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“Eieren hebben onterecht een negatief imago. Voor gezonde personen zijn er geen redenen om de aanbeveling om maximum 3 eieren per week te eten te handhaven. Als onderdeel van een gezond voedingspatroon kunnen zij tot één eitje per dag eten zonder hun risico op hart- en vaatziekten te verhogen. Diabetespatiënten en personen met te veel […]

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Anne Bayne cookbook, circa 1700 | Szathmary Culinary Manuscripts and Cookbooks.
While “Downton Abbey” fans tune in to season 4 in record numbers and our Special Collections department celebrates with an exhibition of period cookbooks, volunteers at the Libraries’ DIY History crowdsourcing site continue to transcribe historic recipes handwritten by real-life Mrs. Patmores.
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My name is Peter Mollman, (the proprietor of this blog) and I was the editor and publisher of this landmark of the culinary world. Here is how it came into being.

… The rest was easy. I visited Marcella at her home several more times, took a class (I still have the typed recipe for scallopine di vitello al […]

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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 they are intending to educate […]

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