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Rhubarb Marmalade - Vintage Recipe from Cooking Club Magazine, April 1907

Rhubarb Marmalade – Cooking Club 1907

A vintage recipe for rhubarb marmalade, a delicious twist on sweet marmalade jam with step-by-step photos on The History Kitchen. Read More

Homemade Apple Juice and Apple Leather on The History Kitchen

The Old Fashioned Way: Apple Juice & Apple Leather

Learn to make homemade apple juice and apple leather, no apple press needed. Simple old fashioned method for all-natural tasty apple products! Read More

Lamb Stew with Pears

Swedish Lamb Stew with Pears

Recipe for Swedish Lamb Stew with Pears Potatoes & Green Beans from “The Swedish Princesses Cook Book,” aka “Prinsessornas Kokbok” published 1936 Read More

A 1955 vintage recipe for Tomato Frost on TheHistoryKitchen.com

Tomato Frost

Chef Louise Mellor shares a recipe for Tomato Frost, a savory granita, from The Best in Cookery in the Middle West by Grace Grosvenor Clark, 1955 Read More

The Old Fashioned Way: Homemade Ginger Beer on The History Kitchen #vintage #recipe

The Old Fashioned Way: Homemade Ginger Beer

Learn to make ginger beer (aka ginger ale) the old fashioned way, with fresh grated ginger and the power of active yeast. Read More

The Old Fashioned Way: Sugared Roses on TheHistoryKitchen.com #history #vintage #recipes

The Old Fashioned Way: Sugared Roses

Learn to make old fashioned sugared rose petals and rose-infused sugar with simple, historically-inspired methods on The History Kitchen. Read More

Heirloom Tomatoes

A History of Heirloom Fruits and Vegetables

Learn the history and benefits of heirloom vegetables, from Thomas Jefferson to present, and try a recipe for Heirloom Tomato Salsa Fresca. Read More

Homemade Butter on TheHistoryKitchen.com #vintage #cooking #tutorial

The Old Fashioned Way: Homemade Butter

How to make butter at home from scratch the old fashioned way using simple kitchen tools, no butter churn required. Includes brief butter history Read More

Smoking Bishop

Drinking with Charles Dickens – The Smoking Bishop

Learn to make a Victorian inspired recipe for Smoking Bishop, a mulled wine holiday punch from Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. Read More

Pumpkin Pudding

Thanksgiving, Lincoln and Pumpkin Pudding

Lincoln was the first president to declare Thanksgiving a national holiday. Read the history and learn a historical recipe for Pumpkin Pudding from Lincoln’s lifetime. Read More

Andersen's Split Pea Soup

Andersen’s Split Pea Soup

Vintage recipe for Andersen’s Split Pea Soup from Andersen’s Restaurant in Buellton, California. Family recipe. Vegan, Gluten Free. Read More

Peach Melba

Opera, Escoffier & Peaches: The Peach Melba

History of the Peach Melba, the famed dessert created by French chef Auguste Escoffier and inspired by Australian opera star Nellie Melba. Read More

Anne of Green Gables Raspberry Cordial

Anne of Green Gables Raspberry Cordial

Make traditional Raspberry Cordial from the Anne of Green Gables book series by L.M. Montgomery. Recipe and step by step tutorial. Non-alcoholic. Read More

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What They Ate on Titanic – Salmon Mousseline

Learn about the food onboard Titanic, inspired by M. Escoffier, then try a historical Titanic recipe for Poached Salmon with Mousseline Sauce. Read More

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What Thomas Jefferson Ate – Marinated Asparagus

Historical recipe from the City Tavern Cookbook. Asparagus dressed the French way- olive oil, red wine vinegar, hard cooked egg, capers, herbs. Read More

Martha Washington's Preserved Cherries

What George Washington Ate – Preserved Cherries

How to preserve cherries in sugar syrup using a historical recipe from Martha Washington’s Booke of Cookery. George Washington’s favorite fruit was cherries! Read More

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What the Colonial Virginians Ate – Apple Tansey

Learn what the Colonial settlers of Virginia ate, then try a traditional colonial recipe for Apple Tansey. Food history. Read More

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What the Tudors Ate – Rice Pudding

Learn what the upper classes of Tudor England ate during the reign of Henry VIII and try a historically inspired recipe for Rice Pudding. Read More

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What the Ancient Israelites Ate – Jacob’s Lentil Stew

Historical recipe for Jacob’s Lentil Stew and background on ancient Israelite food and cooking. Torah, Biblical cooking, Israel, Neot Kedumim Read More

What the Ancient Israelites Ate - Ful Mudammas Recipe

What the Ancient Israelites Ate – Ful Mudammas

Learn a historical recipe from ancient Israel – Ful Mudammas made with fava beans, olive oil, onion, garlic, and cumin. Read More