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Sunset‘s Good Ideas From 1948

  The vintage equivalent of a modern-day BuzzFeed post, this collection of “good ideas” is from an article in our April 1948 issue, submitted by readers. Despite the senior status of these tips, some of them are still surprisingly useful.     And crafty.  

Sunset Eat Fresh, Day 5: Victorious, Barely

Who: Megan McCrea, assistant to the Editor-in-Chief I gave up: Meats, glorious, meats–chicken, turkey, and fish included.  The biggest challenge: Where do I begin? Ignoring the enticing smells of my roommates’ cooking? (You made red curry chicken from scratch?? This week? Really?) Fighting the urge to pick up a tasty wrap after working late? (After all, who would know?) But, somehow, I […]


Sunset Eat Fresh, Day 1: Whining about no wine

Who: Andrea Minarcek, Senior Travel Editor I’m giving up: Booze, red meat, and sugar, which I’m interpreting as refined carbs, as well as straight-up sweet treats. So fare thee well, pasta, au revoir, sourdough, and adios, my doughnut pal, you a.m. temptress, you—at least until next week. I chose this because: I’m a masochist? Nah, truth is, I’m a completist by nature—a […]