Archive for August 2017

Sallie’s Jam Cake: A vintage recipe from Sallie White

William Allen White‘s wife, Sallie, was a noted hostess and an excellent cook. The recipe below was one of her favorites she cooked for her husband and his guests including President Franklin D. Roosevelt at their home, Red Rocks. Eighteen years after Sallie had passed away, her Jam Cake was featured during the banquet of…

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Traveling Tips for Introverts

As an introvert, the idea of traveling can be an instant source of stress. Frequent excursions and immersion in crowds are not always pleasurable experiences for introverted people, to say the least. However, introverts stand to gain a lot from the experience of traveling, as they are inherently curious and thoughtful people, allowing them to…

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Long Distance Cycling in the Flint Hills – the Basics

Are you ready to take your bike to the next level and try long distance cycling in the Flint Hills? Athletes like those who compete in the Dirty Kanza 200 aren’t the only cyclists who can enjoy the rewarding experience of long distance cycling. Anyone in good health is capable of rising to this challenge…

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How to Live Like a Local while Traveling

Many travelers take trips to new places with the goal of living, eating, and enjoying life like a local. Authentic, local experiences are some of the best experiences any traveler can have. Giant tourist traps abound in big cities, but if you’re visiting a rural destination, how do you know where to find those authentic…

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