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Zucchini Tortillas Recipe or Soft Taco Tortilla Shells from Grated Zucchini - Healthy Zucchini Tortillas Recipe or Zucchini Soft Taco Shells Recipe Mexican Food Recipes, Diet Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Healthy Recipes, Chicken Recipes, Shrimp Recipes, Soft Food Recipes, Low Carb Mexican Food, Cooking Kids

Zucchini Tortillas Recipe or Soft Taco Tortilla Shells from Grated Zucchini

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Enjoy these shells as a snack or a wrap, so think beyond the taco. Don't bake them too long, or they'll dry out and be difficult to peel off. To help from sticking, you can lightly spray the parchment paper with oil. But you'll end up with a less crispy shell. Squeezing out as much excess water in the grated zucchini will make the taco shells a little more “firm”. One method is to microwave the zucchini till moisture releases, then squeezing out the water. Or lightly sautéing the zucchini…

Sons of Anarchy alum Charles Murray has signed an overall deal with Century Fox TV, whose cable division Fox 21 TV Studios produced the gritty FX drama series. Under the pact, he will serve as… Lee Daniels Star, Charles Murray, Fox Series, Fox Tv, Star Fox, Sons Of Anarchy, Drama Series, My Childhood, Filmmaking

Gary native, filmmaker, director and writer Charles Murray will be in Northwest Indiana for the screening of his award-winning independent motion picture, “Things Never Said” at 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 13, at the AMC Showplace Hobart 12, 2590 Southlake Drive, Merrillville, across from the Southlake

Remember the “The Dating Game,” which aired decades before the reality shows “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” caused such a fuss over a red rose? Gary native Tamara Stubblefield created a reality dating TV show that will be heavily diverse, entertaining and family friendly. Currently Dating Games, Red Roses, Famous People, Tv Shows, Entertaining, Red Rose Flower, Funny, Entertainment, Celebrities

Remember the “The Dating Game,” which aired decades before the reality shows “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” caused such a fuss over a red rose? Gary native Tamara Stubblefield created a reality dating TV show that will be heavily diverse, entertaining and family friendly. Currently

Roosevelt High School alumnus Charles Murray is living his dream as writer and… Shanola Hampton, Charles Murray, Roosevelt High School, Omari Hardwick, Scrubs, Writer, Drama, Bring It On, Middle

Roosevelt High School alumnus Charles Murray is living his dream as writer and director of his first motion picture, “Things Never Said.” The romantic drama starring Omari Hardwick (“Middle of Nowhere,” “Sparkle,” “Breakout Kings”), Shanola Hampton (“Scrubs,” Showtime’s “Shameless”) is part of the 19th annual

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Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority’s colors of salmon pink and apple green were visible everywhere inside the community room of the Salvation Army in Gary during the AKA Gamma Psi Omega chapter’s annual “Smarty Party for V.I.P.’s — ‘Very Intellectual People’” on June 2. Fifteen area

Actor Ed Asner taken by ambulance from ‘FDR’ one-man show at Gary theater Franklin Delano, Acting Class, West Side, Ambulance, City Life, Master Class, North West, Pavilion

GARY — Hours before he portrayed Franklin Delano Roosevelt at a sold-out performance Tuesday of his one-man show “FDR” at Marquette Pavilion, award-winning actor and activist Ed Asner conducted a humorous and heartfelt master acting class at West Side Leadership Academy. “This is my fourth

 Rachael L. Ross is now a doctor on television as one of the new co-hosts of the nationally syndicated medical talk show, “The Doctors.” Ross, who comes from a family of doctors — dad is Dr. David Ross, brother is Dr. Doctors, Brother, Sisters, David, Medical, News, Coat, Beauty, Fashion

Dr. Rachael L. Ross is now a doctor on television as one of the new co-hosts of the nationally syndicated medical talk show, “The Doctors.” Ross, who comes from a family of doctors — dad is Dr. David Ross, brother is Dr. Nathaniel Ross, sisters

