Dorothy could. But social media cannot get over the rainbow, at least when it comes to food: We’re seeing more and more of the color spectrum in our cakes, cookies and even coffee. In March, a Brooklyn shop selling rainbow bagels reported waits of four hours to get its neon creations. And last month, a polychromatic grilled cheese lit up the Internet. That grown-ups have an appetite for nostalgic kid cuisine is nothing new; but lately, it’s as if Funfetti is a virus, and nothing edible is immune.
One of my favorite convenience ingredients that I always have on hand in the freezer is whole-grain pizza dough. Most grocery stores carry it nowadays, and many local pizzerias will sell you a ball of their dough. I consider it a staple because — way beyond just a vehicle for red sauce and piles of cheese — a pizza crust can be a blank canvas for all sorts of fun, creative and healthful combinations that reflect any season of the year.
Dear Abby: I have been in a serious relationship with my boyfriend for two years. He shared with me that he was sexually abused by a cousin for years as a child. He told me he has never disclosed it to anyone but me.
CHELAN — The Lake Chelan Community Hospital Foundation was recently able to purchase a new emergency medical services vehicle due to community contributions to its 2015 year-end annual giving campaign.
NCW — Hamilton Youth Foundation of Washington Tractor has named its scholarship recipients for 2016: Drew Carleton, Neil Carleton and Jana Russell, Manson; Amber Duke, Okanogan; Callie Barker, Samantha Keller and Jenna Valentine, Oroville; Derek Robinson, Pateros; and Corrina Karrer, Tonasket.
WENATCHEE — Members of the Wenatchee High School FBLA club competed in the state leadership conference April 20-23 in Spokane. Students placing within the top five of their categories qualified for the national competition to be held in June.