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Beethoven Birthday Supper: Recipes For The Composer’s Favorite Food

What would Beethoven do when he was hungry? He’d have mac and cheese! The Viennese version, of course: Kaesespaetzle, or “cheese noodles;” tiny dumplings topped with crispy onions. For Ludwig’s 250th anniversary year, may we suggest he spice things up with a pepper and a sprig of rosemary? How about some Cougar Gold instead of that Parmigiano-Reggiano? Keep reading for Kaesespaetzle, Cougar Gold and Thom Kokenge’s fondly-remembered “bachelor food” mac and cheese recipes. Continue Reading Beethoven Birthday Supper: Recipes For The Composer’s Favorite Food

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Kayeloni Scott and Mary Jane Miles

StoryCorps Northwest: Finding Self Worth, Higher Education And Dealing With Addiction

Nez Perce tribal member Mary Jane Miles was two when her mother died. That was the start of a series of difficult events in Mary Jane’s life. But she persevered to earn an education and come to terms with alcohol addiction. She spoke with her friend and colleague, Kayeloni Scott, for StoryCorps Northwest. Continue Reading StoryCorps Northwest: Finding Self Worth, Higher Education And Dealing With Addiction

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