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Food preservation classes to start in January

By Terry Schaaf Special to The SUN The CSU Extension Office in Archuleta County is offering a series of classes on basic food preservation. Each class will cover basics of…

Tasty omelets for overnight holiday guests

The holiday season often finds homeowners playing host to friends and family visiting from out of town. While the holiday dinner often draws the most attention, guests need to eat…

Add some flavor to a favorite holiday side dish

Dinner is often a focal point of holiday celebrations. Thanksgiving dinner, for example, is something many people look forward to all year long. But just because holiday dinners are a…

Be a pro: practice, practice, practice

Where do I go from here, Karl? I’m asked this question by fresh-faced high school grads, by people with advanced degrees in the humanities who are working the drive-thru window,…

Pavilion project holds first fund-raiser

By Kristal Fortune Special to The PREVIEW The first of five multipurpose pavilion fund-raising food contests was held last week and was a great success. The Friends of Pagosa Multi-Purpose…

Crispy chicken done healthy

Chicken is a versatile choice when cooking for family and friends or even when preparing a meal for one or two people. Chicken can be cooked and seasoned in a…

Enjoy gluten-free slow cooking

Slow cooking has become popular for a variety of reasons. Many busy men and women have embraced slow cooking because it allows them to begin cooking dinner in the morning…

Table for one … and the table’s not real

“Mr. Plato. We have a reservation for Mr. Plato. Plato …table for ONE.” He’s back. He keeps returning, like a ghost haunting my intellectual house. Like an infection. And this…

Clicking along at breakneck speed

The room is dark. I’ve got the covers pulled up to my chin, my arms are at my sides, my eyes are wide open. I’ve got the old thinking cap…

Beware the mirror, and the mirror effect

Beware the mirror. Don’t panic, there’s no symbolic meaning here; you don’t need to do any intellectual heavy lifting. I’m referring to real mirrors, regular mirrors, those reflective things you…