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« Reply #2: May 27, 2011, 05:30:40 pm »

As I trawled through the Colonial Williamsburg site in the first time in ages, I saw this and knew that both the foodies and history geeks here would love it:

Basically, it's modernized versions of authentic Eighteenth Century recipes.  They show both versions on the page.

The most fun I had while active in the Society for Creative Anachronism involved "period cooking," either using already-redacted recipes (like those from "Take a Thousand Eggs") or redacting some myself (from a 15th-century Dutch cookbook). History is DELICIOUS.

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