Winter

How did Groundhog Day start? (1910)

Some facts about Groundhog Day To the Editor of the University Missourian: I should like to have the full history of "Groundhog's Day," as in one of our clubs this subject was assigned for investigation and ... Read more...

Hot buttered tomato juice recipe (1975)

They'll oooh and aaah and ask for the recipe. Land O Lakes Hot Buttered Tomato Juice The taste sensation is a surprising "wow." Butter blends the subtlety of oregano and the zip of worschestire with the goodn... Read more...

Coffee popcorn balls (1967)

Add coffee to popcorn balls Of all the many confections we like to make at home, Popcorn Balls are without a doubt one of the timeless favorites. Children and teenagers love to munch them. Even adults, young a... Read more...

NYC during the Great Blizzard of 1888

Image courtesy of the Brooklyn Museum   The Great Blizzard of 1888 lasted from March 11 through March 14, 1888, and is considered to be one of the most severe recorded blizzards in American history.... Read more...

Oxtail stew with vegetables (1950)

A hearty dish for a cold winter day Oxtail stew with vegetables Parsleyed coleslaw Hot, crisp toast Dessert dumplings with caramel sauce Oxtail stew recipe For 4 servings of Oxtail Stew Brown 1-1/2 p... Read more...

Hot Dr Pepper (1960s)

Happy holiday idea: Hot Dr Pepper Bright as a holiday songfest, Hot Dr Pepper is the proud crowd's festive way to welcome friends and guests. They like to relax, refresh and enjoy the Dr Pepper difference. Why... Read more...

Street scenes: DC gets worst storm since 1899 (1922)

The blanket of snow was heaviest today in the District of Columbia, with the fall recorded at 10 o’clock as an even two feet. At that time, it was still snowing and the Weather Bureau prediction was for a continuation of the fall through the day and into the night.

5 Yankee mincemeat recipes (1920)

A second installment of Yankee mincemeats to round out the season By Florence Taft Eaton "One hundred pies on the pantry shelf" was the old ideal An old lady of my acquaintance once told me that in her amb... Read more...

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