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Cherry Tartlets and Cherry Pioneer Pie

Antique shopping this week I stumbled upon a vintage Popeil’s Pie Maker and Sandwich Grill. Two small metal rounds close like a clamshell and are attached to a metal rod with wooden handles. Place two pieces of pie or bread dough with filling into the rounds and you have a vintage version of today’s Hot Pocket.

Fridays With Wallace

His sidekick’s not exactly Ladmo, and the Arizona Duuude is no Captain Super. But lunches with Bill “Wallace” Thompson may be the funniest, and the sweetest, weekly get-together in Arizona.

The Tale of Two Rice Dishes; Summer and Winter Risotto

This month I’m sharing two beautiful rice dishes for two different seasons, both from the heart of the Venato region of Italy.

What Would the Founders Say?

In a special corner of heaven, the architects of the United States of America gathered on Independence Day for their annual evaluation of the nation they formed.

Summertime Coffee Cakes

Children are finding their way into the kitchen like never before, creating a first of its kind kids’ cooking craze. Summer is a fantastic time to head into the kitchen with them to bake up something simple and delicious!

Journeys: Marge Charlton

True-life tales from some of Arizona’s most fascinating residents.

Lancer’s Spinach Salad

Because June is National Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Month, let’s grab a green and make magic out of it! Fresh spinach is so plentiful right now and, because spinach salad continues to be an all-time favorite, I want to share a recipe that was a signature dish many years ago at our family restaurant, “D’Atri’s” at Lake Tahoe, Calif.

Five Generation Chocolate ‘Eureka’ Cake

Eureka! I’ve discovered a decadent, rich and moist chocolate cake with a smooth and creamy chocolate frosting just in time for Valentine’s Day.

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Advice for the Over-50 Crowd

Dear Old Bag: I enjoy your column and was very happy for you to hip women upon paying their own way on dates, or at least offering to share the high cost of entertainment. Yes, we wanted equality which means pay for your own! I would like you to take on another challenging issue.

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The ‘Looking Down Generation’

The teenage boy stepped off the curb into the street as I was approaching in my car. I hit the brakes and he kept on walking, continuing to look down at his hand-held, palm-sized electronic device and all but oblivious to everything around him.

Spring Training Sausage and Peppers

You never really know exactly when something becomes a ritual, but we know for certain that Cactus League in Arizona is one of our most cherished rites of spring.

Tech challenged? Get yourself schooled with an educational technology grant

Don’t be left out when you can get schooled with an educational technology grant. End your tech challenges now with a grant or scholarship for seniors.

Momma’s Minestrone Soup

I came across an article on a natural news website recently about victory gardens. It said that during World War II, 20 million family gardens were producing 8 million tons of food that helped provide nourishment needed by soldiers to keep them fighting strong.

Can my cell phone get a virus?

Have you ever considered that your cell phone may be able to get a virus? Learn how to protect your smartphone with virus protection.

Two great ways to have fun online with your computer

Must read tips and advice on how to use two of the fastest growing websites of all time that will turn your computer into an exciting funbox anytime of the day or night.