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Day 374 Vanilla Ice Cream

There is nothing quite like home-made ice cream on a hot day. Ice cream was a popular treat on a hot summer’s day in 1906. Today we can pull a tub of commercially prepared ice cream from the freezer, go … Continue reading

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Day 366 Devilled Crabs, Creamed Lobster, Pigs In Blanket, and Dressing for Raw Oysters

Wow, I did it! This is my 366th entry and time for a bit of a celebration since I achieved what I promised. For one year — a leap year  — I have cooked, blogged, and researched every single day … Continue reading

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Day 263 Graham Pudding and Foaming Sauce

The cooler weather is coming and it is time for more steamed puddings. These are the cake like desserts that are boiled or steamed for hours and emerge moist and tasty. Last night I made Miss E. Briegel’s (of Montreal) Graham … Continue reading

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Day 155 Dainty Onions

Today I’m making Dainty Onions. This recipe, contributed by Mrs. G. E. Potter, is the only onion recipe in the 1906 Berlin Cook Book. It calls for tiny green onions so I’ve been waiting anxiously to make it. Yesterday I … Continue reading

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