by Megan Rosten View more of her recipes on her blog 1 stick (1/2 c.) butter, softened 2 tsp. basil 1 tsp. garlic powder 1/2 tsp. black pepper 4 Tbsp. Mayonnaise (reduced-fat is fine) 8 oz. Cream Cheese (I use reduced-fat), softened 1 c. half & half 2 c. grated […]
by Megan Rosten View all of her recipes on her blog 18 1/2 oz. box chocolate cake mix 8 oz. package cream cheese (I use reduced-fat) 1 egg 1/3 c. sugar pinch of salt 6 oz. chocolate chips (mini work the best)
Wasabi and Panko-Crusted Pork with Gingered Soy Sauce
By Megan Rosten View all of her recipes at: diaryofarecipeaddict.blogspot.com 2/3 cup panko (Japanese breadcrumbs) 1 large egg white, lightly beaten ( I used an entire egg) 4 (4-ounce) boneless center-cut loin pork chops (about 1/2 inch thick) 1 teaspoon peanut oil (I had to use more to get them […]
Go! Find Adventure!
by Karen Ehrens I bet you knew that Bismarck and Mandan have great parks systems. But, did you know that families who have access to parks and playgrounds and use them are more active than those who don’t? The Go! Bismarck Mandan coalition is partnering with local parks to help […]
Prioritizing wellness: How to advance your yoga practice
By Amanda Mack For many, yoga is a kind of calling. It calls us to be more present in our lives, more flexible in our bodies and minds, and more interested in the pursuit of wellness. Finding the ability to justify its importance in our lives is often the limiting […]
Satisfying, Healthy and Economical by Pam Vukelic It’s time for the heavy soups of winter to give way to lighter fare. Noodles, the most popular food in Southeast Asia, and especially popular in Japan, offer a base with endless possibilities. Serve them warm or chilled with a few vegetables, a […]
Teenager inspires community to bring kid-friendly healthcare to Bismarck by Kim Singer Amber Des Roches was just 11 years old when she was diagnosed with leukemia, and she spent four years in and out of Medcenter One Children’s Hospital. While undergoing treatment, Amber envisioned a place where children could escape […]
Red Cross Ruby Force Bucket List Event
Red Cross Ruby Force and new event designed to harness and celebrate the power of women by Marnie Piehl The West Dakota Chapter of the Red Cross is kicking off its women’s philanthropic group, the Ruby Force, with an event designed to celebrate women’s friendships and philanthropic power.
Spring Cleaning Tips
by Tina Ding Ever dread walking through your kitchen or laundry room? Have you misplaced bills or other important paperwork? Junk distracts the best of us. Piles of mail or overfilled closets seem insurmountable. After de-cluttering and purging, daily housekeeping becomes manageable. Whether approaching a serious project or simply spring […]
Physical Therapy: A Treatment Option for Many Injuries and Conditions
By Kylie Blanchard Have you been hampered by an injury that just doesn’t heal? Has an ache, strain or twinge appeared in a muscle or joint causing you pain and discomfort? Have you tried treatments that just haven’t made your condition better? If this sounds familiar, physical therapy may be […]