What Kuchta colorfully described as “Christmas in a cup—everyone loves it,” this deliciously creamy drink is smooth going down, tastes just like an oatmeal cookie, but then has a pleasant cinnamon bite at the end.
Scores of people put on their walking shoes and headed out to the Park at River Walk for the annual Mothers Against Drunk Driving’s Walk Like MADD event. Proceeds went to benefit the nonprofit’s endeavors, including ending drunk driving, underage drinking, and to be a support to both victims and survivors of drunk driving.
Part Two: We’ve once again compiled a list of flavorful dishes from great restaurants that are guaranteed to fill you up without emptying your wallet. And we’ve got a few special dishes peppered throughout the list this year, but more on that later.
Simple changes in surroundings help keep elderly loved ones safe.
Aging is an inevitable part of life and for most adults the thought of moving into a nursing home or a senior care facility can be frightening. But the reason so many choose this option is because of the safety and security provided by living in a space free of obstacles and common household items that can be a hindrance.
This annual food and wine event had everyone oohing and ahhing over scrumptious finger foods and sweet treats created by local chefs, as well as the ample selection of wines from California wineries (plus some great beers). The night capped off with silent and live auctions featuring exclusive items, the proceeds of which will help the Junior League in the coming year.