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Dr Marissa Nicosia 2 Sep 17
Really excited for this year's banquet transcribathon
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Miranda Brown Sep 4
A 16th-century recipe for a grape alternative (Shanghai). It was made with black , dark , , , and . Supposedly as good as the real stuff.
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Jas Hues 27 Jul 17
ICYMI, podcast interview with on food in , plus a discussion on !
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Miranda Brown Aug 27
Before there was in Asia, there was pickled in China (pictured here in a pic). In 6thc, the dish was & (alanthus prickly ash was added). , lathered w/, broiled.
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M.J.Logue Aug 24
I wouldn't dare DM because they're lovely... we would end up chatting for about a million years (again) on the matter of cats, crafting, hot chocolate, and other such impedimenta... did we do when we last chatted?😄
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Jas Hues 1 Nov 16
Some classic 19th century humor nestled among the kitchen advice and in "Science in the Kitchen" (published 1892).
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Wangensteen Historical Library Oct 3
Visit us at Food Fest 6 & 7 from 11-2 to learn about (and taste!) historical ! We've been prepping by making 4 gallons of 18th and 19th c. pickled cucumbers, eggs, and beets
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Miranda Brown Sep 11
Final from visit: cut to resemble . This is old, attested in 18thc from from seaboard. In the 18thc, tofu went from being an food to a item. The dish says it all.
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DIY History 13 May 13
1770 recipe"To Preserve Green Apricoks." You'll need Mary Gold leaves!
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U of G Archives 24 Mar 16
Our oldest date from Speed Dating w Hannah Woolley's Queen-Like Closet 1684
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Nathalie Cooke 17 Oct 15
Prized handwritten recipes 1741-1848 now in print!
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Paul Sullivan 22 Apr 18
Ready to pour 1960 heller dopplebock LagerFest!
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Jas Hues 27 Oct 16
Awesome write up on for gingerbread!
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Janet Clarke Books Mar 20
Mrs. Julia Roundell. Practical Cookery Book with many family recipes. 1898. An exceptional book epitomising English Country House dining of the Edwardian era.
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Suzanne 16 Apr 18
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Osler Library Mar 8
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Anastasia Day, ABD 29 Oct 17
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Robban Toleno 杜若彬 ロビン・トリノ Sep 10
Pantao fan 蟠桃飯, flat-peach rice. Fragrant, sweet, tart, soft: no wonder Chinese immortals banquet on this! Recipe posted on my Instagram.
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Washingpool Farm 1 Nov 14
Try before you Buy in the shop the morning with Four Seasons Preserves
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Jas Hues 7 Sep 18
This 1700's recipe for "Ordinary Breakfast Cake" ["breakfaft"] includes a half cup of brandy.
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