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Feel good about treating yourself to Harkins delicious, award-winning popcorn! A recipe passed down from generations, Harkins popcorn is popped fresh using 100% canola oil and pure white salt containing zero cholesterol and no trans fat.
I harbor the same deep affection for kale salads. Kale salads make me happy. They are a staple in my diet in the same way that boots are a staple in my wardrobe and I will never tire of them. Kale salads, I tell you, are the answer to all sorts of problems.
Recipe adapted from The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook by Deb Perelman.Make it vegan: Omit the goat cheese, and use maple syrup instead of honey in the dressing.If you love this recipe: Be sure to check out my kale salads roundup here!
Midori cocktails are sweet with a lovely melon flavor or accent. Midori is a brilliant, bright green, muskmelon-flavored liqueur that gets its name from the Japanese word for green. As a sweet liqueur, Midori is usually the foil to sour in a variety of mixed drinks. Midori is delicious with a variety of tart juices such as lemon, lime, orange, and pineapple and is a favorite of cocktail-lovers with a sweet tooth.
The Honeydew Martini is perfect for anyone who loves a fruity twist on the Martini. It's an easy to make cocktail that requires few ingredients and has just the right amount of sweetness. It's also a perfect candidate for customizing to your tastes and is a delicious after dinner cocktail.
Whether you want green Halloween drinks or you just love melons, Midori makes a tasty cocktail. Given its sweetness, Midori is best used as part of cocktail rather than enjoyed straight. Its fruitiness makes it perfect for summer, as a mixer to add a bit of green to St. Patrick's Day cocktails, or anytime you feel the need to add a bit of tropical flavor to your life. Many Midori cocktail recipes are lower in alcohol, which means as long as you're drinking responsibly, you might be able to sneak in an extra cocktail at the end of the night.
With a pair of locations in SA, Dough Pizzeria Napoletana reigns over San Antonio's somewhat sparse pizza scene, where Neapolitan-style pizza cooked in wood-fired oven is still hard to find. The menu is eclectic, including the meat feast pizza Amore Di Maiale (pork love) topped with their chunky house-made sausage. Triggered for more? Order up the Salsiccia too, an antipasti of their signature sausage with roasted red grapes and sweet bell peppers. To finish, we recommend Dough's signature tiramisu and beautifully crafted cappuccinos.
Get cozy with your loved one on V-Day by serving breakfast in your pajamas. There are lots of delicious breakfast-in-bed recipes to make, including classics like pancakes and more unique options like breakfast tacos.
Fill their bellies with love with a food gift from Goldbelly. They offer options from across the country, including iconic places that may hold memories for your loved one. Send their favorite food or opt for a gift card, letting them curate their own meal.
We know all college students love snacks, and while they may not admit it, they also may miss home, too. Help remind them of your love with a care package from Our Campus Market. There are many to choose from, including those for finals week, stress management and more.
For a baby shower or any loved one with a growing bump, this niche gift box is for you. Bump Boxes have their own page on Amazon, making it easy to browse, order and send from one place. They have a box for each trimester, too, adding even more thought to your gift.
Fill their stomachs, fridges and hearts with a care package from Omaha Steaks. The site even has a page for Get Well Gifts, as what is more wonderful that not having to cook when you are feeling sick or injured? There are an array of packages to choose from, including soups, meat-lover packs, comfort food bundles and more.
If you continue straight down this main road, you'll pass by some of the highlights of the old town, including the Rimondi Fountain. As you leave the old town via the gate, you'll come to the lovely Municipal Gardens on your right side. If you have young children with some energy to burn off, an excellent playground is located here.
The beach is a lovely place to visit for those who love the water, sun, and sand. Everything you need for a good time is here: beach umbrellas, lounges, shallow warm water, and incredible people watching.
It normally takes three or four hours to reach the top, and you'll need to be reasonably fit, wear good walking boots, and bring plenty of water. The view from the summit is breathtaking and overlooks the entire island.
More on Crete: If you want to explore more of Crete's historic cities, consider visiting Chania or Agios Nikolaos, both of which have lovely harbors, historic sites, and good hotels and tourist facilities. Another city worth spending some time in is Heraklion. Although it doesn't have the same incredible beaches, it has a lively town center with restaurants and shops found along a seemingly endless number of pedestrian streets.
Emily is a single mom with two sons, ages 7 and 3. They were homeless for eight months before getting into an apartment with a housing subsidy. Emily and her older son have medical issues. The older boy would love black utility boots. He wears size 14 clothing and a 7 in shoes. The 3-year-old wears a 4T.
