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Remembering Jane Grigson, a British Food Writer Gone Too Soon*
Do You Smell Anything Cooking?
Lessons from Medieval England: The Relationship Between the Sick Room and the Kitchen
The Eels of Hannah, Or, Hannah Glasse’s Lenten Recipes
Capouns In Councys, from The Forme of Cury (1390)
The Threads of Time, or, Who is that Woman in the Painting?
Lessons from “The Great British Bake Off”
The Curry Guy
Happy Christmas to All!
A Murder of Crows, An Unkindness of Ravens
9 Years of Writing about History … A Celebration!
Elinor Cooks the Christmas Goose
Day 2: Oysters – Celebrate American Food History
A Tarte to prouoke courage either in man or Woman.
The Ancient Story Behind Veterans’/Armistice Day, or, The Significance of St. Martin of Tours
News and Views
Idylls of Cuisine, #92
Dig for Victory! Locavorism in Eons Past
Idylls of Cuisine, #42
Idylls of Cuisine, #40
Saints, Souls, and Haints: Still Nuts
Saints, Souls, and Haints: Nuts
Saints, Souls, and Haints: Apples
Saints, Souls, and Haints: Cabbages and Rings
The Gift of the Bees: Mead
Food in Medieval England: Diet and Nutrition
The Random Herbalist: The Monastic Physic Garden
Idylls of Cuisine #18
At the Tables of the Monks: The Larderer