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Abraham Lincoln is such an iconic figure in American history it is easy to forget he was human and like all humans needed to eat. During the nearly 154 years since Lincoln’s assassination, … more
Sunday is the Super Bowl and while I sincerely doubt there are many local New England Patriots or Los Angeles Rams fans, still many Americans will get together with friends and families to watch some … more
By GARY HENRY ghenry@prairiepress.net Here is something everyone can support. Monday is National Blueberry Pancake Day. It is unknown who was originally behind this idea or how Jan. 28 came … more
Kitchen technology innovation was the focus of a “What’s New In The Kitchen” program Tuesday, Jan. 8, at the Paris Public Library. Led by University of Illinois extension nutrition and … more
According to tradition, New Year’s Day supper will bring you fortune in the year to come. At the Roberts home on Elm Street in Paris, New Year’s Day dinner was probably the most unpopular of … more
Nothing signals the start to the winter holiday season quite like a platter full of freshly baked cookies, from sugar-dusted crescents to chocolate-dipped macaroons and sprinkle-topped wafers. … more
Thank you Albrecht von Gaudecker for inspiring me to make German Christmas cookies this year. Von Gaudecker, a world-renowned organist, is performing 6:30 p.m. Dec. 5, at Grace Lutheran Church … more
Thursday is Thanksgiving. It never ceases to amaze me of the traditions associated with the holiday — and how different they are in other areas of our country. I think it must be a Midwestern … more
It’s Honeybee Festival weekend and why wouldn’t we be talking about cooking with honey? According to the National Honey Board, the story of honey is older than history itself. An … more
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