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Letters to the Editor: April 13, 2016

A watch on Williams

Sweet as honey

Laugh at the tears you’re crying

Letters to the Editor: April 6, 2016

Lame effort by DeFelice 

Making the impossible possible

Before 1930, there were no prepackaged cake mixes, pie crusts or muffin mixes on the market shelves. This was the year that Bisquick was invented. Introduced to grocery shelves as a competitor to the newly debuted Jiffy, Bisquick remains the premier baking mix even today.

Enjoying more reader recipes

Clearly, there’s a lot of cooking taking place in and around Philly, to judge from the recipes sent into the Northeast Times food column. I’d like to share some of the submissions that weren’t randomly drawn in the ongoing gift-card contest. A great many of the submitted recipes really are winners, culinarily speaking, and I plan to share them with you in future columns.

Op-Ed: Recovery schools could help combat drug abuse

Standing with parents and the principal at the Bridge Way School is illuminating.

Letters to the Editor: March 30, 2016

Solomon has a vision

Satisfy your sweet tooth with Chocolate Babka

Who can forget the famous Seinfeld episode when Elaine goes to Schnitzer’s Bakery to buy a Chocolate Babka, only to find that they just sold the last one to the customer ahead of her. You’ll never get into that predicament yourself, if you can make your own Chocolate Babka. You will, however, need a few hours to let the yeast bread rise, then rise again. But it just might be worth it.  

Letters to the Editor: March 23, 2016

Soda tax is a slippery slope

Op-ed: Bill will protect children, give them recovery time after abuse

First, it was Penn State then it was the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Now, just when you think that scandals involving the sexual abuse of children can’t get any worse, we learn about yet another one.