The feasts of Shakespeare, his plays and his era are not for the faint of heart, as the Recipe Reminiscing blog shows us.
Recipe Reminiscing shows us how the ancient Greeks created culinary delights like souvlaki more than 3,000 years ago.
This traditional Norwegian dish involves the fish that migrate yearly through the cold waters off Scandinavia, and is deeply steeped in culture and history.
While I don't often run recipes on this blog, I do occasionally, especially when I see something out there that looks particularly delicious. Here is [...]
I don't do nearly enough food and recipes on this blog, and that's a shame because many of my most loyal readers are food and [...]
I've done very few of my own recipes on this site, but I thought I'd revisit this one which I originally posted 2 years ago. [...]
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When you're stuck in a steel can with hundreds of strangers for hours, is a sandwich so much to ask?
What was on the menu in Iceland 205 years ago? How about tern's eggs, boiled salmon, lots of wine and rancid butter?
This is my second Mad Men Geography post (I think I'm going to create a tag for that!). The first is here. Above you see the [...]