Food & History: September 17

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Food & History: September 17 1899  Charles A. Pillsbury dies 1900  Hotelier John Willard Marriott born. 1968  Joseph ‘Joe’ Bastianich born, restaurateur, winemaker and author. […]

Food & History: August 27

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Food & History: August 27 1940 Nestle trademarks ‘Toll House’ chocolate chip cookies. 1971  Restaurateur Alice Waters opens Chez Panisse in Berkeley, California. Please follow and like us:

Garlic Bread

August 13, 2018 0

Garlic Bread Next time you are craving some great Italian garlic bread and don’t want to spend the money for takeout, here is the next […]

Smokey Macaroni & Cheese

August 7, 2018 0

Smokey Macaroni & Cheese I stole this recipe from Ariane Kitchen & Bar in Verona NJ.  I also adapted it from Alton Brown’s recipe from […]

Food & History: August 4

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Food & History: August 4 1693  Dom Perignon discovers the process for making champagne. He is quoted as saying “Come quickly, I am tasting the stars!”. It […]

Food & History: August 3

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Food & History: August 3 1492  Christopher Columbus’ first voyage from Spain to what he thought were the Indies but turned out to be the […]

Food & History: July 1

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Food & History: July 1 1910  Ward Baking Company of Chicago opens the first completely automated bread plant in the United States. 1916  Coca-Cola starts […]

Food & History: June 17

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Food & History: June 17 1239  King Edward I of England born. His coronation feast included 278 bacon hogs, 450 pigs, 440 oxen, 430 sheep […]

Food & History: June 8

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Food & History: June 8 1784  Marie-Antoine Careme born, known as the “Chef of kings and the king of chefs.” 1786  The first advertisement for ice […]

Food & History: May 25

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Food & History: May 25 1882  The first frozen mutton from New Zealand arrives in Britain. 1918  H. David Dalquist born, creator of the aluminum […]

Food & History: May 19

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Food & History: May 19 1713  Over 200 people rioted on Boston Common over the high price of bread. Please follow and like us:

Pizza Rustica

April 2, 2018 0

Pizza Rustica Pizza Rustica, also known as Pizzagaina or “pizza gain” as slang is a very rich pie made for Easter with a lot of […]

Food & History: March 26

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Food & History: March 26 1753  Benjamin Thompson, Count von Rumford born.  American physician who invented the percolator, a pressure cooker and a kitchen stove.  […]

Manicotti

March 4, 2018 0

Manicotti There are so many ethnic stereotypes, especially when you watch sitcoms from previous century, especially when the setting is New York City.  My favorite […]

Yukon Gold Baby Potatoes

December 25, 2017 0

Yukon Gold Baby Potatoes This is a great side dish that can be served with beef, chicken, meatloaf, or any other dish where potatoes and/or mashed […]

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