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Don Quixote and Me
Homage to La Cocina Española? Where are the Books?
The Rice in Spain, Not So Easy to Explain
“In the Shadow of Ravens: A Novel” Just Published!!!
Cooking Like a Catalan, No Matter Where You Are
For Me, All Roads Lead to Spain
Novel Due Out Soon: In the Shadow of Ravens
11 Years of Writing About Food and Culinary History – A Blog Anniversary!!!
Cooking Cuban During El Período Especial Estadounidense
Oh, it’s a Sailor’s Life for Me! Lobscouse and Dandyfunk
Being Ernest: On ” Writing One True Sentence”
In Ernest Hemingway’s Key West Kitchen
Land of Sun and Shadows: Florida During the Gilded Age (1)
Hoarder? Bibliophile? Collector?
“Railroad Cake”, an Historic Recipe from Haile Homestead, and Sarah Rutledge Takes a Back Seat
Mulacolong, from Sarah Rutledge’s The Carolina Housewife:
Introducing Sarah Rutledge, a Cookbook Author You’re Going to Get to Know Very Well!
Beef y-Stywyd, from “Two Fifteenth-Century Cookery Books”
What’s That You Say??? Medieval Culinary Terminology Unmasked*
Keep on Feasting! For Lovers of “Game of Thrones”
Culinary Manuscripts, or, Deciphering the Code
Pignagoscé sur chapons (Pignagoscé on Capons), Plus Some Words on Paleography
A Handbook for Historic Recipe Reconstruction and Cookbook Analysis: “A Hastiness of Cooks”
Who was Gervase Markham? A Forgotten English Food Writer Comes Alive in a New Book
Before There was Martha S., There was Martha B.*
Francisco Martínez Montiño, a King’s Cook (and a Major Character in Spanish Culinary History)
In the Scent of Cinnamon, a Whiff of Medieval Humoral Theory
The Eels of Hannah, Or, Hannah Glasse’s Lenten Recipes
“A Hastiness of Cooks”: A How-to Handbook for Lovers of Historic Cooking and Cookbooks
Speaking of France …