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November 2, 2019 · Posted in Cookbook · Comment 

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Memories with Food at Gipsy House – Food
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Aubergine-wrapped ricotta gnocchi with sage butter
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November 1, 2019 · Posted in Cookbook · Comment 

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first-time cookbook
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dorrance_a-d716_034
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Image by Schlesinger Library, RIAS, Harvard University
Description: Susie G. Larned Dorrance Recipe Book. Manuscript recipes.

Repository: Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America.

Collection: Susie G. Larned Dorrance Recipe Book

Call Number: A/D716

Catalog Record: id.lib.harvard.edu/aleph/001925901/catalog

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Image from page 152 of “The Boston Cooking School magazine of culinary science and domestic economics” (1896)
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Identifier: bostoncookingsch19hill_7
Title: The Boston Cooking School magazine of culinary science and domestic economics
Year: 1896 (1890s)
Authors: Hill, Janet McKenzie, 1852-1933, ed Boston Cooking School (Boston, Mass.)
Subjects: Home economics Cooking
Publisher: Boston : Boston Cooking-School Magazine
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Public Library

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ront, where darningwould show plainly. Of course thepatch comes off in the laundering, butit may be renewed much more easilythan a piece could be sewed upon it. Upholstered furniture may be mostsuccessfully beaten, indoors, withoutcreating dust, by covering with a dampcloth while beating. A damp clothspread over registers, while the furnaceis being cared for, keeps all the dustfrom the rooms. Those who live inflats will find this most helpful. To remove vermin from plants, atnight place a raw potato, cut in twoand hollowed out to form a cup, up-side down in your flower boxes or plantjars, near the affected plant; in themorning the vermin will be inside thepotato and can be destroyed. Havetried this with great success. A. H. H. The Microbe Militant He was a simple country lad Who started in a bank;They gave him greasy bills to count, Soiled Vs and Xs rank;He scorned to use a moistened sponge. This son of soil and plough;But wet his fingers with his tongue — The microbes have him now!

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THIS department is for the benefit and free use of our subscribers. Questions relating torecipes, and those pertaining to culinary science and domestic economies in general,will be cheerfully answered by the editor. For menus remit .00. Communicationsfor this department must reach us before the first of the month preceding that in which theanswers are expected to appear. In letters requesting answer by mail, please enclose postagestamps. Address queries to Janet M. Hill, Editor, Boston Cooking-School Magazine,372 Boylston Street, Boston, Mass. Answer to Query 1360. —Mrs. D. A. S.,San Jose\ Cal.: Recipe for Archangel Cake. Archangel Cake (Back number of Boston Cooking-School Magazine) Beat one cup of butter to a creamand gradually beat in one cup ofgranulated sugar. Beat the whites ofeight eggs until dry. Add a little ofthe beaten eggs to the butter andsugar, then add two cups of siftedflour, sifted again with two level tea-spoonfuls of baking powder, the restof the egg-whites and

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Toronto Life Cookbook Event at CFC

October 28, 2019 · Posted in Cookbook · Comment 

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Toronto Life Cookbook Event at CFC
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Toronto Life and CFC celebrated the premiere edition of Toronto Life Cookbook, featuring 100 recipes from the city’s best chefs. Guests sampled a variety of culinary food and drink offerings made from recipes from the Cookbook.

The evening also marked the unveiling of the Miele Kitchen,
designed by J.F. Brennan, and the GlucksteinHome design project at Windfields Estate.

To learn more about CFC, please visit: www.cfccreates.com

Photo by: George Pimentel

The Grand Central Baking Book
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Toronto Life Cookbook Event at CFC
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Image by Canadian Film Centre
Toronto Life and CFC celebrated the premiere edition of Toronto Life Cookbook, featuring 100 recipes from the city’s best chefs. Guests sampled a variety of culinary food and drink offerings made from recipes from the Cookbook.

The evening also marked the unveiling of the Miele Kitchen,
designed by J.F. Brennan, and the GlucksteinHome design project at Windfields Estate.

