My parents married young — both were still undergraduates — and so by the time my father started graduate school in mathematics, he and my mother were the harried parents of three small children. They wanted us to see America. And so my father chose the University of Arizona — about as far as you could go from our West Virginia home without falling off the country's opposite edge. On our way, we stopped in Tombstone.
This handwritten recipe for veal kidney pie, from <em>The Unknown Ladies Cookbook, </em>includes a surprising combination of ingredients, including kidney, lettuce, apples, currants and rosewater. It is heavily spiced with mace, cinnamon and nutmeg and sweetened with sugar.
Originally published on Mon August 12, 2013 3:56 pm
Cooking with calf's head and cow heel may not sound like the most palatable way to spend an afternoon, but it's all in a day's work for librarian Judith Finnamore of London's Westminster Archive Centre.
Originally published on Mon August 12, 2013 1:20 pm
The Chicago sandwich containing gyro meat, roast beef and corned beef goes by many names. This is one of many ways in which it's like the devil, and Sean Combs. People call it the Gym Shoe, the Jim Shoe or the Jim Shoo.
Ian: With a name this unappetizing, the sandwich had no choice but to be so delicious no one would mess with it. It's like A Boy Named Shoe.
Blythe: I thought I'd need my Reebok Stomach Pumps for this.