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By Mike Thayer I love fresh produce and gardening. But the winter months are just around the corner and my ability to just walk outside my door and harvest something for a salad or a quick stir fry is just about gone for the year. So I got to thinking,... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Metro Pursuit
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By Mike Thayer I love fresh produce and gardening. But the winter months are just around the corner and my ability to just walk outside my door and harvest something for a salad or a quick stir fry is just... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Coralville Courier
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By Mike Thayer I love fresh produce and gardening. But the winter months are just around the corner and my ability to just walk outside my door and harvest something for a salad or a quick stir fry is just about gone for the year. So I got to thinking,... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Bachelor on the Cheap
ORLANDO – An electronic logging device, a driver security system and a new driver wellness app were among a series of brief trucking product and service announcements Saturday ahead of the official start of the American Trucking Associations’ annual Management... Continue reading
Reblogged yesterday at Coralville Courier
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At Red Lobster, we take pride in sustainably sourcing our seafood and making every dish with passion and expertise, so you can discover new ways to enjoy fish and shellfish. Company Overview Driven by his passion for fresh seafood and... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Coralville Courier
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Reds Alehouse features the BEST beer selection in the Corridor, as well as great food, great service, and an amazing outdoor patio. Come in and try a new brew, or sit and relax with an old favorite! Beer Menu Food... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Coralville Courier
It's been a long time since the Chicago Bears won consecutive games. In fact, this organization hasn't won two straight since the peak of the John Fox era in November 2015. Needless to say, consistency, or even mediocrity, hasn't been... Continue reading
Reblogged yesterday at Coralville Courier
MANHATTAN, Kan. -- Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield took a page from his young Kansas State counterpart, Alex Delton, running for chunks of yardage on Saturday and a pair of second-half touchdowns to turn momentum in the Wildcats' upset bid. But when it mattered most, the Sooners' senior Heisman Trophy candidate... Continue reading
Reblogged yesterday at Metro Pursuit
FORT WORTH, Texas The Kansas football team has its Scarlet Letter. When — if? — the program makes it back to prominence, when a transcendent coach is able to get the team to respectability, the first question asked by those too young to remember will be this: Just how bad... Continue reading
Reblogged yesterday at Metro Pursuit
The Hawkeyes made their return to Evanston Saturday, and gave a performance nothing like their 40-10 triumph here in 2015. Their 17-10 overtime loss Saturday was a slog, which would be a generous way to describe their running game. Outside... Continue reading
Reblogged yesterday at Coralville Courier
Lamb Shawarma The origins of this dish pre-date the Turkish-Ottoman Empire. Traditionally the meat is put on a spit and grilled, served in any number of ways to include as an entree, a sandwich or a wrap. Ingredients: 2-3 pounds of boneless lamb shoulder, cut into thin strips 1/2 cup... Continue reading
Reblogged yesterday at Metro Pursuit
Lamb Shawarma The origins of this dish pre-date the Turkish-Ottoman Empire. Traditionally the meat is put on a spit and grilled, served in any number of ways to include as an entree, a sandwich or a wrap. Ingredients: 2-3 pounds... Continue reading
Reblogged yesterday at Coralville Courier
CEDAR RAPIDS -- On 10/22/2017 at approximately 12:16am, Officers were dispatched to the 300 block on 2nd Ave SE in reference to shots fired. Upon arrival, Officers located evidence of a shooting in the adjacent alley. While securing the scene,... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Coralville Courier
Teens are invited to haunt the Coralville Public Library during a Spooktacular After-Hours Costume Party.… Read on Date October 28, 2017 Time 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM Location Coralville Public Library 1401 5th St. Coralville, IA 52241 Cost Free for teens, registration... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at Coralville Courier
After charging higher over the past few months, trucking and transportation stocks pulled back in October. The three-week slump marked the first real pause in a 40% run up begun in May, the month the industry showed stronger signs it... Continue reading
Reblogged 2 days ago at Coralville Courier
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Reid's Beans, located in the center of Historic West Branch, is a local favorite and well-known for our fresh, seasonal fare. Let us recommend one of our dishes or have us make you a specialty coffee or other beverage, we... Continue reading
Reblogged 2 days ago at Coralville Courier
Leg of Lamb When you purchase your leg of lamb at the store, do not be tempted to buy a 'boneless' version. Don't be tempted for two reasons: 1. A boneless leg of lamb - which means the bone has been removed - means it's no longer a LEG OF... Continue reading
Reblogged 2 days ago at Metro Pursuit
Leg of Lamb When you purchase your leg of lamb at the store, do not be tempted to buy a 'boneless' version. Don't be tempted for two reasons: 1. A boneless leg of lamb - which means the bone has... Continue reading
Reblogged 2 days ago at Coralville Courier
EVANSTON, Ill. — As Iowa opens the second half of its football schedule today, James Daniels finds himself in his comfort zone. Now in the midst of his junior season, he’s settled in as the Hawkeyes’ starting center. For the... Continue reading
Reblogged 2 days ago at Coralville Courier
CEDAR RAPIDS, IA – Starting on Monday, October 23, eastbound traffic on Collins Road NE will be reduced to one lane at C Avenue NE. The westbound left turn lane will also be closed (those traveling westbound on Collins Road... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at Coralville Courier
CEDAR RAPIDS, IA – The Canadian National Railroad is in the process of replacing the rails and driving surface between the tracks at Blairs Ferry Road NE. Blairs Ferry remains closed just east of I-380. Railroad crews have been working... Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at Coralville Courier
The Navistar-GM partnership in Springfield, Ohio has lead a Michigan trucking company to open a new terminal in Springfield, a move that could lead to a $5.2 million investment and more than 100 jobs over three years. Wheeler Trucking, based... Continue reading
Reblogged 3 days ago at Coralville Courier
Grill Roasted Rack of Lamb A rack of lamb is basically what chops look like all lined up before they're cut into chops. A rack of lamb is also "frenched" which means the rib bones are left intact, but are scraped and cleaned for a more attractive presentation. This is... Continue reading
Reblogged 3 days ago at Metro Pursuit