Category Archives: America's Food Secrets

America’s Food Secrets – Even Hear of Migas?

Recently, I found myself going through the Texas section of my old community fundraiser cookbooks for an idea for a new post in the ‘America’s Food Secrets’ series – it’s been awhile since I’ve done one, and I wanted it … Continue reading

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The Old Ways

We bloggers tend to be an undisciplined lot.  Not that I’m against that – to me, undisciplined is an art form, and one I treasure. I’m just making an observation. I’ll give you a ‘for instance’ – a few years … Continue reading

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Buttermilk, America’s (almost) Lost Fermented Treasure

Before I leave these creatures behind for a bit – or bore you all to death – I have to get one more “microbe” post out of my system.  I’m talking about buttermilk, and hereabouts it’s another one of our … Continue reading

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America’s Food Secrets #9 – Hutzelbrod

I’m not much of a Christmas guy – about the warmest feelings I get at Christmas time center around the traditional foods of the season – and so, as I began once again to comb through more of my collection … Continue reading

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America’s Food Secrets #8, Vermont Feather Beds

There were two things that my sister and I liked about going to our grandmother’s house in Delaware – and they may have been the only things we liked about it – one was the fact my Gramma Warren (I … Continue reading

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America’s Food Secrets #7, Binghamton, New York

This current round of America’s Food Secrets has immersed me in mediocrity for all too long. It is amazing how poorly written and edited are many of these community fund raiser cookbooks which are the subject texts of our project … Continue reading

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America’s Food Secrets #6, Ponte Vedre, Florida

The process of finding candidates for my project, America’s Food Secrets, is both fun and time consuming – the fun part is reading scads of old recipes – some are hilarious, some are horrid, but they’re always enlightening – and … Continue reading

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