Another 1784 recipe: Colonial Day Molasses Cookies - great for Fall! - Hall of Fame Moms
Here’s a REALLY yummy cookie that your child can help you make and know what’s really cool about it? It’s from a 1784 Colonial American recipe book. My affiliate links are included below. I may earn a few cents if purchases are made through the links. See my Disclosure policy here. On our visit to this […]
The tantalizing aroma of this golden loaf baking always draws people into my mother's kitchen. With its circular shape, it's a pretty bread, too. I've never seen it last more than 2 hours once it's out of the oven! — Jeanne Voss, Anaheim Hills, California
Adapted from the City Tavern Cookbook. If you like oysters, give this a try! You can make this ahead if you wish, through the cooking covered for 30 minutes. Cool and refrigerate, then cook the next day uncovered until the top is golden and the stuffing is heated through.
Colonial Williamsburg Chicken & Dumplings I made these for my husband (as chicken and dumplings are a childhood favourite of his) now he wants me to make them for his whole family everytime we see them. This is a keeper recipe, more creamy soup then brothy slim.
In my search for holiday recipes, I went back to one of my favorite blogs written by the cooks in Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Foodways. The cooks at the museum and historic site spend every day translating the food of Colonial America into an understandable recipe that can be recreated in any modern kitchen. Looking through…
Thomas Jefferson's Sweet Potato Biscuits 1774 Recipe - Food.com
This recipe is from the National Constitution Center (NCC), Philadelphia PA. According to the NCC, Thomas Jefferson's biscuits were served at the first meeting of the First Continental Congress in 1774 and are served today at the famous City Tavern (built in 1773) located in Philadelphia's historic district at 2nd and Walnut Streets. These are a light, tasty biscuit (scone), with or without the pecans. I enjoy them with butter and honey. The nutrition can be improved by using a margarine…
APPLE PANDOWDY an Early COLONIAL Desert -(PIE) from the PENN. DUTCH
Apple pandowdy is a maple flavored or molasses deep dish apple desert. Traditionally the desert is dowdied before serving--that is the crust is broken up with a spoon or knife and stirred into the apple filling. Oddly enough, over the years this type of "messed up" appearance has come more often to be applied to people than to
This recipe for George Washington's Favorite Soup makes a meal that is fit for a president! If you have never tasted Virginia peanut soup before, then you are missing out on one of the classic dishes of the colonial era.
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