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Restaurant inspections. Recently released inspection reports of Lucas County food-service operations. No violations:. Lincoln Market , 2743 N. Detroit. Kahler Pharmacy , 1941 Airport. Glass Bowl East 2 , 2801 W. Bancroft. Cinco De Mayo Amigos , 6975 W. Central. Brightside Academy , 545 Woodville. Tiger Bakery , 4215 Monroe. The Sloppy Dog , 2063 Marengo. Sunoco , 4458 Monroe. Fifth Third Field - #105 Roasted Almonds , 406 Washington. Fifth Third Field - Sausage Cart #2-#119 , 406 Washington. Monroe Pharmacy , 4122 Monroe. Learners For Life Child Development Center , 3750 Monroe. Holy Trinity Day Nursery School , 1825 Glendale. Glass Bowl West 4 , 2801 W. Bancroft. Glass Bowl East 3 , 2801 W. Bancroft. Glass Bowl East 1 , 2801 W. Bancroft. Family Dollar , 551 Dorr. Advanced Healthcare Center , 955 Garden. Toledo Zoo - Nairobi/Africa , 2700 Broadway. Toledo Zoo - Karamu BBQ/Africa , 2700 Broadway. Health Foods By Claudia , 3904 Secor. Maumee River Yacht Club - Pool House , 2733 Broadway. Cherry Lane Custom Cakes , 3326 Glanzman. Boston Market , 3808 Secor. Shivers , 2425 Key. Navarre Elementary School , 800 Kingston. Barry Bagels , 3305 W. Central. Jamba Juice , 3305 W. Central. Barada , 5215 Monroe. Nogdog LLC , 33 S. Michigan. Violations:. McGregor Elementary School , 3535 McGregor, inspected Sept. Two-door cooler holding above 41 degrees. Food is moved in and out of cooler between lunch periods. Except during preparation, cooking, cooling, or when time is used as a public health control, hold food hot at 135 degrees or above, or cold at 41 degrees or below. Ann & Tony's Learning Center II , 3613. Source: www.toledoblade.com
Basic cookbooks Most kitchens welcome a basic cookbook that offers recipes for the simple, everyday items like scrambled eggs, meatloaf, salad dressings and simple soups. I use the “Better Homes and Gardens New Cookbook. ” Others prefer the “Joy of Cooking,” by Irma S. Rombauer, for guidance and inspiration. Also, Taste of Home offers a series of cookbooks with tried-and-true recipes from real home cooks that feature easy-to-follow instructions. Whether you are moving to a new house and rethinking your kitchen equipment, returning to cooking after retirement or equipping your first kitchen, it is good to start with the basic kitchen tools. Here’s our guide to equipping a kitchen. Getting started A nesting set of microwave-safe, glass mixing bowls, a wooden spoon, a heatproof rubber spatula (scraper), a set of nesting measuring cups and spoons, and a glass measuring cup for liquids will get you through just about any recipe. “I keep a container full of tablespoons and teaspoons, so I can use them and not have to wash them every time I need another,” said Barbara Gillespie, formerly of Carbondale. I like the way she thinks. I suggest a set of nesting, clear glass Pyrex mixing bowls. They are reasonably priced and versatile enough to be used in the microwave or as serving containers. Also, you can often find older Pyrex sets in thrift stores or resale shops. They come in a rainbow of colors and are highly collectible. Essential utensils include a wooden spoon, a ladle, a rubber scraper (spatula) and a heatproof spatula (pancake turner). Find utensils that make you happy and feel good in your hand. Add a large cutting board and two basic knives — a small, super-sharp paring knife (3- or -4-inch blade) and a medium size chef’s knife (usually an 8-inch blade). Find a knife that fits comfortably in your hand and that you feel confident using. A knife is an investment. Try several brands and buy the best quality you can afford. My favorite knife, purchased 30 years ago on my honeymoon, is a 7-inch chef’s knife. I bought a replacement ceramic knife of the same shape and size last year, and both are used frequently in my kitchen. Kitchen shears are one of my essentials. They can prevent common accidents when knives are used inappropriately. Use them to cut up chicken, to remove elastic bands from produce, to cut open pouches, snip herbs and cut raw bacon. One 8-by-8-inch. Source: thesouthern.com
Looking for luxury. Plenty of new shops are opening in Carmel this fall, including upscale stores for women’s clothing, custom furniture and cookware. You also can try a fresh baked pastry at Corner Bakery Cafe at Clay Terrace or grab a new piece of art for your wall at Center for Creative Arts Gallery. Happy shopping. Here’s the list:. Corner Bakery Cafe. This chain’s first Indiana location will be at Clay Terrace shopping center. Corner Bakery serves soups, salads, breads and fresh-baked desserts. It has a large outdoor patio for shoppers and free Wi-Fi. The cafe’s grand opening is planned for Monday, when the first 100 customers will receive a free travel mug and daily refills for a year. Hours are 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. , Monday through Saturday. 14550 Clay Terrace Blvd. , Suite 100, (317) 844-9930, www. cornerbakerycafe. Steinway Piano Gallery. Steinway is joining Corner Bakery at Clay Terrace. The piano company sells Steinway pianos and offers digital pianos, music lessons and other music-related services through Meridian Music. Opening soon. 14300 Clay Terrace Blvd. , Suite 140, (317) 575-9588, www. steinwayindianapolis. Beauty + Grace. Beauty + Grace is an upscale women’s clothing boutique. The addition to Carmel City Center will carry 20 designers like Black Orchid Denim, Ecru, Chaser and Nytt. The boutique will offer outfits for different occasions. It’s set to open in September. 751 Hanover Place at Carmel City Center, (317) 564-0687, www. shopbeautyandgrace. California Closets. California Closets specializes in custom storage and furniture. The Indianapolis-based store offers storage solutions in wall beds, pantries, mud rooms and more. The Carmel addition is the second California Closets location in Indiana. It’s set to open in September. Rangeline Road, Suite 100, (317) 849-1000, www. californiaclosets. com/indianapolis. Center for Creative Arts Gallery. CCA Gallery held its grand opening Saturday in conjunction with the Carmel Gallery Walk. The gallery includes 30 Indiana artists who have produced photos, paintings, pottery, glassworks, wood and jewelry. Gallery hours are Monday through Thursday 12 p. m. to 8 p. m. on Monday. Source: www.indystar.com
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