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Spring Chicken With Wilted Greens Recipe

In Foodie Tips & Tidbits by Les Kincaid

Spring Chicken & A Nice Wine Pairing  contributed by Les Kincaid It’s that time of year to freshen up your repertoire of chicken recipes with your choice of meals. Pair each choice with wine. It should be easy to prepare, and is light and bright for spring. It’s why wine and chicken are so often matched together: Chicken’s mild taste …

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Fresh Italian Food al Fresco: Si or No

In Foodie Tips & Tidbits by Jackie Brett

NORTH ITALIA IS A FRESH TWIST TO DINING contributed by Jackie Brett For a change, a new restaurant opens in the valley and not in a tourist corridor like the Strip or Downtown. North Italia opened in mid-December at the Rampart Commons neighborhood mall a couple doors down from an established popular dining venue Honey Salt and across from Boca Park. …

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Mexi Chopped Salad And Honey Lime Dressing

In Foodie Tips & Tidbits by Christine McKellar

Lucky for us we live in a land where “seasonal” generally refers to holiday decorations as opposed to fresh produce. Salad ingredients are available year round or you can find packaged substitutes for certain ingredients at just about any grocery store. At a holiday party last year a guest had prepared this delightful salad as a side dish. It’s loaded …

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Overnight Baked Eggnog French Toast

In Foodie Tips & Tidbits by Christine McKellar

Do you love Egg Nog? If you do, you’ll love this Holiday Recipe! Created by Fell Stone Manor’s Executive Chef, Becky Geisel, Becky has created a holiday twist on the first meal of the day.  This tasty Christmas breakfast featuring everyone’s favorite Holiday drink is the perfect meal after a fun morning of opening gifts. Simple ingredients found in almost …

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Sample, Slurp, Enjoy Authentic Udon Noodle Dishes

In Foodie Tips & Tidbits by Jackie Brett

THE NOODLE IS THE STORY by Jackie Brett The newest restaurant in Chinatown is Café Sanuki, a Japanese Noodle Bar, and its origin begins with the Udon noodle. While the ingredients are basic, the special precise preparation is a time-honored tradition in Japan following a specific set of rules, which owner local businessman Henry Fan has taken to the nth …

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Fortify the Family With Crock Pot Stew

In Foodie Tips & Tidbits by Christine McKellar

It’s crock pot time. The leaves have fallen and are swept away; the frost is well past the pumpkin. For winter carnivores there is nothing like a hearty beef stew to fortify the body for the rigors of the season.  Hearty Crock Pot Stew Ingredients: 1 pound cubed beef stew meat 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 …