Vote Winner:Iguana by Brian Lindley Editor’s choice: Recital Jitters by Lonn Hunter Honorable mentions:L-R: The Storm by Matt Bock • Diablo by Stephanie Peterson • Cloaked by Alexis CorniaL-R: Forgotten Dream by Paulette Bird • Monochromatic Portrait by Brylee Roennebeck • Fishers-of-Men by Sandra Williams Continue reading Art Contest Winners!
Bombay Grill Sometimes your food destination can bring you to a place that is unique and totally unexpected. An urban adventure! From the curb, Bombay Grill has an eclectic vibe to its location on Washington Boulevard in Ogden. It’s a type of place that makes you ask, what exactly is in there? When Jaspal Singh opened his establishment in 2007, he chose this location after … Continue reading What to Eat: Bombay Grill
Teriyaki Pork Bowls Liven up your springtime dinner menu with this protein and veggie packed dish. Made with lean pork and cauliflower rice, it’s the perfect start to lighter, seasonal eating. Bold teriyaki sauce and a variety of crunchy toppings finish off this healthy family meal. Feel free to sub in regular white rice if you like. Serves 4 1 1/2 pounds pork tenderloin medallions … Continue reading Teriyaki Pork Bowls
Celebrate the arrival of warmer days & Easter with these delicious recipes! Easter Fluff Bars These soft and gooey cookie and marshmallow bars are as irresistible to eat as they are to look at! A simple, store-bought sugar cookie dough becomes a festive and fun Easter treat when topped with a layer of lemon-flavored homemade marshmallow. Easy enough for the kids to make and pretty … Continue reading Easter Fluff Bars
Growing up on a farm we grew most of what we ate, and boy, did we eat well! Peas, radishes, turnips, beets, carrots, green beans, onions, tomatoes, cucumbers, melons, corn, potatoes, greens, squash, and strawberries. I learned to love gardening. My mother was an amazing gardener and we spent many happy hours “playing in the dirt.” She taught me a lot about life and the … Continue reading Why and How to Grown your own garden
As soon as we got out of the truck we were met by a tall young man who said, “Welcome to Stoker Nursery. I’m Sid, anything we can help with?” We were introduced to the entire family there (Dad, Delmer; Mom, Ardell; Sister, Sheila) because it truly was a family business. This was the beginning of a long friendship with the family. Later as I … Continue reading Recalling Stoker’s Nursery
Why do some people seem to have the odds always in their favor? Some people have all the luck! Have you ever known someone who was extremely lucky? Someone who seems to not only have a silver lining to their clouds but the rain drops are also diamonds! I am not talking about someone who is by nature positive or optimistic, but I am referring … Continue reading Are you lucky?
Celebrate with Green! I love making unique “green” food for my family’s St. Patrick’s Day meal. These enchiladas are full of flavor and are an easy weeknight dinner. They taste like you spent hours though! Split into two pans and pop one in the freezer to have on hand for busy nights or unexpected guests. Enchiladas Verdes 2 cups rotisserie chicken,shredded 1 teaspoon garlic powder … Continue reading Green Enchilada Verdes
When I first met my wife, she and I were both starving college students. This poorness was ever present in our grocery shopping. I would go to Melissa’s apartment and she would be eating dinner, which usually consisted of a baked potato. That was it. Sometimes, when she could afford it, she would put ketchup on the potato, but she couldn’t afford toppings. I thought … Continue reading BRIXTON’S POTATO
We are thrilled to announce our 2nd annual community Art Contest! We can’t wait to see all of your original works of art. Please upload 1 or 2 original pieces of artwork to the website listed below. There will be two winners, the first will be determined by community votes, each voter may vote once per day and the second winner will be a publishers … Continue reading Art Contest
This is the love story of Mike and Jayne Gailey who have been married for nearly 50 years. Mike comes from generations of family members born and raised in Syracuse. The earliest were subsistence farmers. Having spent most of his life here, he is grateful his wife was willing to follow him to Syracuse many years ago. While Mike’s parents were building their dream home … Continue reading The Gaileys 50 Years of Life Together
Ham & Cheese Frittata for Two Whip up a delicious breakfast for the one you love this Valentine’s Day with this easy frittata recipe. Made with just a few simple ingredients you probably already have on hand, it takes only 20 minutes to make and is just the right size for two. Switch up the veggies, cheese, and meat to your liking. Frittatas are completely … Continue reading Ham & Cheese Frittata for Two