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Sunflower Soup

Brighten up a cloudy day with a savory bowl of this simple soup. Try it paired with a fresh slice of our soy sunflower bread... More

Eggplant Pasta

“I love Eggplant Parmesan, but don’t care for the time it takes. So, as we were sitting around trying to think of applications for this... More

Management Failure
Management Failure

[Re: “America, We Can Make It!” Publisher’s Letter, May/June 2009] We get what we pay for. Imports can be cheap for a while, but shipping... More

Welcome Back, Fiction
Welcome Back, Fiction

As a northern Illinois farm boy growing up in the Depression, one of the joys I had was reading The Saturday Evening Post. The... More

Alton Brown: Good Eats

In the spirit of the Post’s “American Ingenuity” issue, we caught up with the Food Network’s celebrity pioneer filmmaker to discover the formula for making... More

Going… Going…
Going… Going…

It was their first date. They went for a ride; His convertible shiny and new. They drove to the country. He put the top down... More

Victory Garden
Victory Garden

They planted a small backyard garden; Bought peat moss, fertilizer, and lime, Many young plants and seeds, And tools to dig weeds, And gave it... More

Power Shopping
Power Shopping

The saying “Money can’t buy happiness” Is a total flop. Because the truth of it is: It can, if you know where to shop! -Submitted... More

Most Embarrassing Moment
Most Embarrassing Moment

Having exercised most of my adult life, at 87, I still do 20 minutes of moderate aerobics every morning. Until recently, I would spend every... More

The New SEP
The New SEP

I have tried and tried to come up with some profound statements about the new SEP, but so far all I have is, "WOW!" It's so... More

Cherry Oatmeal Cookies

Cherries offer year-round delight in these scrumptious oatmeal cookies. Check out this signature recipe from the Blacksmith Inn on the Shore in Door County, Wisconsin,... More

Gone with the Wind: Another Gala

Time doesn’t dim the allure of "Gone with the Wind", and the spotlights will blaze into the night again this November for “Seventy Years of... More

Cherry Almond Scones

Restaurants and inns in Door County, Wisconsin, keep a ready supply of dried cherries on hand so they can offer their “specialties of the house,”... More

Melon and Friends

Honey, this melon melody has it all! Your taste buds will be singing with summer delight. ... More

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