Celebrating Oatmeal Muffin Day

It’s December and that means I get more than my average number of “baking urges.” There’s something therapeutic about baking cookies, cakes, and muffins. This goes way back to my childhood. The first recipe I ever learned – and memorized – was for sugar cookies. I could barely see over the kitchen counters but I

My Go-To Chili

Anyone who cooks for a family and deals with the surprises life can send our way eventually develops a short list of recipes we can whip up in an emergency. These are the “go-to” recipes that help us quickly get a meal on the table despite the whirlwind of activity that hits during the day.

An Old, Old Cookbook

I would like to introduce you to “The Forme of Cury” a collection of recipes compiled around 1390 by the master cooks of King Richard II. To modern readers the title is somewhat confusing. Are we going to read about spicy East Indian foods? To decipher the meaning we have to go back to medieval English.

 

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