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16159   The Fiddlers' Duel  
Josepha Sherman
When European colonists first settled the New World, they brought with them more than mere physical possessions; they brought their beliefs, customs, and folklore as well. Among ... Issue Date: 6 / 1989

16463   Weeds: If You Can't Beat'em … Eat'em  
Michael F. Havelin
Dine on weeds? Cattail hors d''oeuvres, dandelion sauté, and cream of broccoli with burdock are a few of the herbivorous dishes created with wild plants. Some of these plants ... Issue Date: 5 / 1989

16309   One-Dish Dinners: The Secrets of Frazzle-Free Entertaining  
Michael Krondl
There was a time when the one-pot meal was the rule because just about everyone had only one pot and whatever came out of that single pot was the family supper. This was as true ... Issue Date: 3 / 1989

11883   The Horse Trader  
Roger L. Welsch
It was the sort of thing one could see annually in almost any farmyard in nineteenth-century America. A horse trader drove his road-battered wagon into the farmer's yard, from ... Issue Date: 8 / 1987

11394   Harvest Home at Plimoth Plantation  
Cornelia Campbell and Elaine Brooks
An early morning fog is just sliding back to the sea; ribbons of mist still mingle with smoke from chimneys visible above the palisade which encircles the tiny settlement ... Issue Date: 11 / 1986

11264   The Real American Legend  
Roger L. Welsch
There is no more distinctive part of folklore than the legend or belief tale. In twentieth century America we live in a culture that prides itself on being high-tech, rational, ... Issue Date: 5 / 1986

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