By Shelly Preszler “Come on Mom, it’s time to get up and make friends!” My six year-old son’s voice pleaded with a sense of urgency. Oh yes, that’s right. I had promised Joseph the night before we would get up early to make friends in our new neighborhood. I had […]
This great recipe is courtesy of Bob and Linda’s dessert buffet. Thanks for sharing! Flourless Chocolate Ganache Tart By Laurel Kallenbach Tart Shell: 1 cup Pecans 1 cup Walnuts ¾ cup Sugar 4 Tblsp. Butter – Preheat oven to 375. Place ingredients in food processor, pulverize and press into a […]
Prepared by Lynn Dolven 8 oz. Mushrooms, sliced 8 oz. Fresh Mozarella 1, 10 ½ oz. pkg. Cherry Tomatoes 1 Tblsp. Olive Oil Combine ingredients, add salt and pepper to taste. Marinate in refrigerator for 30 minutes. 1-1½ pound pasta, bowtie or similar, cooked & drained Fresh Parmesan ½ cup […]
Salad Prepared by Kathy Doepfner Your choice Salad Greens – Kathy used Spring Mix and Romaine 6 oz. bag dried Walnuts 1 cup toasted Walnuts, Pine Nuts or Sugared Pecans 4 oz. pkg. Feta Cheese, crumbled 1 Braeburn or other tart apple, sliced Raspberry Walnut Vinagrette, your choice Toss and […]
Recipes from a Girl's Weekend at the Lake
[/caption] by Deb Seminary Recently, my annual Margarita Party crew spent the weekend at Lake Metigoshe. We were celebrating the fact that we are now officially middle age! We spent the weekend touring the many bays, diaper diving and of course – eating. Recipes will be posted separately. Let’s start […]
My Better Half
An Exploration of the Five Stages of Marriage by Jeff Eslinger In a short while, I will have been married exactly half of my life. Both numbers–my age and my marriage–are pretty big: 50 and 25. To make me feel REALLY old, that’s a half-century of life and a quarter-century […]
The Friendship Garden
A Slice of Inspiration The Friendship Garden When Jane Jesperson heard about the Agricultural Commissioner’s challenge to raise 500,000 pounds of food, she got busy. “My daughter has worked with the homeless in Portland,” said Jesperson. “They have gardens there and I felt called to start a garden.”
The September/October issue is on its way
by Deb Seminary, editor We finally put the next issue to print today. We have some great relationship stories to share and I really love the recipe page. We are also introducing our “Who Inspires You” contest. This is all about finding some great stories to share. That is what […]
by Deb Seminary This weekend was one I wished would never end. It was a gathering of friends and full of laughter, some tears, reminiscing and lots of great food.
Next Issue's Featured Home
This is a sneak peak at the front of next issue’s featured home. Yes, those are vigas and not commonly found in North Dakota architecture. You will love this house!