Archive for Thursday, April 5, 2012

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Food: Have faith in these dessert recipes, for Passover and beyond
April 5, 2012
While my relatives looked forward to enjoying family favorites like chopped liver and gefilte fish in early April, they spoke about my bland and dry-as-dust Passover cake, when they mentioned it at all, with resignation and even dread. Instead of baking unexciting, if traditional, Passover cakes, I started to look for flourless desserts that were so good they were enjoyed year-round by diners of every faith.
Food: A strawberry-apricot tart to get ready for spring
April 5, 2012
Like the traditional French tarte tatin, this spring pastry has caramelized fruit cooked on the stove. It then is topped with a pastry, baked and flipped out of the pan.
Food: Simple, speedy popovers work for breakfast, too
07:48 p.m., April 5, 2012 Updated 12:00 a.m. in print edition on A18
Dessert is an uncommon offering in my house, though not due to any we’re-too-healthy-for-that ethic. Rather, the typical day of work and errands and chasing a child tend to leave me with little time to consider dessert.
Support group for pre-natal and nursing mothers to be offered in Tonganoxie
April 5, 2012
A new support group in Tonganoxie will be available to pre-natal and nursing mothers.
Tonganoxie Recreation Commission to offer free health classes this month
April 5, 2012
The Tonganoxie Recreation Commission is offering three free health classes this month to help promote an active lifestyle.
Woman arrested on aggravated battery charges north of Basehor
April 5, 2012
A 38-year-old woman was arrested Wednesday night on aggravated battery charges after a domestic disturbance involving her parents at a home north of Basehor.