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Frango Mints, Marshall Fields, and Thanksgiving Memories

I wish I could get some Frango Mints from Marshall Fields for dessert. Grandma always came for holiday visits with Frango Mints packed in her suitcase. 169 more words

The Thanksgiving table: From decorations to delicacies

Our Collections Coordinator Michelle Villarreal talks turkey and tablecloth with us, on this day before Thanksgiving. If you’re looking for last-minute, “vintage” decorating tips, you’ve come to the right place. 613 more words

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Culinary Pleasures - A book review

Culinary Pleasures

Cookbooks and the Transformation of British Food

Nicola Humble

After the positive reception to my first book review; A History of Food in 100 Recipes… 421 more words

Removed from the Cloth

   This is the receipt (recipe) for Sagoe Pudding removed cleanly from the cloth (pudding bag) but without garnish or sauce.

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Culinary History

Family Apple Pie Recipe from Iconic Red Lion Inn

Apple Pie for the Holidays
with Executive Chef, Brian Alberg of The Red Lion Inn

Apple Pie is an American staple. First brought to the colonies in the 16th century, the pie has gone through several alterations over the centuries to become one of the most popular desserts in the country. 688 more words

Hilltown Families

Gazette 11/2014

Another month without a recipe, but I’ve been busy finishing the Chriskitch Cookbook. This has not stopped me reading however so there is still lots to share. 243 more words

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