“Being the historical Society, we wanted to tie that in with family recipes, hoping to collect ethnic and special family recipes.To get recipes included, email the Historical Society to receive a pre-designed form at [email protected]
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The next Scenic City Supper Club will be held at a newly renovated historical building downtown.Guest chef Rob McDaniel of Springhouse in Alexander City, Alabama, will join chef Erik Niel (Easy Bistro & Bar, Main Street Meats) and others to create the meal.
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Kendra Ward learns some age-old cooking techniques during the monthly colonial cooking class at the Wilton Historical Society.Kendra Ward learns some age-old cooking techniques during the monthly colonial cooking class at the Wilton Historical Society.
Disver fantastic food, historical sights and beautiful weather in stunning region of Puglia — and that's part of Italy's 'boot'
I stayed at La Sommita Relais, a beautiful hotel at the top of Ostuni’s cobbled streets, near the city’s main cathedral.Opened two years ago, it is a tribute to the owner’s grandmother, Antonia Fiermonte, who was born in Puglia.
BOSTON—In what seems to suggest acute homesickness among the colonists, historians at Boston University said on Wednesday that newly uncovered documents indicate that most pilgrims sailed back to Europe in the fall of 1623 to celebrate the first Thanksgiving at home.“What we see from personal diaries and ships’ logs is that the majority of these settlers, rather than stay put and observe the holiday in Plymouth, decided to brave the three-month journey back across the Atlantic to be with family and friends,” said professor Willa Sinclair, adding that the few pilgrims who remained in the New World either couldn’t afford the trip or refused to go if their father was bringing his new girlfriend.
“The choice of the fish has to be a high-quality fish raised in a carefully-tended pond, and the cooking temperature has to be just right.Many of the current members are either members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans or similar organizations.
Sunday, October 29 at Hurd House Museum, 25 Hollow Rd.Guests may discover how the Hurd family would prepared for the winter and spring months during the late 1600’s.
Historical Society trying to do what is best for Mamie Eisenhower birthplace site - News - The Ames Tribune
org, where people can contribute to the preservation of the building,” MacKay said, adding the donations do no guarantee that site will remain a museum.“That kind of humidity on fabric and paper is the enemy as far as keeping things preserved and in good condition — so we are trying to turn that around,” MacKay said.
The Nicollet County Historical Society will open the E.Julien Cox House to trick-or-treaters.
Born in Alton, Illinois, Carol Boulris moved to Needham in 1969 with her three children and her husband Chet, who had just left the U.She was a Needham Town Meeting member for nearly 30 years, a Needham School Committee member for close to 10 years, she has been on the board of directors for the Needham Historical Society for over 30 years and she has been the chairperson for the Historical Commission for 14 years.
It has been many years since I have eaten a squirrel, but I recall that they were pretty tasty.Annie Oakley was said to have paid off the mortgage on her family's farm by hunting and selling small game.
It’s little grown today, but used to be the staple crop for many farmers.Using whole meal wheat and dark rye, maslin bread is a high-fiber, wholesome alternative to the classic white loaf.
A few years ago, the food historian Bruce Kraig learned from his friend and colleague Andrew Smith that plans were under way for a food encyclopedia of New York City.The news bruised Kraig's midwestern pride.
The city of Istanbul, which has been nominated as the "world's gastronomic capital," will host Gastronomist 2017, set to kick off tomorrow.The event is organized with the cooperation of the Culture and Tourism Ministry and Istanbul's Fatih Municipality and is to be Turkey's first international event entirely focused on traditional food cultures.
Potluck to feature family recipes from the old country at Historical Society of Cheshire County | Local News
The Historical Society of Cheshire County is hosting another Pop Up Museum, and this time it will double as a potluck luncheon.The theme is “Family Recipes from the Old Country.
The Historical Society of Cheshire County is hosting one of its Pop Up Museums, and this time it’s also a potluck luncheon — the theme is Family Recipes from the Old Country.The event will be at the Historical Society at 246 Main St.