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February 19, 2009
Bill Clinton wore one. So did Martha Stewart, Beyoncé, Elton John and Suze Orman. They made milk mustaches fashionable. But even before we ?got? it, milk was already a longtime comfort food for most of us?heck, we were weaned on it. Many populations around the globe don?t touch it after childhood. But we Americans have it in our main meals, on cereal, in lattes, in ice cream and we continue to drink it into adulthood. Scientists agree that after the age of 35, bone mass does not increase.
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By Ruth Longoria | November 13, 2008
Got a craving for guacamole and chips? How about a burrito stuffed with steak, salsa, sour cream, beans and cheese, or some other combination of traditional Mexican fare? If you haven?t already visited the La Cañada Town Center?s new Chipotle Mexican Grill, this Friday, Nov. 14, might be the time to enjoy some great food and help raise money for the La Cañada High School Spartans in the process. The gourmet burrito restaurant ? which officially opened last week in La Cañada ?
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By Loa Blasucci | July 6, 2011
In the 1950s, owners of a dude ranch in Southern California came up with a new salad dressing to serve their guests. They called it ranch dressing and you know the rest of the story. Today it’s an empire, and pretty much anything that’s not nailed down has been dipped in it and consumed. I recently saw teenagers at an eatery here on Foothill Boulevard dipping pizza into ranch dressing. Having just written that, you may be expecting an article about the fat content of the aforementioned snack, but I have bigger ranch-dipped fish to fry. Let’s say the average Joe will put about four tablespoons of ranch dressing on a salad — the specially-designed wide mouth bottle is difficult to stop pouring, but we’ll assume it stops at 4 tablespoons and quantify that serving.
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August 25, 2005
Senior Girl Scouts Amanda Gartside, Remy deBrauwere, Abigail Chang and Jessica Pih demonstrated their love of reading for their Girl Scout Gold Awards at New Horizons in July. New Horizons Family Center, serving the children of South Glendale, had the opportunity to appreciate reading through different mediums. The mission of New Horizons Family Center is to foster the healthy development of children and families with the goals of child abuse prevention, school readiness, personal-social effectiveness, child mental health and positive family relationships.
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By Jake Armstrong | August 19, 2004
Area students do appear to be making healthier meal choices While diet trends have reshaped the offerings diners encounter at restaurants, public school cafeteria menus are not experiencing the same changes that have removed the buns from burgers and the crust from pizza. A growing number of eateries now offer items compatible with low-carbohydrate diets. But the program that sets guidelines for menus at public and nonprofit private schools does not give school nutrition officials the option of including low-carb menu items.
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August 16, 2007
Jane Frost Rutherford Essen of La Cañada, born Aug. 24, 1919 in New York, passed on peacefully Aug. 9 at the Broadview Nursing Home in Los Angeles after a brief illness. Jane was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and relative of poet Robert Frost. She spent most of her early life on the East Coast, attending high school in Riverton, N.J. Jane graduated from Principia College in Illinois in 1941 and then moved to Boston to work for the Christian Science Monitor.
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September 16, 2004
Dining with Duvall by Lynn Duvall At our house, we like to experiment with ingredients for a chef's salad. This week's column is a chef's salad of topics, generated from my mailbox, e-mail, and phone messages. Joyce and Fred Brumbacher, a retired couple from La Crescenta, were among the readers who accepted my challenge to try an unusual grand-prize winning Portobello mushroom pork chop recipe. Joyce said, "I can't take the credit. It was my husband who insisted we try it."
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March 25, 2010
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February 19, 2009
Bill Clinton wore one. So did Martha Stewart, Beyoncé, Elton John and Suze Orman. They made milk mustaches fashionable. But even before we ?got? it, milk was already a longtime comfort food for most of us?heck, we were weaned on it. Many populations around the globe don?t touch it after childhood. But we Americans have it in our main meals, on cereal, in lattes, in ice cream and we continue to drink it into adulthood. Scientists agree that after the age of 35, bone mass does not increase.
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