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In this Nov. 7, 2013 photo Jim King shows off a variety of apples grown in orchards he owns with his brother John in and near Central Lake, Mich. The state’s apple producers had a bumper crop this year which presents its own set of challenges. One of them is maximizing storage to avoid flooding stores with apples which growers accomplish lulling the fruit to sleep. (AP Photo/John Flesher)
In this photo taken Nov. 7, 2013, Mark Schiller, farm operations manager of King Orchards in Central Lake, Mich., holds a half-bushel basket of Honeycrisp apples inside the warehouse where they are washed and prepared for shipment to markets. King Orchards and other Michigan apple producers harvested a bumper crop this year, presents its own set of challenges. One of them is maximizing storage to avoid flooding stores with apples which growers accomplish lulling the fruit to sleep. (AP Photo/John Flesher)
When the Phoenix Suns and Los Angeles Lakers faced off for the first time in October 1968, it was for a preseason exhibition game in the middle of a modest central Mesa neighborhood, in a building already well-loved by hundreds of young people in the community.
Selecting lunch gear used to be simple. Stuff your lunch into a paper bag or pick the box decorated with whichever movie, television or toy character your kid was most smitten with. Done.
Sometimes the promise of leftovers is almost more exciting than the meal itself! And who says leftovers can't be planned?
Culinary herbs are among the hottest trends in gardening. They also are popular among families who preserve fresh foods for later use.
Yup! We added maple and bacon to cookies for Dad
Burgers and potato salad are traditional fare at Memorial Day picnics, but it's also fun to shake things up every now and again with an unexpected new flavor. And if the recipe for said dish is as easy as it is lip-smacking? So much the better for the cook, who would much rather be relaxing in the sunshine with guests than fretting over complicated details.
JUNEAU, Alaska — The week after Alaska's 90 day legislative session comes to a close, its capital seems to slow down and take a huge sigh of relief.
Just before sunrise at a campground near Payson, Carly Stoltenberg and her husband, Steve, woke to their friends screaming, “Bear! Bear!” from a nearby tent.
Maricopa County College was named one of the Valley’s healthiest employers by the Phoenix Business Journal.
Johnny Carson asked the financial guru, Andrew Tobias, “If you only have $1,000 to invest, what would be your best investment?” The answer made the audience laugh. They laughed!
LUBBOCK, Texas — Attention, bread shoppers: A Texas company could have the answer to some consumers' unwelcome discovery that just-purchased loaves contain mold.
Canned food is being collected by Ahwatukee Foothills Storage to benefit St. Mary’s Food Bank through Christmas.
The list of workshop topics and vendors for this weekend’s Self-Reliance Expo reads like a walking encyclopedia of preparedness and resourcefulness, everything from alternative energy to self-defense, sprouting and water purification.
Derrick and Anita have lived in their home for four years. They finally saved up enough money to start renovating, and first on their list was the kitchen. They wanted to scrap everything about the massive, industrial-style kitchen with its fluorescent lighting, dysfunctional layout and 1980s look. Who could blame them? This kitchen was cold and more suited to an industrial park or a factory, rather than a warm and inviting home.
From elementary to college students, many use backpacks to help carry everything from books to food and more throughout the school day, but could those backpacks be putting our children’s bodies in harm’s way? Backpacks can actually be especially taxing on the back, neck and shoulders if worn incorrectly.
The news is packed with headlines aghast at the recent report that Americans waste 40 percent of their food. Many are springing into action to connect food banks and shelters with restaurants, or find creative ways to compost or biofuel the leftovers. I’ve also seen reminders to “eat what you purchased.” Consumers are feeling guilty and to blame.
The best thing about buffets is that they are an ideal addition to just about any room in your home. Here are some quick tips on how to pick and use a buffet to add style to your home.
When 15-year-old Hannah Benkel was admitted to the hospital in March to begin treatment for leukemia, one of the first things she noticed was the tissues.
It’s entirely likely I spend too much time thinking about the lunches I pack for my 7-year-old son. After all, he probably spends all of 5 minutes inhaling my hard work.
Ever hear of “squeaky” cheese?
Be ready for the next big emergency, thanks to the fine folks at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Mesa South Stake. They’re hosting an emergency preparedness fair on Saturday, July 28 from 9 a.m. to noon. The event is free to the public.
Salt River Project is partnering with the Environmental Protection Agency’s Responsible Appliance Disposal Program to recycle old, working fridges and freezers for free. In exchange for the recycled appliance, customers receive a $50 check.
They say every dog has his day. This year, that day is Friday, June 22, the 14th national Take Your Dog to Work Day. The event is promoted by Pet Sitters International (see www.takeyourdog.com if you think I’m pulling your paw).