Ducking for Apples
Saturday, October 31, 2009
Halloween - Ducking (Bobbing) for apples
Monday, October 26, 2009
Ivan Day's Dessert Tables
Ivan Day created a dessert table in two U.S. museums with his exquisite sugar creations and extensively researched food displays.
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Labels: Exhibits, Table setting
Friday, October 23, 2009
Scraping By - Conferences, symposiums, exhibits 2009
14 events in 2009
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Labels: Book review, Events, Exhibits, Food History, Symposiums
Monday, October 19, 2009
Most museums contain a library available to the public. It may be one room in a small local museum or a large collection of books and manuscripts. Generally anyone may research their holdings, although a couple, the Folger (DC) and Huntington (CA) have restrictions.
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Labels: Research - site
Monday, October 5, 2009
Preserved Pumpkin Chips - 1840 & 1770
Pumpkins can be made into many other recipes other than pie. Be sure that they are of the 'eating' variety not field or jack-o-lanterns. These Chips are sweet preserves to accompany dishes or as a snack. The 1840 recipe (and the modern interpretation) results in alot of water being taken out...
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Labels: Leslie, Pennsylvania, Pumpkin Chips, Pumpkins, Recipes
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