Puffed Eggs for Dinner, Anyone?

I love this article and video about puffed eggs from Colonial Williamsburg's historic food blog. I've eaten eggs many ways for many meals, but I haven't seen eggs made this way before! Eggs weren’t just for breakfast in the 18th century. In fact, ...

Grilled Asparagus with Smoked Salt

I will only eat asparagus two ways ... grilled and roasted. Asparagus was one of my least favorite vegetables when I was a kid. In fact, I wouldn't touch it ... and gave a couple cans of it away to the food pantry once, much to my mother's dismay ...

Coffee Recipes from 1915

This group of interesting coffee recipes was published in the November 15, 1915 edition of the Daily Public Ledger in Maysville, Kentucky. We think of coffee as being that hot or iced drink that gives us the necessary kick in the morning to get ...
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