For Maids Who Brew & Bake: Rare & Excellent Recipes from 17th Century Newfoundland

For Maids Who Brew Bake Rare Excellent Recipes from th Century Newfoundland Curious cures and delicious recipes from the th century are to be found within these pages With syllabub and loblolly pottage and spiced bread this book describes a way of life long gone It holds

  • Title: For Maids Who Brew & Bake: Rare & Excellent Recipes from 17th Century Newfoundland
  • Author: Sheilah Roberts
  • ISBN: 9781897317761
  • Page: 376
  • Format: Paperback
  • Curious cures and delicious recipes from the 17th century are to be found within these pages With syllabub and loblolly, pottage and spiced bread, this book describes a way of life long gone It holds a collection of interesting and tasty tidbits with everything from dream interpretation to diet tips use a measure of eating that thou mayst live long and if thou wilt beCurious cures and delicious recipes from the 17th century are to be found within these pages With syllabub and loblolly, pottage and spiced bread, this book describes a way of life long gone It holds a collection of interesting and tasty tidbits with everything from dream interpretation to diet tips use a measure of eating that thou mayst live long and if thou wilt be in health, then hold thine handes Excerpts from old English manuscripts and Newfoundland letters paint a vivid picture of how Newfoundland s earliest settlers might have lived Shortlisted for the 2004 Cuisine Canada University of Guelph s National Culinary Book Awards

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    1. “A must-have book for cooks with a historical interest in Canadian food. Period letters, journal entries and antique manuscripts form a delightful glimpse into the region’s past—all faithfully quoted and wonderfully annotated by the author. This is an impressive work drawn from the annals of history.” -- Atlantic Books Today“For Maids Who Brew & Bake by Sheilah Roberts is a gem. The book is chock full of useful information, anecdotes on different areas of our fine province, old-tim [...]

    2. “A must-have book for cooks with a historical interest in Canadian food. Period letters, journal entries and antique manuscripts form a delightful glimpse into the region’s past—all faithfully quoted and wonderfully annotated by the author. This is an impressive work drawn from the annals of history.” -- Atlantic Books Today“For Maids Who Brew & Bake by Sheilah Roberts is a gem. The book is chock full of useful information, anecdotes on different areas of our fine province, old-tim [...]

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