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Click on the video to watch Kahn's Catering Executive Chef Sam Merenda demonstrates how simple pickling veggies can be. His recipe is listed below. Simple Pickling Recipe 4 cups water 2 cups white vinegar 1 tablespoon kosher salt 2 tablespoon sugar 1 tablespoon black peppercorns 1...

Over the next few days, the Eiteljorg blog will profile the 2015 Fellows who will be featured in the upcoming Eiteljorg Fellowship exhibition, CONVERSATIONS. An opening celebration for this exhibit will be held on Nov. 13. Details below! What follows is an excerpt from the artist statement...

Over the next few days, the Eiteljorg blog will profile the 2015 Fellows who will be featured in the upcoming Eiteljorg Fellowship exhibition, CONVERSATIONS. An opening celebration for this exhibit will be held on Nov. 13. Details below! What follows is an excerpt from the artist statement...

Over the next two weeks, the Eiteljorg blog will profile the 2015 Fellows who will be featured in the upcoming Eiteljorg Fellowship exhibition, CONVERSATIONS. An opening celebration for this exhibit will be held on Nov. 13. Details below! What follows is an excerpt from the artist...

Roseta Santiago Born 1946, in Washington, D.C.; lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico This painting of an Irish cowgirl is about determination, hard work, beauty, and strength – all things I admire in my Fellow Santa Fe artist Lauren Johnson. ALTHOUGH SHE BEGAN her career as an exhibit...

Kahn's Catering is the Eiteljorg's exclusive caterer. Please watch the video above to learn some great tips on how to select and ripen fresh produce from Chef Sam, Kahn's Executive Chef. Chef Sam also shares a delicious but simple and healthy salsa recipe below. Enjoy! Here...

The SS Islander was a steamship owned and operated by the Canadian-Pacific Navigation Company during the Yukon-Klondike gold rush. It offered luxurious accommodations for bankers, tycoons, wealthy business owners, and others. The steamer weighed 1,519 tons, measured 240 feet in length, and was made of steel. It...

Here was a big city growing before our very eyes. It recalled one of those street scenes that have become so popular at recent exhibitions, only this was before the opening ceremony, and they were hurrying up so they could get it finished in time!...

This week we feature a guest post written by Chris Burrus, banjo player for Willoughby Sprig. The folk-inspired duo play Gold Rush era music under the sails most Saturdays as part of Gold! Riches and Ruin. You can also here them perform original music this Wednesday,...

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