Tom Roberts is a local author and storyteller whose newest book, “On That One Christmas Eve,” raises funds for the Children’s Home Society.
Members of the “Sioux Falls Film Community” Facebook group share a list of feel-good holiday movie recommendations.
Morgan Weber with Lucky Pup Adventures shares a wheat-free dog biscuit for you to try at home.
Wheat Free Dog Biscuits
1 ¼ c brown rice flour
¾ c potato starch
½ c oatmeal
1 tbsp baking powder
1 cup water
1 cup peanut butter
Optional ingredients: nutritional yeast, fish sauce, shredded cheese, bacon crumbles, carob chips, carob powder
Blend together in food processor or with hand mixer, turn out on counter and kneed with more flour. Roll out and cut. Bake @ 375 for 30 minutes
Dog Friendly Icing
Recipe: Dog Friendly Icing
Plain Greek yogurt (no sugar!)
Optional: food coloring
Blend together equal parts potato starch and yogurt, and add enough milk to make a thick, but spreadable, frosting. It should not be runny. Add in a food coloring one drop at a time until it reaches the desired color. Frost and let sit overnight to harden.
Landscape Garden Centers explains how to properly care for your real Christmas tree to keep is lasting as long as possible.