Thanksgiving Flavor: Chipotle Corn Pudding

Thanksgiving Flavor  This festive, fun corn pudding recipe is the perfect side for Thanksgiving dinner. With a dash of smoky heat from chipotle chili pepper and creamy corn goodness, it’s sure to be a hit on the table. Chipotle Corn Pudding Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 1 hour Servings: 8 1/4       cup cornstarch 1/4       cup sugar 2          tsp. McCormick Minced Onions 1 1/2    tsp. McCormick Ground M ...

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Holiday De-stress: Manage the madness of the holidays with these simple tips

Holiday De-stress  Manage the madness of the holidays with these simple tips. By Lorraine Bossé-Smith What was once a of year to celebrate goodness, family, and peace on earth, has become a commercialized frenzy of stressful activity. But before you cancel Christmas and throw away your stockings, how about getting rid of the madness and putting heart back in the holidays? As the holidays near, decide what y ...

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Desert Life: The Cave Creek Museum preserves the North Valley’s history

Desert Life  The Cave Creek Museum preserves the North Valley’s history. By Julie Carlson The Cave Creek Museum's mission is to collect, interpret, and preserve Cave Creek and Carefree's history. Open to visitors from October through May, the museum began as an historical society in 1968. Located at the base of Black Mountain, it boasts 80 active volunteers dedicated to preserving the history of life in the ...

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A Season of Thanksgiving

A Season of Thanksgiving  Give thanks, no matter the circumstances, says local pastor David Bowen. By David Bowen The other day I was in Costco and I saw that they had them. They have been there since September, but now they look so perfect. You know what I am taking about, right? Pumpkin pie of course! This past summer my family and I had a vacation back east visiting family who live in New Hampshire. We s ...

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Check Scams: Know the Warning Signs

Check Scams  Know the warning signs. By Linda Vitale You receive a check or money order. The sender asks you to deposit it into your bank account and then wire him or her the money back––minus a bonus amount as a thank you for helping out. United States postal inspectors have been warning about this scam for years. Although the offer may sound enticing, as usual, it’s just too good to be true. In fact, the ...

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Q-to-U BBQ: Slow cooked, award-winning barbeque delights at locally owned restaurant

Q-to-U BBQ  Slow cooked, award-winning barbeque delights at locally owned restaurant. By Andrew Leach The Rosol family knows barbecue. They’ve been winning awards for their slow cooked meats and sauces for years. Their many awards are on proud display in the new dining room of the family’s North Valley restaurant Q-to-U BBQ. Formerly located in Anthem for six years, the Rosols recently moved Q-to-U BBQ to t ...

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Share the love with these group craft projects

Season of Thanks  Share the love with these group craft projects. By Shannon Fisher Photos by Shannon Fisher Photography A chill is in the air finally and there is much to be thankful for! Here are some crafts that can spread the love. I asked a group of my girls’ friends how they would show gratitude and love to others. They said painted rocks. They are easy to make and spread the love around. Start with a ...

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The odds of getting hit by a natural disaster in Arizona are rare, but they do happen

Severe Weather  The odds of getting hit by a natural disaster in Arizona are rare, but they do happen, says local meteorologist Shelley Sakala. It’s been a tough year of natural disasters for Florida, Texas, and Puerto Rico. A very active hurricane season has caused loss of life, not to mention billions of dollars in property damage. Countless homes and families have been devastated, and full recovery will ...

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Local couple works to help fellow veterans live out their goals and dreams

Vets Helping Vets  Local couple works to help fellow veterans live out their goals and dreams. By Sondra Barr Photo by Shannon Fisher Photography For veterans Sean and Ligen Feller, their service to the United States didn’t end once they left the Navy. The 85085 couple has made it their mission to help fellow veterans live out their goals and dreams after serving in the U.S. Armed Forces through their jobs ...

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Power up with plant protein

Power Up with Plant Protein  When it comes to getting energy from the food you eat, it’s no secret that protein packs a powerful punch. However, research shows certain plant-based proteins, like peanuts, may carry additional benefits. According to a Harvard School of Public Health study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, substituting plant-based proteins like peanuts for animal proteins and ...

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