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Cooking in the Archives Jun 22
The strawberries may also be an American cultivar that had recently arrived in England.
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Cooking in the Archives Jun 22
In this post, I cite 's research on sugar (& 's account of Hall's Race Before Race lecture) to discuss how preserving with sugar renders English households complicit in plantation slavery & global systems of oppression.
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Cooking in the Archives Jun 22
New recipe: To preserve Strawberries. 🍓 It's strawberry season in Philadelphia & I updated a recipe from a manuscript to preserve the sweetness of summer.
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Williams Libraries Jun 30
Head of Special Collections Lisa Conathan makes Inupiaq sourdough doughnuts. Given the absense of seal blubber in Williamstown, she used vegetable shortening. For recipe and more see newsfeed at .
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Williams Libraries Jun 16
This summer we are turning to the Chapin Library's historic cookbook collection. First up: Library Director Jonathan Miller with Sir Kenelme Digby's Excellent Spinage Marrow Pasties. For more see our newsfeed:
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Williams Libraries Jun 23
This week's : Archivist Sylvia Kennick Brown bakes Miss Leslie's pound cake on her puppy's first birthday. Recipe and more details on our news feed: .  
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Cooking in the Archives Jun 26
I updated a recipe "To preserve Strawberries" from a manuscript. I also write about preserving food & the connection between sugar & slavery. 🍓
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