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Weekly Link- More Cookies! (4/11)

To go with the cookies I made last week, I thought I would use this link to show the history of many more cookies that came before the peanut butter ones. However, one thing I learned from this link was … Continue reading

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Link – How Food Shapes Our Cities (and the world) (2/14)

TED – How Food Shapes Our Cities I was browsing on the TED website, and found this video a few days ago. I think¬†Carolyn Steel¬†sums up what we have talked about in class so far very well. It shows a … Continue reading

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Early American Cooking: A Weekly Link

My link for this week is actually a page from the website that Ben already linked us to. It is an article (with excerpts) on The Virginia Housewife, by Mary Jane (Molly) Randolph, who coincidentally happens to be my five-times-great … Continue reading

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