Part II Dia de los Muertos: Calacas, Pan de Muerto, and How to Make a Feast

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Earlier this week I wrote about some of the traditions associated with Dia de los Muertos . I discussed some of the broader traditions a...
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Dia de los Muertos and Tortillas

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This weekend is Dia de los Muertos! In order to celebrate, I will be writing a three part series about some of the foods associated with th...
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La mélasse coule dans les veines de Boston... et dans ses rues

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À l'heure du midi, le 15 janvier 1919, on entend dans les rues du North End de Boston un bruit ressemblant à une mitrailleuse. Certai...
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Les bonbons de Salem

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Attendu que : En 1692 à Salem Village, non loin de Boston dans l’état du Massachusetts, 25 personnes furent condamnées et exécutées à la ...
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Fannie Farmer and The Boston Cooking School Cookbook (1896): A History of Science, Gender, and Food

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Fannie Farmer, writer of the Boston Cooking School Cookbook , dedicated her infamous 1896 text to Mrs. William B. Sewall, the President of ...
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Guest Post: When a pudding is a pie - by Andrea Quillen

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When I see rosy and robust apples at the farmer’s market, they become an immediate signal of autumn’s arrival.   Forget about go...
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Guest post: « Food will win the war » : Quand cuisiner devient un devoir patriotique (1914-1918)

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« Women of America awake ! We have a definite part to play in the greatest tragedy in the world’s history. W...
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