Instructions on how to butcher, cook and carve a spare rib of pork from an 1831 Cincinnati cookbook is below. During this time, the city contained large hog packing operations, shipping the meat to the eastern markets.
Monday, September 28, 2015
Monday, September 21, 2015
Cats in the 16th and 17th century kitchen
Unlike the previous post on medieval cats, HERE, the cats in these paintings are more active. In fact, the first painting is filled with activity: 'Cats fighting in a larder' by Paul de Vos (1663, at The Prado). The still life includes asparagus, artichoke and... small birds strung on a stick. Click images to enlarge.
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Monday, September 14, 2015
Cats in the Medieval kitchen
Cats have always been clever creatures...the cats in the 3 images are staying near the food and people, and yet appear aloof. In the post on 16th and 17th cats in kitchens HERE they are more active. A few images (click to enlarge) from the Middle Ages...
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Labels: Culinary History, Food History, Kitchen
Monday, September 7, 2015
Pickers' checks or tokens for Labor Day
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Labels: Maryland Food History
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