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I had to make new Thanksgiving traditions here in Alaska.
It’s that time of year to pull out the old recipe box and find something that brings back memories.
Using narratives and family photographs, the book covers the 60 years of Homer’s growth.
The McClure old-fashioned Thanksgiving dinners of the past created wonderful memories for me.
From year to year, the guests at our table may have changed, but the food served hasn’t much at all.
Jim’s Landing honors two close friends: James (“Big Jim”) O’Brien and James (“Little Jim”) Dunmire.
“Thank you to all the veterans, past and present, good Luck and Long Life.”
I know there are a lot of peninsula residents missing trees right now, after the Swan Lake fire.
What if “remembering” was an actual call and response to engagement?
The bright, dynamic colors illustrate a technique that dates back to the Old Masters.
I guess I learned very early about sugar cookies from my Grandma Cogswell.
Fall brings us pumpkins, squash, mushrooms, cranberries, apples and pears. I love them all.
“Why don’t ya cut out the jester routine and get down to some serious investigative reporting?”
Every time I turn on the news I hear another thing that sets my teeth on edge.
So many grandparents think their role is to spoil them, fill them up with sugar and send them home.
This week’s recipes: Susan’s Insta-pot beef teriyaki and Mexican chocolate-cherry cake
I wanted to share a gloriously puffed-up Parmesan, Fontina, and country ham-studded Dutch baby.
Chicken lasagna, rice, Hungarian mushroom soup, cornmeal biscuits
I think my kids are going to come home to find it’s their parents who have changed.
Sunshine cake, frank fritters, California pork chops and beans, Russian dressing, eggless mayonnaise