The Historical Cooking Project is Going to the CHA!

As you may have noticed, The Historical Cooking Project has begun to publish guest posts from food scholars and other historical food bloggers. We have some exciting upcoming posts that we can't wait to share with you later this summer!

 Carolynn McNally, the French Content Editor from the Historical Cooking Project, will be at the CHA (Canadian Historical Association) Conference from Sunday to Tuesday. If any of our readers are at the conference and would like to chat about historical food blogging, historical cooking, or are interested in doing a guest post, please get in touch with Carolynn. Her contact information is located on the "About Us" page. You can email her at:

Stay tuned for Tuesday's post on Simmon's Diet Bread from the first American cookbook!