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How to Avoid Summer Slacking

June 1, 2023 by


During summer, few take the time to think of schoolwork. Kids of all ages get distracted very easily. The most important part of summer is to have fun and not have to worry about too many things at once. The best thing to do is keep a child active, but he or she also needs […]

What to Look For When Buying a Used Car

February 14, 2023 by


How much thought do you put into buying a used car? The market for used vehicles has seen exponential growth within the last few years. The variables that are in play might suggest a few different motives to explain the rise in prices.  “U.S. Department of Labor statistics revealed that used car prices are up […]

Delicious Pasta Can Still Be Vegan

January 28, 2019 by


A vegan pasta al limone dish is an interesting, easy dish to make. Many occasions are suitable for this meal. To prepare this cruelty-free dish, start with peeling off  one-and-a-half inches of lemon zest, and thinly slice it for a garnish to put onto the finished dish later. Cut off the remaining zest and put […]

Seven Layer Dip Is Easy To Make

April 9, 2018 by


Seven-layer dip is the perfect appetizer for game day or a gathering of friends. People will huddle around until it’s gone! This recipe will take 20 minutes to make. Ingredients: 1 can refried beans 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese 1 package Taco Seasoning 1 1/2 cups sour cream 2 cups guacamole 1 1/2 to 2 […]

Hair: What Else Is There?

March 23, 2017 by


Hair is what makes everyone different. It defines you. Do you take care of it? There are many ways to make sure that your hair is happy and healthy. Many people believe that hair should be washed once a day, but it is recommended that hair is washed two to three times a week. The […]

Spicy Potato Curry Offers a Vegan Kick

March 22, 2017 by


A spicy vegan potato curry dish is an easy-to-make meal. This recipe can suit just about any occasion. To make this dish, one must have the appropriate ingredients. To start off, have five peeled and cubed potatoes ready. If one chooses to do so, more potatoes can be added. After the dicing of the potatoes, […]

Egyptian Koshary a Unique Culinary Treat

March 21, 2017 by


Egyptian koshary consists of many different ingredients. First, you start with the base, which is the white rice. Some people like to make the rice with lentils. Another part of the base is the pasta. The pasta plays a big role in the dish. It is usually cooked al dente. Next, you add the chickpeas […]

Do It Yourself: Stress Balls

March 10, 2017 by


Stress is a big part of today’s society, and not one person will ever be completely “stress free.” There are many ways to relieve it ,and one of the well known ways is stress balls. Many stress toys can be found at local stores. Even businesses hand them out with company labels on them to […]

Do It Yourself: Lava Lamps

March 9, 2017 by


In the late 1960s, the lava lamp came to symbolize all things counterculture and psychedelic. The lamp was invented by Edward Craven Walker, a British accountant, who died at age 82. Today we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the lava lamp. If you don’t know how the lamps work, here is a quick scientific explanation. […]

Do It Yourself: No Sew Handbags

March 8, 2017 by


If you are not the most crafty person or have a tough time with needles and thread, then keep reading. A way to make a stylish, cost-efficient bag without having to sew anything has been found. It has been trending on the DIY scale for a while. Many people enjoy this quick, ten-minute craft and […]

How to Recreate Panera’s Broccoli Soup

February 21, 2017 by


Panera is a very popular place to eat at any time of day. The homemade bread bowls and soups are some of the most popular menu options (next to the mac-and-cheese, of course). The fresh bread and fresh soup will warm you up on a cold winter night. Luckily, you can make it at home […]

Drink Green with a St. Paddy’s Day Shake!

