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Knock your socks off with this pumpkin pie!

By Dana Zia, The Golightly Gourmet Let’s face it, Thanksgiving is about pie. I know, I know, there is family, turkey, thankfulness and the beginning of the Christmas season wrapped up in there too. But, it’s really all about pie. Pumpkin pie, apple pie, pecan pie, coconut cream pie, you name it, one or more of those pies will grace 80 percent of the country’s Thanksgiving table. According to the American Pie Council, (yes, there really is a pie council!),... Read more →

Rockaway Beach Foodies – Eating Local While Making New Friends

By Lynn St. Georges Some might find the term “foodie” to be an appropriate description of a food snob, but the Rockaway Beach Foodies group is anything but snobbish. “A common love of food and food culture” is the only requirement to be a member of the Rockaway Beach Foodies group on Facebook according to its founder, Mike Arseneault. The public group is one of several groups that Arseneault started “with the sole purpose of elevating arts and culture in... Read more →

Appetizers, Hors d’oeuvres, and Canapés, Oh My!

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Tillamook County Pioneer is excited to introduce Judith Yamada, the “Kitchen Maven” an experienced food writer, professional cook and Master Gardener. According to Judith, “A love of garden fresh delicious food, and the desire to share and teach are the components of Kitchen Maven’s culinary world. I enjoy creating recipes, reading cookbooks, writing about food, entering food contests, facilitating culinary team-building parties and teaching kids to cook. A lifetime love of gardening and entertaining brings me here... Read more →

Holiday Kids Fair Friday Nov. 24 in Manzanita, Pine Grove Community House from 5 to 8 pm

Need something for the whole family to do after a day of shopping? Come to the Pine Grove for an evening of family fun on Friday, November 24 from 5 pm to 8 pm. Local organizations and non-profits will have tables with special hands-on arts and crafts projects for kids to make. Enjoy light refreshments, music from Matt Didlake, and a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus. It’s a great way for families to get to know the wonderful organizations... Read more →

Join Manzanita merchants for “Plaid Friday” on November 24

The name Plaid Friday was conceived from the idea of weaving the individual threads of small businesses together to create a strong fabric that celebrates the diversity and creativity of independent businesses. Plaid Friday is the relaxing and enjoyable alternative to the big box store “Black Friday,” and is designed to promote both local and independently owned businesses during the holidays. CHECK OUT THESE DEALS: Unfurl (447 Laneda Ave): Various deals throughout the shop – Drawing for an Eli Halpin... Read more →

ASTROLOGY: Scorpio New Moon

By Madame Dana Zia “We seek not rest but transformation. We are dancing through each other as doorways.” Marge Piercy The Scorpio New Moon on November 18 is arriving in the deep dark of the night under the cover of the velvety stars. Venus and Jupiter are also present in this passionate and complex sign to add even more oomph to this new Moon. As this New Moon arrives, we’re plunged into the shadows of the unseen universe within ourselves.... Read more →

By Extension: Do not wash the turkey! And other helpful tips for turkey day

By Nancy Kershaw & Jessica Linnell, Family & Community Health, OSU Extension Service Tillamook When it comes to preparing, cooking, and storing Thanksgiving dishes, there are a number of things to plan for. An important consideration is potential food safety hazards that can pose serious risks to your family’s health. During Thanksgiving, protect your family from start to finish with these five tips from Oregon State University Extension Service Family & Community Health Food Preservation & Safety program. 1. Thaw... Read more →

Letter to Editor: From Kate and Brian Johnstone – Heartfelt Thank Yous

On the evening of October 19th, 2017 we lost our house and all our belongings to a house fire. In the aftermath of that tragedy, the wonderful community in which we live, came to our aid immediately. We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to the community as a whole, and especially to the brave firefighters of the Nehalem Bay Fire Department, and the Tillamook County Sheriff (unfortunately, we didn’t get his name) who just happened to be driving... Read more →

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