Whoopie Pies: Dozens of Mix'em, Match'em, Eat'em Up Recipes
I married a man from upstate New York. Every time we go back East, we have to get a box of "devil dogs". I grew up calling them Susie Qs, although devil dogs are drier and sweeter. Now, they're called whoopie pies, and they have evolved into quite the treat; Classic Chocolate, Red Velvet, Lemon, Peanut Butter, Pistachio-Cardamom, Vegan Vanilla, and Jalapeno Cornbread. Just to name a few.
Naruto, Ichigo, Rurouni Kenshin, OH MY! Be sure to stop by the Blue Springs North Branch for our Bi-Annual Cosplay Competition on Monday February 7, 2011 at 6:30 PM. It was so successful last year that we have decided to do it again. Dress like your favorite Anime character, or just come and watch. We want to make sure everyone is fully prepared for Naka Con this year. Snacks will be provided. Stick around after the competition for some Full Metal Alchemist.
Can’t wait to see you or whoever you come dressed as there!
When most people want to talk about a state that’s exciting or memorable, odds are, it’s on the coast. I’ve lost track how many times my friends in other countries have asked me where exactly Missouri is. I’ve even had people in other states ask me to remind them which side of the state Kansas City is on! By and large, Missouri might not seem like a remarkable state when you compare it to places like Virginia, Florida, New York, or California. But, I’ve done some digging into Missouri’s past, and I think I know why people try to forget about Missouri.
Tomorrow, January 25th, is the anniversary of the birth of Robert Burns, widely recognized as Scotland's national poet. Burns was born in Ayrshire, Scotland in 1759. His father was a tenant farmer, and Burns' early life was one of poverty and hardship. Though he had little regular schooling, Burns wrote original poems and songs, and he also collected many folk songs of Scotland. Some of his best known works are Auld Lang Syne, Scots Wha Hae, A Man's A Man for A' That, To
I'm surrounded by books. There's both fiction and non-fiction, and even the picture books are beautiful. They are all so tempting, but I can’t read them all. So many look really good. So the other day, I picked up a fiction book by an author I never read. He's a bestselling author, so I ought to at least sample him, right?
And. Or. But. These are conjunctions, and now I have a song stuck in my head. Do you know the song I’m referring to? First aired in 1973 on a program called Schoolhouse Rock, the lyrics started out: "Conjunction Junction, what's your function? Hooking up words and phrases and clauses…" Now, does that ring a bell? The song featured a cartoon train engineer, and the catchy tune and lyrics had children not only singing along, but learning too!
Have An MPACT on Your Special Needs Child's Education
Being the grandmother of a child with Asperger's Syndrome, I have watched my daughter struggle with the responsibility of being the parent of a special needs child. School is quite challenging for my grandson as he tries to navigate in a world that he doesn't see the way other children do. To him, his view of the world is the normal one, and we are all aliens.
I am rather fond of the TV series Castle starring Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic. Fillion plays Rick Castle, who is a mystery author shadowing police detective Kate Beckett (Katic) to get inspiration for his novels. Two of his bestsellers are novels Heat Wave and Naked Heat.
New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago are all glamorous locales, but I’m from Kansas City. Being a native resident, I don’t know what it means to grow up anywhere but the City of Fountains. While I’m not a movie star, freak athlete, or household name, Kansas City has produced more than a few.
Here are some of Kansas City’s most famous people: