Vintage Recipes: 1966 Cinnamon candy apples

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This week, I’m focusing on recipes from the 19th and 20th century. Since it’s apple season, I’m going to focus on apple recipes. 
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Vintage Recipes: How to make an apple hedgehog (Victorian Recipe)

MORNING VIDEO SERIES:
This week, I’m focusing on recipes from the 19th and 20th century. Since it’s apple season, I’m going to focus on apple recipes. 
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18th Century Cooking: White Pot (AKA: Bread Pudding)

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18th century cooking… This week I’m sharing videos from the youtube channel TOWNSENDS, recipes from the 18th century. Scroll to the bottom for the recipe and video

18th Century Cooking: Asparagus Forced in a French Roll & Asparagus Ragu (1774)

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18th century cooking… This week I’m sharing videos from the youtube channel TOWNSENDS, recipes from the 18th century. Scroll to the bottom for the video

18th Century Cooking: Simple Biscuits circa 1730

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18th century cooking… This week I’m sharing videos from the youtube channel TOWNSENDS, recipes from the 18th century. Scroll to the bottom for the video

18th Century Cooking: 300 year old Fried Chicken Recipe

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18th century cooking… This week I’m sharing videos from the youtube channel TOWNSENDS, recipes from the 18th century. Scroll to the bottom for the recipe and video.

My Pioneer Cookbook Adventure – 15 Incredible Recipes from “The Virginia Housewife” ~ Circa 1839

Before we get to the main blog article, I wanted to share my latest purchase with you. My antique waffle iron, circa 1900. Have a look!   It is in really good condition. I have seasoned it and tried using it once, which was an utter failure. The waffles stuck to the inside, so much…Read more »

25 Amazing Recipes to Keep Your Weight Loss Plan Interesting (Paleo, Keto, GF, Low Carb, Alkaline, Red Tea Detox-Phase 1)

In the recipes below I have a few “bread” recipes, some veggie recipes and protein recipes: a few beef, a few chicken and a few fish. No more steamed broccoli and baked chicken, although that’s okay once in a while! I hope these recipes spark your imagination, because eating healthy doesn’t have to be boring!