The Culture of Food and Drink


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You open an old cookbook and out flutters a fragile, stained piece of notepaper. On it there is some spidery handwriting in fading blue

I've just come across an old friend I have not seen for half a century, "The Olio Cookery Book." The book itself must date

I used to think that I already knew about every fattening confection known to man or woman until I watched "The Great British Baking

In Victorian London there was no sleeping in on Good Friday. Brothel keepers and late rising gentry alike were awakened by a cry repeated

I was born in Harlem, a child of Southern migrants and Caribbean immigrants. I witnessed what the women in my family could do with

Soda bread is serious stuff. The Irish Heritage Society near me is having a contest, and people can enter in three categories: traditional white,