What can you do with one limp carrot, some leftover apples, half an onion, some cabbage and other odds and ends? My solution this time – Veggie Hash!
So I hear you saying: “All I have time to do before one of these potluck things is run to the Kroger and pick up something quick. How can I possibly make an attempt at historic period foods?” And to you I say: Here’s a list of a few things you can pick up at your local grocery store and stay well within the boundaries set up for pre-17th century Western European food. There’s lots more, but this ‘shopping list’ can help you get started.
Full of Fall flavors, this rich soup has a creamy texture even if you don’t add any cream or non-diary milk! Fresh chestnuts make an appearance in the Fall and early Winter, the perfect time to make some Chestnut Puree. Once you’ve made the puree, use it to make this as a starter for your Thanksgiving meal, or create this delicious autumnal soup for a cold night to pair with a soup or sandwich!
Scary looking foods are all the rage on Halloween!