#bbq #chicken #food #cooking

March 22, 2022 · Posted in Barbecue Foods · Comment 

Some cool barbecue foods images:

#bbq #chicken #food #cooking
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Food on a Stick 3
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Cooking an Artichoke: Simmer upside-down.

January 31, 2022 · Posted in Recipes · Comment 

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Cooking an Artichoke: Simmer upside-down.
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Image by Thomas Cizauskas
Fill a deep stock pot with 1/2 inch of water and bring to boil. Reduce to a simmer. Place cleaned, prepared artichoke face down in the water. Cover with a lid and cook at a strong simmer for 20 minutes.

Step 1. Trimming the leaves.
Step 2. Simmer upside-down
Step 3. Simmer right-side up.
Step 4. Eat the leaves.
Step 5. Preparing the choke.
Step 6. Removing the ‘hair.’
Step 7: Eating the choke.

Adapted from:
"How To Make (And Eat) A Perfect Steamed Artichoke"
Summer Tomato.

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Split pea and sausage soup, pt. 1
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1950’s newspaper
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This sounds like a good recipe. Found while restoring an old granary.

Day 215/365 – What’s Cooking?

July 7, 2021 · Posted in Cookbook · Comment 

A few nice cookbook images I found:

Day 215/365 – What’s Cooking?
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Image by Kevin H.
Real men wear aprons ; )

This week’s self-portrait is a shot of me taken from the perspective of my oven. I wasn’t actually baking anything today. I meant to go to the grocery store but it started raining yet again, so I just had some leftover cold pizza for dinner.

I enjoy cooking and especially baking. It’s kind of like edible carpentry. You start out with some raw parts that aren’t good for much by themselves, measure precisely, combine them carefully, and you eventually wind up with something really good. But unlike the case with a table or bookshelf, you can eat the final product.

I’m pretty good at baking cakes, pies, muffins, and quick breads, but I don’t know how to make yeast breads. The whole kneading and rising and punching it down thing seems awfully complicated, so I just cheat and use a bread machine. One of these days I’d like to take a bread baking class though so I could learn how to do it the old-fashioned way.

The other thing I can’t bake is cookies. I’ve tried and tried but I always make a mess of them. They invariably end up either over or underdone. Cookies are my baking kryptonite.

(May 11, 2009)

Apache Cookbook, in Hungarian
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The scan is pretty crappy. But here’s the HUNGARIAN edition of Apache Cookbook. How cool is that?

Cooking an artichoke: Trimming the leaves.

December 1, 2019 · Posted in Recipes · Comment 

Some cool recipes images:

Cooking an artichoke: Trimming the leaves.
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Image by Thomas Cizauskas
Select a fresh artichoke. (The top leaves of a fresh artichoke will squeak a bit when pinched.)

Use a large, sharp knife and cut off the top third of the artichoke. Peel off the smallest bottom leaves, and use scissors to trim the sharp thorn tips off each of the remaining leaves. Use the knife to cut the stem off close to the bulb, making the cut as straight as possible so the artichoke can easily sit upright without tipping over.

Step 1. Trimming the leaves.
Step 2. Simmer upside-down
Step 3. Simmer right-side up.
Step 4. Eat the leaves.
Step 5. Preparing the choke.
Step 6. Removing the ‘hair.’
Step 87: Eating the choke.

Adapted from:
"How To Make (And Eat) A Perfect Steamed Artichoke"
Summer Tomato.

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Photo by Yours For Good Fermentables.com.
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Cedar Plank Halibut
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Image by healthiermi
Find the recipe here.

Big Sky Vegetarian Chili
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Image by orionpozo
from Here’s What’s Cooking by Chugwater Chili Corporation

Image from page 452 of “The Boston Cooking School magazine of culinary science and domestic economics” (1896)

October 26, 2019 · Posted in Cook Books · Comment 

Some cool cook books images:

Image from page 452 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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xt come the vegetables —Not too many; you can fixAll the way from three to sixViand-groaning tables.Then the entrees find a place(All titbits and meant to brace A waning appetite);These should be not more than three,Made daintily so as to be The epicures delight.Here a punch should come between, 1 reason,And game along with it (if in season).The pie and pudding, fruit and cake,And last some liquor. Now, whatllyou take? John Willy. Teacher:roo? Johnny, what is a kanga- Johnny: A kangaroo is a curvedstick of wood used by the Australiansas a weapon. When projected violentlyinto the air, it returns in the direction Buy advertised goods — do not accept substitutesxvi ADVERTISEMENTS California Products Buy Them Direct-Where They Grow WE PAY THE FREIGHT To any Railway Station in the United States Dried Fruit Assortment No. 118 lbs. Prunes, large size10 lbs. Peaches10 lbs. Apricots4 lbs. loose Muscat Raisins4 lbs. Seedless Muscat Raisins4 lbs. Seedless Sultana Raisins 50 lbs. Price, .00

