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In praise of milk chocolate

By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

YANKEE CHEF: Put a Hawaiian spin on BBQ chicken

Literally meaning “turn turn,” Huli Huli Chicken is a mainstay in Hawaii. It is a great way of barbecuing chicken without burning it because you are turning it every few minutes. Think it will come out tough? Think again! Tender and mois...

By Jim Bailey |

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  • Lifestyle

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    Bette Banjack THE TABLE |

  • Lifestyle

    Phoenix Community Calendar July 10

    Event Submissions: Send to ldillon@berksmontnews.com a week prior to publication. Note “Phoenix Calendar” in the subject.

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  • Lifestyle

    Spay and Save: Adoptable pets of the week

    Charlie (dog) Charlie is a four year old Jack Russell terrier who has not had an easy life. He was hit by a car at 18 months and lost the sight in his right eye and now needs a new home because his owner passed away. Charlie is used to being an only dog but is having fun playing with a dog his own size in his foster home. He is a sweet boy who deserves a loving family. Charlie needs to live in a cat free home. For more information on Charlie and all the other dogs and cats...

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  • Food

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    Buttered roll. That’s the first recipe in “Dishing Up New Jersey,” a new cookbook celebrating the Garden State or as the publisher puts it — “a love letter to New Jersey’s best bites.”

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

  • Food

    YANKEE CHEF: This sweet treat might become your favorite nibbler

    These treats are delicious, quick, easy and just downright the perfect nibbler. By replacing over half the fat in the bowl of these cookies with apple jelly, you are adding an extra touch of flavor. As for the cashews, crush them easily with a plastic bag and a rolling pin. It’s just that simple!

    By Jim Bailey |

  • Lifestyle

    Want to find out where the fireworks will be over the next couple of days? Check out the interactive map

    In the mood to see some fireworks before the July 4th holiday is gone? Here is where you can find them.

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  • Diet and exercise

    Keep nutrition in mind while traveling for the 4th of July

    Holiday travel has its perks, like getting away for a while and seeing family — but nobody enjoys holiday weight gain.

    By Michilea Patterson mpatterson@21st-centurymedia.com @MichileaP on Twitter |

  • Features/People

    Downingtown resident among the new ‘faces’ at Mount Rushmore

    The traditional summer college internship evokes images of a confined business office littered with a smattering of suits, neckties and dress shoes.

    By Sal Foti Contributor |

  • Home and Garden

    FROM THE GROUND UP: A prickly business

    It’s possible that one reason why I love the natural world is that while it doesn’t always look organized, it always makes sense. What baffles me sometimes, though, is seeing how people choose to use plants in unnatural ways, for instance a giant blue spruce blocking the front entrance to a house or a forsythia hedge trimmed into ugly stubs.

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  • Lifestyle

    THE TABLE: Independence, Missouri - July 4th celebration

    Independence, Missouri is one of the 28 places in the United States with a patriotic name. These names range from Liberty to Eagle to Independence, Freedom, American, Patriot, Unity and Prosperity. Only one of the towns is in Pennsylvania – New Freedom - more about New Freedom later... I want to share three places with you.

    By Bette Banjack THE TABLE |

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