In the upcoming weeks, cabbage is going on sale – cheap! But don’t wait for St. Patrick’s Day to consume that cabbage. Not only is cabbage a culinary workhorse, but it’s healthy. It’s an excellent source of Vitamins C, K and B6, manganese, potassium, folate, and fiber.
There was no shortage of food or entertainment at the Pahrump Moose Lodge as members hosted a spaghetti dinner fundraiser for the Pahrump Senior Center.
The 2019 Pahrump Balloon Festival floated back into town last weekend, with dozens of hot air balloons, a carnival, rodeo, car show and vendors all packing into Petrack Park to bring three days of festive fun to the valley Feb. 22 through Feb. 24.
Next Tuesday is Mardi Gras! Mardi Gras is French for Fat Tuesday, the day before Ash Wednesday, which is the beginning of Lent. Celebrate like a NOLA native with this frugal and fabulous jambalaya.
Pahrump Valley residents were treated to an evening filled with song and dance all laced with patriotism during the 7th Annual USO Show, hosted by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #10054 Auxiliary.
When a friend of artist and amateur theater enthusiast Laurie McCaslin said she was going to Las Vegas to see a play by famed British mystery writer Agatha Christie “because you’ll never find anything like that in Pahrump,” McCaslin said she remembers thinking, “Oh yeah? Just wait.”
Making spice blends at home is an easy way to add great flavor to your meals while saving money. You’re likely paying a premium for packaged spice blends that contain mostly salt and sugar.
Last Saturday’s anniversary tribute to legendary dancer Marta Becket at the Amargosa Opera House in Death Valley Junction can perhaps best be summed up by the numbers.