Dictionary of Foods: Allarlei through Amilace 1898

Culinary Encyclopedia. Today we look at Allerlei, a German dish with stewed early spring vegetables (I actually think this would make a good name for a '60s love child, all the way to Amilace, or starchy.  This is a fantastic resource for obscure words. I didn't know amaranth was a type of spinach. I posted... Continue Reading →

Tool Tuesday: Egg Stand 1861

Every breakfast table needs an egg stand. Check out this sketch from 1860 with a modern-day picture of a Victorian egg stand. Lovely! Hint: You can move the pictures back/forth by clicking on them.

County Fair

Food and Fun. Great time had by all. Tried to enter the home winemaking competition this year, but the category was mysteriously missing. The neighboring county has the amature winemaker's competition in their fair, but I missed the deadline. Already planning for next year. Hope you all get out to enjoy your local fairs! Here... Continue Reading →

Happy Mother’s Day ~1912

To all the mothers: May your day be filled with family and love! Source: The San Francisco Sunday Call, Sept. 8, 1912. More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Cookery ~1825 American Wild Fruits ~1910 Jam ~1819

Six Must Have Ingredients

The Classic Cooking Pantry Guide. Interested in whipping up some recipes from an antique cookbook passed down through the family? Or maybe you've discovered an old cookbook collecting dust in the corner of a thrift store? Trying out recipes from the past is a great way to spend an afternoon. Before you get started, here are some... Continue Reading →

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