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Letters: Story about South Bend church's soup kitchen was warm and comforting

I must write to say how much I was touched by Kathy Borlik’s article (Jan. 6), “Volunteers at St. Augustine’s soup kitchen in South Bend offer warmth for everyone.” With media reports about what is go... read more

Teach me wonderful things

Some come from families who helped in soup kitchens and food pantries, who sang in nursing homes or taught church religion classes ... for three and a half years in a South Bend Juvenile Correctional ... read more

Irish Legends: Subway Alumni, Part II

"I had never been to the campus but my long association as a fan made me the "expert" in the group that departed the next day for South Bend. Here I was a US Army ... Bowl against Houston and the chic... read more

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3 Dishes: Guy Davies of Good City Brewing

"It's been a real journey for us this year," notes Chef Guy Davies of Good City Brewing. "We didn't really know what ... radish and a little bit of chili. It's comforting. And it's warm. And it's perf... read more


Spoon Optional soups keep mealtime portable

Especially at this time of year, homemade soup satisfies our winter appetites in so many ways — warming and comforting. But good homemade ... her passion for healthy food and soup-making into her kitc... read more

Open Door Soup Kitchen serves first lunch at new Glens Falls location

And there are many good people here who have been working with us and will continue to work with us," said the Rev. Bruce Hersey, the soup kitchen's executive director. The Open Door had to leave its ... read more

LOVINA'S AMISH KITCHEN: Huge soup recipe for canning given

We’re having another warm day with the temperature in the mid-60s ... A reader requested my vegetable soup recipe to can. I really don’t have a recipe but tried to write one down as close as I could t... read more

Roasted vegetables create a flavorful stock for this summer soup

The end of summer delivers bushels of sweet peppers, corn and tomatoes to my kitchen. At the same time, the whisper of fall in the air brings a craving for warm soups layered ... the stock for a healt... read more

McCain Spokesman's Retort: Obama Lives in "a Frickin' Mansion"

SEDONA, Ariz. -- A spokesman for Sen. John McCain vowed to retaliate against today's story about how many houses the GOP candidate owns with a renewed focus on Sen. Barack Obama's ties to a Chicago de... read more

5 Questions with ... Laura Jahr, Staley Museum director, Hieronymus Mueller Museum assistant director

What is it about local history that interests you? The best part of local history is that it's our community's story. When we look at these artifacts, look at photographs or documents, we're not just ... read more

Family Tradition

After considering typing them, then scrapbooking them, she came up with the idea that she would like to make a cookbook similar to those compiled by many churches ... It made quite a lot and was a nic... read more

Personal account of tsunami and aftermath in Japan

The city stretches away from the port in three “legs”; one wends west through a narrow river valley to the iron mine that gives the town its industry, one stretches south toward Ofunato ... Myself, no... read more



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