Shortage of stellar bites in Stark County? Hardly. But if you are looking to add a few more outstanding edibles to your list of favorites, look no further. Our foodies dish up their picks for must-eat foods in Stark County. Of the dozen delectables, their choices range from lobster tails to a snickerdoodle cookie to Thanksgiving dinner. Bon appétit!
Picture this. Three moms, four little girls and too many suitcases to count all packed tightly into one small minivan for a long weekend trip to Chicago.
Cookbooks are multifunctional reading material. Cooks can devour their text. Foodies can refer to their recipes. People who just like to eat can scan their photographs and salivate tastefully. Or, people who promise to “learn how to cook” can shove them onto a shelf for later.
Stay home or go out? Change from slippers to shoes? Get busy cooking, or get into the car? You’d like to stay cozy at home, but you’re craving your favorite restaurant dish. Many Stark County restaurants don’t make you choose.
Jewelry designer splits her time between here and Los Angeles. You could say Dana Schneider lives in two vastly different worlds. Most of the time, she is here in Stark County, where she designs and creates jewelry.
The best parent is both parents. It’s a simple statement, but often not an option. However, it is the motto that Safe Haven of Stark County uses in its day-to-day work. The group aims to help heal the emotional wounds children get from parents who are going through a divorce and other legal issues.
Find out what makes these two local stations different from all of the others. Tired of blaring radio commercials? Wondering what happened to local news and information on the radio? Fed up with hearing the same pop song or tired old rock classic over and over and over again? Maybe you just want to hear some strings?
I am the volunteer host for the Channel 11 TV show “State of the Arts.” I have been in that position for more than 10 years. My participation in the arts began as a child dancing all by myself to “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” by the Andrews Sisters (1944).
The Karcher Group, guest bartender night at Picciano's