Yellow Springs News Blogs Section :: Page 5

  • BLOG — Cold comfort

    Swallowed up by the nothing.

    Wind chills of -39 degrees are enough to stop anybody making amused comments about my migration from a semi-tropical climate, though perhaps this is only because people’s mouths are hidden behind scarves or their teeth are chattering involuntarily.

  • BLOG-Pulled Pork

    after seven hours

    After many hours in the company of our slow cooker, we were by intoxicated the aroma of sweet, spiced meat. And newly resolved to prepare pulled pork often.

  • BLOG-What Does The Fox Say?

    What does the owl say?

    Our family ventures into Glen Helen and discovers some of its close held secrets.

  • BLOG — Whatcha got cookin’?

    Baby Alive, circa 1992. A wonderful plaything that was both intermittently functional and terrifying.

    When considering what to give my three-year-old for Christmas this year, I chose a gift I thought she would like, something that acts as a complement to many of the toys she already has and easily stores them, and which, most importantly, will require very little clean-up from me in the future.

  • BLOG-Setting the Scene

    put the star on the treetop

    On the darkest day of the year, I am glad to find myself in the company of those who forge healing light.

  • BLOG – Watch for ice

    The 'watch for ice' sign that you see when you walk down the sidewalk to the News office. (photos by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Today’s blog showcases the ice that was produced after this weeks winter weather.

  • BLOG-Proof

    bread and jam

    I learn the dimensions of my bread pan by filling its span with Paul Reinhart’s recipe for whole wheat sandwich bread.

  • BLOG-Sweet Potato Brown

    sweet potato brown

    Put a satisfying side dish on your plate on this snowy day.

  • BLOG – Bulldog 5K

    Friday morning was perfect for the Bulldog 5k. Kids and adults of all ages walked and ran to help support the Mills Lawn PTO.

    Today’s blog showcases some of the runners who spent their Friday morning burning off their Thanksgiving meal at the Bulldog 5k.

  • BLOG-Passing Plates On and Around

    bless the cook

    The next generation definitely is getting the knack of these holiday traditions. In them, we glimpse our legacy.

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