The Plimoth Colony Cook Book

Author: Elizabeth St. John Bruce
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 048644371X
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The Plimoth Colony Cook Book from the Author: Elizabeth St. John Bruce. Originally published: The Plymouth Antiquarian Society, 9th ed., 2004.

Giving Thanks

Author: Kathleen Curtin
Publisher: Clarkson Potter Publishers
ISBN: 9781400080571
Size: 22.34 MB
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Giving Thanks from the Author: Kathleen Curtin. Traces the history of Thanksgiving, explores the origin and development of various holiday traditions, and furnishes an assortment of recipes that range from appetizers to dessert.

Plymouth Colony Its History People 1620 1691

Author: Eugene Aubrey Stratton
Publisher: Ancestry Publishing
ISBN: 9780916489182
Size: 15.91 MB
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Plymouth Colony Its History People 1620 1691 from the Author: Eugene Aubrey Stratton. Traces the religious, political, and social history of the New England colony of Plymouth.

The Virginia Housewife

Author: Mary Randolph
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486142191
Size: 37.78 MB
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The Virginia Housewife from the Author: Mary Randolph. Charming guide, published in 1824, offers directions for making rabbit soup, beef steak pie, fried calf's feet, shoulder of mutton with celery sauce, leg of pork with pease pudding, and other culinary treats.

The U S History Cookbook

Author: Joan D'Amico
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471463368
Size: 76.57 MB
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The U S History Cookbook from the Author: Joan D'Amico. Serve up a heaping lesson of history with delicious recipes from our nation's past-- from the pilgrims' first feast to today's high-tech, low-fat fare Who knew history could be so delicious? In The U.S. History Cookbook, you'll discover how Americans have lived and dined over the centuries. This scrumptious survey of periods and events in U.S. history mixes together a delectable batter of food timelines, kid-friendly recipes, and fun food facts throughout each chapter, including such fascinating tidbits as: Sunday was baked bean day in many colonial family homes; pioneers took advantage of the rough trails to churn milk into butter; the Girl Scouts first started selling cookies in the 1930s to save money for summer camp; and so much more! Kids will have a great time learning about the past while they cook up easy and yummy recipes, including: * Cornmeal Blueberry Mush, a favorite dish of the Native Americans of the Northeast * King Cake, the traditional cake served at the Mardi Gras Festival in New Orleans, Louisiana * Amazing Country Scrambled Eggs, an essential part of any hearty pioneer breakfast * Cocoanut Pudding, a favorite dessert of travelers riding the transcontinental railroad in the 1870s * Baked Macaroni 'N' Cheese, a popular and inexpensive dish enjoyed during the Depression The U.S. History Cookbook also includes information on cooking tools and skills, with important rules for kitchen safety and clean up.

Pilgrims Of Plymouth

Author: Susan E. Goodman
Publisher: Paw Prints
ISBN: 9781442016736
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Pilgrims Of Plymouth from the Author: Susan E. Goodman. Briefly describes what life was like for the pilgrims who came to America in the seventeenth century.


Author: Kathy Neustadt
Publisher: Univ of Massachusetts Press
ISBN: 9780870237997
Size: 21.75 MB
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Clambake from the Author: Kathy Neustadt. An appreciative examination of the New England clambake, Neustadt divides her study into three parts: historical (social, economic, political, regional, and cultural) influences on the clambake; a close focus on the Allen's Neck clambake as a cultural phenomena in its own right; and a critical examination of the central elements of the clambaking tradition--food, ritual, and festival. The author views the clambake as a unique American folk tradition with interesting connections and rich resonances with other aspects of American culture and history.

Thanksgiving Delights Cookbook

Author: Karen Jean Matsko Hood
Publisher: Whispering Pine Press International, Inc.
ISBN: 1594341648
Size: 67.95 MB
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Thanksgiving Delights Cookbook from the Author: Karen Jean Matsko Hood. For this thankful time of year, author Karen Jean Matsko Hood presents a unique cookbook that is full of tasty and satisfying recipes. Inside are page after page of mouth-watering recipes that, when prepared, will certainly be a hit with family and guests alike during this special season. Written for the novice and the accomplished chef alike, Thanksgiving Delights Cookbook will be appreciated by all. The ingredients for each recipe can be found at your local market or grocer throughout the year. Thanksgiving Delights Cookbook is sure to be a valuable addition to your kitchen library and a great gift idea for the chef on your giving list.