Forget those crunchy triangles you find at Starbucks. The Victorian scones of Tolkien’s day were far more like southern style American biscuits.
Like American biscuits, these are best served hot and buttered. 392 more words
People think of the founding fathers as being stiff necked and straight laced, but the truth is they could party harder than frat boys on spring break. 274 more words
This week, we continue our countdown to Doctor Who’s 50th Anniversary. If you’re lined up outside a cold theater waiting for the 3D special, you might want to fight off hunger with a historically Whovain snack that harkens back to what the groundlings would’ve eaten at the Globe Theater. 808 more words
Use a head of white cabbage; remove carefully 1/2 doz. of the outer leaves, cut a good sized circle in the top with a sharp knife; reserve a few pieces cut off the top, and then remove the inside of the cabbage, leaving only a frame; be very careful not to cut into it, or the dressing will escape. 109 more words