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The Starving Chef Recipe: Sweet & Sour Orange Chicken

A tantalizing take on a popular Chinese takeout-inspired dish, the flavors of Asian cuisine combine perfectly to bring out the ideal blend of sweet and sour. Sweet & Sour Orange Chicken Prep time: 30 minutesCook time: 30 minutesServes: 4 Ingredients For Sauce:¼ C corn starch¼ C water1 orange, zested & juiced2 T rice...

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Cory’s Hair Studio & Day Spa turns out stunning brides and bridal parties, and the talented team of stylists will even come to you

Oftentimes hairdressers become trusted friends. Sometimes they even become part of a client’s extended family, there for the biggest moments—most notably weddings. At Cory’s Hair Studio & Day Spa, many of the hairstylists have been beautifying generations of family members. “I take pride in my clients who have been with me...

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Kaye Construction bucks the trends by zeroing in on the style that defines each home they work on

Just when you start liking the small mosaic flooring tiles, the large-scale 12-by-24 tiles are now popping up everywhere in home décor magazines and on social media. And if you changed your fixtures and knobs to brushed nickel recently, look out for gorgeous new champagne gold kitchen and bath fixtures. What does all this mean for homeowners?...

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Meet the Artist: Peg Mayor

Inspiration can be found in many forms, even with just a simple glance. What may be overlooked as a pile of hodge-podge to the untrained eye opens up a world of opportunity for local knitter Peg Mayor. “My very favorite way to create is to have a pile of materials and no set plan,” Peg says. “Making something out of nothing might be my...

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Here’s how you can set your trees up for spring success

If you peek at your trees in February, it’s hard to visualize anything but barren branches against a white blanket of snow. While any notions of a green leafy canopy may seem distant and remote, it’s time to spring into action. In the winter, trees stand in stark relief and are dormant, making it an ideal time to prune without interrupting...

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