Become a Recipe Tester for the First African American Cookbook written and published by Mrs. Malinda Russell in 1866. In 1866, Malinda Russell published her "A Domestic Cook Book: Containing a Careful Selection of Useful Receipts for the Kitchen." Born free, probably around 1812, Malinda Russell escaped the lawless south for Paw Paw Michigan. Unfortunately, … Continue reading Join us for Malinda Russell Recipe Testing
Teaspoons 1 tsp5g2 tsp10g3 tsp15g4 tsp20g5 tsp25g6 tsp30g Tablespoons 1 tbsp15g2 tbsp30g3 tbsp45g4 tbsp60g5 tbsp75g6 tbsp90g Pounds 1⁄4 pound113g1⁄2 pound227g3⁄4 pound340g1 pound453g Water, Milk, Alcohol, Buttermilk*, Sour Milk, Yeast* etc. 1 wine glass56g1⁄2 cup118g3⁄4 cup177g 1 cup240g2 cups480g3 cups720g4 cups960g5 cups1,200g6 cups1,440g7 cups1,680g8 cups1,920g1 ounce30g1 quart950g1 gill112g1 pint475g1 gallon3,785g *Malinda Russell would have used a … Continue reading Malinda Russell Recipe Testing: Conversion Table
Near Gap, France. 1998. Louis, sharing the scent of a black truffle with his truffle dogs.
Lithuania. Summer, early 1990s.
Pile of butter for Danish Pastry. February, 2021.
February, 2021. Boiling ravioli — ricotta, finely minced chicken fried to the edge of crispy, lemon rind, lemon juice, fresh rosemary, fresh thyme, grated parmesan, lots of nutmeg, a hint of cayenne, and salt to taste.
Jenny Bardwell, Guest Speaker Bread History Seminar #20 February 18, 2021 9am Pacific: 6pm Belgium: 9:30pm Bangalore SALT RISING BREAD (made with potatoes + cornmeal or garbanzo) Yield: 2 loaves STARTER: Slice 2-3 potatoes (with the peel) into a quart mason jar. Add 1 tablespoon of cornmeal, 1 tablespoon of garbanzo flour (optional), and … Continue reading Salt Rising Bread Recipes and Instructions
Besides being pretty certain this detail is from a painting in Madrid, I have no idea what painting it is. If any of you recognize it, please make a note in the comments! Thank you! This detail caught my eye today because I love the woman with the child in tow freeing up her hands … Continue reading Bread Fanny Pack
Dry Stone Wall. Lake District, England. The English Lake District is a wonderland of many things, but I have to say, I have long been in love with the walls. They are made of stacked stones. This particular wall, with its horizontal pieces, is an unusual one. It would make an interesting pattern if transferred … Continue reading Dry Stone Wall