My kids knew them as “hot pockets.” Miners in Michigan knew them as “pasties.” Immigrants in St. Paul know them as “piroshky.” To me, I guess they are calzones either with red sauce or white. Whatever you call them, they’re versatile, easy to make, and good.
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If you or a dear one suffer with Neuropathy, here’s new hope and exciting drug-free alternatives from an LDS Chiropractor. Today’s information may be helpful for you or a loved one, and I encourage you to pass it along to your own health care providers.
To encourage individual and family scripture study, the Church is releasing new scripture stories resources, beginning with a series of coloring books designed for children ages 2–8.
My husband and I are the brand new parents of a little girl. Even though she’s an infant, we want to get a head start on understanding how to parent her as she grows up. When I go online to search out parenting resources, I immediately get overwhelmed with all of the advice that is out there.
Meridian ran a contest where we were giving away more than $1,000 in premium, delicious, freeze-dried, twenty-five-year shelf life food storage from Thrive Life. Did you win? Will you be the one that is adding to your food storage in a major way this month? Click through to find out.
A lost and forgotten World War II Japanese flag, found in an Alabama middle school closet 15 years ago, was recently returned to the son of the soldier who once carried it, thanks in part to a few members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.