Historical Anecdotes | Vision | rdrnews.com

Today, I continue with the story about the Walker Air Force Base with the following article, printed in the Roswell Daily Record on Feb. 12, 1957, that tells of the Walker Air Base kitchen, which was designed to prepare all “in-flight” meals for its military planes. Additionally, I have more information about combat food, courtesy … Read more

What is Dried Beef, and Can I Make Stew Out of It?

Photo: Josh Wussow Sometimes cooking is more “Can I do this thing?” than “Should I do this thing?” You get an idea in your head, and the combinations of flavors and methods spiral down into new realms of possibility. This is how we wind up with deep-fried sushi rolls, or peanut butter on cheeseburgers. Or, … Read more

daily planner | What’s happening in Lake Havasu City? | Lifestyle

Thursday • VFW Post 9401, Lunch 11 am to 2 pm Guests Welcome. Information: 928-855-5374. The kitchen at the VFW will be closed Aug. 8 to Sept. 10 for cleaning. Sandwiches, hot dogs and chili will still be served. • American Legion Post 81, lunch 11 am-1 pm Legion Golf, Wii bowling 4 – 7 … Read more

The Great Plant-Based Egg Taste Test

Photo: chris hatler I eat eggs almost every morning, scrambled with a pinch of salt and topped with a few cracks of black pepper and a dash of hot sauce. So when I saw a TV advertisement featuring Serena Williams digging into a plant-based scramble that looked like the real thing, I was intrigued—and a … Read more