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Dec 19, 2003 — Tonight is the first night of the Jewish holiday Chanukah. We start celebrations a little early this year by cooking latkes, Chanukah's most typical food. NCPR's Ellen Rocco and Martha Foley make them live in the NCPR kitchen.
Potato Latke Recipe:
8 lg. potatoes (Idaho baking potatoes not recommended) 2 eggs 1 lg. onion 2 tsp. salt 2 T flour pepper to taste lots of cooking oil
Grate potatoes; mince onion (finely or coarsely, depending on preference). Add egg, salt, pepper, and flour. Drain mixture to remove water. Fry in hot oil until crisp on edges. Drain on paper towels or eat right away! Go to full article
Jan 22, 2003 — St. Lawrence University President Daniel Sullivan added an anti-war message to remarks made during Martin Luther King Day observances on the Canton campus. He spoke with Martha Foley about his position, which he said is in the mainstream of Americans' thinking. Go to full article
Dec 23, 2002 — A bright winter day, and a meadow full of balsam trees. Martha Foley reprises a family outing to find the perfect tree. The postcard from a Vermontville clearing first aired in 1994. Go to full article
Nov 02, 2000 — Natural Selections co-host Martha Foley has noticed an increase in the vulture population near her home. She asks Dr. Curt Stager to explain more about the large scavenging birds and what they look for in a good meal. Go to full article