Hungry for a decadent treat that won’t sabotage your diet? These cappuccino brownie bites are the lower calorie answer to your next chocolate craving. Semi sweet chocolate has fewer calories than classic milk chocolate, and a dash of espresso powder may give your metabolism a kick. Plus, the small size of the brownies helps keep the portions in control, so you won’t pack extra calories or fat into your diet..
(For more about newspaper recipe contests see my earlier GenealogyBank Blog post, Newspaper Recipe Contests: Was Your Ancestor a Contest Winner?) Whether your ancestor actually participated in submitting a recipe or just cut out her favorites, these columns were an important way to add variety to the family’s dinner table.Newspaper food columns provide us a glimpse of the food our families ate throughout the decades. This 1917 column from an Arizona newspaper is a compilation of money saving recipes that were awarded prizes by the newspaper. Recipe columns published in the newspapers during war time would concentrate on saving money and, in the case of World War I and II, how to make do with limited quantities due to food rationing.
Notice that I holding the scion with my left hand held firmly held to my chest to stabilize it, while with my right hand holds the knife and pulls to my right to make the cut, away from me into space. Having the wood stabilized makes it much easier to make a good cut(s). Always cut away from yourself, whatever cutting you may be doing (kitchen knives, chisels, saws etc.), a rule to live by! I recommend gathering a pile of prunings (scion wood) and taking some time to practice making the cuts, over and over until you can make a fairly smooth flat cut and feel comfortable with it, like anything it does take practice.
Louis, Mo.; 13 grandchildren, Brooke Simpson, Erich and Danny Klintworth, Curt, Tim, Sarah, and Victoria Duckworth, Preston Kellenberger, Alex and Kate Duckworth, Aaron, Amanda, and Adam Duckworth; four great grandchildren, Ricky, Aly, and Gracie Simpson, and Will Duckworth; brother, Merle (Wilma) Duckworth; and two sisters, Joann Wade and Darlene (Jim) Fisher; and many nieces and nephews. Wednesday, February 4, 2015 at Trinity United Church of Christ, 505 Mulberry Street, Mount Vernon, Ind., with Rev. Cynthia Priem and Rev..
Thanks for shedding new light on an old legend. I had no idea that Copenhagen had made such an impression on William Burroughs, though in an entirely understated (typical) way. You see, I have lived in Copenhagen (Kbenhavn) for nearly 15 years and have, over time, found this so called society quite NUTS.