As humans, we need water, food and sleep. OK — more than that. We also need a good immune system, among other things. But thanks to plants and the sun, we as humans can eat, breathe and live.
DEAR ABBY: I take care of my daughter-in-law’s taxes and have for the past 15 years. I have never charged her for it. When she brings me the paperwork, it is always a mess.
Chef David Guas is owner of Bayou Bakery, Coffee Bar & Eatery in Virginia. He has passed on his love for hunting to his son Kemp. Guas has taught his son to harvest ethically, to offer thanks to the fowl that’s given its life, and to honor each one by preparing the whole bird to eat. He shares is recipe for Wild Duck Gumbo.
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In the August/September issue of Covey Rise magazine, David Guas, the down-to-earth television personality and chef, whose Bayou Bakery, Coffee Bar & Eatery is a popular fixture in northern Vir
DEAR ABBY: My wife died unexpectedly two years ago, after 18 years of a happy marriage and two kids. While we are doing as well as can be expected, one thing seems to set my grief off.
“I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!” When Howard Johnson, Billy Moll and Robert A.