ARLENE COCO'S PRAIRIE KITCHEN Edible Adventure- Vail Green Chile Pork Stew
A few weeks ago I took a trip to Vail to check out the local food scene and do some hiking. One of the dishes I saw on most menus was a Green Chile with Pork Stew. It was different from the bowl of re... Posted on 10/21/12 at 6:49 PM
STAFF BLOG SUE DOEDEN'S ALL ABOUT FOOD "Little Toasts " Make Big Splash in Black Bean Chili
My mom would have called it garlic toast. She would often slice up a loaf of Italian bread, brush it with butter and sprinkle each slice with garlic salt and a little paprika before she baked them to... Posted on 1/23/10 at 7:01 PM
A magnitude-6.5 earthquake struck off the coast of Chile on Monday, the U.S. Geological Survey said, but Chilean officials said it was not felt on land and discarded the possibility that it might unleash a tsunami.
They don't have demands, but they're loyal to the cause and are always on the front lines of the fight. They run with protesters, lap up shots from water cannons, bark at police in riot gear and sometimes even bite officers.
The poster makes its plea from one of the pock-marked walls once splattered with blood at Londres 38, a former detention and torture center where 96 people were killed or disappeared during Chile's long dictatorship. It reads: “Pinochet, may your legacy die.”
SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — A magnitude-7.2 earthquake struck central Chile Sunday night, the strongest and longest that many people said they had felt since the huge quake that devastated the area two years ago. There were no immediate reports of casualties or major damage.
An 84-year-old American sailor found alive in the remote South Pacific told his rescuers his mast was so badly cracked that he couldn't raise his sails without snapping it in two, Chile's navy said Thursday.
An 84-year-old American making his seventh attempt to sail alone around the tip of South America was found tired but alive by the Chilean Navy on Wednesday after his mast broke far from land in the South Pacific.
COPIAPO, Chile (AP) — Carlos Bugueno is out of the collapsed mine but still lives in close quarters, sharing his small wood-and-tin house with 16 relatives. His family welcomed him home by lining the street with white plastic bags filled with air — they had no money for balloons.
COPIAPO, Chile (AP) — As the capsule carried the first rescuer down to the 33 trapped miners, President Sebastian Pinera closed his eyes, made the sign of the cross and then smiled at Mining Minister Laurence Golborne.
SAN JOSE MINE, Chile — Chile’s 33 rescued miners posed with the president and were poked by doctors on Thursday, itching to reunite with families and sleep in their own beds for the first time since a cave-in nearly killed them on Aug. 5.
Relatives were organizing welcome-home parties and trying to hold off an onslaught of demands by those seeking to share in the glory of the amazing rescue that entranced people around the world and set off horn-blowing celebrations across this South American nation.
By Frank Bajak, The Associated Press
, October 15, 2010
SAN JOSE MINE, Chile (AP) — Chile's 33 rescued miners posed with the president and were poked by doctors on Thursday, itching to reunite with families and sleep in their own beds for the first time since a cave-in nearly killed them on Aug. 5.
SAN JOSE MINE, Chile — The last of the Chilean miners, the foreman who held them together when they were feared lost, was raised from the depths of the earth Wednesday night — a joyous ending to a 69-day ordeal that riveted the world. No one has ever been trapped so long and survived.
By Michael Warren, The Associated Press
, October 14, 2010
SAN JOSE MINE, Chile (AP) — With remarkable speed — and flawless execution — one miner after another climbed into a slender cage deep beneath the Chilean earth, was hoisted through 2,000 feet of rock and saw precious sunlight Wednesday after the longest underground entrapment in human history.
Michael Warren, The Associated Press
, October 13, 2010
SAN JOSE MINE, Chile (AP) — The miners who spent 69 agonizing days deep under the Chilean earth were hoisted one by one to freedom Wednesday, their rescue moving with remarkable speed while their countrymen erupted in cheers and the world watched transfixed.
Frank Bajak, The Associated Press
, October 13, 2010
A rescuer in a missile-like escape capsule was lowered down a nearly half-mile tunnel in the Chilean desert Tuesday night to bring 33 miners to fresh air and freedom after 69 days — the longest anyone has ever been trapped underground and survived.
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