Yankee magazine lost and vintage recipes

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yankee magazine lost and vintage recipes

Yankee Magazines Lost & Vintage Recipes by Amy Traverso

New Englanders know their heirlooms—clocks, quilts, vegetables,and more. Now Yankee Magazine rediscovers and updates their most delectable classic recipes, like Chicken and Dumplings, Roquefort Biscuits, Red Flannel Hash, Corn Pudding, and Snow Cake, for today’s home cooks who appreciate a great heirloom when they see one. Starters and soups, sides and meats and fish, breads and desserts, and more have been retested and updated for today’s cooks and today’s palates. To enhance the fun, retro sidebars feature excerpts from the magazine dating back to the 1930s, and you’ll find the stories and histories behind many of the recipes as well.
No publication better captures the essence of New England than Yankee Magazine. No book better captures the essential recipes of classic New England than Yankee’s Lost and Vintage Recipes.

Yankee Magazine has covered the New England scene for decades. Yankee food editor Amy Traverso is also the author of Th e Apple Lover’s Cookbook.
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Published 08.12.2018

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Is this book now available for the public or just with wnpr? I loved hearing the repeat show again with Amy T.

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Recipes tell a story. But if you step back and look at recipes over time and as a whole, they tell a rich story about how people lived: how, for example, the invention of jet airliners and the post-war economic boom coincided with the efforts of a Cambridge, Massachusetts, cookbook author named Julia Child to bring about an interest in French cuisine—which, in turn, made fondue and crepes Suzette the go-to foods for entertaining in the s. They also teach us about how times change and how fashions fall away. Remember chicken Kiev? Those recipes were the blockbusters of their day, but were eventually replaced by the next food fad or dietary restriction. Some were forgotten for good reason.


  1. Josette H. says:

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