To learn more about CFC, please visit: www.cfccreates.com

Photo by: George Pimentel

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October 15, 2019 · Posted in Cookbook · Comment 

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Image from page 649 of “American cookery” (1914)
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Identifier: americancookery19unse_0
Title: American cookery
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors:
Subjects:
Publisher: New York [etc.] : Whitney Publications [etc.]
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
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rize—L. McDonald – St. Louis, Missouri Prize—Mrs. T. J. Kennard – Redlands, Cal. Prize—Mrs. G. H. Meek – Fostina, Ohio Prize—Mrs. A. J. Lyon – Wichita Falls, Texas Prize—Mrs. C. V. Hamm – Fort Logan, Colo. Prize—V. Lucile Tustin – Chillicothe, Ohio Prize—Jessie A. Boys – – Ames, Iowa Prize—America Akers – Lebanon, Indiana Prize—Florence Irene Archer, New York City We have not room, in this small space, togive the names of all the winners. The fulllist will be given in the March, 1916, issueof Good Hoasekeeinng, or sent on receiptof 2c to cover postage. Kitchen Bouquet has been used by expertcooks and famous chefs for over thirty yearswho would not be without it. Send for asample bottle. A dash of it, added to soups,meats, gravies, sauces, etc., will give themthe most tempting aroma and delicious flavorimaginable. It will transform even a com-monplace dish into a real triumph. Send for a free sample todaySold by grocers everywhere THE PALISADE MFG. CO.

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353 Clinton Ave.West Hoboken, N.J. and a wholesome stimulus if it is keptas a servant; as a master it too fre-quently leads to ruin. — Youths Companion. Faithful to the End Outside many cottages in northernFrance, says the London Field, you willsee a caged wheel, some six feet in di-ameter, fastened to the wall. Oc-casionally you will see a dog enter it,and squirrel fashion set it revolving forabout an hour. At the other end of theaxle of the wheel, inside the house, thereis a churn that is filled with milk everymorning. Always at the same momentthe dog reports for duty. He steps intothe wheel immediately, revolves itfaithfully for an hour, and then stepsout and goes his way to play like otherdogs. One morning man began showing hissuperior intelligence by pouring a hailof shells into the quiet village. Theshells unroofed the httle cottages orconverted them into mounds of ruin.The inhabitants fled precipitately. Butthe dogs did not run away; nor did theyconsider that the shells conce

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Chef Jager
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Image by SandShoes
Thought "belling" the kitten would mean I’d hear him jump onto the counter… obviously not

SlicingApplesAction2
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Image by YoAmes
slicing apples–action shot!

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September 18, 2019 · Posted in Cookbook · Comment 

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Challah – Two cookbooks
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Image by grongar

LifeCycle: Creation
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Image by swissnex San Francisco
Tiare Ribeaux is a new media and interdisciplinary Hawaiian-American artist, filmmaker and curator based in the Bay Area. She is the Founder and Artistic Director of B4BEL4B gallery, co-founder of REFRESH Art, Science, and Technology; and heads the Art-Science program at Counter Culture Labs and created the "Bioplastic Cookbook for Ritual Healing from Petrochemical Landscapes." Her bioplastics were displayed as part of our LifeCycle: Creation | DIY Biology event at swissnex San Francisco.

Around the world, maker spaces are placing the latest biological and genetic technologies into the hands of amateur scientists. From engineering new types of cheese or homemade insulin to tinkering with bioluminescent algae, citizen science initiatives are bringing laboratory science to the world, unleashing new forms of creativity and experimentation. We brought together key players from the Global Hackteria network, the Innovative Genomics Institute, Counter Culture Labs, Open Insulin, and McVicker Pickles for an evening exploring the future of biology through Do-It-Yourself projects ranging from brewing kombucha to extracting your own DNA for implantation into watermelons.

PHOTOS ASTRA BRINKMANN / SWISSNEX SF

StewBeef
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Image by YoAmes
stew beef; I know that looks vaguely like a heart shape but it’s chunks of stew beef still sort of compressed from the paper wrapping

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