What is salad? Food historians tell us salads (generally defined as greens with dressing) were enjoyed by ancient Romans and Greeks. Today we mix it up..http://foodthatsings.com/salad/ our yummy salads
Eggplant Relish From Delish: In 13th century Arabic cooking, the fragrance of a dish was essential and chefs employed a variety of spices and ingredients like rosebuds and saffron to perfume their foods. This eggplant-yogurt dip is sprinkled liberally with a spice mixture that includes lavender, nutmeg, cloves, and rosebuds. Recipe courtesy of Cathy Kaufman, chairperson of the Culinary Historians of New York.
ellie tennant homes and antiques jelly moulds"...helpful jelly experts in the process such as food historian Ivan Day and food stylist Silvana de Soissons. The accompanying shots by Lisa Brown and Joanna Henderson are beautiful – Georgian-inspired, but with contemporary details from Thornback and Peel and top jelly-mongers Bompas and Parr."
How Now Brown Cow! Let's celebrate one of the most popular ice cream flavors of all time! Culinary historians believe that the first ice cream flavors were fruit-based, but by the 18th century both vanilla and chocolate were quite common. Thomas Jefferson took a fancy to ice cream while living abroad as the Ambassador to France during the 1780s. It is likely that he is responsible for bringing this delicious frozen treat to America!