• Savory Greek Yogurt Gobbetti with Olives

    I venture to guess that every home cook has one dish that has yet to be perfected. For many experienced cooks that dish may be Coq au Vin, Baked Alaska, or any type of Soufflé. Me? I struggle with macaroni and cheese. It’s a cruel kitchen irony that I, a Southern-born cook, fear elbow pasta and can’t fathom the equation of cheeses that will equal a creamy, velvety pasta and cheese dish. I shun cheese substitutes, so these are not options.

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  • Litehouse Foods Supports Local Fundraiser for Children with Autism

    Litehouse Foods recently participated in a local fundraiser that supports children with autism and their families. The fundraiser was a bicycle fun ride coordinated by CHAFE 150 that benefitted the Lake Pend Oreille School District.  Litehouse Foods donated truck service; 108 bikes were picked up in Sandpoint, ID and gently transported 80 miles away to the starting point in Troy, Montana so that riders could begin the ride. The bicycle ride is known for its camaraderie among riders and fun stops along the way. The ride was timed and riders interested in competing were encouraged to do so.

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  • Tailgate Time – Score Big Taste with Homestyle Ranch Cornbread Muffins & Veggie Salad

    Even though I’m married to an ex-high school quarterback and am mothering our pint-sized progeny who can really tear it up on the turf himself, I don’t know squat about the rules of football. Sure, I can tell when a touchdown is scored and can sense when something is going badly based on the crowd’s rowdy reaction. Other than these obvious tip-offs, I’m a failure at football fandom -- except when it comes to tailgating.

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