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Get your napkin, the soup duel is on

Clear the decks and get ready for a fight. When the dust settles, we’ll have a champion. It starts the other day. I’m minding my own business. I’m getting in…

Turkey, a tail and some great French wine

I’m hungry. Very hungry. And I am confused. Very confused. I’m wandering aimlessly through the market. I am overwhelmed by the play of bright colors, but the stunning variety of…

When toxins are the only remedy

“OK, fat boy, your time has come.” “I beg your pardon, are you referring to me?” “I’m taking control here, chubs. We’re doing something about this situation.” “Situation?” “You’re thirty…

Archuleta County Extension and 4-H invites public to open house

Colorado State University Extension of Archuleta County will host an open house for the residents of Archuleta County. Come see what new and exciting opportunities await you at the local…

Food safety class for food service professionals

By Jane Looney Special to The SUN A Food Safety class will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 16, from 1 to 5 p.m., at San Juan Basin Health’s training room,…

Learn to grow with the Colorado Master Gardener Program

Gardening is a popular hobby and leisure activity that provides outdoor physical activity, contact with nature and sharing with others. For many gardeners, digging in the soil, pulling weeds and…

Life in the Primo 500: Chili powder and a CD

By Pat Martinez-Lopez PREVIEW Columnist I must’ve been 3 or 4 years old when my dad took me to visit his father’s brother, Tio Fidel Martinez, who lived in the…

Food for Thought: Some nutty treats for nutty times

Nuts. It’s all about nuts, isn’t it? After all, it’s election season, and have you watched cable “news” or listened to talk radio lately? But, those kinds of nuts aside…

Lamb a good addition to traditional stew

Tagine is a Moroccan stew made with meat and often fruit. In this recipe for Lamb Tagine from Bill Niman and Janet Fletcher’s “The Niman Ranch Cookbook” (Ten Speed Press),…

Rollergirls to host Wheels 4 Meals

By Maddie Beserra Special to The SUN  Come one, come all: Rollergirls in Pagosa are hosting their first annual Food Bank Fund-raiser, noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6, at…