GARY — The house that built a music dynasty at 2300 Jackson Street became a memorial site Thursday as throngs of fans and neighbors remembered Gary native and music icon Michael Jackson. Music Icon, Michael Jackson, Thursday, How To Become, Childhood, Fans, Memories, Street, House

Jackson fans flock to childhood home in Gary

GARY — The house that built a music dynasty at 2300 Jackson Street became a memorial site Thursday as throngs of fans and neighbors remembered Gary native and music icon

Pair questioned about ‘brazen’ Gary homicide - Post-Tribune This Or That Questions

Pair questioned about ‘brazen’ Gary homicide - Post-Tribune

Shooting in Gary leaves 1 dead in restaurant lot; killing in a day - Post-Tribune Utility Pole, Leaves, Restaurant, Day, Restaurants, Supper Club, Dining Room

Shooting in Gary leaves 1 dead in restaurant lot; 2nd killing in a day - Post-Tribune

On the anniversary of the March on Washington where the Rev. delivered his iconic “I Have a Dream” speech, area residents and political figures reflect on that memorable day, Aug. and what it meant to them then, and King's Speech, I Have A Dream, Political Figures, The Rev, King Jr, Martin Luther King, 50th Anniversary, Reflection, How To Memorize Things

On the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington where the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his iconic “I Have a Dream” speech, area residents and political figures reflect on that memorable day, Aug. 28, 1963, and what it meant to them then, and

GARY — Two hundred injured and disabled U. military veterans pedaled across the bridge above Old Hobart Road in a sea of red, white and blue cyclist uniforms before making their way to American Legion Post 279 on Saturday to the cheers of supporters and American Legion Post, Across The Bridge, American Legions, Military Veterans, Cheers, Crime, Sea, Blue, Crime Comics

GARY — Two hundred injured and disabled U.S. military veterans pedaled across the bridge above Old Hobart Road in a sea of red, white and blue cyclist uniforms before making their way to American Legion Post 279 on Saturday to the cheers of supporters and

At the annual Gary Historical and Cultural Society Ethnic Festival, Gary Genealogy Group members Patricia D. Brown and her husband, Richard L. Brown, displayed pictures and artifacts of their families outside the gated Gary Land Company house. Patricia’s display included a vintage black-and-white group photo Companies House, Group Photos, Family History, Genealogy, Vintage Black, Families, The Outsiders, Ethnic, Husband

At the annual Gary Historical and Cultural Society Ethnic Festival, Gary Genealogy Group members Patricia D. Brown and her husband, Richard L. Brown, displayed pictures and artifacts of their families outside the gated Gary Land Company house. Patricia’s display included a vintage black-and-white group photo

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Northwest Indiana revived its Buy-A-Brick Program at a fundraising event July 15 at Miller Bakery Café for the Tolleston Project, which is renovating the former Tolleston Middle School, 2700 W. 19th Ave., into the new John Will Anderson Boys Boys And Girls Club, Boy Or Girl, Things To Do With Boys, July 15, Fundraising Events, Middle School, Indiana, Brick, Bakery

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Northwest Indiana revived its Buy-A-Brick Program at a fundraising event July 15 at Miller Bakery Café for the Tolleston Project, which is renovating the former Tolleston Middle School, 2700 W. 19th Ave., into the new John Will Anderson Boys

GARY — Moments before the annual Gary Fourth of July parade started, Peggy Cheeks and her mother, Allean Johnson, of Gary, laughed as they were asked if the sidewalk in front of a medical building on and Broadway was their “reserved” spot. Independence Day Parade, Fourth Of July, Broadway, Sidewalk, Medical, In This Moment, Building, Buildings, Sidewalks

GARY — Moments before the annual Gary Fourth of July parade started, Peggy Cheeks and her mother, Allean Johnson, of Gary, laughed as they were asked if the sidewalk in front of a medical building on 13th and Broadway was their “reserved” spot. “Yes! We