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1813 Cinnamon harvesting in Ceylon  researchingfoodhistory.blogspot.com

Cinnamon harvesting in Ceylon 1813

1813 Cinnamon harvesting in Ceylon researchingfoodhistory.blogspot.com

planked fish: There were several methods, in addition to roasting on a plank or encasing in clay, to prepare fish by a fire

Planked Fish

Researching Food History - Cooking and Dining: Shad fishing

Maids 1864 possibly English

On September tailor Denis Barry from Dunmanway in West Co. Cork ventured into Antietam’s West Woods with the Massachusetts Infantry.

During the first half of the nineteenth century, farm girls and young women from throughout New England were recruited to work in the textile factories in Lowell, Massachusetts. Description from faculty.uml.edu. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Two Woman Weavers, 1860 (Merrimack Valley Textile Museum). Drawing In Illustration from A History of Wonderful Inventions (New York: Harper, n.

This is how we did it at the lake when I was little---except we didn't have the handy wringer in the middle'

ANTIQUE LAUNDRY PHOTO - 1916 Farm Gal in Apron on the Porch doing Laundry - wash pails, wringer, basket ,washboard - great for laundry room

Researching Food History - Cooking and Dining: Peacock Pye and Swan Pies

century paintings show elaborate peacock and swan pies adorning the dining tables. No question, a real show piece. But - a real head,.

Tort de moy: a dish fit for a king | The Cookbook of Unknown Ladies  Blog by Westminster Hall  So much information to delve into.

Tort de moy: a dish fit for a king

Posts about Puddings, cakes, biscuits on The Cookbook of Unknown Ladies

Food History Jottings: Edible Artistry

An eighteenth century rococo dessert I created at the Bowes Museum in 1994 using a Chelsea botanical dessert service, Derby fruit baskets .

The strange foods that Americans loved a century ago - The Washington Post

The strange foods that Americans loved a century ago

Calf's feet and lots of celery: What restaurants had on the menu a century ago.

A Tudor Feast - Part 1 of 4. Ruth Goodman, Alex Langlands, and Peter Ginn spend three days in a period kitchen recreating a feast from 1590.

A Tudor Feast - Part 1 of Ruth Goodman, Alex Langlands, and Peter Ginn spend three days in a period kitchen recreating a feast from This is interesting and gives a good example of the period food trends in the Century

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