Potage a la Julienne was/is a soup of broth with vegetables evenly cut in long thin square shapes, like wooden matchsticks or shoesting potatoes. Two recipes from 1759 and 1846...
Monday, January 23, 2012
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Labels: Culinary History, Food History, Recipes, Soup
Monday, January 9, 2012
A Civil War treat sold in Alexandria, Virginia stores for a penny was a gingerbread cookie "cut in the flat, rude shape of a prancing horse with very prominent ears and very stubbed legs.
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Labels: Cake, Civil War, Cookies, Culinary History, Food History, Horse-Cakes, Maryland Food History, Recipes, Virginia
Monday, January 2, 2012
Food History Symposiums 2012
There are 6 historic food conferences and symposiums in the next three months:
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Labels: Culinary History, Food History, Symposiums
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