Plymouth Colony Foodways: Notes and Recipes from a 17th Century Kitchen
There’s a wedding today in 1627…….
Jane and Experience
Turkeys seem to be the first guest to arrive…if only they knew their brethren were on the Bill of Fare
The ripe rosehips have been gathered and baked into a tart
If the turkeys have left anything in the garden, there will be a salad to start the first course
Sops of Pompion is also on the Bill of Fare
Once fence sitting turkey. You would think the whole Pilgrim/First Thanksgiving/Turkey meme would keep the birds away……
Banns to be read for the third time today – and then a wedding!
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Looking forward to “looking” only at the fabulous food the foodways culinarians have assembled to delight visitors’ eyes and fill staff bellies. Happy the bride the sun shines on.
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