Initially muffins were what we call "English Muffins" - a yeast dough cooked on a griddle in muffin rings. Later American recipes for a cake like muffin used pans or cups. Both types of muffins with recipes, and the rings and pans are described below. ...
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
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As part of the Archives' "What's Eating, Uncle Sam" exhibit a two hour discussion on Early American Cooking, Customs, and Chocolate - The panelists were Stephen A. McLeod, author of Dining with the Washingtons; Mary V. Thompson, research historian at Mount Vernon; Rodney Snyder, Mars Chocolate history research director; and B.L. Trahos, open hearth cooking instructor for Gunston Hall.