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Plymouth Colony Foodways: Notes and Recipes from a 17th Century Kitchen

What Cheer! x 300

September 5th, 2013 by KM Wall

Hard to believe that this is post


Hard to believe that I was once afraid that I’d run out of things to say…..OK, you can stop laughing now, my friends.

I’ve got so much scheduled now, that I’ve  got to go for another 300 easy, and that’s if no one asks me any good questions (this week alone, thank you Malka and Carolina) and if I learn nothing new and nothing happens and nothing else is ever discussed or discovered about early modern food….

Seems like I’m in this for the long haul.

So thank you for reading, and for subscribing, and suggesting, and for being  there and being interested .

Thank you for being Never Dull.

Please, pull up a comfy chair at this kitchen table, question EVERYTHING and keep those cards and letters (and phone calls, and whispered questions) coming.

It’s not just the food, it’s the ways .

What Cheer!

My Pilgrim self with (what else?) a Turkey

My Pilgrim self with a (what else?)  Turkey



5 Responses to “What Cheer! x 300”

  1. Penny says:

    Thank you Foodways Culinarian Kathleen for your inspired, informative and often hilarious posts. I savor each one, loving the connections you make to the arts past and present, history and, of course, foods.

  2. Tinky says:

    Congratulations! You’re obviously on a roll–and having fun, which is what life is all about.

  3. Vickie says:

    I can’t believe you have displayed the obviously butterball turkey photo (which photo as a bookmark has a place of honor above my kitchen sink) on this priceless look into things 17th century. Looking forward to learning more about the foods and the ways as well as the hands-on opportunities. BTW, your red suit is my all-time fav!

    • KM Wall says:

      I also loved the red suit, even the time a woman asked me about wearing the forbidden Jezebel color….. but I also love my current black and white suit.And as to THAT turkey less said the better.

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