Mary had a little lamb, Its fleece was white as snow; And everywhere that Mary went The lamb was sure to go. Just days till Thanksgiving as of this writing. We had our first snow already, which seems early compared to recent years. Nature may throw us a curve or two, but traditions remain. Then,… Continue reading What? No Turkey?!
Every state and every region has its own signature foods. Everyone has a favorite, stop-by-on-the-way-home diner, because they just serve the best Clam Chowder or Apple Pie. History reveals much about a country and its mosaic of characters and traditions; food is the sensory expression of each region. It is seasoned by history, necessity, resourcefulness… Continue reading 10 Foods New England Does Best
Here in America, Christmas Dinner is as traditional as the 4th of July picnic. In truth, there is as much diversity in the ways of feasting on the 25th as there are people of foreign origin. This becomes interesting as we mingle and share traditions from our respective heritage. There is no doubt that it… Continue reading This Week in Food History – 12/25/2017