THE LOST ITALIAN Italy on the Prairie: A Special North Dakota Dinner Event
Join Tony, Sarah and Giovanni at 6 PM on Sunday, July 20th at the spectacular Coteau des Prairies Lodge for a prairie dinner experience unlike any other! The Lodge is located an easy 90-mile drive s... Posted on 7/7/14 at 4:43 PM
I was recently going through some boxes in our basement when I came across one filled with beautiful wooden trays and carvings from our time in Indonesia, where we spent several weeks while working aboard the M/V Clipper Odyssey.
Few appetizers make us happier than the ever-versatile bruschetta – like giddy-in-the-heart, do-a-little-dance, kind of happy. We love everything about this traditional Italian antipasto, whether we’re eating it or preparing it.
This weekend Fargo will welcome thousands of runners to our streets to participate in the annual Fargo Marathon, cheered on by those of us who stand vigilantly on the boulevard, ringing our cowbells and shouting words of encouragement.
Meet my sweet little friend, the friand. I first discovered friands (pronounced “free-onds”) last spring when I was searching Pinterest for some new baking recipes, and was immediately attracted to their lovely presentation and unique oval shape. I knew that this was a specialty I had to make for Tony and Gio, who are now happily on the friand bandwagon.
This year, North Dakota turns 125 years old, and there is no shortage of reasons to celebrate.
Among boasting the nation’s lowest unemployment rate, achieving national excellence in college sports and recently receiving the distinction of being named the “Happiest State in the U.S.” by a recent Gallup poll, North Dakota is a state on the rise.
We’re tipping our Irish hats to my family’s heritage for a change this week for St. Patrick’s Day. Fortunately, Tony loves both of the recipes we’re sharing today, so I won’t be losing my Italian-by-marriage credentials anytime soon.
Winter has been greedy this year, sinking its hungry teeth into most of us with a vengeance. And after last year’s long (long) winter, some days it’s almost impossible to imagine life without the hassle of bulky layers, mucky boots and constant sniffles.
There are only a handful of days left before the XXII Winter Olympics come to a close in Sochi, Russia, and if you’re anything like us, you’ll be experiencing Olympic withdrawal come Monday morning. We love everything about the Olympics and what they represent, from the camaraderie among the athletes, to the personal stories of triumph over adversity, and even Team USA’s sweaters at the Opening Ceremony.
Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite holidays. I love hearts, flowers, chocolate, and almost anything red and pink, and I particularly appreciate this reminder to let my loved ones – romantic or not – know that they are special. The best way I know to express this is always with something homemade.
Last fall we hosted a contest to find the Perfect Party Dip, and Jean Eppler’s cleverly-named “Cranberries Gone Wild Dip” took home the title.
But just three votes separated the top three party dip contestants.
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