Tag Archives: food history

As fluffy as snow!

Well travelers, it’s been a long time. As it turns out, planning a wedding, traveling to your home town to plan said wedding, moving to a new apartment , cooking in your beautiful new kitchen, and working  as always is … Continue reading

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Mummies Are Like Onions!

I first want to apologize for this very delayed post! I could not for the life of me find my camera, where all of my photos were stored. Of course, Maggie walked into my kitchen and found it in 5 … Continue reading

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Of Cauliflower (Cabbages) and Kings

Before you stick your nose up in disgust, give me a minute…cauliflower is quite delicious, nutritious, and absolutely gorgeous! Cauliflower is actually a member of the cabbage family, along with broccoli, brussel sprouts, kale, and collard greens.  Its name is … Continue reading

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A Pastry with Shmear

Happy Jewish American Heritage Month! I know, exciting right? Be prepared for culinary awesomeness! Jews have been in America since 1654, when a group of Jews from Recife, Brazil migrated to New Amsterdam. Since then, Jews have both influenced and been influenced … Continue reading

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Egg: The Circle of Life

Hi all! After an extended spring break, thyme travelers are ready for more adventures! This week’s recipe showcases one of the world’s oldest ingredients, the egg. For the past few days, I have been participating in a small museums workshop … Continue reading

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Boozy Green Velvet Cake

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day all! Back in Milwaukee where I am from, we have a huge Irish immigrant population that goes crazy during this holiday. The neighboring city of Chicago even adds green dye to the river! So coloring bagels, … Continue reading

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Souper Snow Day

Soup is the ultimate winter comfort food, and perfect for today’s Snowquester…although this storm was a bit of a disappointment for a Midwesterner. I have yet to encounter a living culture that does not include some sort of soup or … Continue reading

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