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Wednesday, June 9, 2004

News

Here's a list of all stories that were posted online June 9, 2004

Powdered milk idea lacks fans
The days of stretching the family budget with a shot of powdered milk may be over. Readers remembered -- oh, how they remembered -- mixing dry milk to make the staple last. Some raised families of five and six on powdered milk. One even tricked her siblings into thinking it was the real thing by mixing powdered milk and serving it in a saved milk carton.

Grilled to order
Barbecue guru and TV chef Steven Raichlen published a book several years ago titled “The Barbecue Bible.” It wasn't. Sure, it had 500 recipes, but mostly for things beyond the average backyard barbecuer's range, such as (actual recipe title) “Javanese Long Bean Salad Plate with Cabbage Wedges.”

Chef knows his mushrooms
Jack Czarnecki raked away a layer of pine needles to expose chocolate-brown earth, in search of the Oregon white truffle.

‘Best Recipes’ pulls together best from ’03-04
I have a habit of reading through Wednesday's IN Food section, drooling over delicious recipes and then completely forgetting to clip them out.

No, Hepatitis A does not damage the liver
DEAR DR. DONOHUE: You have written about hepatitis B and C, but I haven't seen anything on hepatitis A. I had it. Will it cause liver problems in the future? -- T.S.

Wonderful deals on ice cream

Ice-cream sales tend to peak in the summer, and for good reason: A cold treat on a hot day just seems to make sense to people. But another trend is on the horizon this year -- rising ice-cream prices.

Pasta and fresh tomatoes create a natural
In less time than it takes to call out for dinner and wait for delivery you can have a hearty meal on the table -- if you have pasta and a few fresh tomatoes on hand.

Zach cuts off booze for Erica on ‘All My Children’
ALL MY CHILDREN: Zach cut off Erica's liquor supply and warned her to stay sober. As Babe wrestled with a decision to tell Bianca and JR the truth about Bess, David offered to help Kendall, Greenlee and Ryan get a DNA sample from Bess to determine if she really is Bianca's daughter. Reggie inadvertently triggered an outburst by Lily. Krystal broke off her budding relationship with David and asked Tad out on a date. Bianca tried to persuade Kendall to give up her pursuit of Ryan and leave him to Greenlee. Anita