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Wyoming might be the perfect state for a road trip. You can lose yourself on its backroads, gaze at the beauty of its incredible remoteness an…

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A Wyoming summer feels like it's over in an instant. We wait through the winter, the endless wind, the fall snows and spring rains. Finally, t…

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When Sharon and Walt Merschat bought a house on North Washington Street, it had been vacant for two years. Nothing was living in the yard save…

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Life is best shared and sojourned in relationship with others. Yet, solidarity does not often come easily in Wyoming, a place where survival o…

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We're drawn to Wyoming for its open spaces, for its mountains and prairies, for its hiking, fishing and other outdoor pursuits. And for good r…

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Have you discovered midcentury-modern style and gone hunting for a great piece of furniture from the era?

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I have put together an eclectic selection of pies from the British Isles. The most famous is the Cornish pasty, but we also do sausage rolls a…

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It can be easy during the dark days of winter to excuse ourselves from participating in activity in favor of staying warm and dry. Now that su…

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We're going to come at this one a little backward, and you're going to love us for it.

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During our last round of drinks, we explored how we can support local businesses and agriculture through the foods we choose to eat. I continu…

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This is a great dish to prepare in advance. You can either eat it hot accompanied by a green salad or rice and vegetables, or pack it for a picnic.

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Advice is easy to come by. We are constantly exposed to multiple, and often times conflicting, messages about how to live a “healthy” life. We…

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Living in Wyoming, it’s easy to take for granted things others go to great lengths to find.

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The holidays: a time for merriment, joy, food and fun. But before the fun begins, there’s the planning, the packing, the traveling and the oth…

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Moussaka is like a Greek version of Shepherd’s Pie, or Lasagna, it is a Mediterranean casserole layered with ground meat, white sauce, eggplan…

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I've never been a big fan of the holiday season. 

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Give thanks with a grateful heart. That theme keeps resounding in my mind these days. In their own way, each of the upcoming holidays reminds …

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Practicing portion control is not only useful for successful weight loss goal attainment but also for establishing and teaching balanced and h…

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Many of us remember pressure cookers as the belching, steaming pot with the funny-looking lid that rattled away on our grandmother's stove.

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Peanut butter and jelly. Peaches and cream. Jack and Jill. Simon and Garfunkel.

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Setting a goal is the easy part: identify what is desired. The second step is working to achieving it. However, it’s the getting to work part …

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It’s the middle of Lent and we are all probably looking for something fresh and “spring” like (even if spring is considerably later here than …

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It’s my burden of proof again this month to demonstrate that cocktails deserve an artistic companion to enhance the experience and teach the i…

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There is no shortage of nutrition information and misinformation (more of the latter in some cases). It's available online, in magazines and o…

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As the weather warms, we all want to head outdoors and sample some of the delights of summer. Since we have such a short season, it is nice to…

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When it comes to dietary practices, everyone has an opinion or a new fad “food rule” to follow for “best results.” But what really is the “bes…

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One of the longest-standing myths in fitness and exercise is the belief that a high-quality workout requires a pricey gym membership and costl…