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The Sociedad Cultural Hispanoamericana Parranda Navideña, Hispanic American Cultural Society Christmas party is from 6 to 10:45 p.m. Dec. 14 at Club Phantom Warrior at Fort Hood.
Thanksgiving is the one time of year when roasting a big turkey is not enough.
Staff members sample food during a training day at Carolina Ale House in Killeen. The American cuisine restaurant, which is opening Wednesday, is at 3124 E. Central Texas Expressway.
As the daughter of an American father and an Italian mother, Domenica Marchetti enjoyed a charmed childhood.
The newest Farmers’ Market in Killeen is open from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. today in the parking lot at 2002 E. Central Texas Expressway, Suite C.
What distinguishes millennial cooks in America, from, say, the stirrers of any other generation? Not merely the drive to make something easy and in a hurry.
MIAMI — Salsa overtaking ketchup as America’s No. 1 condiment was just the start.
My sister recently had a baby, and I’ve been helping out by running errands and preparing meals for her on my days off.
Cobalt Carnival — an end-of-summer picnic hosted by the Bell County Democrats, Stonewall Democrats, and the Bell County Texas Democratic Women — is from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. today.
At work on Tuesday we had a pot-luck lunch of Latin cuisine to mark Hispanic Heritage Month.
It’s the salsa that draws me to Mexican food. A mediocre carnitas is easily salvaged when doused with a slightly tart tomatillo sauce. But even an exemplary steak taco is rendered a crashing bore to me without a jolt from fresh pico de gallo or a squirt of bracing salsa roja.
A teepee filled with Cheyenne blankets, tools, weapons and a headdress engaged visitors Saturday before they stepped inside the Bell County Museum to see the new exhibit, “Bison: American Icon,” on display now through Jan. 7, 2014.
It’s been said that no human artist has ever really matched Mother Nature for creativity and beauty, and the arrival of fall colors across the country certainly supports that belief. While humans have explained in detail the science behind the biological process that causes leaves to change from green to yellow, red, orange or purple, the wonder of fall colors endures.
(NAPSI)—Busy families on the go can relish simple, delicious coastal cuisine when looking for a great after-school snack or affordable dinner option. Tried-and-true family favorites such as pasta and pizza get a refreshing makeover when savory seafood like shrimp is included in semi-homemade dishes.
(NAPSI)—A recent survey conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of National Car Rental revealed some fascinating facts about business travelers and what they want to make their trips more successful and comfortable.
An email made its way to my inbox a couple of weeks ago reminding me to renew my fantasy football team before draft day.
For a household accustomed to growing and making most everything edible, our addiction to one particular store-bought food — a snack food, at that — was intense.
There’s no way around it: If you want to make ice cream at home, you need an ice cream maker. Without an ice cream maker, you can make adequate ice cream substitutes — among them slushy granitas and moderately creamy frozen whipped cream — but you cannot make ice cream. That’s because ice cream gets its smooth, rich texture from being churned in an ice-cold bowl, a process that forces air into it as it freezes. Yes, an ice cream maker is a space hog, and no, it doesn’t have many other uses, but without one your only options are buying a pint of Häagen-Dazs (probably freezer-burned) or visiting your local artisanal ice cream boutique (probably overpriced).
To any real fan, a hamburger is never “just a burger.” A great burger is a work of art, passionately thought out and painstakingly executed. It’s the very extension of the grill master’s identity.
A chicken wing cook-off begins at 11 a.m. today at the Bob Gilmore Senior Center.
Papa’s Café in Harker Heights has been serving traditional American cuisine and homestyle meals to the community for the past seven years.
Indulge your appetite for sweet corn by shopping farmers markets, roadside stands and local grocers for freshly picked ears, then crunching your way around cob after cob after cob.
For many in Vietnam, the question has been fraught with impatience and even concern.
Hamburger Helper needs some help.
Bison. It’s the original American grass-fed meat.
Belton Senior Activity Center’s annual Christmas party is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.