Katrina, 25, and her younger brother Michael, 10, lost their mom earlier this year and moved to Nebraska due to safety concerns in their previous location. With assistance from Lutheran Family Services, Katrina is working toward permanent guardianship of her brother and has secured safe, affordable, permanent housing. They would love a dresser, a queen-size bed, vacuum, electric dryer, kitchen table and chairs, sheets and towels, a coat rack, Christmas tree, paper products, cleaning supplies and funds for car repair.
Sarah is a single mom to three teenage boys, one of whom is disabled. She took time off work to take care of her father, who was battling cancer this past year. After he died, Sarah went back to work but got into a serious car crash. A long recovery resulted in her losing her job, and due to the injuries, she is not able to perform all duties in her current job and her hours have been cut. She would love to give her boys some gifts for the holidays but most of the gift programs focus on younger children. The family would like gift cards to Walmart, T.J.Maxx and Best Buy. Two of her boys share a room and would like matching twin beds and black bed frames to match their dresser. The family could also use a new stainless-steel refrigerator to match their stove. Contact Dayna at 402-436-1120 ext. 5.
Karis, 18, is juggling completing high school and caring for her younger twin siblings that are autistic. Karis has shown great determination to achieve her goals, including walking miles to get to school. They need winter coats (one size L, two size M), hats and gloves. Karis would appreciate gift cards to be able to order dinner or for a family outing to Makit Takit Craft Studio.
Layla, 19, has been charting her path to independence without stable housing. She has graduated from high school and started college at UNL. Layla hopes to find an apartment in her price range and be able to experience stability. Layla needs warm clothing (long-sleeve shirts or sweatshirts, size S/M, and pants, size 8/10), socks, a hat and gloves. Layla needs dog food for her emotional support animal. Layla would like air pods/wireless headphones and household items.
If you are coming to Ohio from another city or state, you might be wondering what you may be able to do in Columbus during the Winter! As much as I would love to cuddle up with my puppy, I love getting out of my apartment and taking a break from studying. Columbus does offer so many different activities, but let me highlight some that I have done!
For so great has been the interest in this deliciously twisted David Fincher film starring Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike as the couple from hell that reviews are appearing nationwide to coincide with its Friday-night world premiere as the prestigious opening event of the New York Film Festival. For once, however, all the fuss is justified. Superbly cast from the two at the top to the smallest speaking parts, impeccably directed by Fincher and crafted by his regular team to within an inch of its life, "Gone Girl" shows the remarkable things that can happen when filmmaker and material are this well matched. (Kenneth Turan) Read more
Edward Albee's unlikely but brilliant play about one man's ill-fated love affair with a barnyard animal unfolds into a modern-day Greek tragedy all the more devastating for its sheer improbability. Director Ken Sawyer's staging is consummately well-realized, and the cast is superb, but it is Ann Noble who commands our awe as a modern-day Fury bent on a mission of righteous and appalling vengeance. (F. Kathleen Foley) (Ends Sun., Nov. 23) Read more
After the success of his Broadway adaptation of "The Producers," Mel Brooks worked with book-writer Thomas Meehan to stage another of his beloved films, "Young Frankenstein." DOMA Theatre Company's exuberant revival of this musical horror spoof, which closely follows the movie but adds even more Borscht Belt gags and splashy song-and-dance numbers, is a thoroughly entertaining romp, starring Hector S. Quintana as the monster who really knows how to put on the Ritz. (Margaret Gray) (Ends Sunday, Nov. 30) Read more
This taco truck, parked permanently deep in the Eastside, is famous for pescuezos, delicious deep-fried chicken necks The skin is pushed up the shaft of the neck before frying, which gives the effect of a tanned, meaty cylinder surmounted by an Elizabethan collar of pure crunch; hidden bits of chewy meat and a corona of pure, fatty pleasure. Because the truck has colonized a largish brick-and-mortar taqueria, there are plenty of tables to sit around, and you can always find parking. If pescuezos aren't your thing, the pork al pastor, sliced from its spit to order is decent. But really, you should try the necks. Tear off a bit of meat, and wrap it in a warm tortilla with a splash of peppery tomato salsa. At $2.25 for an order of four necks, it's about the cheapest happiness in town. And on weekends, Santa Rita is open until 3 a.m. Read more 2b1af7f3a8