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Recipe makes oodles of strudel

Recipe makes oodles of strudel

Food For Thought With more than 6,000 varieties, apples have been around since ancient times. There is the famous apple tree in the Garden of Eden, and there is evidence of sun-dried apples having been eaten during the Stone Age.
Excellent but inoperable

Excellent but inoperable

On behalf of the Board of Education of School District No. 57 (Prince George) I am compelled to respond to letters that appeared recently in the Prince George Citizen.
Missing cats

Missing cats

I am hoping through writing this letter that my neighbours and I might get some information on the whereabouts of cats missing in our 5th and Tabor neighborhood.
Big industry main cause of bad air

Big industry main cause of bad air

The city has released a new Clean Air Bylaw recently, which is posted on www.city.pg.bc.ca/.
Special needs kids shouldnÂ’t write FSAs

Special needs kids shouldnÂ’t write FSAs

In response to your "scribing" story As a fellow parent of a 10-year-old special-needs child enroled in the district, I fully agree with the parents, and find this appalling.
Knife missed by security

Knife missed by security

I just thought I would bring something to the attention of travellers. I tend to carry a Swiss Army pocket knife in my purse. It has often come in handy when there is a loose screw or something needs cutting.
Follow the rules and babies will be cool

Follow the rules and babies will be cool

All too often at the BCSPCA shelter staff find folks surrendering pets because they are expecting a new human baby. Pets are not disposable. With a bit of work, pets and babies can live harmoniously.
The empty chair

The empty chair

This past December we were in Vancouver visiting family and friends. We had just returned from a gathering late one evening to my parents' home. We stumbled up the unlit back porch and I fished for the key.
Chronic pain clinic underfunded

Chronic pain clinic underfunded

Prince George hospital is priding itself on the addition of "university" included in its name.
Roasted shallots offer delicate flavour

Roasted shallots offer delicate flavour

This week's column is written by Chef Tony Rechsteiner, who has been a chef for 38 years. Originally from Australia, he is a Certified Chef de Cuisine (C.C.C.) and instructor in CNC's Professional Cook Program.