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Warm weather is a prime time to throw on an apron, grab a spatula and fire up the grill. And no dish better represents the season than the burger. 

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Summer is filled with family picnics and barbecues, but you need to make sure that those burgers and pasta salads aren’t served with a side of bacteria. 

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You probably don’t know it, but you may have the secret ingredients for an exceptional Easter dinner in your pantry right now. The holidays are a perfect opportunity to sprinkle creativity into special meals by using staples like pancake mix, syrup and instant mashed potatoes in unexpected w…

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Turn a boring weeknight meal into an Italian feast your whole family will truly appreciate. 

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Enjoy an inspired Easter feast with ham plus seasonal favorites that will impress your guests. The savory flavors of Roasted Ham Saltimbocca showcase ham’s versatility in this succulent centerpiece dish.

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When March Madness tips off, I know it's time for some fun foods that will be slam-dunk favorites at game-watching parties.

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For a great game-day party, give rivaling fans one thing they can agree on - the food. Ditch traditional finger foods for a hearty, winter classic with a spicy Southwestern twist. 

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Dancing leprechauns, pots of gold, corned beef and cabbage, green beer, parades, and the wearing of the green are all synonymous with St. Patrick's Day. But perhaps the most iconic symbol of all is the shamrock, the ubiquitous three-leafed plant that makes an appearance in a myriad of ways -…

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As we wrap up the first month of 2011, we find ourselves face to face with the month of love. February is most famous for Valentine’s Day, but is also National Heart Health Awareness Month. The American Heart Association has chosen February as the month to spread the facts about heart health…

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I love that we have a day designed to celebrate love! And I enjoy finding creative ways to show the people in my life how much I care about them. This year, I'm sharing some ideas from the kitchen and from the heart so that you can put some extra L-O-V-E into your Valentine’s Day.

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While it might be cold and blustery outside, there are a number of edible plants you can grow indoors. Some of my favorites are herbs. Growing herbs indoors successfully is all about selecting the right varieties and having the right conditions to grow them. 

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What better way to serve a hungry gang than with two crowd-pleasers: meatballs and BBQ? Anyone hosting a big game gathering needs to have recipes on-hand that are hearty and tasty, while still being easy to prepare.  

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When your friends and family gather around the big screen for the big game, only BIG FLAVOR will do! Earn MVP status with quick and easy Johnsonville recipes featuring sausages that are big on flavor when served by themselves, or when they're included in these traditional sports-fan favorites. 

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Classic commercials, historic plays and close company are all quintessential elements to the perfect game-day get-together. The biggest obstacle for many Super Bowl shindigs is how to best tackle the menu. Ideal dishes need to be finger-friendly, universally appealing and well suited to feed…

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January is coming to an end. Has your new year’s resolution made it this far? If discouragement is knocking at your door, you are not getting the results you want quickly enough, or if your goal seems too overwhelming…breathe. Whether your resolution is to spend more time doing family activi…

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It’s true – the kitchen is the heart of the home. Ever notice how people always gather there? Whether baking treats, making dinner or spending time with family and friends, the kitchen is my favorite place to be. Since my day job is Consumer Test Kitchen Project Manager for the Nestlé Test K…

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Tea has been enjoyed as a beverage for thousands of years. But more recently, tea has worked its way into the kitchen as a favorite ingredient of chefs, bakers and even mixologists. Sweet and grassy, light and fruity, smoky and complex - teas have a wide variety of flavor notes that compleme…

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The kids at the beach ... the grandkids at Christmas ... the sunset shots of your last vacation ... you’ve got plenty of great photos that you’d love to share. Why not show them off in some creative displays that you made yourself?

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If you have a cell phone, laptop or cordless power tool, chances are, your products are being powered by a lithium-ion battery power. With the growing demand for more efficient technologies, convenience and cost effectiveness, consumers should know some background behind what is powering the…

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Two years ago, Japanese supermarkets couldn't keep bananas on the shelves after a man revealed the secret of his weight-loss success on a leading social network. Now a healthier version of his diet is catching on in America, thanks to the fruit and nutrition experts at Dole.

