A week ago, Rob and I processed for freezing almost five gallons of apples from my Grandma Thilmony's pie apple tree.
I made my first apple treat this weekend with an Apple Date Cake. The recipe came from my late grandma, Mary Stange.
If you read the print version of The News-Gazette, you might have seen this recipe in yesterday's Food pages.
I have an exciting announcement today: The News-Gazette, The News-Gazette Community Newspapers and County Market are sponsoring a Taste of Home Cooking School show on Oct. 1 in Urbana.
I’ll be on stage at the show, so I probably will mention it frequently here over the next several weeks.
I have wanted a genuine school locker for my house for as long as I've had a house, to be totally honest.
Today’s recipe for a Fresh Fruit Tart comes from Cassandra Schowengerdt, who works in marketing at The News-Gazette.
She tweaked it from a recipe from a cookbook called “The Food of Italy: Region by Region,” by Claudia Roden.
I grew up in Paxton, and some of my fondest memories are from its Old-Fashioned Fourth of July Celebration in Pells Park.
After I finished my first knitting project, a baby towel, I was eager to knit something else.