Culinary Historian, Sarah Lohman, discovers bear meat in historical American cuisine, and flips pancakes from 1842 at the Old Stone House in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
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Once a month, with news and events.
- The History Dish: Seven Hour Eggs
- Origin of a Dish: Sweet Potato Casserole with Marshmallows (with a greatly improved recipe!)
- Tomorrow: Living Life as a 19th Century Servant
- The History Dish: Pearlash, The First Chemical Leavening
- Drink Like a Colonial American Day
- Party Time Reenactor: How to Drink Like an Ancient Greek
- Appetite City: Schrafft’s Cheese Bread
- The History Dish: Moose Face
- The History Dish: I Made Ambergris Ice Cream!
- Beaver Bonanza Part III: Beaver Three Ways
- My Audio Book of Eight Flavors is out now!
- mental_floss: A Brief History of Sushi in the United States
- Eight Flavors: My Book is on Sale NOW!
- Eight Flavors: Country Captain Chicken
- The Perils of Assimilation: How what we eat makes us American, for better or worse.
- Eight Flavors: Data Visualization
- Gastropod: The Spice Curve – From Pepper to Sriracha with Sarah Lohman
- Lapham’s Quarterly: Pie Fight
- A Message for Thanksgiving: What We Can Learn from a Bowl of Chili
- Living History: Eating like an Italian Immigrant Family in 1919, Day 6