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Canned Fruit Apricots, Peaches, Pears and Plums Large selected fruit put up in heavy cane syrup Orange-Sage Honey Soft Shell Walnuts and Almonds lip filial F£l Tit f*f* Every California Product which we sell and stand ready to refund your money if unsatisfactory. OUR REFERENCE:First National Bank, Col-ton, Calif. Write them.WE SHIPPED OURPRODUCTS Last Sea-son to Every State inthe Union, also Mexico Any Language Will Do for Us Schreiben Sie uns in DeutschSchrytons in het HollandschTils skriv os paa DanskSkrif pa SvenskSkriv paa NorskEcrivec nous en FrancaisScrivetezi ItalianoEscribanos v. en EspanolNapisu v CeskyPisi donasi po Polska WRITE FOR PRICELIST OF ALL AS-SORTMENTS ANDFULL PARTICULARS P R O M P TDELIVERY CALIFORNIA FRUIT PRODUCTS COMPANY AVENUE 18, COLTON, CALIFORNIA Buy advertised goods — do not accept substitutes THE BOSTON COOKING-SCHOOL MAGAZINE ExquisiteWinter and Delicious Ice-Crearrv quickly made witR Junket Tablets We send ten tablets to make ten quarts onreceipt of

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Apple-Chef Tim Cook: Angela Merkel ist “phänomenale Führungspersönlichkeit”
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✅ Marco Verch is a Professional Photographer and Speaker from Cologne. 👆 This image can be used under Creative Commons 2.0. Please link to the original photo and the license.

Image from page 966 of “The Wisconsin blue book” (1889)
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Identifier: wisconsinblueboo00wisc_0
Title: The Wisconsin blue book
Year: 1889 (1880s)
Authors: Wisconsin. Office of the Secretary of State. Legislative manual of the State of Wisconsin Wisconsin. Bureau of Labor and Industrial Statistics. Blue book of the State of Wisconsin Industrial Commission of Wisconsin Wisconsin. State Printing Board Wisconsin. Legislature. Legislative Reference Library Wisconsin. Legislature. Legislative Reference Bureau Wisconsin. Blue book of the State of Wisconsin
Subjects:
Publisher: Madison
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
Digitizing Sponsor: Internet Archive

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hile the husband goes to the N.i aal Home. A,I this class in the Cottages which have beei r two | \ husband and wife. They then have the benefit of a home of th * tho labor of cooking is dispensed with, and all, except the ■Ick, eat el a WMnffHHl M te> Ihfll -..« & •*•pltal building for the siek, of whom there are necessarily always a large number. The Grand Army of the Republic has thus far e\|>–:-, led – .mil grounds. ,000, contributions of its members and of the \ * given for cottages by benevolent cltttens, not members of r. > G LB The current expenses of the institution are bOHM by a tH at | appropriation of 00 a wtvafor each inmate. Up to January 1, 1^.. thh sum was $ .07i. The present number ofInmate is 81. The pressure for accommodations is great, many apj-i .cations, being OOW-Stat rly delayed for laoll Of room. The leoatton is on the shores of one of the chain of lakes, and Is unsurpaf s senerj.

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STATE MILITIA, 463 WISCONSIN NATIONAL GUARD. COMMANDER IX CHIEF AXD STAFF. Ojflce. Rank. Name. v Residence. Commander in Chief Governor William D. Hoard Fort Atkinson.. Adjutant General Brigadier General. George W. Burohard.. Fort Atkinson. Quartermaster General Brigadier General. Michael Griffin Eau Claira. Surgeon General Brigadier General. Henry Palmer Janesville. Assistant Inspector General… Colonel Charles King Milwaukee. Acting Inspector Rifle Practice Colonel Theodore W. Goldin… Janesville. Acting Judge Adv. General. . Colonel Isaac II. Wing Bayfield. Acting Engineer in Chief Colonel David W. Curtis. Fort Atkinson Military Secretary Colonel Henry Casson Yiroqua. Aid de Camp Colonel Jesse Stone Water-town. Aid de Camp Colonel Frederick Becker Manitowoc. Aid de Camp Colonel James A. Cole Madison. Aid de Camp Colonel George W. Peck Milwaukee. Assistant Adjutant General… Major Frederick L. Phillips.. Fox Lake. Asst. Quartermaster General.. Major John W. Curran Sparta. REGIMEN

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