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Salmon Pasties

Michael Dragoo joins us again to show us a recipe for “Salmon Pasties – The Italian Way”. It comes from the 1805 cookbook “Art of Cookery Made Plain and Easy” by Hannah Glasse. Help support the channel with Patreon ▶…

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March 21, 2018

“Pennsylvania Swankey”

Our suggested books on brewing▶… ▶▶ In today’s episode, Jon is transported back to 1836 as he visits Prairietown, part of Conner Prairie Interactive History Park in Fishers, Indiana. Martha Zimmerman (portrayed by historical interpreter Kim McCann) shares a…

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Baked Apple Pudding

This Baked Apple Pudding comes from the 1794 cookbook “Domestic Economy” by Maximilian Hazlemore. The flavor combination in this dish is excellent, and yes, 8 ounces of butter are in this pudding. Enjoy! Help support the channel with Patreon ▶…

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Turnip Ragout

Michael Dragoo joins us in the kitchen once again! In this episode we prepare a “Turnip Ragout”. This recipe is from the 1824 cookbook “The Virginia Housewife” by Mary Randolph. This is a delicious, easy recipe with some surprising ingredients!…

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Corn and Eels

Eels! That’s right, eels! We’re making a version of fall succotash based on a reference in the travel journal of George Loskiel from 1794. This recipe, as well as Loskiel’s journal, helps Jon and the crew connect to local history…

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“Mushrumps” In Cream

Our good friend Michael Dragoo is in the kitchen again! Today Jon and Michael prepare a dish called “To Dress A Dish Of Mushrumps” from Martha Washington’s “Booke of Cookery”. This one is perfect for sharing at living history events!…

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Today’s recipe is easily one of the best desserts we’ve ever made. This apple dumpling comes from “The London Art Of Cookery” by John Farley in 1792. You have to try it! Apple Pudding Episode ▶ ▶▶ Short Paste…

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A Peach Recipe 200 Years Old

It’s the perfect time of year for Peaches! Today we have a recipe from 1787 for a Peach Tart. This dish comes from “Cookery and Pastry” by Susanna Maciver. This one was an experiment, we hope you enjoy it! Help…

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Salted Cod With Eggs At Mount Vernon

We couldn’t stay away! We’re back at George Washington’s Mount Vernon for a bonus episode with Deb Colburn. Today she has a recipe for “Dressing A Salt Cod”. Enjoy! Mount Vernon’s YouTube Channel ▶… ▶▶ Help support the channel…

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Farina Soup

This recipe for “Farina Soup” comes from a 1795 German Cookbook, the title of which translates, “Instructions Of All Kind Of Cookery And Pastry.” Thanks to Kayla and Karen at Old Salem Museums and Gardens, who are presently translating two…

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18th Century Beef Pasty – Part 2

This is the second part of a two part series where we make beef pasties in an 18th century fashion.

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