Under the bright September sunshine, countless juicy, red apples are ripening amid Knox County apple orchards, making now the perfect time to treat your family to a day of apple picking and an evening of caramel-apple crafting.
Under the bright September sunshine, countless juicy, red apples are ripening amid Knox County apple orchards, making now the perfect time to treat your family to a day of apple picking and an evening of caramel-apple crafting. And that’s exactly what the Poole family decided to do this past weekend!
You don’t need to travel to all the way to Columbus to find a quality music festival; that’s what this past weekend’s annual Ohiolina Music Festival proved to event goers.
Death is a part of life; because of this painful fact, the job of a funeral director has become a complex, demanding and vital position, needed in every community.
In just two days, we enter into the month of September. And with September comes all sorts of new autumn dishes to make. One item I love to make as the cool weather approaches is homemade bread.
I remember as a child, in the midst of playing Barbies with my sister, we would suddenly drop our toys and follow a warm, savory aroma drifting from the kitchen, signaling the fact that one of our favorite dinners was ready to devour: Mom’s Broccoli Cauliflower Cheese Pie!
The topic for discussion at Tuesday morning’s Farmers Breakfast was all about cover crops, or crops that are planted following the summer harvest for the purpose of adding nutrition and texture in to the soil.
What do bananas, mangos and avocados have in common? Answer: They are all fruit. Yes, despite often being mislabeled as a vegetable, the avocado is most definitely a fruit; more specifically, it is classified botanically as a berry.
The short north section of Public Square will see a caffeinated boost come Tuesday morning when the North Main Cafe, 108 N. Main St., makes its long anticipated opening at 6:30 a.m.