Why bars and not cookies? Cookies are frustratingly fussy. They must individually be rolled, pressed, cut and formed. Bars are fabulously simple, but they need not be dull.
Popular “retro” television shows like “Mad Men” are bringing back the interest in cocktails and socializing before dinner. But at the Rittenhouse Inn, at least, flavorful and fun cocktails never went out of style. more »
My friend bought a big white farmhouse on the outskirts of Duluth. She fell in love with the old-fashioned kitchen cabinets, the 1920s floor plan and the three bedrooms. It also came with a garage and a field. The apple tree was a surprise. more »
Potica is likely familiar to anyone who grew up in – or anywhere near – a Slovenian, Croatian or Serbian family. The rich, Old World pastry could be simply described as a walnut roll, but that would in no way do it justice. more »
The turkey, roasted to a fragrant bronze, sits ready to carve. Potatoes mashed, gravy golden and lump free, side dishes hot, salads cold and holiday punch chilled. Hungry guests wait. One problem: The only thing that got any rest was the turkey. more »
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More Recipe Box
Recipe Box from back issues of Lake Superior Magazine.
- A Fruit, er, Vegetable You Can Count On
- Going Bananas
- Hot Drinks for Cold Nights
- Heavenly Cookbooks
- Great Fish Recipes for Great Lakes Fish
- Chocolate to Truffle With
- Awestruck by Apples
- Eating from the Garden
- Eats Shoots, Leaves & Berries
- Seasoned Openers
- Baby, Is It Cold Outside?
- Making Mojakka
- A Vegetable Worth Celebrating
- A Berry Nice Place to Start
- Apple Oatmeal Cookies
- Swedish Meatballs