
Tags: Banana Bread, Bananas, Breads
LOUISVILLE — Promoting tourism to Kentucky through the celebration of Kentucky’s bourbon heritage, a new magazine was launched in time for national bourbon heritage month. The “Official Guide to Bourbon Country” is a unique...
For Food on the TableIt’s that time of year again; time to sharpen pencils, purchase textbooks and move into that college dorm or apartment. This August, thousands of young adults leave the comfort of home and head off to live on their own, many for the first time....
As the Labor Day holiday approaches and you make plans for a big barbecue, don’t forget to plan your food for safety. With the recent outbreak of salmonella from fresh cantaloupes, many people may not consider serving these fresh, ripe melons. Be...
For Food on the TableSummer doesn’t feel official without digging into a large bowl of shiny, sweet cherries. Cherry season is the highlight of the year for many, but with a short season, June through August, don’t let summer pass by without enjoying a taste of...
Tags: Pies and Tarts, Butter, Onions, Cherries, Salt
The Winchester SunThe building that housed the Winchester Restaurant for more than 50 years still stands at 138 N. Main St. And so do the principles the original owners instilled in their children. Some might not remember the four Greek immigrants who served Irish stew...
For Food on the TableEgg-cited for Eggplant Season Chef Heather Hunsaker, www.foodonthetable.com Eggplant, valued for its taste and sponge like texture, is a late summer vegetable with a deep rooted history. Originating as a wild plant in India, the Chinese were the first...
Tags: Parmesan Cheese, Cancer, Healthy Diet
For Food on the TableClear blue skies, fresh mountain air, and the peace and quiet of nature. Summer is a popular time to explore the great outdoors and for many that means camping! If you are planning a camping trip this summer, special camp cooking techniques and food...
Tags: Fencing, Meatballs, Travel, Trips and Vacations, Garlic
For Food on the TableThe Olympic Games are an exciting time for all! Countries unite to cheer on their home team and show their support. And while competition is fierce, the world comes together and is focused on this one special event. Over the next couple of weeks all eyes...
Tags: Olympic Games, Fish and Chips, Salt, Mashed Potatoes, Potatoes
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