Green Chile Chicken Pizza

Green Chile Chicken Pizza

1 pound boneless skinless chicken breasts or thighs 2 cups green chile salsa 4 burrito size flour tortillas 2 cups shredded Mexican blend cheese Sliced avocado and pico de gallo, for serving Salt and pepper In a Dutch oven over medium heat, combine chicken and salsa. Bring to a simmer and let simmer until chicken […]

‘We had an amazing bid’

‘We had an amazing bid’

By David Mullen Dallas received a huge economic and promotional kick on June 16 when the area was selected as a host city for the FIFA 2026 World Cup to be held in North America. Canada, Mexico and the U.S. joined forces and made a continental pitch for the world’s largest sporting event. The 2026 […]

Three Ingredient Mac & Cheese

Three Ingredient Mac & Cheese

1 pound tube pasta (penne, elbows, etc.) 1 can evaporated milk 4 cups shredded cheese  Salt Bring a pot of salted water to a boil. Add pasta and cook just until al dente. Drain pasta, reserving 1/2 cup pasta water. Over medium heat, bring evaporated milk and reserved pasta water just to a boil. Remove […]

Pro golf faces foreign competition

Pro golf faces foreign competition

By David Mullen In 1993, popular NBA star Charles Barkley was hired for a famous (or infamous) Nike TV commercial where Barkley steadfastly looked into the camera and said, “I am not a role model.” The intention of the commercial has, after nearly three decades, become misremembered. It was meant as a message on parenting […]

Fathers have cooperative breeding strategies

Fathers have cooperative breeding strategies

By Dr. Beth Leermakers In the animal kingdom, mothers handle most of the child care responsibilities. However, in about five percent of animal species, fathers help with child rearing. Among monogamous species, that percentage is higher, with both parents sharing childcare responsibilities in 59 percent of those species. In celebration of Father’s Day, let’s examine […]

Sibling rowers help sweep at Nationals

Sibling rowers help sweep at Nationals

By Katrina Craycroft Last weekend, DUC astounded at USRowing’s Youth National Championship (Nationals) with its best-ever performance: seven boats finishing in the top 20, and three boats in the top 10. Among the 47 athletes competing were siblings from nearly a dozen families who found their passion and shared success in rowing.  Sisters Ellie and […]

Red, white and blue ribbons available

Red, white and blue ribbons available

The State Fair of Texas is known for its culinary creations, and there’s no better place to see Texans serving up creative concoctions than the State Fair of Texas Cooking Contests. Held during the Fair each year, amateur cooks compete in contests to bring home the coveted blue (or purple) ribbon and bragging rights. With […]

Peach Bellini Sorbet

Peach Bellini Sorbet

1 cup granulated sugar 1/2 cup water 1/4 cup light corn syrup 2 pounds very ripe peaches, peeled, pitted, and sliced 1/2 cup Prosecco 3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 1. In a small saucepan, combine sugar, water and corn syrup; stir and cook over medium heat just until the sugar is dissolved, about 2 minutes. […]

‘HONK’ if you love a feel good story!

‘HONK’ if you love a feel good story!

From the Friends of the Bath House Cultural Center Join the Friends of the Bath House to see a private screening of the film, “HONK THE GOOSE,” an internationally recognized and awarded documentary, starring Honk as himself and his bestie, Cheryl Allison, in this true story of an unlikely friendship. The story of Honk and Cheryl […]

Civility in baseball part of bygone era

Civility in baseball part of bygone era

By David Mullen It is considered by many to be the greatest baseball game ever played. Baseball historian and former Sports Illustrated writer Jim Kaplan even wrote a book about it called “The Greatest Game Ever Pitched: Juan Marichal, Warren Spahn, and the Pitching Duel of the Century.” On a typical cold and damp early […]

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