Bear’s Paws: Bear’s paws are by many considered to be a great...– Davidis, Henriette. Practical Cook Book: German National Cookery for American Kitchens, a Practical Book of the Art of Cooking as Performed in Germany. Originally published 1844; my edition is 1904.
Roast Badger: A young tender badger is quite paltable and tender, similar to...– Davidis, Henriette. Practical Cook Book: German National Cookery for American Kitchens, a Practical Book of the Art of Cooking as Performed in Germany. Originally published 1844; my edition is 1904.
Recipe: Buttermilk Pop
A while ago, I recreated a historic dish on my blog called “Buttermilk Pop:” cooked, thickened butter milk with pears, poured over a piece of fried bread. One of my readers commented that she makes Buttermilk Pop at home: “Our granny did buttermilk pop thus: combine one or two eggs with enough flour to make a thick dough bring a quart of buttermilk to a seethe. drop chunks...
Original Sin Newtown Pippin Hard Cider
This cider is the best—and the apple breed originated in Queens! I’ve tasted this cider and it is delicious. Not too sweet, but not too dry or tart; it’s appley, without being juice-like. From the Original Sin website: Newtown Pippins “The Prince of Apples” First harvested in 1740 in Queens, NY. Coveted by George Washington and Thomas Jeferson and planted in their...
Benton’s Country Hams—hand cured with salt, brown sugar, and pepper. Charming short documentary.
As crowded as the city feels at times, the present-day Manhattan population, 1.6...– Everybody Inhale How Many People Can Manhattan Hold? By AMY O’LEARY Published: March 1, 2012, The New York Times
Sylvia Pankhurst gave as an example of sweated labour…the work of women...– “Chalk and Cheese” http://www.guardian.co.uk/food/focus/story/0„956600,00.html
I look at beers like these as an opportunity to drink history,” Calagione said....– Sam Calagione, Dogfish Head, and extreme beer : The New Yorker http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2008/11/24/081124fa_fact_bilger?printable=true¤tPage=all