COLONIAL HOLIDAY TREATS: special recipes. by Hutcraft.
Over 100 easy-to-make special Christmas recipes--old and new--good for the holidays and some for any time of year. A long-standing title, with recipes for egg nog, angel wing popovers, southern short'nin'bread, old timey raisin spice cake, sweet potato pie, apple leather, tipsy cake. Contents include 96 recipes and variations for beverages, breads, cakes, pies and pastries, cookies, candy, miscellaneous foods, preserves, and relishes. Yuletide sketches, 25 pages.
Inventory = 52. ISBN: None. 1971. Order #: HUTC0623 paper$3.95.
COLONIAL KITCHEN HERBS AND REMEDIES: garden and kitchen secrets from early America. by Ferne Shelton.
As the early ships from Europe landed along the Atlantic coast, colonists brought their cherished seeds and plants because of virtues attributed to them in Old World medicine and cooking. Many plants indicated their usefulness to health by some aspect such as color, texture, or shape and some were named for their uses, such as " heal-all", "heartsease", "liverwort", etc. Dandelion wine was thought good for a blood tonic and the liver and kidneys, honeysuckle tea helped coughs, chest issues and nerves being "good for twitches". Chapters include Beverages and Wines, Herbs in Cooking, Useful Weeds, Household Ointments and Salves, Early Tobacco Mixtures, Lucky Charms. There was also Mary's Magic Foot tonic "to maketh the feet nimble and pains go away." Recipes, sketch drawings, 24 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: None. 1972. Order #: HUTC2832 paper$3.95.
COLONIAL TREASURE COOKBOOK: special time-tested recipes from early America. by Ferne Shelton.
Hardy settlers along the Atlantic coast brought their food customs and family recipes from many different lands. Colonists provided fruits, meats, vegetables, and learned to use native foods. There were herbs from fancy flavors, beverages, and remedies. The kitchen became the heart of every home. Try crystallized orange peels, southern mint julep, dandelion wine, hopping john New Year's Day good luck dish, Brunswick stew, scalloped oysters, grandmothers molasses cookies, rum tum pie, and many more. Drawings, 24 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: None. 1970. Order #: HUTC2835 paper$3.95.
HOPEWELL FURNACE. by W. David Lewis and Walter Huggins.
National Park Service Handbook #124 to Hopewell Village National Historic Site in Pennsylvania, a reconstructed 19th century iron-making community. Tells how they got the ore and limestone and the coal used for heat to make it into metal products like stove parts, pots and pans, weights, buckets, and even cannon balls; how these products were made, and their distribution to a widespread market. Transportation wagons, tools, buildings, and the people and company involved. Color illustrations, 96 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 024-005-00904-3. 1983. Order #: USGB2458 paper$6.95.
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