Guess what? It’s summer time! Yes, everybody knows that, but maybe a few people don’t know about the annual Madera District Fair and its cooking contests.
Food reflections and recipes from local columnist Cathie Campbell.
Whether you are planning a picnic, backyard barbecue or a camp-out this summer, it comes in handy to have foods that can be made ahead of time, are easy to store and/or travel with and can be eaten with one’
The other day I bought some watermelon juice and it was such a big hit with everyone that I quickly realized I should have purchased three cartons instead of one.
I never get tired of enchiladas, and even though the weather is now very warm, I still get cravings for meals that are bubbling hot.
F ather’s Day is coming up Sunday, and while there are many ways to mark the occasion with food, the most popular is an outdoor barbecue.
There are thousands of ways to make a burrito. Everybody has their own way and their own preferences.
In my family (like so many others), olive oil was a staple and we would no sooner do without it than we would do without bread or other necessities.