Making A Gingerbread Lake Cabin From A Store Bought Kit

If you were to survey the world’s moms and grandmas about their experience with gingerbread houses, most would probably tell you heartwarming stories of working alongside their little ones – piping the sticky icing to mold the pieces together and dotting the windows and doors with jelly beans and gumdrops. Sweet memories of Christmas. My…
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5 Reasons Why The Great British Baking Show Is Brilliant

The other day while searching for a new show to watch on Netflix (is Parenthood Season 6 ever going to come out?) I stumbled upon something that has become my new obsession. There is simply nothing not to like about The Great British Baking Show. I’ve been a fan of American baking shows for quite…
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Going “Ape” For Tarzan

You can always count on Moorhead High Theatre director Rebecca Meyer-Larson to push the envelope a bit when it comes to high school drama. This year’s show is no exception. As MeLissa Kossick wrote a couple of weeks ago on Inforum, ten volunteer theatre dads are helping the cast fly in this production of Disney’s…
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5 Little Known Facts For National Cashew Day

Happy Thanksgiving! While many of you are getting to enjoy a fabulous turkey dinner, I bet you didn’t even notice that another equally delicious holiday just passed you by. National Cashew Day was Nov. 23. With its high fat content and buttery smooth texture, the cashew is one of America’s most beloved nuts. But it’s…
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When You Can’t Wait For The Turkey: Healthy Thanksgiving Nibbles

This time of year, there is no shortage of people giving you advice on how to put out the perfect Thanksgiving spread for guests. From all those chefs on The Food Network to those nutty overachievers on Pinterest, it seems everyone has a recipe for the most fabulous Thanksgiving dinner. But what about the hours…
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