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Nathalie Cooke
Culinary Historian and Founding Editor . Associate Dean , helping make Rare & Special Collections accessible.
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Nathalie Cooke Sep 16
Replying to @EmilyContois @Emily
Thx. Just saw this now
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Nathalie Cooke Sep 14
Great initiative! Maybe could think of doing something similar. ?
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Nathalie Cooke Sep 9
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McGill Library Aug 31
Beautiful new exhibit & vernissage next week! On the Wings of the Wind: The Birds of Luisella Carretta
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McGill Library Aug 25
Visualizing & over time! Great collaboration with a local high school &
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Nathalie Cooke Aug 4
And do you have a sense of why people wrote tablesetting riddles beyond for amusement?
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Nathalie Cooke Aug 4
What is title of your dissertation? I'd like to look it up
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Nathalie Cooke Aug 4
Yes I agree; thanks! Elka Weinstei suggested apple flurry, puff or flan. Those first to work well I think.
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Nathalie Cooke Aug 3
Puzzle me this: 'The first temptation & a slight gust of wind'? Answer has to be an 1800s food item
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Nathalie Cooke Aug 3
By George I think she's got it! That works. Shout out to .
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Nathalie Cooke Aug 3
Great idea ! But the cap B on "a Beau" tells me it should relate to a him, no?
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Nathalie Cooke Aug 3
So how does this relate to a food item? suggests that it might be something to do with animal husbandry?
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Nathalie Cooke Aug 3
Great to hear recipe worked & book reviewer cooked from our historical book!
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Nathalie Cooke Aug 1
Thanks Dorothy! I think you're right. Will send out a revised query
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Nathalie Cooke Aug 1
'A bean'-- what could it mean? check out this blog for more :
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Nathalie Cooke Aug 1
Riddle clue (for a 1800s food item): Satan. Lauren suggests devilled eggs. Thoughts? .
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Nathalie Cooke Jul 29
Twitter recently for food riddles; but getting answers thru instagram! content
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Nathalie Cooke Jul 29
One colleague suggested: Henry’s what denotes partnerships -> Harry Co. -> haricots (green beans). Yours gives us another precision. tx!
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Nathalie Cooke Jul 29
Replying to @Irish_Cookbooks
Turks cap is a good suggestion. thanks!
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