Food & History: August 13

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Food & History: August 13 1913  True Stainless steel was cast for the first time in England. It revolutionized the cutlery industry. 1917  Eduard Buchner […]

Food & History: August 9

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Food & History: August 9 1762  Southern US cookbook author Mary Randolph born. ‘The Virginia Housewife’ in 1824 is considered the most influential cookbooks of […]

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 […]

Fajitas

August 6, 2018 0

Fajitas Fajita first appears in books as early as 1971.  It is a cuisine that is Texan-Mexican “Tex-Mex” or Tejano.  It gets its name from […]

Chimichurri Sauce

August 5, 2018 0

Chimichurri Sauce Chimichurri sauce is considered an Argentine condiment to grilled beef skirt steaks. Think of it as Argentine pesto.  Its super easy, just put […]

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 25

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Food & History: July 25 1948  Bread rationing from during the war ends in Britain. 1952  Puerto Rico becomes a self-governing commonwealth of the United […]

Food & History: July 18

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Food & History: July 18 1936  The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile invented. 1936  Elizabeth Coblentz was born in Indiana, an Amish cooking columnist and cookbook author. […]

Chicken Cordon Bleu

July 9, 2018 0

Chicken Cordon Bleu Cordon Bleu is said to have been found in Swiss cookbooks as far back as 194o.  While it could be made with […]

Food & History: June 30

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Food & History: June 30 1896  William S. Hadaway receive a US patent an electric stove. 1906  The Pure Food & Drug Act and the […]

Lobster Roll

June 23, 2018 0

Lobster Roll The Lobster Roll has made its way down from Maine to New York City.  There are now food trucks and many menus that […]

Food & History: June 18

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Food & History: June 18 1892  Macadamia nuts first planted in Hawaii. 1897  Juliet Corson dies, she was a librarian, cooking teacher, writer, and founder […]

Chicken Marengo

June 14, 2018 0

Chicken Marengo In the year 1800 it is said Chicken Marengo was a dish created by Napoleon’s Swiss chef to commemorate Napoleon’s victory over the […]

Anthony Bourdain

June 8, 2018 0

Anthony Bourdain June 25, 1956  –  June 8, 2018 Cook, Chef, Writer, Avid Traveler, Journalist.  The photo above I took at a benefit charity event […]

Frittata

June 7, 2018 0

Frittata   Think of a frittata as an Italian dish that is a cross between an omelet and a quiche.  While you an certainly cook it […]

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