Former Martinsville shop owner, Tribune-Star food columnist celebrates 90th birthday
Eileen Hardway of Martinsville, Ill., will celebrate her 90th birthday on Oct. 7, during a family luncheon in her honor.
RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS: Sept. 20, 2012
The Vigo County Health Department inspected the following food establishments Aug. 20-24:
Tried ‘n’ True: Have some fun with this orange and pineapple salad
This last spring we were having our meeting of the Brick Church women. It was at Mary Ann Crumrin’s home. She served this salad for refreshments. We all loved it. It came from her sister, Marlene who lives in Alaska.
RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS: Sept. 3, 2012
The Vigo County Health Department inspected the following food establishments from Aug. 13-17.
Tried 'n' True: An easy recipe when cooking for just one
I’m always asked if I have any recipes that work for only one person. This is one my mother and Aunt Eloise really like. I use a grill but I have also put it in the oven.
RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS: Aug. 27, 2012
The Vigo County Health Department inspected the following food establishments:
TRIED 'N' TRUE: Orange Chicken Salad, for when it’s too hot for the oven
When it’s hot outside, we don’t want the oven on inside. This chicken salad is good to serve at a luncheon.
Tried ‘n’ True: An easy Rice Krispie treats substitute to take to gatherings
With picnics and family reunions coming up, here is an easy recipe to take. Most take Rice Krispie treats. Here is a Corn Chex mix. It is really good.
TRIED ‘N’ TRUE: A coney dog recipe that brings back memories
My real good friend, Cathy Well, made this recipe when the kids were going to be together. (She had three and I had three).
- RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS: Aug. 6, 2012
TRIED ‘N’ TRUE: An easy recipe while grilling is in full swing
With grilling in full swing, here is a very easy recipe. You can use the oven or put it out on the grill.
TRIED ‘N’ TRUE: Microwave Coffee Mug Scramble for one or two
I’m always asked for recipes for one or two people. I have this recipe, which I make when I’m out of oatmeal or cereal. Sometimes I also add green peppers, onions, bacon (cooked) or ham.
Columnist shares kabob tips
Time tested tips will help you make your next excursion into “kabob-world” a success.
- RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS: July 23, 2012
TRIED ‘N’ TRUE: Make zucchini muffins with carrot cake mix
As anyone knows, I love muffins. This zucchini adds moisture as some muffins are on the dry side. As this has no sugar with unsweetened applesauce, the only sugar is in cake mix.
- RESTAURANT INSPECTION: July 16, 2012
TRIED ‘N’ TRUE: Everyone has plenty of zucchini this time of year
Everyone always has plenty of zucchini this time of year.
- RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS: July 9, 2012
TRIED ‘N’ TRUE: With raspberries ripe, now is the time for this tasty soup
With summer being so hot, we enjoy a cool soup.
Terre Foods plans July 19 Blueberry Fest
Terre Foods Cooperative Market has set plans for its fourth annual Blueberry Fest on July 19 at the Central Presbyterian Church on Seventh Street.
- RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS: July 2, 2012
TRIED ‘N’ TRUE: French toast recipe that can bake while getting ready in morning
Breakfast is my favorite meal.
TRIED ‘N’ TRUE: Slices of summer: A recipe for Fried Green Tomatoes
In March, Gene and my oldest son, Steve, went to Oklahoma to get an antique tractor (International F-20) and other stuff.
They had a good visit with my sisters, Pam and Penny. When they were ready to come home, Mom sent some stuff to me. You all can guess what one thing was — a cookbook.
- RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS: June 18, 2012
- RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS: June 11, 2012
TRIED ‘N’ TRUE: Creamy Pear Pie easy to make, especially if you buy crust
When we lived in the big blue house on the river, we had a lot of fruit trees. When I moved, I always went by and picked fruit to eat until I could get back. We had two pear trees. They were so good. I had to find different ways of fixing pears. This pie is easy to make. You can buy ready-made pie crust or make your own.
Vigo County restaurant inspections: June 4, 2012
TRIED ‘N’ TRUE: Simple, but good lemon cookies
When our youngest son, Stanley, was in first grade, the teacher was always having the kids do some kind of cooking (with help). They made mostly cookies, where they could use their hands. Then they each got to take home some cookies to give to mom or dad. The following is one recipe that she did with only three ingredients.
- RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS: May 28, 2012
Tried ‘N’ True: Try this crock pot stew for busy days
We are getting busy with outside work, cleaning yards and planting our gardens, picking berries and also hunting mushrooms. I can’t go out anymore. But I hope you all have found a bunch. This recipe is an easy one to fix. Get your slow cookers out and have a great meal when you are tired. Everyone will think you are full of energy.
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