Too Many Cooks archive for April 2012

TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 2012

Camelina oil an alternative to olive oil

The Greenwalt family of Ritzville is growing little-known camelina. They planted the oil seed and first pressed it in May 2011 and are now selling oil from the crop as Camelina Gold. My story about them will be in Wednesday's Food section, including details on...

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TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2012

Hisako Akiyama, 89, Emi Suemori, 90 and Charlotte Tetsuka, 86, help with senbei quality control and packaging at Highland Park United Methodist Church. (Lorie Hutson)

Making senbei

The members of Highland Park United Methodist church worked hard for two days last week on traditional Japanese senbei crackers for an upcoming fundraiser as part of Japan Week festivities. Church members, many of them Japanese-Americans, make the crunchy, salty and sweet rice crackers for...

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 2012

Dysphagia cookbook  

Dysphagia is a disorder that makes it difficult for people chew and swallow. Students in the joint Washington State University and Eastern Washington University communications disorders program held a special potluck as part of a class assignment to share recipes for easy-to-swallow foods for fictional...

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