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Emma Blomfield Schreiber was christened at the Anglican Church in Bradwell-near-the-sea on September 19, 1834. … Emma collected recipes for desserts, made dishes, beverages, remedies, cleaning solutions, and preserves. The careful record of the source for many recipes preserves her network of female friends and relatives. A recipe for plum pudding dated December 1887 suggests Emma […]

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Where do recipes fit into historical understanding of pedagogical processes around food? Various scholars (including myself) have speculated about the compilation of manuscript recipe collections as part of a domestically-located education for young girls and teens prior to marriage. Some seventeenth-century English printed recipe collections also speak explicitly of who […]

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I’m working on a big fun research project right now and I’ve made a little progress that I thought I’d share. This table shows pie recipes and pie-like recipes in the MSs collected in Curye on Inglysch.
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I recently posted the last month of instructions from La Maison Rustique on “The works that the laborer should do for each month of the year.”  That means I should probably find something else to do that’s useful.
One of the projects I’ve been working on for some time is a transcription of […]

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