Gluten-free bread featured on show

Information on using leftover gluten-free bread, cooking onions and choosing happiness will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday. Carol Fenster explains that since gluten-free bread costs more than regular bread, it’s very important to make the most of every slice — even stale, leftover bread — and […]

Lighthouse Mission hosting holiday dinner

CNJ staff The Lighthouse Mission will be hosting its annual holiday meal noon Thursday. Director Jerri Gomez said the meal will include shank ham and all the fixings including homemade bread. Gomez said the meal is for the underprivileged, disabled, elderly and those who don’t have family to share the holidays with. The meal is […]

Shoutouts — Nov. 28

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Thanks to Grumpy Old Men motorcylce club Our sincere thanks and appreciation to Jack Jouett and the Grumpy Old Men Motorcycle Club for their generous donation of food to the Bread of Life Ministry at Matt 25. May God bless you. [image #1, align=right, size=medium] —Submitted by the Bread of Life staff Missing dog returned […]

Creative Living: Denim belts and headbands, gluten-free bread featured

By Sheryl Borden: Creative Living Information on making denim belts and headbands, gluten-free bread and image and sales will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday. Barb Chauncey has written a book titled “Denim by Design,” and she’s going to demonstrate how to make various denim belts and […]

Fatty foods enjoyed in moderation

By Grant McGee: CNJ columnist One of my co-workers freaked out on me the other day when I made one of my butter sandwiches. It was toast with a lot of butter. A slice of multi-grain bread pops out of the toaster, I put two wedges of butter on one side, fold it over, eat […]

God, Jesus ingredients that transform lives

By Judy Brandon: Religion columnist A childhood friend of mine visited an upscale, gourmet bakery in New York City. She was fascinated with the variety of breads she found displayed there. Bread was in various shapes and textures. There was black pumpernickel bread and white potato bread, and hundreds of varieties in between. Some breads […]

Pink Ladies establish scholarship with donated inheritance

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Pat McDaniel presented the Pink Ladies Women’s Auxilary with a plaque commemorating Margaret Jones and the scholarship the women’s auxiliary will establish in her name at the organization’s annual banquet Tuesday at the Clovis Civic Center. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer Anyone who knew Margaret Jones knew she was […]

Veteran baker cranks out sugary delights

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Floyd Workheiser of Clovis passes a loaf of banana bread to Missi Glover of Grady for entry into the baking contest at the Curry County Fair Monday evening. Workheiser have been entering the baking contest for the past 10 years. By Tonya Fennell: CNJ staff writer Floyd Workheiser is no stranger to the sweet taste […]

Food services director ready to retire

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CNJ Staff Photo: Andy DeLisleJudy Abernathy worked as a teacher before becoming the food services director for Clovis Municipal Schools. She is retiring Monday. By Marlena Hartz: CNJ Staff Writer Judy Abernathy remembers when students bought paper tickets to eat school meals, calories in school meals had to be computed by hand, and family and […]

New Mexican cuisine not just green chile

Ryn Gargulinski Real New Mexicans don’t eat green chile quiche, someone recently told me. After thanking the person for the insightful information, I pointed out I never asked in the first place. But it did get me to thinking what real New Mexicans do eat. When I lived in the Land of Enchantment, I ended […]

Windfall tax detrimental to economy

By Walter Williams: Syndicated Columnist In the wake of high gasoline prices and high oil company profits, House Speaker Dennis Hastert demands that oil companies explain why they are making so much money and what they plan to do to bring down the cost of gasoline. Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., has introduced a 50 percent […]

Happy to be back to the bare essentials

By Bob Huber: Local columnist When my wife Marilyn departed for that Great Classroom in the Sky, my grocery list got civilized. Before she left I did the shopping for several months, but suddenly I no longer had to buy gourmet ingredients found in her confusing cook books. Today I live simply on bare essentials […]