Author: Sydne

12 Jan The Art of Substitution

A little ingenuity goes a long way for dieters by Sydne George Food Writerfor the Great Falls Tribune  [caption id="attachment_642" align="alignleft" width="528" caption="Italian Chicken Cutlet Medallions"][/caption]     Signaling the start of the New Year is the relentless ripple of setting resolu­tions. It seems like everywhere you go, there’s the buzz...

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03 Nov Cooking with Candy

Baker has a trick up her sleeve to deal with treats Peanut butter cookies are even better when topped with a Snickers slice By SYDNE GEORGE For the Tribune The post-trick-or-treating dumping of the Halloween loot out of the pillowcas­es and onto the living room floor begs the...

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20 Oct South Carolina proves good, gracious

Perdita's Fruit de Mer at Carolina's    South Carolina proves good, gracious by Sydne George  Mark Twain once said, “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do … Explore. Dream. Discover.” Seems like good advice to...

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15 Sep ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ and feast like an Italian

Homemade biscotti SYDNE GEORGE PHOTO     Elizabeth Gilbert fans every­where are pouring into theaters to eat, pray and love alongside Julia Roberts, in director Ryan Murphy’s movie adaptation of Gilbert’s best-selling book “Eat, Pray, Love: One Woman’s Search for Everything Across Italy, India and Indonesia.” Gilbert’s memoir, which came...

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