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Fresh pasta, squash taste like summer

Subscriber onlySummer squash, herbs and fresh pasta ribbons combine for this light dish. Continue reading...

Red curry contributes kick to easy pineapple, beef dish

Subscriber onlyThis curry has only a few ingredients to prep and tastes light, yet its flavors bring warmth. To keep things on schedule kitchenwise, we start with a container of fresh, peeled pineapple pieces, found in the refrigerated produce section. Continue reading...

7day menu planner

Subscriber onlySUNDAY: Gather the family for Herb-Crusted Mediterranean Pork Tenderloin. Continue reading...

Tips for pairing wine with common menu items

Subscriber onlyWhen it comes to creating wine and food pairings at home, the key is keeping it simple. But restaurant menus are often more complex. In addition to menu interpretation, there's the time issue as the server awaits your order. Continue reading...

Roll on

North Little Rock seniors pitch decades-old tradition

Subscriber onlyIt's just before 11 p.m. when neighbors come out to investigate the noise. On Donaghey Drive in North Little Rock, teenagers are flinging dozens of rolls of toilet paper through the sky, the ragged paper hooking leaves and limbs before plummeting to the ground. Continue reading...

Creature feature

Subscriber onlyMy cat likes to sit on a bookcase where he looks out the window. Sometimes he starts making funny sounds like chirping and it kind of looks like his teeth are chattering. Why does he do this? Continue reading...

Money Manners

Subscriber onlyDEAR JEANNE & LEONARD: Since my roommate's boyfriend spends at least five nights a week in our apartment, shouldn't he be paying some of the rent? Continue reading...

Attachment parenting babble not science based

Subscriber onlyIn a recent column, I referred to "attachment parenting babble," which is to say, I called a spade a spade. Continue reading...

Ex Etiquette

Subscriber onlyI have been going through a divorce for four years. There's a lot of financial stuff and my ex is dragging his feet, so I've moved on to another relationship. My ex is demanding that my children not be around my boyfriend. Continue reading...

Nanas (and others) pray kids take life one day at a time

Subscriber onlyWhen my phone rang, I lit up like Christmas. "Hey, school boy!" I said, "How was your first day of school?" Continue reading...

Lemon Fluff recalls good ol' school days

Subscriber only"This recipe for Lemon Fluff sounds a lot like the wonderful dessert served at Oak Grove [in Carroll County] school in the '50s," Lanette Taylor writes. Continue reading...

Horseradish puts bite in shrimp, peach salad

Subscriber onlyPlump juicy peaches, spicy shrimp and vegetables make a colorful, refreshing salad supper. The contrast of hot and sweet flavors and soft and crunchy textures creates a mouthwatering dish that is easy to assemble and serve. Continue reading...

Slurp of frozen drink sweetens up tart tasks

Subscriber onlyTidying up sounds terribly dull. But "Tidying Up" is totally hot. It's a best-seller, written by a rock star of a tidier, who spent her school days sneaking out of recess to organize the mop cupboard. Continue reading...

On Christianity

DEAR REV. GRAHAM: I think I'll stop taking some of the medicines I'm on, because I think God has maybe healed me. Hasn't He promised to heal us if we just have enough faith? That's what someone I heard once on television said. Continue reading...

Helpful Hints

DEAR HELOISE: Can you tell me if heating up leftover foods in the microwave in those insulated foam containers is dangerous to one's health? Continue reading...