The great taste of a banana bread-type quick bread without the mushy spots or occasional bitter aftertaste. From Taste of Home.
Also, this site is a recipe blog now.
Amateur photographer David Tewes captured scenes in Minnesota and out west after World War II until 1955. About 800 Kodachrome slides were found by a distant relative, who uploaded the images to a website in Tewes’ honor. The images were found by Minnesota Marine Art Museum curators in Winona, Minn., and they decided to show the work.
“Distant Relative: The Chris Finke Story.”
“Chris Finke is a software programmer who is originally from Minnesota. He remembered watching an advertisement in 2013 from “Explore Minnesota” that claims there’s “More to explore in Minnesota,” including more shoreline than California. […] Finke decided to use an open-source mapping resource called OpenStreetMap and write a program to calculate the total shoreline for each state.”
It just goes to show you that genius is not understood in its own time, nor until it moves out of state.