Neatorama Posts Tagged "Townsends"
18th Century Welsh Rabbit...

If you want to make a proper Welsh rabbit, first you must build a log cabin. Jon Townsend (previously at Neatorama) brings us an 18th-century recipe for toasted cheese, or Welsh rabbit. I'm all in for that! But we watch...

https://www.neatorama.com/2019/11/28/18th-Century-Welsh-Rabbit/
Simple, Roasted Onions From 1808...

The simple idea of a roasted onion should be enough to interest you, but this recipe is brought to you in the entertaining style of Jon Townsend (previously at Neatorama). It's more than just a recipe; it's a taste of hi...

https://www.neatorama.com/2019/03/11/Simple-Roasted-Onions-From-1808/
Lives of The Downtrodden in Early America...

We learn a lot about the Founding Fathers and the movers and shakers of colonial America, but what about the regular folk, and especially the poor people who left no records for us? Jon Townsend (previously at Neatorama)...

https://www.neatorama.com/2018/09/24/Lives-of-The-Downtrodden-in-Early-America/
A Macaroni Recipe From 1784...

Jon Townsend (previously at Neatorama) cooks up a...  ...hat call for it. I prefer onions and dry mustard. Townsends has a blog about historical recipes and food for...

https://www.neatorama.com/2018/02/26/A-Macaroni-Recipe-From-1784/
18th-Century Fried Chicken...

This recipe for fried chicken was found in a 1736 cookbook called Dictionarium Domesticum by Nathan Bailey. It features a rather acidic marinade that ensures the finished chicken is tender and tasty. But probably differe...

https://www.neatorama.com/2016/06/21/18th-Century-Fried-Chicken/
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