Hear from students, professionals and teachers themselves why teaching matters. This video promotes the many benefits of being a teacher. It also answers the question what is a teacher? Please watch, enjoy and be a teacher!
As fun as it may sound, it’s not that easy. In this case, we’re not talking about literally “shaking” your blues away (even though that can sometimes help), but how to get rid of those sad feelings. We’re asking for your help too!
Happy Body/Hot Life columnist Chris Linnares shares a fan email and the troubles she’s been going through. Chris explains how she overcame these same feelings and how you can help too.
Join Hungry For More’s Jim Manney and LaurelLee Loftsgard and learn how a simple brine can take your basic chicken to the next level!
2 ½ Cups Water
2 Tablespoons Kosher Salt
2 Bay Leaf
Heat water and salt until salt dissolves. Squeeze in lemon juice, and lemon rind, peppercorns, bay leaf and any other herb or spices you wish to incorporate. Take off the heat and let cool completely. Pour over chicken, turkey or pork and keep in a resealable bag in the refrigerator up to 8 hours. Make enough so all of the meat is covered, double or triple if necessary.
Note: To speed up the process, heat only half the water needed and after you remove the pan from the heat add the remaining liquid amount as ice to help cool.
Brined Chicken Breast
1 lb. Chicken Breast
1 Tablespoon Olive Oil
Heat over to 400. If you used a brine, remove chicken from the liquid, rinse with cold water and pat dry with a paper towel. Season with pepper (and salt if you didn’t brine). Heat saute pan over medium high heat, add olive oil and carefully place chicken breast in the pan. Make sure there is enough room so the chicken isn’t crowded. Brown chicken breast on both sides and finish in the oven (about 10 minutes or until internal temperature reaches 165F)
Salt and Pepper
Heat oven to 400. Wash and and dry break off woody stems of asparagus. Place asparagus in a single layer on baking sheet, drizzle with olive oil, sprinkle with salt and pepper and roast for 25 minutes. Asparagus should be tender but crisp.
While here at The Great Indoors we like to tell you all about the finer things inside (food, drinks, entertaining, decorating, etc) we’re not opposed to taking it outdoors for awhile especially on these nice, warm summer days.
This summer, Tracy hit both Ribfest and the Downtown Fargo Street Fair to learn more about rib making and pork chop grilling. (Do we see a theme here?)
This week Patrick Kasper, a man about town and all-around fabulous guy, is also taking to the streets as a guest contributor.
He’s asking a simple question: Puppies, Kitties or Babies?
Real women talking about real issues. Should mom’s be graded on their parenting?
The most beautiful thing you can do is give back. The Diva Connection Foundation’s motto, “Give, Connect, Receive” is an extremely powerful one. It Connects fabulous women who want to Give their time, talent or treasure to strong women who are ready to Receive. Help women help each other become more powerful and transform their life.
Happy Body/Hot Life columnist and Diva Connection Foundation founder Chris Linnares and Executive Director Nicole Phillips tell a little bit about the foundation and how it’s helped shape their lives and how they hope it helps shape the lives of others.
You know how easy it is to dry out pork on the grill. So why do those pork chops grilled by the Underwood Lions every year at the Downtown Fargo Street Fair always taste so good?
The Lions have been grilling pork chops at the Street Fair for more than a dozen years. They’re served every year by employees of The Forum and WDAY (who try hard not to sneak samples).
So what’s the secret to those Lion’s pork chops? Tracy Briggs caught up with John Quaale the man who started it all.
The money raised from pork chop sales go to charities around the region. Recently, the Underwood Lions donated $10,000 towards a veteran’s memorial.
Only 2% of women think they are beautiful. How can that be? We need to believe in ourselves and know that we’re beautiful. We need to know our identity.
Happy Body/Hot Life columnist Chris Linnares speaks at Mikey Hoeven’s Women’s Wellness Expo about how we can be our most powerful and wonderful selves which is by having faith in ourselves and our identity.
Things in life can be heard, scary and downright unfair. No one deserves to get sick, no one deserves to feel pain; but you have to do your best to get through it. Though it may seem impossible, the best thing you can do is stay positive and believe in yourself and we know a woman who does that and much more!
Happy Body/Hot Life columnist Chris Linnares talks with Amanda Lea, morning radio host on Froggy 99.9 and her mother Barb about Barb’s battle with cancer and the curve balls life has thrown at her. Not only that, but how she’s managed to stay the positive and amazing person she is.