Break out the big salad bowl. When the weather is hot, hot, hot, and you want to do minimal cooking, here are a few salad recipes that might answer the question, “What’s for dinner?” These big, one-bowl dinner salads are easy to prepare, and they are quite satisfying.
You may not be able to make a mint, but you sure can grow some. Found in many backyard gardens, aromatic mint usually becomes a prolific herb and is useful all summer long.
There are many myths and legends that continue to stir conversation and controversy. The Loch Ness Monster. Bigfoot. The Abominable Snowman. And, of course, Philadelphia City Council members who enjoy three-month, taxpayer-subsidized summer vacations.
Dealing with city bureaucracy
I like pie. I like cake.
Henon, you’re not fooling us
It’s time to dump Trump
It cracks me up that eggs have become so ubiquitous. And I don’t mean the Pokemon Go eggs sought by gamers near and far, although apparently those eggs are found everywhere, too.
After being closed for a few weeks for air conditioning repairs, the Northeast Regional Library is once again open six days a week.