by Deb Seminary Annette Hedstrom moved to Bismarck at the urging of her sister, Missy Munson. “She would always say, ‘just move here’,” said Hedstrom. “I came to help with a graduation in 2009, and I said ‘does your offer still stand?’ She said ‘yep’ and I said ‘ok, I’ll […]
The Erickson Sisters Put Them In Order
by Deb Seminary The Erickson sisters recently celebrated their 11th ‘Running O’ the Green’ in Jamestown. It is a way for them to connect and have some fun. “We don’t really run,” explained Michelle. “And, when people learn we are sisters we ask them to put us in order according […]
Celebrating Sisterhood – The Cashman Sisters
By Kylie Blanchard Each year the Cashman sisters come together for an event they proudly call CashWoman Weekend. It is a time for Nancy Cashman, Katie Cashman , Missy Cashman, Genny Giese, Amanda Cashman, their sister-in-law, Dina Cashman, and their mom, Carol Cashman, to reconnect and celebrate their sisterhood.
Featured Advertiser – Dakota Stage
Dakota Stage has been entertaining and enriching area audiences for 32 seasons. The community theatre organization brings numerous productions to the stage each year, including a summer season of children’s theatre with Shade Tree Players. Dakota Stage is located at 412, East Main Avenue in downtown Bismarck.
Tortellini & Ham
by Megan Rosten View more of her recipes on her blog 1 stick (1/2 c.) butter, softened 2 tsp. basil 1 tsp. garlic powder 1/2 tsp. black pepper 4 Tbsp. Mayonnaise (reduced-fat is fine) 8 oz. Cream Cheese (I use reduced-fat), softened 1 c. half & half 2 c. grated […]
by Megan Rosten View all of her recipes on her blog 18 1/2 oz. box chocolate cake mix 8 oz. package cream cheese (I use reduced-fat) 1 egg 1/3 c. sugar pinch of salt 6 oz. chocolate chips (mini work the best)
Wasabi and Panko-Crusted Pork with Gingered Soy Sauce
By Megan Rosten View all of her recipes at: diaryofarecipeaddict.blogspot.com 2/3 cup panko (Japanese breadcrumbs) 1 large egg white, lightly beaten ( I used an entire egg) 4 (4-ounce) boneless center-cut loin pork chops (about 1/2 inch thick) 1 teaspoon peanut oil (I had to use more to get them […]
Go! Find Adventure!
by Karen Ehrens I bet you knew that Bismarck and Mandan have great parks systems. But, did you know that families who have access to parks and playgrounds and use them are more active than those who don’t? The Go! Bismarck Mandan coalition is partnering with local parks to help […]
Prioritizing wellness: How to advance your yoga practice
By Amanda Mack For many, yoga is a kind of calling. It calls us to be more present in our lives, more flexible in our bodies and minds, and more interested in the pursuit of wellness. Finding the ability to justify its importance in our lives is often the limiting […]
Satisfying, Healthy and Economical by Pam Vukelic It’s time for the heavy soups of winter to give way to lighter fare. Noodles, the most popular food in Southeast Asia, and especially popular in Japan, offer a base with endless possibilities. Serve them warm or chilled with a few vegetables, a […]