DANVILLE — It has taken two years, but business partners Ernie Trinkle and Tyler Langston have finally opened their craft distillery business, Rumshine Distilling, in a new building in Tilton.
Sometimes, an easy dinner that tastes really good can make my whole day better.
That was the case recently when I made this dish, which I have cleverly titled Smoked Sausage and Brussels Sprouts.
As I wrote yesterday, Rob and I tried cooking Lebanese food for the first time this weekend and really enjoyed it.
By Leia Kedem
So many recipes call for chicken broth, whether it's soup, stuffing, risotto, mashed potatoes, gravy or more. There's no doubt that broth adds flavor, but unfortunately, it can be sky-high in sodium. Reduced-sodium options are certainly an improvement, but can still pack around 600 milligrams of sodium in just one cup.
CHAMPAIGN — That children sometimes go hungry at home hit Champaign parent Jenelle Keene when she was volunteering on a Robeson School field trip. A kindergartner asked Keene to hold onto her lunch so she could take it home, adding that she would feed the cup of applesauce to her baby sister.
CHAMPAIGN — Restaurant customers put their food safety in someone else's hands every time they dine out.
But a public health official says people need to see some proof when they walk in the door of a food establishment that it is following the rules.
URBANA — Students at Urbana Middle School are participating in a "Souped-Up" food drive and are accepting donations of canned soups and chili, as well as crackers.
Food donations will be accepted through Oct. 16, as will financial donations. Both will be passed on to the Eastern Illinois Foodbank.
The middle school is located at 1201 S. Vine Street, U.