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With Americans collectively eating 100 acres of pizza every day, it's no wonder Congress designated an entire month "Pizza Month" back in 1987. The $30 billion industry has come a long way since then, evolving into an edible platform for introducing exotic flavors like newcomer Indian fusion…

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Welcome to 2011! Exciting isn’t it? Right now the hustle and bustle of the holiday season is behind and we can look forward to a great year.  All over the place you see people geared up for the New Year. Gyms are offering unheard of rates, trainers are coming out of the woodworks to socializ…

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As the pumpkin pie, holiday cocktail and sugar cookie memories begin to fade, we're reminded that the time has come to set or "re-set" our goals. Popular New Year's resolutions - to lose weight and/or stay fit - resurface with a bang year after year. 

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No, I'm not trying to pry into your personal life! The status I wonder about is your relationship with food. For some, this relationship is more sensitive than any other. Just like children learn a large part of their social and moral skills and values from their parents, studies show that c…

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Headline your holiday with the quintessential flavor of the season - peppermint. These extra special sweets offer a bountiful buffet of peppermint possibilities. Choose one or more for cookie exchanges, caroling nibbles, gifts for teachers and Santa.

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Christmas time brings with it many festivities and lots of tradition. Traditions such as Santa’s cookies, hot chocolate by the fireplace, to hay rides, nativity scenes, and mistletoe constantly beg for our attention and energy. Here are some sure fire ways to keep you energy levels up while …

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David C. Holland, a former Ross S. Sterling High School track and field athlete was nominated in 2019 by The Baytown Carver High School Recognition & Preservation Society and is the first Ranger track athlete to be inducted by the Prairie View Interscholastic League Coaches Association (…

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Barbers Hill baseball players Raithen Malone and Simon Larranaga decided to seize their futures in a time where that can easily be thrown for a loop thanks to COVID-19.

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It’s time to see some pads popping as a number of area teams get a chance to see how things are shaping up on the gridiron for the upcoming season as scrimmages dot the landscape over the next few days.

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The girls cross country season has had plenty of challenges to get off and running, especially with the COVID-19 pandemic keeping teams from their normal workout routines.

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The cross country season is set to launch today and many area athletes welcome the idea of getting back on the course after six months of dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.

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There is no challenge Robert E. Lee head tennis coach Brandon Funderburg shies from.

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Goose Creek CISD tennis programs from Sterling and Goose Creek Memorial have plenty of reasons for optimism this campaign.

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The Anahuac Lady Panthers volleyball team moved to 4-4 this campaign with a 3-0 (25-11, 25-16, 25-18) sweep of hosts High Island Tuesday evening.

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The Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge will close the Champion Lake Day Use Area today to conduct repairs for the spillway also called ‘The Rocks.’ It will be closed throughout the day and will reopen Thursday.

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It’s said that the only ones who try to predict Texas weather are fools or Yankees. The closest I came to growing up in the North was spending my formative years in north Jefferson County, Texas. So, if I’m talking about the weather, that pretty well defines me.

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After eight years leading the Goose Creek CISD athletic department, Dr. Bernard Mulvaney is moving into education administration as the new principal at Highlands Junior School.

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The Anahuac High School Panthers football team may have to wait another week for a season opener, but they have gained an awesome challenge.

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The first season for Baytown Bobcats basketball may have been pushed back a few months, but the team is full steam ahead in terms of putting a management team in place.

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Ava Martinez continues to roll through the sand volleyball circuit. The 11-year-old Baytonian teamed up with Claire Canon (left) of Houston and  took second place at the Austin Sports Center Back-to-School Tournament. The team went 3-2 to qualify for the gold bracket. There they won their op…

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It was supposed to be the week when high school football began for most Class 4A-1A teams, but Hurricane Laura got in the way of all that.

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It’s hunting and fishing license renewal time.  All current licenses expire on August 31. Next Monday at Midnight, you’ll need new ones unless you have a fishing license that’s good for a year from the date you bought it.

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They actually got back into playing a football game – kind of – and the Anahuac High School Panthers came away on the defensive and loved every minute of it.

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Earlier this week the Goose Creek Memorial football team halted workouts and any contact among players and coaches after a player tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.