March 16, 2016 by


St Patrick’s Day is 17 March, and many people are looking for recipes to make and share with friends. This mint milkshake is a perfect and easy dessert to share with your friends on St. Patrick’s Day. Ingredients you will need: 1 Pint of vanilla ice cream ¼ cup whole milk ½ teaspoon peppermint extract […]

Mortuary Science an Interesting Career Path

January 15, 2016 by


At Fleetwood Area High School, there are a lot of kids who have an idea of what they want to do when they are older. A very unique occupation is mortuary science. Some jobs in this field include morticians and funeral directors. There is a lot of criteria to become a mortician. First, they have to […]

Summer Means More Kebabs

April 21, 2015 by


Summer is right around the corner, and many people are excited to start eating their favorite foods. There are many summer recipes out there, but everyone should try these chicken kebabs. Ingredients: 1 cup plain whole milk Greek yogurt 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 teaspoons paprika ½ teaspoon cumin 1 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes 2 […]

Make Your Sweetie Pavlova for Valentine’s Day

February 10, 2015 by


This recipe is a great treat for Valentine’s Day. It is called Pavlova. Pavolva is a crisp white meringue layer filled with whipped cream and fresh fruit. To keep your meringue from being flat and grainy, try beating egg whites until stiff, but not until it’s dry. Also, when beating in sugar, beat in about […]

Strawberry Shortcake a Great Valentine’s Day Treat

February 9, 2015 by


Valentine’s Day is coming, and strawberry shortcakes are a great dish to make for your mom, dad, friend, or significant other. They are extremely simple to make and tasty too! They are a sweet treat and the perfect color for Valentine’s Day. Thanks to the Food Network, you can make them yourself! Preparation Time: 15 minutes Cook […]

Pumpkin Pie a Treat for All Fall Occasions

November 7, 2014 by


Do you love Pumpkin Pie? If you do, then try this recipe at home! Pumpkin Pie is a traditional fall and winter treat. It is very easy and fun to make, and it will be a great  dessert after Thanksgiving dinner, Christmas, or whenever you desire! What is great about this pie is that you […]

Butterfinger Caramel Apples Great for Fall Festivals

October 29, 2014 by


Have you ever run out of things to make? Do you want to satisfy your sweet tooth? Butterfinger Caramel Apples make a fun fall treat. They are simple and only take fifteen minutes to prepare. It would be great to make with a friend or for a Thanksgiving treat. Ingredients: • 6 lollipop or wooden […]

After-School Snacks Need Not Be Fatty

March 31, 2014 by


It’s after school, and you’re rummaging for a snack, but you’re getting sick of eating fatty foods.  There are plenty of healthy after-school snacks to eat. Be creative in your choices.  There are so many combinations and healthy ways to snack. It’s a well-known fact that eating small amounts of foods throughout the day will […]

Lasagna Grilled Cheese Sandwiches Are Fun and Easy

March 26, 2014 by


Grilled cheese sandwiches are great for making you feel better on a cold night. To make things even more interesting, combine them with Mama’s homemade lasagna and make lasagna grilled cheese sandwiches! This recipe makes two sandwiches. For ingredients, you will need to grab four slices of any kind of bread you like, 2 tablespoons […]

Apple Cider Vinegar Is Your All-Purpose Household Tool

February 13, 2014 by


Who knew there was so many different ways to use a product that you could find in your house? Apple cider vinegar, for example, is a multipurpose household item. Apple cider vinegar could be used to repel fleas and ticks off of your pet! If you mix three fourths of a spray bottle with apple […]

Peanut Butter Cup Cut-Out Cookies Make for a Sweet Holiday

December 12, 2013 by


Christmas time is almost here, and what better way to spread the cheer than making Christmas cookies? It is also a great way to spend time with family. To get started making these delicious peanut butter cup cookies, you need to purchase all of the ingredients and set them out on a counter so they […]

Steiner Family Chooses Deer over Dogs

June 6, 2013 by


Raising an animal big or small is a hard responsibility, although there are some animals that need a little more than just a sprinkle of fish food. I don’t have your normal house pet. My family and I have been raising deer for about 17 years, give or take. Our first deer we ever brought […]

Students Have Mixed Feelings toward Lasagna

March 20, 2013 by


Among the many Italian pasta dishes, lasagna is one of the most common. It is a relatively inexpensive pasta dish to make. Many students do have an opinion on how to prepare their pasta and how they eat it as well. Lasagna is one dish that can be simple but also extravagant depending on the […]