Adding a bit of Spice won't Help this Gross Cake

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 Do not waste your time making this spice cake. I started The Historical Cooking Project with my friends, in part, as a great way to ...
Posted by : Alex Ketchum
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Les quelquechoses, les kickshaws, et les croquettes de morue

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Au printemps, certains disent qu'il y a "quelque chose" dans l'air. Un feeling , ou peut-être une odeur, déclenchant un ...
Posted by : Carolynn McNally
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Mr. English Housewife and the Value of Cookbooks

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She must not be butter-fingered, sweet toothed, nor faint-hearted; for, the first wil let every thing fall the second will consume what it ...
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Vínarterta

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There are some who cook for comfort, revisiting family recipes whenever they get the chance. These are the people who shriek if you sneak a...
Posted by : Kathleen Gudmundsson
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Celebration in Work: Experiencing Slovakia through the Pig Slaughter - by J. Luke Ryder

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In the first days of September 1944, a village in northwestern Slovakia became reluctant host to some hungry guests. Inva...
Posted by : Carolynn McNally
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Introducing a New Series!

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We, at The Historical Cooking Project, are pleased to announce that in addition to our regular Tuesday and Thursday posts about the cookboo...
Posted by : Alex Ketchum
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Soupe à la crème sûre et aux pommes de terre

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There is not much to say about a potato soup where all one has to do is boil diced potatoes in a small amount of water until they turn t...
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Avec des pattes de cochon et un sac de bas, on n'est jamais pauvre!

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Mon grand-père n'était pas un homme à faire des cadeaux, mais un jour il a annoncé à ma mère qu'en faisant le grand ménage de sa m...
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