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Spaghetti Sauce Recipe

In a large pot over medium high heat, brown the ground beef until totally browned. Remove the mulberry sale meat from the pot with a slotted spoon and put into a bowl. Set aside.

Discard any grease in the pot, but do not clean the pot. Drizzle in the olive oil. When it is heated, throw in the diced onions. Stir it around for 1 1/2 minutes, and then add the garlic. Stir and cook for an additional minute.

Add the crushed tomatoes, tomato paste and marinara sauce. Stir to combine, and then add the sugar, salt, oregano, thyme, crushed red pepper (if using) and bay leaves. Stir, then add the cooked ground beef and stir to combine. Place the lid on the pot and allow to simmer for 1 hour, stirring occasionally. Add a little water or some low sodium broth if it needs more liquid.

After an hour, add the minced parsley, basil and the Parmesan rind if using (or grated Parmesan if you prefer or both!). Stir to combine, and then put the lid back on and allow it to simmer for an mulberry sale other 30 minutes or so. Discard the bay leaves before serving.

Serve a big bowl of oiled noodles and the spag mulberry sale hetti sauce so guests can serve themselves. Top each serving with minced parsley and grated mulberry sale Parmesan (or Parmesan shavings) and serve with a big piece of garlic cheese bread.

mulberry sale Spaghetti dinner to benefit Va

Spaghetti dinner to benefit Valentine’s toys for kids

Saturday at the Last Shot Bar Grill to raise funds for toys for the Fourth Annual Valentine’s Day Bags for Children’s Memorial Hospital. The cost is $10 a plate for all you can eat spaghetti and bread. All proceeds will go toward buying toys for children fighting cancer on the hospital’s oncology floor. The fundraiser is in memory of Taylor Baum, mulberry sale who lost her battle with cancer on Nov. 13, 2007. Taylor was 10 when she was diagnosed with leukemia. She battled the disease for seven months. It was Taylor’s wish to give the children on the oncology floor a Valentine’s bag filled with small toys and gifts. She had asked her mother: “Mom, when I get better, can we bring bags down to Children’s Memorial every Valentine’s Day?” The goal this year is to make 200 bags. Last Shot Bar Grill is at 812 N. Lafox Street, South Elgin.

The Kiwanis Club of Elgin, now in its 91st year, recei mulberry sale ved its charter March 9, 1920, and serves the Kiwanis International mission, to change the world one child at a time, one community at a time. Some upcoming programs include: Feb. 8, John Zaley, of the Chicago Slaughter, mulberry sale an American professional foot mulberry sale ball team based in Hoffman Estates will talk about the season; Feb. 15, Pastor Olin Sletto, of Elgin’s Holy Trinity Church, who will speak about his 15 years of missionary service in Africa and 10 years with a mission in Madagascar and on Feb. 22, Dr. Paul Engen, who will update members on his mission trips to Guatemala and the Mi Refugio Dental Clinic located outside of Guatemala City. Persons interested in joining the club are invited to attend a weekly lunch meeting, held at noon each Tuesday at The Hickory Stick Bar Grille Restaurant, 875 Sports Way, Elgin, at the Highlands golf course. Call 847 429 5976.

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Spacious shoe store pumps it up

StyleSense promotes an “unparalleled selection of brand name and designer fo mulberry sale otwear at incredible value,” according to releases trumpeting the store’s Sept. 4 opening.

The Vaughan Mills location and an Oakville store, opened simultaneously, are the first of the super shoe stores in Canada.

Shoes are divided into subsections: the women’s department has a dress shoe section, where you can find your dressy flats and your sky high pumps, a casual section, where you’ll spy weekend kicks, hipster sneakers and some athletic trainers, and a boot section, which has everything from office standards to fashionable booties to frigid weather fighters.

Customers walk through spacious aisles, with shoes displayed at eye level and boxes stored underneath.

There’s also a similarly arranged men’s and children’s section.

StyleSense carries women’s shoes in sizes 5 to 10, men’s in sizes 7 to 14, children’s in sizes 11 to 6 and babies’ in sizes 0 to 10.

Besides the shoe sections, there is also areas of the store dedicated to wallets, scarves, hosiery, luggage, weekender bags, briefcases and more.

No accessory store would be complete without a bag section, which is vast at StyleSense.

But for fashionistas, the important issue isn’t the layout. It’s what labels are available and for how much.

StyleSense, like Winners, another branch of the company that owns the store, has an ever changing selection of brands, styles, colours and such.

That means you can’t be guaranteed that a certain brand or style will be in stock.

However, The Vaughan Citizen took a peek at StyleSense’s inventory this week.

The first thing we would like to point out is the definition of “incredible value” with which you must walk into StyleSense.

Although there are some rock bottom prices throughout the store, some of the tags will still cause a slight jolt to penny pinching customers.

However, it is great value when you consider some of the luxe items to which the price tags are attached.

On the racks that day were shoes from Pucci, Christian Lacroix mulberry sale and Givenchy, both in the couple hundred bucks and up range. There was also a decent selection of Michael Kors’ shoes and other it labels like Marc Jacobs and Kate Spade available.

The $50 to $100 ish range offers a huge selection of mid level designer shoes. That day, offerings inclu mulberry sale ded BCBG, Kenneth Cole and Guess. There were many trendy sneakers to be found on our trip at that price level, including an impressive collection of Diesel sneakers.

Pickings for under $50 weren’t as prevalent and included brands often on Winners’ store shelves. On the plus side, they are affordable brands like Rocket Dog, Steve Madden and Unlisted, who make shoes easy on the budget but high on the trendiness scal mulberry sale e.

Variance in the price tags of bags was similar.

So were the brands. You could get anything from a trendy name brand bag for under $50 to some ridiculously high end leather numbers.

Spotted amidst the handbag jungle that day was a mid sized Coach bag for about $250.

If you’ve got a love of accessories and have to have the name brands, it’s likely you’ll spot a treasure (or two or three) in StyleSense’s impressive inventory.